Young Fellows of the Morgan

About us

The Young Fellows is a lively group of young professionals (21–39 years old) who share a deep appreciation for the Morgan. Throughout the year the Young Fellows are invited to participate in various social and cultural events to engage with and learn about the collections, and deepen their understanding of the arts and humanities.

Young Fellows membership dues provide essential financial support so that the Morgan may continue presenting world-class exhibitions and programs.

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$250 is tax deductible

Membership benefits

  • Unlimited free admission to the Morgan for one year for two adults and two guests

  • Invitations to events planned exclusively for Young Fellows

  • Invitations to private members’ receptions for select exhibitions

  • Discounted tickets to the Young Fellows Winter Gala and Young Fellows Summer Soirée

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Recent Events and Press


September 20: Annual Meeting of the Association of Fellows: Colin B. Bailey, Director, reviewed the Morgan's activities over the past year during this annual "State of the Morgan" event. The evening included a special presentation on It’s Alive! Frankenstein at 200.


October 11: Young Fellows joined the Association of Fellows for an evening reception celebrating the Morgan's fall exhibitions, including It's Alive! Frankenstein at 200Pontormo: Miraculous Encounters, and Drawing in Tintoretto's Venice.

October 30: film screening of Mel Brooks's 1974 horror comedy Young Frankenstein in the historic library.


November 28: Tour of Drawing in Tinotretto's Venice, led by John Marciari, Charles W. Engelhard Curator and Drawings and Prints Department Head. 

Upcoming Events


December 11: Mr. Morgan's Winter Gala: This black tie holiday party in the historic library is the highlight of the Young Fellows winter calendar! Enjoy passed hors d' oeuvres, festive drinks, and live music. Tickets available online or by calling 212.590.0322. 


January 10: Young Fellows Exclusive: Joshua O'Driscoll, Assistant Curator of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts, will present an overview of Beautiful Youths: Dandies from the Read Persian Album, and host a show-and-tell of other Persian and Indian manuscript leaves from the Morgan's collection.


February 13: The Young Fellows are invited to join the Association of Fellows for an evening reception celebrating the Morgan's winter exhibitions.

Please call Stacy Welkowitz for more calendar information: 212.590.0330

Top left: Photography by Todd Eberle. © Todd Eberle, 1996.

Top right: Gonzalo Marroquin/PMC © Patrick McMullan

Bottom left: Barry Moser, No Father Had Watched My Infant Days, wood engraving in a suite of prints accompanying Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus, West Hatfield, MA: Pennyroyal Press, 1983. The Morgan Library & Museum, gift of Jeffrey P. Dwyer; PML 127245.6 © Pennyroyal Press.