Poster House is a museum that celebrates the art of posters over the last 160 years. Sixty-minute tours run both virtually and in-person, along with Q&A opportunities run by lead educators.
The museum offers a café, gift shop, rotating exhibitions, and fun features where you can interact with posters.
Programs currently running include: The Push Pin Legacy and Peter Max: Cosmic Advertising. Upcoming programs include Posters for the Tokyo Olympiad and Soviet Film Posters of the 1920s.
Poster House is located at 119 W. 23rd St., NYC. For more info, visit: https://posterhouse.org/
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