To continue celebrating the ideas, people, and art at the core of our mission, the Guggenheim is offering virtual Mind’s Eye programming for participants who are blind or have low vision. This month’s program, Women: Artists, Curators, and Collectors, explores the multifaceted role women play in the art world through a selection of collection artworks. This session will feature works by Louise Bourgeois, Jenny Holzer, Tayeba Begum Lipi, Doris Salcedo, and Cindy Sherman.

This experience will be offered remotely through verbal description and conversation. The program will be accessible on Zoom, a free video conferencing software, or by dail-in phone number, depending on your preference.

Monthly Mind’s Eye tours and workshops for visitors who are blind or have low vision are conducted by arts and education professionals through verbal description, conversation, sensory experiences, and creative practice. Mind’s Eye tours are free with an RSVP required one week before the program date.

Staff assistance is available at the museum.

Audio Guide

Designed for those who are blind or have low vision, but illuminating for all, this guide features New Yorkers’ voices and uses precise, evocative language to convey the Frank Lloyd Wright museum’s architecture and the sensorial experience of moving through it.

The Guggenheim’s Digital Guide is supported by
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Mind’s Eye is made possible by Ornellaia

Additional support is provided by Peter Bentley Brandt.

The same program will be offered twice. RSVP for only one session.

December 2020

Monday 21 6:30 pm Mind’s Eye: Women: Artists, Curators, and Collectors

Wednesday 23 2 pm Mind’s Eye: Women: Artists, Curators, and Collectors

Free, but space is limited. RSVP is required by December 16. To RSVP, call 212 360 4355 or email

Learn more about Mind’s Eye, a program of the Sackler Center for Arts Education.

Mind’s Eye tour of Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim, July 8, 2015. Photo: Filip Wolak