The Museum seeks to honor and preserve the unique setting designed by Noguchi and to exhibit a core group of works for permanent viewing. Through changing exhibitions and educational programs the Museum aims to illuminate the interrelation of his sculpture, works on paper, architecture, and designs for furniture, lighting, landscapes, and theater, as well as the intellectual environment in which the works were shaped. These activities provide the general public—including artists, scholars, and students—with a greater appreciation of Noguchi’s significance in his own time and of his singular and diverse contributions to the art, design, and culture of our time.
The Noguchi Museum’s Volunteer Program was launched in 2010. Open positions are listed below. To inquire if a volunteer position is currently available, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 718-204-7088, extension 205. If you are interested in volunteering for The Noguchi Museum, but do not see a current opportunity that matches your strengths or interests, feel free to send us an email regarding your interests, with a resume. We will contact you should a suitable match arise.
Please note, the Museum is only able to accept applications from candidates 18 years of age or older. For information about the Teen Advisory Board and other opportunities for teens, please view the Teen Programs page, or email email@example.com.