Member Programs

Member Programs

In addition to exhibition receptions, exclusive tours, reduced rates for day trips, and more, programming planned especially for museum members, the Zimmerli also schedules a variety of programs and events open to all, many offered at free or reduced rates to its members. 

Coming Attraction Series Exhibition Receptions  Day Trips Holiday Pop-Up Shop

NEW! Coming Attraction Series

Save the Date for Spring: Saturday, March 28, 2020 / 11am to 12pm

Exhibition Receptions

Members enjoy exclusive opening receptions with curator-led talks and refreshments. New and current members receive an invitation.

Save the Date for Spring: Saturday, April 4, 2020 / 10am to 12pm

Day Trips

Zimmerli members take advantage of reduced rates on day trips to cultural destinations throughout the year. Travel packages include bus fare and gratuity, museum entrance fees, guided tours, snacks, and lunch. Curators from the Zimmerli accompany each trip to add insight and connect each destination to our museum. For information, call 848.932.6771 or email Not a member? Join today by visiting or calling 848.932.6771. 

New York City

Thursday, November 14 / 8:15am to 5pm

Neue Galerie
Guests receive a guided tour of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, a major overview of the great German artist’s oeuvre. The presentation spans from 1907 to 1937, presenting several distinct phases associated with the primary cities where he lived and worked: Dresden, Berlin, and Davos. This exhibition is unprecedented in its focus on Kirchner’s revolutionary style, which evolved in relation to his subjects and changing circumstances. Arguably the most outstanding German artist of the early twentieth century, Kirchner occupies a special position in the Neue Galerie collection, and this exhibition pays tribute to his inventive genius. The presentation unites paintings, decorative works, drawings, and prints, and comprises loans from public and private collections worldwide.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The history of printmaking has been punctuated by moments of great invention that have completely changed the course of the medium. The Renaissance of Etching traces the first seventy years of the etched print (circa 1490 to circa 1560), from its emergence in the workshop of the German printmaker and armor decorator Daniel Hopfer to the years when a range of artists from Germany, Flanders, Italy, and France began experimenting with etching. Approximately 125 etchings, produced by both renowned and lesser-known artists, are displayed alongside a number of drawings, printing plates, illustrated books, and armor. Guests view this exhibition at their leisure. Christine Giviskos, Curator of Prints, Drawings and European Art provides additional insight on this trip.

The cost includes transportation, admission, tours, and lunch at Cafe Sabarsky.
For registration and details, download the flyer.

NEW! Holiday Pop-Up Shop Featuring Mason Gross School of the Arts

Member Preview
Thursday, November 21 / 6 to 9pm
Members shop first for unique gifts designed by artists, including Mason Gross students, staff, and alumni. Desserts and cocktails served. Members receive a 10% discount all days.

Not a member? Join today by visiting or calling 848.932.6771.

Public Shopping Hours
Friday, November 22 / 12 to 4pm
Saturday, November 23 / 12pm to 4:30pm

Sponsored by the Concierge Orthodontist

PLEASE NOTE PARKING GUIDELINES FOR VISITORS IN DESIGNATED UNIVERSITY LOTS: If you plan to park in university lots to attend Music at the Museum, please register your license plate to avoid a possible citation. Special event parking in designated lots is for visitors only and does NOT include free metered parking. Faculty, Staff, and Students must park only in lots for which they are authorized.