Upcoming Events and Programming at MoMath

All times are in Eastern Time Zone (New York).
For K–12 families and students
Need an internship?  Apply for the Integrators program, MoMath’s high school volunteer program
Sign up today for Transformations 2024, the MoMath summer camp for grades 1–9 (weekly sessions from June 24 through August 30)
For educators
Book your next in-person or virtual MoMath field trip today!  Or bring MoMath exhibits to your school with MM2GO (Math Midway to Go), MoMath’s traveling exhibition.  (Title I schools are eligible for free sponsored field trips, MM2GO bookings, and other educational opportunities.)
Enter the giveaway for a free in-school MoMath field trip! momath.org/freefieldtrip
For mathematical artists Calling all mathematical artists!  Submit your own original artwork to be displayed in Composite on Fifth, MoMath’s pop-up gallery along Fifth Avenue!
 
Fri, May 24 6:30 pm Exploring Intriguing Mathematical Nuggets: “The Cryptography Quilt in Mathemalchemy” featuring Ingrid Daubechies (session 2 of 2) (in person)
Sun, May 26 3:00 pm
to 4:30 pm
Online Topological Crochet (online)
Sun, May 26 3:30 pm
to 5:00 pm
Icosahedron, the high school track of Expansions, MoMath’s gifted math program (in person) (drop-off)
(Participation by admission only; apply today)
Tue, May 28 4:00 pm Loving Math — stories, games, and laughter in a hilariously fun children’s series; hosted by Steve Sherman (online)
Tue, May 28 6:30 pm QED: a conversation about math and math education, with Kenneth Fan; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Wed, May 29 2:00 pm Senior Sessions: “Topological Tic-Tac-Toe” (online)
Thu, May 30 6:30 pm Ask a Mathematician — Anything! featuring Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Fri, May 31 4:30 pm Folding Fridays, MoMath’s weekly origami series (online)
Fri, May 31 6:30 pm Free! Family Fridays: “Dazzling Diffraction Patterns” featuring Sarah Goodman (in person)
Sun, Jun 2 3:00 pm
to 4:30 pm
Online Topological Crochet (online)
Sun, Jun 2 3:30 pm
to 5:00 pm
Icosahedron, the high school track of Expansions, MoMath’s gifted math program (in person) (drop-off)
(Participation by admission only; apply today)
Tue, Jun 4 Deadline Proposal submission deadline for MATRIX x IMAGINARY 2024 joint conference
Tue, Jun 4 4:00 pm Loving Math — stories, games, and laughter in a hilariously fun children’s series; hosted by Steve Sherman (online)
Wed, Jun 5 4:00 pm
7:00 pm
Free! Math Encounters: “Squaring the Circle — with Quilts!” featuring Beth Malmskog (in person)
Thu, Jun 6 2:00 pm Senior Sessions: “Luck, Magic, or Math?” (online)
Thu, Jun 6 6:30 pm Ask a Mathematician — Anything! featuring Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Fri, Jun 7 4:30 pm Folding Fridays, MoMath’s weekly origami series (online)
Sun, Jun 9 3:00 pm
to 4:30 pm
Online Topological Crochet (online)
Sun, Jun 9 4:30 pm Tween Primes: a discussion of Grasping Mysteries: Girls Who Loved Math by Jeannine Atkins; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Tue, Jun 11 2:00 pm Senior Sessions: “Math in Art III: Friezes” (online)
Tue, Jun 11 4:00 pm Loving Math — stories, games, and laughter in a hilariously fun children’s series; hosted by Steve Sherman (online)
Tue, Jun 11 6:30 pm Volumes: a discussion of The Symmetries of Things, with co-author Chaim Goodman-Strauss; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Thu, Jun 13 6:30 pm QED: a conversation about math and math education, with Sybilla Beckmann; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Fri, Jun 14 4:30 pm Folding Fridays, MoMath’s weekly origami series (online)
Sat, Jun 15 3:00 pm Krazy Kahoot, MoMath’s family quiz show; hosted by Steve Sherman (online)
Sun, Jun 16 1:00 pm Extensions, MoMath’s online gifted math program (grades 6-12) (online)
Sun, Jun 16 3:00 pm
to 4:30 pm
Online Topological Crochet (online)
Tue, Jun 18 4:00 pm Loving Math — stories, games, and laughter in a hilariously fun children’s series; hosted by Steve Sherman (online)
Tue, Jun 18 6:30 pm Meet a Mathematician: Marsha Berger; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Wed, Jun 19 2:00 pm Senior Sessions: “Chessboards and Dominoes” (online)
Wed, Jun 19 4:00 pm
7:00 pm
Free! Math Gym, a workout for your brain (online)
Wed, Jun 19 6:30 pm Equilibrium, adult game night at MoMath (in person)
Thu, Jun 20 6:30 pm Living Maths at MoMath, featuring Steve Sherman (in person) (drop-off optional)
Fri, Jun 21 4:30 pm Folding Fridays, MoMath’s weekly origami series (online)
Fri, Jun 21 6:30 pm Free! Family Fridays: “Build a Hat Tiling!” with Chaim Goodman-Strauss (in person)
Sun, Jun 23 3:00 pm
to 4:30 pm
Online Topological Crochet (online)
Sun, Jun 23 6:30 pm
to 8:00 pm
Unlimited, MoMath’s mix-n-mingle program for middle and high school students (in person) (drop-off)
Mon, Jun 24
to Fri, Jun 28
9:00 am
to 3:00 pm
Transformations 2024, the summer program at MoMath, kicks off with Session One: "Phantastic Physics" (grades 1–6) (in person)
Extended-day options available until 5:00 pm.
Thu, Jun 27 2:00 pm Senior Sessions: “Math in the Corner Pocket” (online)
Thu, Jun 27 6:30 pm Starring Math: a discussion of Interstellar, with theoretical physicist Kip Thorne; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Fri, Jun 28 4:30 pm Folding Fridays, MoMath’s weekly origami series (online)
Mon, Jul 1
to Fri, Jul 5
9:00 am
to 3:00 pm
Transformations 2024, the summer program at MoMath — Session Two: "What Are the Chances?" (grades 1–6) (in person)
Extended-day options available until 5:00 pm.
Fri, Jul 5 4:30 pm Folding Fridays, MoMath’s weekly origami series (online)
Sun, Jul 7 3:00 pm
to 4:30 pm
Online Topological Crochet (online)
Mon, Jul 8
to Fri, Jul 12
9:00 am
to 3:00 pm
Transformations 2024, the summer program at MoMath — Session Three: "Puzzle Master" (grades 1–6) (in person)
Extended-day options available until 5:00 pm.
Mon, Jul 8 6:30 pm Meet a Mathematician: Anna Wienhard; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Tue, Jul 9 5:00 pm LEGO Robotics Summer Program at MoMath (for ages 6–9) (in person) (drop-off) (session 1 of 8)
Wed, Jul 10 4:00 pm
7:00 pm
Free! Math Encounters: “Volumes and Verse: a mathematical journey through literature” featuring Sarah Hart (in person)
Fri, Jul 12 4:30 pm Folding Fridays, MoMath’s weekly origami series (online)
Sat, Jul 13 10:00 am
to 4:00 pm
NYC Math Festival at Fosun Plaza (in person)
Sun, Jul 14 1:00 pm Extensions, MoMath’s online gifted math program (grades 6-12) (online)
Sun, Jul 14 3:00 pm
to 4:30 pm
Online Topological Crochet (online)
Sun, Jul 14 4:30 pm Tween Primes: a discussion of Genius: The Game by Leopoldo Gout; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Mon, Jul 15
to Fri, Jul 19
9:00 am
to 3:00 pm
Transformations 2024, the summer program at MoMath — Session Four: "Twisted Worlds" (grades 4–9) (in person)
Extended-day options available until 5:00 pm.
Mon, Jul 15 6:30 pm Volumes: a discussion of The Warped Side of Our Universe: An Odyssey through Black Holes, Wormholes, Time Travel, and Gravitational Waves, with authors Kip Thorne and Lia Halloran; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Tue, Jul 16 5:00 pm LEGO Robotics Summer Program at MoMath (for ages 6–9) (in person) (drop-off) (session 2 of 8)
Tue, Jul 16 6:30 pm Walk with Me in the Mathemalchemy Wonderland, featuring Ingrid Daubechies (in person)
Wed, Jul 17 6:30 pm Equilibrium, adult game night at MoMath (in person)
Thu, Jul 18 6:30 pm Walk with Me in the Mathemalchemy Wonderland, featuring Ingrid Daubechies (in person)
Fri, Jul 19 6:30 pm Free! Family Fridays: “Origami Puzzles” with Francesco Mancini (in person)
Sun, Jul 21 3:00 pm
to 4:30 pm
Online Topological Crochet (online)
Sun, Jul 21 6:30 pm
to 8:00 pm
Unlimited, MoMath’s mix-n-mingle program for middle and high school students (in person) (drop-off)
Mon, Jul 22
to Fri, Jul 26
9:00 am
to 3:00 pm
Transformations 2024, the summer program at MoMath — Session Five: "Adventures in Ancient Math" (grades 1–6) (in person)
Extended-day options available until 5:00 pm.
Mon, Jul 22 6:30 pm QED: a conversation about math and math education, with Paul Bendich; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Tue, Jul 23 5:00 pm LEGO Robotics Summer Program at MoMath (for ages 6–9) (in person) (drop-off) (session 3 of 8)
Tue, Jul 23 6:30 pm Walk with Me in the Mathemalchemy Wonderland, featuring Ingrid Daubechies (in person)
Wed, Jul 24 4:00 pm
7:00 pm
Free! Math Gym, a workout for your brain (online)
Thu, Jul 25 6:30 pm Walk with Me in the Mathemalchemy Wonderland, featuring Ingrid Daubechies (in person)
Fri, Jul 26 4:30 pm Folding Fridays, MoMath’s weekly origami series (online)
Sun, Jul 28 3:00 pm
to 4:30 pm
Online Topological Crochet (online)
Mon, Jul 29
to Fri, Aug 2
9:00 am
to 3:00 pm
Transformations 2024, the summer program at MoMath — Session Six: "Phantastic Physics" (grades 1–6) (in person)
Extended-day options available until 5:00 pm.
Mon, Jul 29 6:30 pm Ask a Mathematician — Anything! featuring Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Tue, Jul 30 5:00 pm LEGO Robotics Summer Program at MoMath (for ages 6–9) (in person) (drop-off) (session 4 of 8)
Tue, Jul 30 6:30 pm Starring Math: a discussion of The Devotion of Suspect X; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Fri, Aug 2 4:30 pm Folding Fridays, MoMath’s weekly origami series (online)
Mon, Aug 5
to Aug 9
9:00 am
to 3:00 pm
Transformations 2024, the summer program at MoMath — Session Seven: "Puzzle Master" (grades 1–6) (in person)
Extended-day options available until 5:00 pm.
Tue, Aug 6 5:00 pm LEGO Robotics Summer Program at MoMath (for ages 6–9) (in person) (drop-off) (session 5 of 8)
Thu, Aug 8 6:30 pm QED, a conversation about math and math education, with Robin Wilson; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Sun, Aug 11 1:00 pm Extensions, MoMath’s online gifted math program (grades 6-12) (online)
Sun, Aug 11 4:30 pm Tween Primes: a discussion of Can You Crack the Code?  A Fascinating History of Ciphers and Cryptography by Ella Schwartz; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Mon, Aug 12
to Fri, Aug 16
9:00 am
to 3:00 pm
Transformations 2024, the summer program at MoMath — Session Eight: "Twisted Worlds" (grades 4–9) (in person)
Extended-day options available until 5:00 pm.
Tue, Aug 13 5:00 pm LEGO Robotics Summer Program at MoMath (for ages 6–9) (in person) (drop-off) (session 6 of 8)
Tue, Aug 13 6:30 pm Starring Math: a discussion of Radical, with Erika Tatiana Camacho and Hortensia Soto; hosted by Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Mon, Aug 19
to Fri, Aug 23
9:00 am
to 3:00 pm
Transformations 2024, the summer program at MoMath — Session Nine: "What Are the Chances?" (grades 1–6) (in person)
Extended-day options available until 5:00 pm.
Mon, Aug 19 6:30 pm Ask a Mathematician — Anything! featuring Ingrid Daubechies (online)
Tue, Aug 20 5:00 pm LEGO Robotics Summer Program at MoMath (for ages 6–9) (in person) (drop-off) (session 7 of 8)
Wed, Aug 21 6:30 pm Mathematical Illusions, featuring Aurelio Sánchez Estévez (in person)
Mon, Aug 26
to Fri, Aug 30
9:00 am
to 3:00 pm
Transformations 2024, the summer program at MoMath — Session Ten: "Adventures in Ancient Math" (grades 1–6) (in person)
Extended-day options available until 5:00 pm.
Tue, Aug 27 5:00 pm LEGO Robotics Summer Program at MoMath (for ages 6–9) (in person) (drop-off) (session 8 of 8)
Aug 31 thru Sep 4 MATRIX x IMAGINARY 2024 joint conference (in person)
Ongoing programming
Derivatives, MoMath’s guided tour program — see the Museum through the eyes of MoMath’s expert staff (in person)
Math on the House — sign up to be notified when free, last-minute seats become available for select events; there’s a deal almost every day!
Legend
  Registration and details coming soon.

 

 

Visit the Museum
Purchase admission tickets to visit MoMath at visit.momath.org, or show your support for MoMath by joining as a member at join.momath.org.  Members receive free unlimited admission and free access to an extensive library of event recordings.

Need a gift for the math fan in your life?  Give them a MoMath gift card!
Give the gift of math!  Purchase a gift card by phone at 212-542‑0566 or stop by Additions, the shop at MoMath, to pick up your card today, good for purchases in the shop or admission to the Museum.

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Win a free in-school MoMath field trip!

Looking to take your students on an illuminating mathematical journey without leaving campus?  Let MoMath come to your school… for free!  MoMath is selecting a few lucky schools in the New York City area to win a free on-campus visit.  Each field trip offers hands-on math activities led by MoMath’s specially trained educators and designed around inspiring, mathematical themes not often covered in schools, such as cryptography, geometry, graph theory, probability, and topology!  All schools are eligible to apply; spots are extremely limited.

 

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Stay Connected

MoMath in the News

Math on the House mailing list — sign up to be notified when FREE event tickets become available
MoMath is pleased to offer Math on the House, a mailing list for valued Museum patrons to receive free, last-minute tickets to select events when spots become available.  To subscribe, visit mathonthehouse.momath.org.

Beautiful Math
See what mathematicians think is beautiful about mathematics at beautiful.momath.org.

 

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Apply Now

Integrators: The MoMath High School Volunteer Program (in person)
MoMath accepts a limited number of high school students for ongoing volunteer roles during summer vacation and/or the academic year.  The Integrators program offers a unique chance to improve interpersonal and communication skills, explore mathematical concepts, and learn valuable job skills.  MoMath Integrators interact with visitors (on the Museum floor or online) and train with professional educators, interpreters, and managers.  Students who participate during summer vacation commit five days per week, while school-year participants commit approximately one day per week, typically a Saturday or Sunday, from September through June.  Learn more at integrators.momath.org.

School field trips and other educational opportunities (in person/online)
MoMath offers almost two dozen educator-led sessions for K-12 students, ranging from constructing polygons to creating Möbius strips, available either in person or online.  Bring your students to MoMath for a peek into the exciting world of mathematics, and see why students and teachers of all ages love the Museum.  Or, let MoMath come to you — choose from a range of on-campus options, including MoMath educator-led activities or MoMath traveling exhibits.  Learn more and register at fieldtrips.momath.org

Title I schools are eligible for free programs and field trips (in person/online)
MoMath’s free outreach programs for Title I schools include in-person and online field trips to the Museum, workshops presented by experienced MoMath educators in your classroom, and visits to your school by Math Midway 2 Go (MM2GO), MoMath’s travelling suite of original mathematical exhibits.  Support for these programs is now available, thanks to contributions from individuals and organizations including: Judith Gibbons and Francesco Scattone, Con Edison, The Scripps Family Fund for Education and the Arts, Two Sigma, the Hearst Foundations, the Manhattan Community Awards Program (MCAP), and New York City Council Members Carlina Rivera (Council District 2) and Mercedes Narcisse (Council District 46).  These programs are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.  To apply for one of these free programs, visit titleone.momath.org.  Interested in sponsoring one of them?  Email donation@momath.org.

 

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Made Specially For YOU

Host your birthday party at MoMath! (in person or online!)
Looking to host a one-of-a-kind birthday party full of fabulous mathematical fun?  Invite your guests to MoMath for unique party activities and games, plus a chance to explore more than 40 engaging exhibits!  From captivating constructions to scintillating scavenger hunts, enjoy exceptional experiences for birthday celebrants of all ages.  Can your hands race as fast as your minds?  With your choice of customized activities, parties can be personalized for all ages of birthday boys and girls — from children through adults, from simple to complicated.  Not in New York?  Check out MoMath’s origami birthday parties, available exclusively online — you and your guests can learn the wondrous art of paper folding from an origami expert!  Birthday honorees of all ages are welcome to celebrate at MoMath.  For pricing and details, please vist momath.org/birthdays.

Sign up for a Derivatives tour of MoMath (in person)
Whether you’re part of a group or by yourself, book a Derivatives tour and enjoy a new perspective on MoMath in a small group setting as you stroll through the Museum with an expert tour guide leading the way.  Learn more at derivatives.momath.org.  To request a tour, please email groupsales@momath.org with the subject line “Derivatives Tour.”

Arrange for one-on-one math tutoring (in person/online)
Is your child struggling in math?  Or are they mathematically precocious and ready for more?  We can help!  MoMath is offering limited private tutoring for grades K–12 with certified teachers who have extensive experience successfully teaching students online and in the classroom.  Whether your child needs assistance with homework or exam preparation, or they’re eager to discover the beauty in mathematics beyond the curriculum, MoMath’s instructors are ready to help.  For more information, please email tutoring@momath.org.

Have MoMath come to YOUR SCHOOL!  Book an educator visit, MM2Go traveling exhibition, or on-campus field trip today
Students and educators, let MoMath come to you!  MoMath’s fully vaccinated and engaging math specialists can bring MoMath’s unique blend of enriching math activities and/or hands-on MM2GO exhibits to your campus, anywhere in the US and beyond.  Learn more and book your in-school MoMath workshop today at fieldtrips.momath.org.  (Sponsorships for Title I schools are available; funding is limited.  Apply online at titleone.momath.org.)

Corporate events, galas, weddings, team outings, and more
Looking to host a one-of-a-kind event where your guests can interact with more than 40 engaging exhibits?  Enter a world of mathematical intrigue, but don’t worry — amidst all the activity, there is plenty of space for gala-worthy dinners, over-the-top birthday bashes, laser-cutting parties, and bar/bat mitzvahs.  Did your first date begin at MoMath, the Top Date Spot for Intellectually Curious People in NYC?  We’ll custom-design for you a marriage proposal hidden (in a mathematically cryptic fashion, of course) in the Museum.  And be sure to book the wedding at MoMath!  Who knew math could be this much fun?  Email programservices@momath.org for more information.

 

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Join the Team

Are you passionate about spreading a love of mathematics?  Contact us — we’d love to welcome you to the team!  Send the following to jobs@momath.org: a cover letter, your résumé with GPA, and a statement (at least one paragraph long, but no more than a page, please) describing your views on mathematics or an experience you’ve had related to mathematics.

Positions are available in education, administration, marketing, technology, communications, and more — visit jobs.momath.org for a complete list of MoMath’s exciting job and volunteer opportunities.

 

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Get Involved

Become a MoMath member!
Become a member today and take advantage of exciting and engaging math programs for all ages.  Join now to receive unlimited access to MoMath’s innovative exhibits, plus discounts for select programs and for products in Additions, the shop at MoMath.  Members also receive free registration to select online programs, free access to recordings of MoMath programs, and exclusive invitations to members-only online events.  Become a premium member and receive priority seating at monthly Math Encounters presentations, early notices to register for events, special invitations to exclusive MoMath member events, discounts on birthday parties, and more.  Purchase your tax-deductible membership at join.momath.org.

Volunteer at MoMath
MoMath welcomes volunteers who provide valuable support in a variety of individual ways across the Museum, in both public-facing and internal roles.  Are you a high school or college student who loves math and would like to earn the President’s Volunteer Service Award by assisting during special events or helping Museum visitors enjoy MoMath’s interactive suite of exhibits?  Are you an adult who can occasionally assist with MoMath events, demonstrations, birthday parties, and other activities at the Museum?  Are you a professional — especially if you are an educator, administrator, videographer, or technologist — who would like to donate your expertise and time to MoMath?  MoMath welcomes your support!  Learn more and sign up at volunteers.momath.org.

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