Dia Art Foundation is committed to advancing, realizing, and preserving the vision of artists. Dia fulfills its mission by commissioning single artist projects, organizing exhibitions, realizing site-specific installations, and collecting in-depth the work of a focused group of artists of the 1960s and 1970s.
TICKETS & DISCOUNTS
Free and discounted admission at Dia locations in New York:
- Dia Chelsea (535 W 22nd Street, New York City, NY): Free admission (exhibition spaces slated to reopen fall 2020); discounted student pricing for most lectures and events
- Dia Beacon (3 Beekman St, Beacon, NY): Discounted student admission with ID; most lectures, events, and guided public tours are free with museum admission
- Dia Bridgehampton (23 Corwith Ave, Bridgehampton, NY): Free admission
Additionally, Dia maintains the following sites in New York City, all of which are free to visit:
- Joseph Beuys, 7000 Eichen (7000 Oaks), inaugurated at Documenta in 1982
- Walter De Maria, The Broken Kilometer, 1979
- Walter De Maria, The New York Earth Room, 1977
- Max Neuhaus, Times Square, 1977
Occasional comp ticket offers may become available through the Office of the Arts. Sign up for our mailing list to be notified.
Education fellowships at Dia Art Foundation provide a unique opportunity for ambitious young people (ages 18–25) to be the authors and protagonists of their own creative, intellectual, and professional trajectories.
Hunter faculty and staff interested in bringing student groups to a Dia location may be connected to Dia staff. Contact Office of the Arts at OOA@hunter.cuny.edu.