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ARTECHOUSE NYC is the nation's first innovative art destination where guests of all ages can experience creative innovation without limits. This 21st-century fully immersive data-driven art experience is dedicated to the intersection of art, technology, and science. ARTECHOUSE teams up with fuse* for a brand new multidisciplinary art studio with emerging technology. Make sure to download the new extended reality ARTECHOUSE XR mobile app to get a fully interactive, innovative art experience.

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Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our New York Travel Experts
  • Sessions are every 30 minutes and last for 60 minutes. Please arrive on time.
  • Visitors 4 and up will need a ticket.
  • ARTECHOUSE NYC is located inside Chelsea Market.
  • Photography for personal use is allowed.
  • No food or beverage is allowed.
  • Children ages 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Download the ARTECHOUSE XR mobile app to get the full experience.
  • Stiletto heels are not allowed.
  • It is not recommended for individuals with a family or personal history of epilepsy, anxiety, heart conditions, a history of seizures, and/or sensitivity to flashing lights.


ARTECHOUSE connects progressive ideas, artists, and audiences to stimulate innovation and creativity at the intersection of art, science, and technology. What started as the nation's first digital art space is now a home, online and off, for technology-driven art innovation, with a mission to empower and fund the creation of new, experiential, and exploratory art forms that make an impact.

Current Exhibit:
Starting May 14
Step into the human brain and discover what makes us unique at the cellular level. Experience the next dimension of storytelling while exploring how the brain shapes the universal human experience.

Life of a Neuron brings together decades of neuroscience data and research to create a cellular level journey through the human brain. Created by ARTECHOUSE Studio in partnership with Society for Neuroscience (SfN), this exhibition is the result of three years of ardent collaboration and research and reveals the story of a universal human experience — the story of ourselves.

Visitors will walk into an unprecedented, real-life 3D model of a human prefrontal cortex neuron — the “thinking cell” of the brain — and see it grow from birth through death.

In addition to the Immersion Gallery installation, you can explore other technology-driven interactive artworks that cover vision, stress, addiction, and neural connectivity all at the cellular level.

“What’s fascinating and revolutionary about the narrative we are telling with this groundbreaking collaboration through Life of a Neuron, is the ability to have the audience experience something that is happening inside all of us by using the latest technical tools. It’s an incredible opportunity to experience the science that we have been studying for the past 50 years in a new artistic way that speaks to the human experience,” said Sandro Kereselidze, ARTECHOUSE Founder & Chief Creative Officer.

In Life of a Neuron, science is not merely a muse to create inspirational art, but the art furthers the understanding of the science; a fitting relationship celebrating the 50th anniversary of SfN made possible by interdisciplinary collaboration.

“What I find so exciting about this exhibit is that it is the first of its kind to use data like this to bring key neuroscience principles to life. Through the work of an incredible group of scientists organized by SfN, collaborating alongside the exciting group of artists organized by ARTECHOUSE, we’re able to bring to the world an exhibit like no other—artistic interpretations of scientific data and principles that allow the public to experience neuroscience in a whole new way. It is my hope that this exhibit will spark curiosity in those who see it and inspire them to learn more about the universe between their ears,” said lead neuroscientist for Life of a Neuron John Morrison, PhD, UC Davis Distinguished Professor, Director, California National Primate Research Center, Professor, Department of Neurology, School of Medicine and Secretary, Society for Neuroscience.


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Frequently Asked Questions about ARTECHOUSE NYC

What are the hours of operation?

ARTECHOUSE is open Monday – Sunday from 10 AM – 10PM with the last session beginning at 9 pm. Sessions are every 30 minutes and last for 60 minutes. Please arrive on time. Check the section above to see the availability of your preferred dates!

Where is it located?

ARTECHOUSE NY is located at 439 W 15th St. New York, NY 1001.

Is the attraction appropriate for children?

ARTECHOUSE is happy to welcome visitors of all ages to enjoy the space, but certain exhibitions may include a recommended age due to the use of flashing lights, loud sounds, delicate materials, and the like. Because the exhibitions change throughout the year, it is suggested that visitors refer to the description of each new exhibition on the website for any age recommendations. Tickets are required for all visitors age 4 and up. Children ages 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult, and all children must be closely supervised by their accompanying adult to ensure their safety and the safety of the artwork.

Can I bring my bags and/or strollers with me?

Suitcases, luggage, large backpacks, and bags larger than 16” are not permitted in the exhibit space and cannot be checked or left with staff. Strollers are not permitted on the main ARTECHOUSE exhibition floor; however, at ARTECHOUSE NYC they can be left in the coatroom or locker area. Please note, these areas are not attended and ARTECHOUSE does not take any responsibility for any lost, missing, stolen, or damaged items.

Is the attraction wheelchair accessible?

ARTECHOUSE is a fully-accessible space. Mobility devices such as wheelchairs and walkers are allowed on the exhibition floor. Some individual programs may have an intended use or method of interaction that may be difficult for some visitors, but each is nonetheless fully maneuverable and compliant with the ADA.

Can I bring my camera?

Photography for personal use is allowed, though we request that you refrain from using flash inside the ARTECHOUSE museum.

How long is the tour around ARTECHOUSE?

Tickets are purchased for individual hour-long sessions. When space allows, visitors are welcome to remain with us past their hour-long session.

Can I bring my own food/beverages?

ARTECHOUSE is home for innovative experimental art exhibits. To protect our technology on-site, outside food or beverages is not allowed inside the art space. Please dispose of any prior to your visit. Bottled water is permitted only in non-exhibit areas. No beverages are permitted on the main exhibition floor.