Storyteller’s Society

The Storyteller’s Society is a special membership group of young professionals in their 20s and 30s who support the Tenement Museum. Through a series of curated annual virtual and in-person events and programs, the Storyteller’s Society encourages a tight-knit community of like-minded individuals to come together to explore the role im/migration plays in shaping American identity, engage in meaningful conversation about immigration policy, and celebrate the mission of the Museum. Storyteller’s Society events include special virtual and in-person tours, happy hour meet-and-greets, and immigration-related panel discussions.

Annual Core Benefits

  • Unlimited access to all in-person and virtual Museum tours
  • 4 exclusive Storyteller’s Society events – including happy hours, book club meetings, immigration-related panel discussions, and special tours (e.g. Love @ The Tenement)
  • 2 tickets to the member holiday party (when applicable)
  • 15% discount at the Museum Shop
  • 50% discount on food programs (when applicable)

Membership Levels

  • Core benefits for one
  • Core benefits for two

Core benefits for 2, plus:
Opportunity to collaborate on the Storyteller’s Society annual calendar, helping design and execute events, programming initiatives, and Member recruitment efforts

Storyteller's Society Past Events:

In December Storyteller’s Society members enjoyed an evening of tasty treats, engaging stories and an exploration into the history of the Nom Wah dumpling.

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In February over 45 Storyteller’s Society members and food enthusiasts came together to experience Grandma Mamie putting together a family recipe of medicinal black chicken soup!

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