- LibraryGarage Museum of Contemporary Art has a public library on Russian and international contemporary art open to all visitors. Garage Library is a reference library and has a collection of 45,000 books, including catalogues of solo and group exhibitions and studies on contemporary art and culture.
PublishingGarage publishing program: exhibition catalogues, research, books on contemporary culture by key Western and Russian authors.
Garage StudiosGarage Studios and Artist Residencies are part of the Museum’s wider program of support for artists, which also includes grants for emerging artists (since 2012) and Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art (since 2017).
Field ResearchGenerated by the interests of artists, curators, and writers working around the world, Garage Field Research gives new perspectives on overlooked or little-known events, philosophies, places, or people relating to Russian culture.
- Inclusive ProgramsGarage understands inclusion as a set of practices aimed at maintaining diversity in society, ensuring physical accessibility and access to information, changing the environment, and overcoming exclusion and discrimination.
Grants and stipendsRecognizing the need for institutional support of culture and art in Russia, in 2012 Garage Museum of Contemporary Art launched the country’s first grant program for emerging artists.
Garage DigitalBringing together artists, scientists, programmers, and art historians, Garage Digital aims to explore and support the new languages of visual culture.
Garage LiveGarage Live is a program of dance, performance, music, and physical theater that permeates all spaces of the Museum and its surroundings.
Mosaic MusicGarage Museum of Contemporary Art presents the fourth season of Mosaic Music—a program of music events featuring live performances by artists and musicians who continue to change our understanding of contemporaneity through sound. The program will be presented in Moscow and Saint Petersburg from May to September 2019.
Station RadioStation Radio is an occasional broadcast exploring sound and the theories, practices, politics, and poetics associated with it. The show is seasonal and features guest curators. Every edition is an audio work created by independent musicians, artists, and communities in dialogue with research programs at Garage.