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The American Kennel Club (AKC®), the world’s largest dog registry and leading authority and advocate for dogs, and the AKC Museum of the Dog are pleased to announce that the AKC Museum of the Dog will be relocating back to New York City from St.Louis, MO. The move is the result of a mutual agreement between both boards to expand and enhance the future of the Museum.
The AKC Museum of the Dog, founded in 1982, was originally housed in The New York Life Building located at 51 Madison Avenue as part of the AKC Headquarters. In 1987,…
Historic organizations to reside in Kalikow Building
The headquarters of the AKC will reside on a newly designed fifth floor of the Kalikow building. The floor will house approximately 100 people.
“We are very excited to move both our headquarters and the museum into the Kalikow building,” said Ron Menaker, Chairman of the AKC. “This building is one of the most beautiful in NYC with wonderful amenities. This move is reflective of our growth and expansion as organizations. We look forward to building a long relationship with HJ Kalikow & Co.”
Dennis Sprung, President and CEO of the AKC agrees,…
The American Kennel Club (AKC®), the world’s largest purebred dog registry and leading advocate for dogs, announces the hiring of Alan Fausel as Director of AKC Cultural Resources.
Mr. Fausel has an extensive background in the art industry, having worked at the Fine Arts Museums in San Francisco and the Frick Art Museum in Pittsburgh. He has also served as the Director of Fine Arts and Museum Services for Bonhams. He holds an M.A. in Art History from Stanford University and is a regular contributor to the Antiques Roadshow on PBS.
In his new role, he will be responsible…
Out of courtesy to our neighbors, only service dogs and invited demonstration dogs are allowed
in the museum.
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Service animals are welcome in the museum. The museum entrance is wheelchair accessible via the building’s main plaza on the corner of Park Ave and E 40th Street. Accessible elevators are located on the first floor of the museum to the left of the admissions desk and gift shop. Public restrooms include accessible facilities.
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