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“'We Wanted a Revolution' spans from 1965, the year of the Selma to Montgomery march, to 1985, exposing complexities of feminism, womanism, race and gender equality that we’re still sorting through." — The New York Times on #wewantedarevolution

Two New Shows That Celebrate Black Women Artists
Brooklyn Museum
03/24/2017 at 13:02. Facebook
Next month, discover several generations of black women artists—such as #EmmaAmos, #CamilleBillops, #FaithRinggold, #BlondellCummings, #DindgaMcCannon, #BetyeSaar, #LorraineOGrady, #CoreenSimpson, #JulieDash, and #CarrieMaeWeems—whose work expands the narratives of second-wave feminism. "We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85" is a new exhibition that reorients conversations...
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Brooklyn Museum
03/23/2017 at 21:26. Facebook
If you can't LOL w/ us IRL, tune in live at 7pm for our fierce, funny, and feminist Brooklyn Comedy Marathon!

Brooklyn Comedy Marathon: Fierce, Funny, and Feminist by Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn Museum
03/23/2017 at 21:16. Facebook
We’re less than two weeks away from our legendary Brooklyn Artists Ball Dance Party! KAWS hosts this year’s Dance Party while Swizz Beatz and DJ RUNNA spin for the crowd. Show us your love on April 3 and don’t forget to dress in blue We dare you to find better plans for a Monday night. Did we mention there will be complimentary wine and beer all night?

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03/22/2017 at 19:47. Facebook
If you missed out on last week's canon-breaking conversations—watch artists Simone Leigh, Hugo McCloud, Julie Mehretu, and Jack Whitten discuss pre-1945 works by African American artists that have influenced their practice today.

Breaking the Canon: Collecting African American Art

Mission-driven collector Pamela Joyner is changing the game when it comes to collecting works by African American artists. In honor of her practice and our F...

Brooklyn Museum
03/22/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
Become an expert educator! #BKMEducation is seeking individuals passionate about art and education to join the Museum Education Fellowship Program. This 10-month, full-time salaried program is open to recent undergraduate or graduates committed to working with diverse museum audiences. Gain in-depth fieldwork experience by designing, facilitating, and teaching programs across the Museum’s...
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2017–2018 Museum Education Fellowship Program Application
"There is a powerful synergy between O’Keeffe’s style and paintings, both of which show profound geographical influences. For the most part the curators tease out this connection loosely, but at points it crystallizes and is made abundantly clear, when garments are neatly juxtaposed with paintings in the same room." — The Cut on #okeeffemodern

Remembering Georgia O’Keeffe’s Minimalist Style
"The first retrospective of Marilyn Minter’s work, “Pretty/Dirty” at the Brooklyn Museum challenges notions of beauty and the feminine body. Included are Minter’s photographs and paintings from 1969 to 1989, works that explore visual pleasure from the 1980s and 1990s, and her most recent video works. And the best part? This is only one of 10 exhibitions of the Brooklyn Museum’s series “A Year...
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16 Feminist Art Shows to See In Honor of Women's History Month
Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz are starting a revolution to make the world a more creative, equitable and beautiful place. From mentoring young and supporting young artists to their commitment to social justice causes, they couldn’t be more perfect #bkartistsball honorees. Join us April 3 for our Brooklyn Artists Ball Dance Party to dance and celebrate!

Alicia Keys and Kasseem Dean (Swizz...
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For those who have yet to see the pretty/dirty work of Marilyn Minter or experience Jeremy Deller's unconventional life drawing class with Iggy Pop, we're pleased to announce that we've extended the run of both exhibitions. Don't miss #prettydirtbkm on view through May 7, and #iggypoplifeclass through June 18.

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Join guest curator Wanda Corn this Sunday for a conversation with photographers and filmmakers who captured Georgia O’Keeffe in her element.


O'Keeffe on Camera: Capturing an American Icon

#Stella or no Stella, the Museum is closed on Tuesdays. That doesn't mean you can't enjoy a #stela or two:


Brooklyn Museum Ancient Egyptian Stelae
LOL with us at our upcoming Brooklyn Comedy Marathon featuring some of NYC's fiercest and funniest feminist comics.

Brooklyn Comedy Marathon: Fierce, Funny & Feminist

Who better to honor for their art, activism, and goodness than than Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz?! Join us April 3rd as we celebrate our favorite power couple at the Brooklyn Artists Ball Dance Party, hosted by KAWS! Swizz Beatz and DJ RUNNA will bring the beats. Dress blue and show your love for Brooklyn Museum!

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Join us tomorrow for From Columbus to Cannon Ball: An Examination of Dehumanization, a #StatesOfDenialBKM panel discussion moderated by Elizabeth A. Sackler.

From Columbus to Cannon Ball: An Examination of Dehumanization

Join curator Rujeko Hockley and artists Simone Leigh, Hugo McCloud, Julie Mehretu, and Jack Whitten for a series of rapid-fire talks reflecting on how a selection of pre-1945 works by African American artists that have influenced their practice.

The evening will celebrate, mission-driven art collector Pamela Joyner and the ways she is changing the game when it comes to collecting works by...
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Breaking the Canon: Collecting African American Art

What's so funny? It's the Brooklyn Comedy Marathon, coming to Brooklyn Museum on March 26! This marathon evening stars the funniest feminist stand-up in the greater NYC area. $16 tickets are selling fast!

Brooklyn Comedy Marathon: Fierce, Funny, and Feminist
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This #InternationalWomensDay Brooklyn Museum unites for Equality!

In solidarity with the #DayWithoutaWoman demonstration, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art curator Carmen Hermo will lead free tours of "The Dinner Party" by Judy Chicago. Join us 12 and 2pm as we explore Chicago’s masterwork and discuss art and feminism, as well as the role of collective action. #internationalwomensday

A Day Without A Woman x The Dinner Party by Judy Chicago