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In honor of A Year of Yes, this Target First Saturday: Future Feminisms we present a multiplicity of women and femme-identified voices, stories, and experiences that expand on feminist traditions and consider the future of feminism. Tickets for Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern are discounted to $12 during Target First Saturdays. Discounted tickets are only available on-site....
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Have you ever created art with a bubble machine? Transformed a room into a giant spider web using string? How about hunting for clues across the sands of ancient Egypt? In Family Art Magic (F.A.M.), a special Sunday family program, children ages 4 to 6 and an adult companion explore art together in our galleries and then create their own masterpieces in the studio. This spring, join F.A.M. to...
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Brooklyn Museum: F.A.M. (Family Art Magic)

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We suggested a couple black women artists to be included in this stellar list. Know their names. Learn their stories. See a few of their works on view in our galleries!

Museums Celebrate The Black Women Artists History Has Overlooked

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02/25/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
"What emerges in the end is a powerful portrait of a once-marginalized artist who, like the people and places memorialized in her work, has finally been given her proper due." —Jane Ursula Harris, Art in America

Only two weekends left to catch the most comprehensive exhibition of Beverly Buchanan's work to date. See #ruinsandrituals before it closes on March 5!

Brooklyn Museum: Beverly Buchanan—Ruins and Rituals

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02/24/2017 at 23:02. Facebook
This series of free, intimate, in-gallery talks by contemporary artists illuminates our special exhibitions with fresh and alternative perspectives.

Artist's Eye: Laurie Simmons & Carroll Dunham on Marilyn Minter

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02/24/2017 at 18:09. Facebook
Today and everyday we stand up for our LGBTQ communities, and you can count on us to protect our all gender rest rooms.
How do today's struggles mirror the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s? Join us on Saturday, February 25th as we honor the thirtieth anniversary of the documentary Eyes on the Prize, and the release of #JonElse's new book, True South. We’re partnering with The Ford Foundation to offer a daylong screening of episodes from the series, followed by a roundtable on the influential series...
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Eyes on the Prize: Free 30th Anniversary Screening

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The Museum is closed on Mondays but you can still enjoy some Presidential works from our collection at bit.ly/bkmpresidents #PresidentDay

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This Thursday at 7pm, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. (NCBW, NC100BW) hosts Poetic Justice: Speaking Their Names, an evening of fierce poetry and spoken word performance in tribute to the legacy of writer and activist Dr. Maya Angelou. In honor of the collective ART GIRL ARMY, this event stars poets Toni Blackman, Sheikia Norris "Purple Haze," Christine "Phya Startah" Gilliam,...
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Poetic Justice: Speaking Their Names

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"Yeah, well, there was a prescribed way of being feminist in those days. My side won." In case you need more reasons to love her—Marilyn Minter discusses feminism, art, and politics with Jenna Wortham for The New York Times Magazine.

Marilyn Minter Finds Art in the Female Form

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We're loving BAMcinématek's One Way or Another: Black Women’s Cinema, 1970-1991 series celebrating the trailblazing work of black women filmmakers. Be sure to catch a screening before it ends on Feb 23!

One Way or Another: Black Women’s Cinema, 1970-1991

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Join us in the Brooklyn Museum Libraries & Archives this Thursday for a one-of-a-kind tour of a one-of-a-kind love story. ✍ #bkmlibrary

Thy Sweetest Nectar: The Love Letters of Jane and Ralph Malbone

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We may be closed this #ValentinesDay but the Brooklyn Museum is full of love all year. Happy Valentine's Day ❤
#ArtofYoga is back! Bring peace to your weekend at our bi-monthly Saturday morning yoga class in our Beaux-Arts Court, brought to you by Flavorpill. On February 18 from 8:45–11:00 am, experience a class led by Chloe Kernaghan and Krissy Jones, founders of SKY TING YOGA alongside live music by Aya and Tyler. #namaste

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Hey, Toledo! Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic will be on view The Toledo Museum of Art now through May 14. The exhibition celebrates the artist’s prolific fourteen-year career, showcasing his signature portraits that raise questions about race, gender, and the politics of representation. If you have a friend in Toledo who you think will enjoy the show, tag them below and tell them to check it...
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Join sculptor Brie Ruais this Saturday at 2pm for an #ArtistsEye talk in Beverly Buchanan—Ruins and Rituals and hear how her interests in performance and the body present a corporeal counterpart to Beverly Buchanan's architectural Frustulas and Shacks. Free with museum admission. #ruinsandrituals

Artist’s Eye: Brie Ruais on Beverly Buchanan

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Off for the snow storm but willing to brave the weather? Brooklyn Museum is open today, and tonight's Defending Immigrant Rights: A Brooklyn Call to Action community discussion is still on!

Salsa Party, however, is cancelled but you can join us for our next Salsa Party on March 9.

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Our Brooklyn Museum Teens are back with another Teen Night. Join us for BKM Teen Night: Now You See Me—inspired by Marilyn Minter's #prettydirtybkm and Beverly Buchanan #ruinsandrituals. Our Teen Night Planning Committee members have planned an evening in celebration of the self, creative expression, and discussions around feminism and body politics in this moment. Bring yourself, your...
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This Valentine's Day, individuals with memory loss and their care communities are invited to explore our latest exhibition, Infinite Blue. Our program is free but space is limited. Find more information on Brooklyn Afternoons, part of the Brooklyn Museum’s Access Programs, and register at bit.ly/2jY4oO4 #BKMEducation

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