Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn Museum
04/23/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
"The African-American contribution to feminism was, and is, profound. Simply to say so — to make an abstract, triumphalist claim — is easy, but inadequate. It fails to take the measure of lived history. The curators of 'We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85' do better than that just by doing their homework." —Holland Cotter on #wewantedarevolution
The AfricanAmerican contribution to feminism was and is profound Simply to say

To Be Black, Female and Fed Up With the Mainstream

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Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn Museum
04/21/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
There are still spots available in tomorrow's Art of Yoga! Get yours before they fill up!
There are still spots available in tomorrow's Art of Yoga Get yours before they fill up

Art of Yoga at the Brooklyn Museum

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Jeanie Lijoi
Kristen Johnson
Mary Pachnos
Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn Museum
04/21/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
Unable to attend today's groundbreaking Symposium: We Wanted a Revolution? Tune live in between 11:30am—6pm ET. #wewantedarevolution
Unable to attend todays groundbreaking Symposium We Wanted a Revolution Tune live

Symposium: We Wanted a Revolution by Brooklyn Museum

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Lori Hirt
PJ Barnes
Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn Museum
04/21/2017 at 13:30. Facebook
Focusing on the work of black women artists, We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 examines the political, social, cultural, and aesthetic priorities of women of color during the emergence of second-wave feminism.

Open today, you can join the revolution, now through September 17! #wewantedarevolution
Focusing on the work of black women artists We Wanted a Revolution

We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85

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Dee Bell
Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn Museum
04/19/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
"A new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum is challenging the traditional feminist narrative by giving voice to women of color that were largely left out of the mainstream dialogue." — Creators on #wewantedarevolution
A new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum is challenging the traditional feminist

A New Exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum Explores Feminism Through The Lens of Women of Color

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Azania Tripp
Jessica Elizabeth
Farah Haddad Medarbi
Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn Museum
04/17/2017 at 14:48. Facebook
Celebrate the opening of our latest exhibition We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 with a daylong symposium featuring curators, artists from the exhibition, and related scholars. Join us this Friday and discover brand-new scholarship about art made during this period and hear directly from some of the most important living black women artists about what it was like to create...
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Symposium: We Wanted a Revolution

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Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn Museum
04/16/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
"For seven decades, Georgia O’Keeffe was a major figure in American art, while staying true to her own vision of essential, abstract forms in nature. The Brooklyn Museum has put together an extraordinary exhibition on the exploration of her identity—both in the studio and beyond—examining how she used clothing to shape her public persona. On display until July 23, this exhibit is not to be...
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For seven decades Georgia OKeeffe was a major figure in American art

20 Ways to Get Inspired by Georgia O'Keefe's Art | Domino

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#ArtofYoga hosted by Flavorpill returns next Saturday! Grab a spot and reach for some inner peace. Tickets at bit.ly/2oyPfZ2
ArtofYoga hosted by Flavorpill returns next Saturday Grab a spot and reach

Art of Yoga

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We’re so excited for our newest exhibition "We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85" that we’re celebrating its opening with four days of programming. Join us April 20-23 for Opening Celebration: We Wanted a Revolution and honor these groundbreaking black women artists!

Visit bit.ly/wwaropening for details, schedules, and tickets, and join us for the revolution! #wewantedarevolution
Were so excited for our newest exhibition We Wanted a Revolution Black
artnet includes "We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85" on their list of 25 museum exhibitions to see this spring.
artnet includes We Wanted a Revolution Black Radical Women 196585 on their

25 Museum Exhibitions You Should See This Spring | artnet News

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Caro Berenguer
Our monthly #SalsaParty returns this Thursday night! Dance in spring with some of Brooklyn's best Latin dance teams.
Our monthly SalsaParty returns this Thursday night Dance in spring with some

Salsa Party

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Marisol Elis
Sylwia Wieczerynska
Rose Schipano
“'Living Modern' makes clear that O’Keeffe’s style was not ancillary to her genius but fundamental to it." — The New Yorker on #okeeffemodern

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Living Modern makes clear that OKeeffes style was not ancillary to her

Georgia O’Keeffe’s Powerful Personal Style

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Julien Jett
Highlights from the 2017 Brooklyn Artists Ball and Dance Party. More photos to come!
Highlights from the 2017 Brooklyn Artists Ball and Dance Party More photos to come
Tonight's the night! Show up and get down as we celebrate this year's #bkartistsball honorees Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz.

Get your tickets at bit.ly/artistsballafterparty

Dress Blue! Complimentary wine and beer—must be 21+ to attend.
Tonights the night Show up and get down as we celebrate this

Brooklyn Artists Ball Dance Party

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Join land artist Patricia Johanson next Saturday for an intimate look at Georgia O'Keeffe's aesthetic persona in #okeeffemodern.
Join land artist Patricia Johanson next Saturday for an intimate look at

Artist's Eye: Patricia Johanson on Georgia O'Keeffe

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Want some revolutionary weekend reading? Don't miss Village Voice's feature of our upcoming exhibition "We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85."

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Want some revolutionary weekend reading Dont miss Village Voices feature of our

Revolutionary Sisters: Artwork Forged in the Crucible of Battles Over Feminism

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Our friend Swoon is returning for one night only to set up shop in the Brooklyn Artists Ball Dance Party. Previously presented in Long Island City, Los Angeles, and Miami, Pearly’s Beauty Shop is a full service unisex shop art installation where artists will do you up before you dance it out. Get your tickets while they last! Link in bio.
Our friend Swoon is returning for one night only to set up

Brooklyn Artists Ball Dance Party April 2017

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Are you free Saturday Night? We are! Join us for Target First Saturdays: Beyond the Blues and experience the color blue with our evening packed with music, performance, dance, film, lectures, art-making and more!
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Ilka Selby
Build your own art collection *and* support the Brooklyn Museum with these limited edition prints by artists Derrick Adams, Todd James, and Nathaniel Mary Quinn, made in celebration of the 2017 Brooklyn Artists Ball. Pick one up while they last!
Build your own art collection and support the Brooklyn Museum with these

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Target First Saturdays: Beyond the Blues is around the corner. Here's some sartorial inspiration for your April look—via The New York Times and our stylish community of visitors. #firstsaturdaysbkm
Target First Saturdays Beyond the Blues is around the corner Heres some

What 8 New Yorkers Wore to First Saturday at the Brooklyn Museum - The New York Times

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Amanda Schulman Brokaw