Linger Later in the galleries and enjoy exciting programs every Thursday evening. Wind down the week with art, music, discussions and performances. All programs are free with Museum admission unless otherwise noted. See below the July highlights:
JULY 4TH – The Museum will be closed in observance of the Independence Day Holiday
JULY 11TH 7:00PM BOOK LAUNCH – The Dinner Party: Judy Chicago and the Power of Popular Feminism, 1970-2007. Author and historian Jane F. Gerhard reads from her book that traces the history of Judy Chicago’s monumental installation. Followed by a conversation with the artist and a book signing.
7:00PM – SUMMER SLOW ART: Slow down and immerse yourself in one of El Anatsui’s monumental installations.
JULY 18TH 6:00-9:00PM – SALSAPARTY: Spice up your night salsa music and dancing. Featuring a lesson and performances by some of Brooklyn’s best salsa dancers.
7:30PM – DROP-IN-DRAWING: All ages welcome, and no experience necessary
JULY 25TH 7:00PM – AUDIOPHILE: Enjoy the 1990s influenced, high intensity sound of the Heliotropes and the punk-infused, pop-rock riffs of The Suzan in evening celebrating women who rock.
7:00PM CURATOR TOUR: Yekaterina Barbash, Assistant Curator of Egyptian Art, leads a tour of the installation “Divine Felines: Cats of Ancient Egypt.”
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