Brooklyn Museum Announces Adult Public Programs Highlighting Women’s History Month

During March the Brooklyn Museum will present a variety of adult public programs for adults, including an evening jazz performance by Helen Young, a feminist art performance by The Guerrilla Girls, and an artist tour with Raw/Cooked’s Shura Chernozatonskaya. The Museum continues to come alive every Thursday evening starting at 7 p.m. with a series of innovative and engaging programs that embody a Brooklyn state of mind.

Schedule highlights:

THURSDAYS @ 7
Thursday, March 1
Gallery Tour: “Unconventional Women from Ancient Egypt to Twenty-First-Century Brooklyn” Artist Tour: Raw/Cooked artist Shura Chernozatonskaya leads a tour of her site-specific painting installation.

THURSDAYS @ 7
Thursday, March 8
In Conversation: Following a performance by a group of legendary poets and writers, poet and publisher jessica Care moore, the founder of Black Women Rock!, discusses the state of black poetry and literature with painter and author Danny Simmons, the co-creator of Def Poetry Jam. Gallery Tour: African Innovations

Panel Discussion: Women in the Downtown Theater: Producing Your Own Work
Sunday, March 11, 3 p.m.
Moderated by playwright Erin Courtney, this panel explores the work of figures in New York’s downtown experimental theater scene, which include Kelly Copper of Nature Theater of Oklahoma, playwright Sibyl Kempson, Young Jean Lee of Young Jean Lee’s Theater Company, Annie-B Parson of Big Dance Theater, and Tina Satter of Half Straddle.

THURSDAYS @ 7
Thursday, March 15
Gallery Tour: “Seeing the Figure: Nude, Naked, or Undressed?”

Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238-6052
T(718) 638-5000
F(718) 501-6134
www.brooklynmuseum.org

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