Showing posts with label BROOKLYN MUSEUM. Show all posts
Showing posts with label BROOKLYN MUSEUM. Show all posts

Monday, December 08, 2014

EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS NEW YORK CITY PREMIERE

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STARS HEAD TO BROOKLYN MUSEUM
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Julianna Margulies



Christian Bale And Sibi Blazic



Aaron Paul



Ben Mendelsohn



The stars came out for Exodus: Gods and Kings premiere at The Brooklyn Museum presented by Twentieth Century Fox and RealD last night in Brooklyn New York.



Tuesday, April 22, 2014

BROOKLYN MUSEUM HAS STREET ART CONVERSATION

The Brooklyn Museum



On Thursday, April 24 at 7 p.m. the Brooklyn Museum presents In Conversation: Brooklyn Street Art. Brooklyn Street Art founders Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo lead a dynamic, multimedia conversation that explores the evolution of street art stories as told by the earliest graffiti writers to today’s D.I.Y. artists. They’ll reveal secret backgrounds, show what stylistic themes are recurring today, and hint at the future of street art in New York.



They are joined in conversation by artists Swoon and Luna Park, and curator Keith Schweitzer.



A reception with a DJ, cash bar, and a guest-inclusive art-making project will follow. Presented in conjunction with the site-specific installation Swoon: Submerged Motherlands, on view from April 11 to August 24 in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery on the 5th Floor.



Tickets are $12; include Museum general admission and can be purchased at www.museumtix.com. Free for Museum Members; to reserve please email membership@brooklynmuseum.org.



About the participants:




Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo are the Founders of the influential art blog BrooklynStreetArt.com. Proud New Yorkers, artists, and cultural workers for more than twenty-five years, both are experts on the evolving street art scene in New York as well as globally. With daily postings on Brooklyn Street Art (BSA), over 175 articles on The Huffington Post, and tens of thousands of followers on social media, the two have shown and discussed street art, graffiti, murals, and public art in more than 100 cities over the last few years.