AWARENESS YES ! 718-783-3465
Time: January 5, 2019 from 5pm to 10pm
Location: BROOKLYN MUSEUM
Street: 200 EASTERN PARKWAY
City/Town: BROOKLYN, NY
Website or Map: http://WWW.TEMPLEOFILLUMINATI…
Phone: 718-783-3465 / 347-760-8147
Event Type: live, performances
Organized By: DR.NATURAL
Latest Activity: Jan 5, 2019
Let's meet at Brooklyn Museum tonite 7 pm - 10 pm
200 Eastern Parkway BKLYN, NY
This a free event.
January 5, 2019 New Year, New Futures
MUSIC: N0VA TREK
N0VA Trek is a dynamic duo of soulful singer-songwriters who transport us with their futuristic sound that merges rock, hip-hop, and R&B.
ARTIST AND CURATOR TOUR: ROB WYNNE: FLOAT
Rob Wynne and Margarita Karasoulas, Assistant Curator of American Art, take you on a journey through the artist's mirrored glass interventions in our American Art galleries.
Create your own mixed-media mobile, inspired by the work of Betye Saar in Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power. 330 free tickets in Hands-On Art line at Admissions at 5 pm.
BOOK CLUB: DARIUS BOST’S EVIDENCE OF BEING
Author Darius Bost is joined by artist Tiona McClodden to celebrate the release of his new book, Evidence of Being, which focuses on the role of community for gay Black men in the face of apparent government abandonment during the AIDS epidemic. 30 free tickets in Forum line at Admissions at 5 pm.
FILM: THE FOREIGNER’S HOME
The Foreigner’s Home (Rian Brown and Geoff Pingree, 2018, 57 min.) explores Toni Morrison’s exhibition of the same name, presented in 2006 at the Louvre. The film features animation, interviews, and archival footage, with Morrison narrating and guiding us through meditations on race, identity, "foreigness," and art's redemptive power. 330 free tickets in Auditorium line at Admissions at 5 pm.
DANCE: BROOKLYN DANCE FESTIVAL
Brooklyn Dance Festival showcases the borough’s emerging talent, artists who push boundaries and imagine new possibilities for movement into the future. Tonight’s performances are followed by a movement workshop.
TEEN POP-UP GALLERY TALKS
Teen Apprentices host ten-minute talks about artworks on view in Half the Picture: A Feminist Look at the Collection.
Enjoy readings by poets Ama Codjoe, Kyla Marshell, and S. Erin Batiste, who identify as activists and use their words to envision new ways of being in the world. Presented in partnership with Cave Canem Foundation, committed to cultivating the artistic and professional growth of Black poets. Seating is limited and first come, first served. Please arrive early.
DJ Bembona is a born-and-bred Brooklynite of Panamanian and Puerto Rican descent who focuses on music of the Latinx and African diasporas.
COMMUNITY TALK: A FUTURE FOR IMMIGRANTS, KNOW YOUR RIGHTS FORUM
What can we do to create safe, welcoming spaces for immigrant communities? The Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs leads a Know Your Rights Forum on how to build solidarity with those at risk for police and government harassment and to prevent the deportation and destruction of families and communities. Seating is limited and first come, first served. Please arrive early.
Timothy DuWhite’s Neptune imagines a space for those who have been labeled “too difficult” to properly love. Follow Wayne's journey as he uncovers a world beyond what he knows as a Black, queer, HIV-positive boy. Neptune was developed through the Dixon Place Artist-in-Residence Program, and commissioned by and first presented at Dixon Place in NYC with public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts and private funds from the Jerome Foundation. 330 free tickets in Auditorium line at Admissions at 7 pm.
MUSIC: YOUNG PARIS
Born in France to Congolese parents and now based in New York, Young Paris is redefining EDM with his innovative Afrobeats.