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On Tuesday evenings through September 3, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is open until 9 pm for Summer Tuesdays, offering music and refreshments in the museum rotunda in addition to exhibitions on view in the galleries. Conversations, performances, and other programs enhance opportunities for visitors to engage with the museum and the Frank Lloyd Wright–designed building that is celebrating 60 years as an architectural icon in 2019.
Taking place in The Wright restaurant on select Tuesdays, the conversation series Summer of Know returns to the Guggenheim this summer. Featuring artists and practitioners in dialogue about urgent issues such as climate change and environmental justice (August 6), Asian American subjectivity in pop culture (August 13), and housing rights (September 3), this program is free for members and students.
Summer of Know is supported in part by Moleskine.
Tickets are available exclusively on-site at the admissions desk on the day of the event starting at 5 pm and include same-day museum admission.
For more information, visit guggenheim.org/event/event_series/summer-of-know.
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