On Thursday, the second of three performances featuring all-Latinx artists, in collaboration with their Radical Women exhibition, will take place.
Radical Women shares the work of 120 Latin American and Latina artists from 15 different countries during times of intense political and social unrest.
The actor’s trade is always a deception, creating the appearance of authenticity.
The canonical work of feminist art served as inspiration for 11 mini-operas written, composed, developed, and designed by NYU students.
Mick Rock, the director of many of Bowie’s best-known videos, will share stories and a previously unreleased video.
Over 60 protesters from 20 community groups rallied at the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden demanding the beloved institutions play a role in safeguarding their local communities.
At the Brooklyn Museum, a group of artists will trace the influence of political satire to the great ancient Greek playwright Aristophanes.
Nineteen organizations have signed a letter calling on the Brooklyn Museum to form a “decolonization commission” after another letter to the institution last week went largely ignored.
Anti-gentrification activists are calling on the museum to create a “Decolonization Commission” after a controversial curatorial hire.
CareForce One Travelogues focuses on an American experience that’s not often in the foreground of popular culture: caregiving.
“Mecca is in a constant cycle of construction and deconstruction — it’s as if change is the only constant.”
The museum has devised a whole range of ways to entice visitors into shelling out cash for the hotly anticipated exhibition devoted to the late superstar.