Brooklyn Museum

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Prospect Heights

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    Brooklyn Museum

  • Wendy Connett

    Brooklyn Museum

  • Wendy Connett

    Brooklyn Museum

  • Wendy Connett

    Brooklyn Museum

  • Wendy Connett

    Brooklyn Museum

Wendy Connett

Brooklyn Museum

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  • Address:

    Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Pkwy
    Prospect Heights
    Brooklyn

  • Cross Street:

    at Washington Ave

  • Venue phone:

    718-638-5000

  • Venue website:

    brooklynmuseum.org

  • Opening hours:

    Wed, Fri–Sun 11am–6pm; Thu 11am–10pm

  • Transport:

    Subway: 2, 3 to Eastern Pkwy–Brooklyn Museum

  • Price:

    Suggested donation $12, seniors and students $8, children under 12 free. First Saturday of every month 5–11pm free.

  • Map

    1. Brooklyn Museum
      • 200 Eastern Pkwy
        Prospect Heights
        Brooklyn
      • 718-638-5000
      • brooklynmuseum.org
      • 40.67124,-73.963834

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"African Innovations"

History, Installation

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This long-term installation draws on the museum's impressive collection of African art, which spans 2,500 years and the entire continent. Approximately 200 works, arranged chronologically, will show the progression of ancient art to contemporary works...

"African Innovations"
  1. Until Wed Dec 31
  2. Brooklyn Museum
  3. Suggested donation $12, seniors and stud...
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Brooklyn Children's Book Fair

Things to Do, Literature

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The fifth annual fair will have tots discovering works from authors and illustrators that live right in Brooklyn or write about the borough. More than 30 new stories will be featured, with Kate Hosford (Big Bouffant), Laura Ljungkvist (Follow the Line...

  1. Sat Nov 15
  2. Brooklyn Museum
  3. Free with museum admission
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"Crossing Brooklyn: Art from Bushwick, Bed-Stuy and Beyond"

Art

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Among other things, this survey of current art from the Borough of Kings confirms the obvious: That Brooklyn is now the primary home of New York City's artistic community. That much has been plainly evident for more than 20 years, and while this is isn't...

"Crossing Brooklyn: Art from Bushwick, Bed-Stuy and Beyond"
  1. Fri Oct 3 – Wed Dec 31
  2. Brooklyn Museum
  3. Suggested donation $12, seniors and stud...
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"Divine Felines: Cats of Ancient Egypt"

Art

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The ancient Egyptians didn't need no stinkin' Internet to make cats a cultural trope: The animals were believed to have been first domesticated in the Land of the Pharaohs, and they were represented almost everywhere and in practically every speciation,...

"Divine Felines: Cats of Ancient Egypt"
  1. Wed Sep 3 – Sun Nov 30
  2. Brooklyn Museum
  3. Suggested donation $12, seniors and stud...
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"Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe"

Design

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People—women and men alike—can't seem to get enough of high heels, and the higher the heel, the more likely that it will attract attention. That ability to captivate is the driving principle behind this show, which argues that, whatever the sexual connotations...

"Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe"
  1. Wed Sep 10 – Wed Dec 31
  2. Brooklyn Museum
  3. Suggested donation $12, seniors and stud...
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"Judith Scott—Bound and Unbound"

Sculpture, Mixed media

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What is it finally that defines art, that elusive term which lifts the mere fact of creation to an act of genius? That's been the challenge posed by self-taught artists. The work of Judith Scott (1943-2005)—a deaf and functionally mute person with Down...

"Judith Scott—Bound and Unbound"
  1. Fri Oct 24 – Wed Dec 31
  2. Brooklyn Museum
  3. Suggested donation $12, seniors and stud...
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