The Brooklyn Museum will present a variety of public programs for adults, teens and kids in September. Public programs include talks, late night events, performances, screenings and hands-on workshops for children and adults that amplify the Museum’s exhibitions and permanent collection.
Here are a few events from the Museum’s September lineup:
Thursday, September 11th, 7-9 p.m.
BEAT Festival Opening Night
The opening night of the annual BEAT festival features artists and performers performing throughout the Museum. Artists include Aja Money, Bed-Stuy Veterans, Kyla Ernst-Alper & Maxx Passion.
Saturday, September 13th, 2 p.m.
Discussion: “Attica: Then and Now”
Stories from incarcerated persons, their families, advocates, and journalists about the history of abuse and mistreatment at New York’s most infamous prison, and how it symbolizes an excessively punitive correctional system.
Thursday, September 25th, 7 p.m.
Workshop: “Power Shift: Becoming an Artist Entrepreneur”
The first in a series of talks and professional development activities for artists and designers looking to brand, build, and grow their creative enterprises.
Visit The Brooklyn Museum’s calendar for a full list of upcoming events.
(Photo Courtesy: Steven Schreiber)