Archive for July, 2007

August Programs for EASCFA

First Saturday Events – Saturday, August 4 7:00 p.m. Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Forum, 4th Floor Film screening In The Time of…

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A Place at the Table

On May 19th, an amazing group of women came and celebrated the Center at the event, “A Place at the Table” and it was a…

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The Future of Feminist Art

Thank you Panelists! On Saturday, July 21st, a panel discussion was held in the Forum of the Center on The Future of Feminist Art. Four…

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The Dinner Party Virtual Tour

Following up on this earlier post, I’m happy to say The Dinner Party Virtual Tour has just gone live on our website. The launch of…

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Earlier this week, we installed two striking new photographs in the Museum’s American Identities galleries on the fifth floor, Soldier Claxton and Soldier Mickelson. They…

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Dutch Houses in Brooklyn

When John published his post about his own Dutch house in Brooklyn, he also kindly provided a list of all the Dutch houses in the…

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My Old House

The Brooklyn Museum’s Schenck family houses have had a profound personal effect on me. In 1990, I was the editor for a book on the…

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A final goodby to the darkroom

Last month the last of the darkroom equipment finally left the Museum, nearly 2 years after we shut down the darkroom for good (the darkroom…

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Caribbean Returns

With the Fall season fast approaching Museum staff are deep into preparations for Infinite Island:Contemporary Caribbean Art curated by Tumelo Mosaka, Assistant Curator of Contemporary…

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July Programs — Please Join Us!

Film Screening as part of Brooklyn Museum Summer Movie Series Sunday, July 15 3:00 p.m. Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Forum, 4th Floor…

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A Hipper Crowd of Shushers

  In case you missed it, our very own Sarah Gentile was profiled in Sunday’s New York Times.  The Styles article by Kara Jesella, focuses…

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Kiosk Hardware

Kiosk with custom casing installed in Luce Visible Storage. Over the past several months, colleagues have been asking what kind of hardware is in use…

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So what’s a DAMS and why do we need one?

It was brought to my attention that even my attempt to explain DAMS (“digital asset management system”) fell on the side of jargon and could…

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Thank You Craig Barnes!

  (Elizabeth Sackler & Craig Barnes) We would like to extend a gracious THANK YOU! to our speaker Craig S. Barnes for Saturday’s insightful lecture,…

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Brooklyn Museum on the iPhone

Here’s what the Brooklyn Museum looks like on Apple’s new iPhone. Google, if you are reading this, our renovation was completed in early 2004, so…

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