Archive for April, 2008

ArtShare takes Silver!

ArtShare, the Brooklyn Museum’s Facebook application just won a Silver award in the Online Presence category of the American Association of Museums MUSE awards. We…

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Pia Lindman’s Soapbox Event

Free speech: some of us utilize it more than others, babbling faster than the speed of light. While others, meek as mice, prefer to keep our words to…

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What is a book?

On April 5th we had our second talk in a series of discussions to commemorate the 185th anniversary of the founding of the Library. The…

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Feminist Voice in Dance

Sackler Center intern Lauren Nixon was invited to write for the Joyce Theater’s blog as this month’s Students Talks contributor! As both a dancer and…

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Cosplay Costume Contest Winner!

Photos by Leah Golubchick I am excited to announce Dawn Mostow as the winner of our Cosplay Costume Contest that was held at Target First…

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Celebrating Spring in the Japanese Style

Stepping out of the Eastern Parkway subway station this morning, I was greeted by the most amazing sight: the cherry trees in front of the…

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Getting the party started…

Photo courtesy mayotic via the Brooklyn Museum Group on Flickr. All Rights Reserved. As Tamara noted, one of the most interesting things about putting on…

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Love and Pop Symposium

This Saturday, April 12, to celebrate our two exhibits of Japanese art we will host an academic symposium entitled “Love and Pop: Contemporary Visual Cultures…

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The Elizabeth A. Sackler Center’s First Year Anniversary

The Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art celebrated its one year anniversary on March 15th, 2007 during Women’s History with some truly amazing and…

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© MURAKAMI Preparations!

With just a day left before the opening of © MURAKAMI, installation has wrapped up here at the Brooklyn Museum. We will be presenting nearly…

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The Making of “Mr. Pointy Comes to Brooklyn”

Has everyone seen the fantastic work the Indianapolis Museum of Art is doing on their YouTube channel? It’s hard to miss and we’ve been watching…

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Traffic and lots of it…

We are very happy everyone is logging in to evaluate submissions for Click! A Crowd-Curated Exhibition, but our technical resources are a bit unmatched for…

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