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Jamea Richmond-Edwards (born Detroit, Michigan, 1982; based in Detroit, Michigan). This Water Runs Deep, 2022. Mixed media on canvas with sound: 2 min., 18 sec., 96 in. × 15 ft. (243.8 × 457.2 cm). Courtesy of the artist and Kravets Wehby Gallery

Teen Night: Are We There Yet?

Friday, May 19, 2023

5–7:30 pm

Martha A. and Robert S. Rubin Pavilion, 1st Floor, and Beaux-Arts Court, 3rd Floor

Join us for Teen Night, a teen-led program centered on art and activism! This evening will feature art-making, performances and much more, inspired by A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration. 

Schedule:

5–6 pm Gallery activities: Learn about artworks in A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration during our Teen Pop-Up Talks. Then, join BkM Teens for a community discussion about family histories and migration, titled “From Our Family to Yours.”

5:30–7:15 pm Art-making and food: Enjoy snacks, create your own bracelets and memory boxes, take photos in our photo booth, engage with our Reach Back to Your Roots Tree, and more!

6–7:30 pm Performances: Close out the evening with performances by the New York Alliance Drumline, HDBeenDope, the Brooklyn College Academy Step Team, DJ O-Well, and more—plus an open mic! 

This program is free; registration is encouraged. Open to all teens 14+. Follow #bkmteens on Instagram and Facebook for more details. All participants must abide by our community agreements.

Teen Night is organized by the Teen Night Planning Committee, our paid teen internship in public programming.