Quiet Please: Recording in Progress

We started off this week with a full round of recordings for The Dinner Party audio tour. This tour, free to our visitors and delivered via cell phone, will feature a range of voices, including curators, educators, scholars, and others.

Judy Chicago dropped by to record the introduction.

Susan Zeller, the Brooklyn Museum’s Assistant Curator for the Arts of the Americas, recorded the piece for the Sacajawea place setting.

Radiah Harper, Vice Director for Education, recorded one of Sojourner Truth’s most famous speeches “Ain’t I a Woman.”

Bob Nardi, our resident sound wizard, set us up and watched over the recordings in progress. Thanks, Bob!