Infinite Island opened nearly three weeks ago at the Brooklyn Museum, and thousands of people have already visited the exhibition. We’ve been getting great feedback – check out what visitors are saying.
Roughly half of the show’s participating artists are back in town for this evening’s Members’ reception, as well as to participate in various panels and discussions taking place at the Museum over the next few weeks. Festivities and events include, of course, our next Target First Saturday on October 6th. That weekend will feature many programs and activities focusing on Infinite Island, so be sure to stop by!
The artists’ return to Brooklyn also offered a great opportunity to organize an informal artists’ talk in the galleries tomorrow, Friday, September 21st. Do you have a question about a work in Infinite Island? Would you like to meet your favorite artist in the exhibition? Beginning at 12:30 PM tomorrow, over a dozen Infinite Island artists will be on-hand in the galleries, ready to discuss their work and receive your questions and comments. One artist will present every half-hour through closing at 5:00 PM, and talks will occur simultaneously on both floors of the exhibition. When you arrive, you can find the final schedule for tomorrow’s talks in the Lobby, or ask for more information at our Visitor Service desk. We look forward to seeing you!
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Tamara Schechter joined the new Exhibitions Division as a Curatorial Assistant in October 2006. Born and raised in Queens, Tamara received her BA in Art History from Barnard College, Columbia University, and has had internships at Sotheby’s, the Frick Art Reference Library, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. As the Exhibitions assistant, Tamara provides curatorial and administrative support to the entire Division, comprised of three Curators, the Exhibitions Manager, and the Interpretive Materials Manager.