Music: Locos por Juana
Jam with Grammy-nominated Locos por Juana as they fuse Latin and Caribbean rhythms in a high-energy performance. Presented in partnership with Carnegie Hall’s Neighborhood Concert Series.
Community Talk: Movimiento Cosecha
Movimiento Cosecha hosts a conversation on mobilizing for immigrant rights. Get involved on a local and national level as part of their citywide gathering of undocumented youth. Cosecha, which means “harvest” in Spanish, is a nonviolent movement fighting for protection and dignity for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.
Curator Tour: Proof
Join exhibition curator Sara Softness for a look at Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo.
Teen Pop-Up Talks
Teen Apprentices host ten-minute talks in English and Spanish about works of art that honor Latinx history in our collection.
Roll, pinch, and score your own clay vessel, inspired by North and Central American vessels.
Preview salsa season at the Brooklyn Museum! Balmir Latin Dance Company hosts a salsa party with lessons (6:30 pm), social dancing, and performances by Brooklyn’s best Latin dance teams.
Music: Batalá New York
Catch the samba-reggae beats of the female percussionists of Batalá New York.
Film: The Holy Mountain
The New York Latino Film Festival and Little Cinema present an immersive screening of cult-classic surrealist film The Holy Mountain (Alejandro Jodorowsky, 1973, 115 min.) featuring live performances. Recommended for adult audiences.
Music: Ministerio de la Parranda
Legendary producer and DJ Geko Jones joins forces with performing artist La Chiquita Brujita and DJ Big Nito to celebrate an international community of artists, DJs, and collectives producing the best tropical music from Brooklyn to Barranquilla.
Pop-Up Poetry: Cave Canem
Darrel Alejandro Holnes and Jessica Lanay Moore read poems that traverse literary styles and transcend borders. Presented in partnership with Cave Canem Foundation, committed to cultivating the artistic and professional growth of black poets.
Join us for engaging and eclectic free art and entertainment every month (except September), 5–11 p.m. Happy Hour is 5–7 p.m.
In 2017, Target First Saturdays highlight female-identified and gender-nonconforming artists as part of A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum.
Some Target First Saturday programs take place in more intimate locations, so you’ll need a ticket. Lines often form one hour before ticket distribution at the Admissions Desk. Members can pick up tickets from our Membership Desk while supplies last. We do our best to keep listings as up-to-date as possible, but sometimes last-minute program changes are unavoidable.
Made possible by the Wallace Foundation Community Programs Fund, established by the Wallace Foundation, with additional support from DLA Piper US LLP, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The Ellis A. Gimbel Trust, National Grid, and other donors.