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  • December 9    
    Passionate kids aged 5-12 can learn how to make their own stop motion animation videos in an afternoon workshop led by Chris Mariano.
  • December 11    
    Historian and professor of American History at Le Moyne College, Leigh Fought, paints an alternative portrait of abolitionist and social reformer Frederick Douglass by examining the lives of the...
  • December 12    
    The Paley Center's red carpet-worthy panelists will discuss the ways in which they have used television to inform the audience about the nuts and bolts of fashion as both an industry and art form,...
  • December 13    
    The archivist of the legendary and exclusive club will take us through the club as we explore their collection of weird and mysterious objects and discuss some of the famed people who are members.
  • December 13    
    Contemporary artist Hank Willis Thomas will discuss his We the People series in which he transforms prison uniforms into handmade quilts, exploring how they relate to the works on view in the War and...
  • December 13    
    Thousands of Americans suffered on the HMS Jersey, a British prison ship moored in Wallabout Bay off the coast of Brooklyn, during the Revolutionary War. In his new book, award-winning historian...
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    December 14    
    Robin Campillo, 2017, 140 min
  • December 14    
    This conversation with artists Brendan Fernandes and Aliza Nisenbaum, moderated by Joshua Cohen, Assistant Professor, African Art History, The City College of New York, revisits the work of Amedeo...
  • January 24    
    Join filmmaker Shola Lynch for a screening and discussion of her documentary, "Chisholm ’72: Unbought and Unbossed."
  • January 26    
    This talk, led by Nelly Silagy Benedek, Senior Director of Education, considers the relationship of Amedeo Modigliani’s art to his Jewish identity.  


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