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August 25

Bronx StorySLAM

Join the Bronx Museum for a Bronx StorySLAM hosted by The Moth. This StorySLAM theme is ORIGINS: lightbulbs illuminating, shells cracking, cocoons giving way to metamorphosis. Transitions and transformations.

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Corkscrew Festival

CORKSCREW THEATER FESTIVAL is a brand-new festival coming to NYC this August that aims to increase access to production opportunities for a varied

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August 4

First Fridays!

Join The Bronx Museum for an evening of performances throughout the museum by select AIM Artists and music by DJ Asho. This event is held in conjunction with Bronx Calling: The Fourth AIM Biennial.

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August 17

Museum in the Park: Create an Activist Badge

3rd World or Pan-African Button, 1970. Museum of the City of New York, 96.184.46.

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September 1

MetFridays: In-Between Fashion

Celebrate The Costume Institute exhibition Rei Kawakubo / Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between with an evening showcasing the work of student designers, conversations on fashion, art making, and much more! All events are free with Museum admission or a valid student ID.

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Classic Wright: Frank Lloyd Wright In Print

​In celebration of the 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth on June 8th, 1867, Avery Classics has staged an exhibition focusing on publications produced by and devoted to the work of Frank Lloyd Wright.

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July 30

Flor | A 15 Foot Tall Puppet

Beyond the Wall is sponsoring a two-day bi-national art festival in Nogales, Arizona/Sonora this November 24 th -25 th in association with the Morley Avenue Committee, Voices from the Border, and Colectivo Taco de Perro. The 15-foot tall puppets will appear as the centerpiece of the festival, bringing the crowd together at the border wall in a moment of cultural unity.

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August 24

Summer Thursdays: Madame Gandhi

Kiran Gandhi, known by her stage name, Madame Gandhi, is an artist and activist based in Los Angeles. 

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Lina Puerta: Manigua

The Botánico series explores this tension between humanity and the botanical world. Puerta uses artificial plants, designed to create maintenance-free and organized adornments, to mimic the unruly, uncontrollable bounty of weeds.


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