Soak in the atmosphere of a historic site while contemplating the art and work of women with artist Jennifer Harley.
An artist-in-residence at Wyckoff House Museum, Harley transforms everyday objects into site-specific works that explore gender, labor and migration. As part of her work at the historic site, she has been delving into the Wyckoff archives and researching Black life in early New York. Workshop participants will have the chance to be inspired by the stories that she has uncovered.
The workshop takes place on Saturday, March 21 at 1 p.m. at 5816 Clarendon Road. The workshop is free and is one of several events happening at the farmhouse that day as part of the monthly Farmhouse Family Day. The historic site will be open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with timed activities throughout the day. For all the specific activities and times see the full details visit the Wyckoff event page online.
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