The Council for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum is staging a one-night-only celebration of Ruth Bader Ginsburg with dramatic readings of some of the late Supreme Court Justice's most important opinions and arguments.
While you wait for the Brooklyn Museum to reopen later this summer you can take a virtual tour through the past with a series of historic interior images.
You can't head there in person but Brooklyn Museum is inviting everyone to join a virtual party debuting this Saturday.
The installation next to the Domino Sugar Refinery features 16 blue shipping containers stacked on top of each other.
Spend an afternoon surrounded by art and seasonal sounds with a concert by the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra.
A new exhibition showcases the work of the French-born artist JR, including a giant mural with portraits of more than 1,000 New Yorkers, our sister publication Brooklyn paper reports.
Children can get their artistic juices flowing with the "Bring the Cool" family festival this weekend at the Brooklyn Museum.
“Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving,” the largest U.S. exhibition in a decade devoted to the influential Mexican painter, will open on February 8.
Celebrate the work of black artists with a night of performances from Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber.
The exhibition, on view at the Brooklyn Museum through February 3, is the latest in a recent profusion of museum exhibitions that address the inadequate representation of African-American artists.