Friday, September 28
6:30pm to 9:00pm
Bronx Stories: Young Lords
North Wing Lobby and
Join us to celebrate the Young Lords movement with a very special Bronx
Stories event! Host Professor Johanna Fernandez and presenters Felipe
Luciano, Denise Oliver-Velez, and Minerva Solla will lead a
tour of the galleries, sharing stories and poems about the Bronx, the Young
Lords movement, and their perspectives on selected artworks in the
exhibitions: Urban Archives: The Rituals of Chaos, Bronx Lab: Style
Wars, and revolution not televised. Afterward, make your voice
heard in our open forum! Welcome remarks by Donald Rubin and special
performance by Rebel Diaz.
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made possible through the support of the Simón Bolívar Foundation. Bronx
Stories: Young Lords is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, a
Federal Agency, and El Partners.
Exhibitions on view at The
Bronx Museum of the Arts
Urban Archives: The Rituals
A group exhibition named after Carlos Monsivais' book of the same title.
Bronx Lab: Style Wars
Style Wars, a group exhibition about graffiti, includes painting,
drawings, prints, sculpture, video and a site-specific project.
revolution not televised
Works by contemporary Cuban artists from the Bronx Museum Permanent
Collection, and from private collections.
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