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Byron Kim (American, born 1961). Sunday Painting 2/18/07, 2007. Acrylic and gouache on canvas, mounted on panel, 14 × 14 in. (35.6 × 35.6 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Gift of the Contemporary Art Council in honor of Eugenie Tsai and Patrick Amsellem, 2011.37.1. © Byron Kim/ Courtesy James Cohan Gallery, New York/SHANGHAI. (Photo: Brooklyn Museum)

Virtual Teacher Workshop: Art-Making as Reflection

Tuesday, July 13, and Wednesday, July 14, 11 am–12:30 pm

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Examine how artists use exploratory writing, collage, and archival research to connect their lived experiences to history in this two-day professional development workshop.

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Byron Kim (American, born 1961). Sunday Painting 2/18/07, 2007. Acrylic and gouache on canvas, mounted on panel, 14 × 14 in. (35.6 × 35.6 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Gift of the Contemporary Art Council in honor of Eugenie Tsai and Patrick Amsellem, 2011.37.1. © Byron Kim/ Courtesy James Cohan Gallery, New York/SHANGHAI. (Photo: Brooklyn Museum)

Virtual Teacher Workshop: Art-Making as Reflection

Tuesday, July 13, and Wednesday, July 14, 11 am–12:30 pm

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Examine how artists use exploratory writing, collage, and archival research to connect their lived experiences to history in this two-day professional development workshop.

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Yorùbá artist. Egúngún Masquerade Dance Costume (paka egúngún), circa 1920–48. Lekewọgbẹ compound, Ògbómọ̀ṣọ́, Ọ̀yọ́ State, Nigeria. Cotton, wool, wood, silk, synthetic textiles (including viscose rayon and acetate), indigo dye, aluminum, 58 × 7 × 70 in. (147.3 × 17.8 × 177.8 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Gift of Sam Hilu, 1998.125. (Photo: Brooklyn Museum)

Virtual Teacher Workshop: The Life of Objects

Tuesday, July 27, and Wednesday, July 28, 11 am–12:30 pm

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Learn about the varied ways works of art move from their communities of origin into museum collections in this two-day professional development workshop.

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Yorùbá artist. Egúngún Masquerade Dance Costume (paka egúngún), circa 1920–48. Lekewọgbẹ compound, Ògbómọ̀ṣọ́, Ọ̀yọ́ State, Nigeria. Cotton, wool, wood, silk, synthetic textiles (including viscose rayon and acetate), indigo dye, aluminum, 58 × 7 × 70 in. (147.3 × 17.8 × 177.8 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Gift of Sam Hilu, 1998.125. (Photo: Brooklyn Museum)

Virtual Teacher Workshop: The Life of Objects

Tuesday, July 27, and Wednesday, July 28, 11 am–12:30 pm

Online

Learn about the varied ways works of art move from their communities of origin into museum collections in this two-day professional development workshop.

Read more