The Bronx Museum has been a socially conscious artistic resource for the community featuring topical and interesting shows.
|Henry Chalfant - Dondi, 1980, 2013, 2013|
The Bronx Museum of the Arts, also called the Bronx Museum of Art or simply the Bronx Museum is an internationally recognized cultural destination that presents innovative contemporary art exhibitions and education programs and is committed to promoting cross-cultural dialogues for diverse audiences.
|Revolt Min (Rasta RTW), 1979, 2013|
HENRY CHALFANT: ART VS. TRANSIT, 1977-1987 - Widely regarded as one of the most significant documentarians of street art, Henry Chalfant has produced a voluminous body documenting the emergence of the trend since its early days in the Bronx, following its transformation into the international phenomenon it is today. Chalfant’s photographs are a work of visual anthropology and one of the seminal documents of American popular culture in the late twentieth century.
|Skeme Daze, 1982, printed 2013|
WHEN: This Saturday, November 23, 2019, starting at 11:00 AM.
WHERE: The Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1040 Grand Concourse, The Bronx
HOW: GETTING HERE BY SUBWAY
B or D train to 167 St. Walk south two blocks. 4 train to the 161 STREET/YANKEE STADIUM STATION. Walk east three blocks to the Grand Concourse, then, walk north four blocks along Grand Concourse to 165th St.
FREE ADMISSION to all ages.
LUNCH: 12:00 Noon - Bring your own or purchase from local vendors. Group lunch plan will be discussed.
Food Options Nearby:
- Bullpen Deli: 66 E 161st St. (718) 585-8627 (2.5 long blocks)
- Eating Tree: 892 Gerard Ave (718) 293-5025 (2 blocks)
- Bronx Drafthouse: 884 Gerard Ave (929) 265-9759 (2 blocks)
AFTERNOON: 1 PM - Back to sketching the museum
SHOW and TELL: 3 PM. Location to be determined - probably at our lunch spot where we will share our day's drawings and tell stories.
- Bring a stool if you own one. It gives you so many more options.
If you can’t find us
call or text Mark at 973-809-9128
There are no fees. All drawing skill levels are welcome.
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