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Last Look


Last Look

Celebrate a momentous Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend at The Studio Museum in Harlem with four days of art and artists from our final exhibition season in our current building. Make art, explore ideas, and take a last look at "Fictions," "We Go as They," and "Their Own Harlems" as the Museum prepares for an exciting transition!

After January 15, 2018, the Museum’s dynamic exhibitions, events, and programs will be presented at partner sites and satellite locations as part of inHarlem. You’ll find us throughout the neighborhood and beyond as we prepare to construct our new home right here on our current site.


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Friday, January 12

Artists on Artists: Ekphrastic Poetry Reading
5:30–7:30 pm
Poets Joshua Bennett, Desiree Bailey, Marwa Helal, Chanice Hughes-Greenberg, Aracelis Girmay, and Nkosi Nkululeko will activate and respond to artworks in Fictions through a reading of ekphrastic texts in the galleries!
RSVP: http://bit.ly/2AYTDnX

Last Look Mixer
7:30–9 pm
Join us for a festive gathering as we kick off Last Look, a four-day celebration of art and artists from our final exhibition season in our current building.
RSVP: http://bit.ly/2kLf1Gk

Saturday, January 13

Curator-Led Tours
1–5 pm
Join us for four thematic tours led by the Museum’s Curatorial Department! Each tour—which will last approximately 45 minutes—explores a particular theme across the Museum’s exhibitions, and looks at specific artworks in depth.
Learn more: http://bit.ly/2B0oGQ6

Sunday, January 14

Gallery Tour: Fictions
1–2 pm
Join an interactive tour highlighting works on view in Fictions, the fifth in a series of emerging artists’ exhibitions at The Studio Museum in Harlem.
RSVP: http://bit.ly/2BMXtEq

Studio Squared: Time Capsules
1–3 pm
This drop-in writing and reflection station offers Harlem Postcards as a material participants will use to record, collage, and illustrate their ideas about the Studio Museum as a historic and conceptual space.
RSVP: http://bit.ly/2oOyATl

Hands On: Retold and Remixed!
2–4 pm
How might objects found in nature be used to make art? Investigate this question as you use materials inspired by the artwork on view in Fictions.
RSVP: http://bit.ly/2Bhhjbq

Artists on Artists: Fictions
3–5 pm
Join us as exhibiting Fictions artists—including visual narrator and photographer Texas Isaiah, figurative painter Walter Price, and more—discuss representing black personhood across mediums.
RSVP: http://bit.ly/2kMYQZ1

Monday, January 15

Gallery Tour: Exhibition Highlights
1–2 pm
Join us for this one-hour gallery tour highlighting a work of art on view in each of the current exhibitions.
RSVP: http://bit.ly/2BIGlQb

Artists on Artists: Performing Fictions
1–4 pm
Sable Elyse Smith, Sherrill Roland, and Richard Kennedy perform in the galleries and activate artworks on view in Fictions through socially-engaged conversation, poetry, music, and movement.
RSVP: http://bit.ly/2BIAvhL

Hands On: Harlem Dreams, Legends, and Legacy
2–6 pm
What do you dream for Harlem? Celebrate the vibrant community that is Harlem through a selection of art-making workshops, including Teen Photo Studio, Time Capsules, Mixed-Media Art, Scavenger Hunt, and In-Gallery Collage!
RSVP: http://bit.ly/2Bhktfi

Gallery Tour: Exhibition Highlights
4–5 pm
Join us for this one-hour gallery tour highlighting a work of art on view in each of the current exhibitions.
RSVP: http://bit.ly/2kkI0kU

Black Spatial Cultural Memory: Julie Mehretu, Mabel O. Wilson, and American Artist in Conversation
4–6 pm
In this program, Their Own Harlems exhibiting artist Julie Mehretu, architect and scholar Mabel O. Wilson, and visual artist American Artist explore the roles of architecture, digital art, and photography in creating and preserving black cultural memory.
RSVP: http://bit.ly/2D70L2U

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