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(718) 206-0545 Ext. 13
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Migrations (Through March 25th)

King Manor Museum 150-03 Jamaica Avenue (Rufus King Park), Jamaica

“I will be displaying my solo exhibition, Migrations, at King Manor Museum using two period rooms (bedroom, parlor and adjacent hallway). I will be using the themes of roses and weaving. These works will communicate visually and metaphorically within the…

Free

Hands On History: Supreme Black History

King Manor Museum 150-03 Jamaica Avenue (Rufus King Park), Jamaica

Happy Black History Month!   Come celebrate with us as we highlight Thurgood Marshall, the first Black Supreme Court Justice and lawyer in the Brown v Board of Education court case (1954), and current Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson,…

Recurring

Migrations (Through March 25th)

King Manor Museum 150-03 Jamaica Avenue (Rufus King Park), Jamaica

“I will be displaying my solo exhibition, Migrations, at King Manor Museum using two period rooms (bedroom, parlor and adjacent hallway). I will be using the themes of roses and weaving. These works will communicate visually and metaphorically within the…

Free

Hands On History: Supreme Black History

King Manor Museum 150-03 Jamaica Avenue (Rufus King Park), Jamaica

Happy Black History Month! Come celebrate with us as we highlight Thurgood Marshall, the first Black Supreme Court Justice and lawyer in the Brown v Board of Education court case (1954), and current Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, the…

Free

Create & Chat with Julia D. Shaw

King Manor Museum 150-03 Jamaica Avenue (Rufus King Park), Jamaica

We will be joined by the talented Julia D. Shaw to decorate flowerpots for the Spring! Using African print textiles, you and a child in your care will work together to create a beautiful, one-of-a-kind piece of art to take…

$27.28

Black History Month Create & Chat with Julia D. Shaw

King Manor Museum 150-03 Jamaica Avenue (Rufus King Park), Jamaica

We will be joined by the talented Julia D. Shaw to decorate flowerpots for the Spring! Using African print textiles, you and a child in your care will work together to create a beautiful, one-of-a-kind piece of art to take…

$25
Recurring

Migrations (Through March 25th)

King Manor Museum 150-03 Jamaica Avenue (Rufus King Park), Jamaica

“I will be displaying my solo exhibition, Migrations, at King Manor Museum using two period rooms (bedroom, parlor and adjacent hallway). I will be using the themes of roses and weaving. These works will communicate visually and metaphorically within the…

Free

Recurring

Migrations (Through March 25th)

King Manor Museum 150-03 Jamaica Avenue (Rufus King Park), Jamaica

“I will be displaying my solo exhibition, Migrations, at King Manor Museum using two period rooms (bedroom, parlor and adjacent hallway). I will be using the themes of roses and weaving. These works will communicate visually and metaphorically within the…

Free
Recurring

Migrations (Through March 25th)

King Manor Museum 150-03 Jamaica Avenue (Rufus King Park), Jamaica

“I will be displaying my solo exhibition, Migrations, at King Manor Museum using two period rooms (bedroom, parlor and adjacent hallway). I will be using the themes of roses and weaving. These works will communicate visually and metaphorically within the…

Free
Recurring

Migrations (Through March 25th)

King Manor Museum 150-03 Jamaica Avenue (Rufus King Park), Jamaica

“I will be displaying my solo exhibition, Migrations, at King Manor Museum using two period rooms (bedroom, parlor and adjacent hallway). I will be using the themes of roses and weaving. These works will communicate visually and metaphorically within the…

Free
Recurring

Migrations (Through March 25th)

King Manor Museum 150-03 Jamaica Avenue (Rufus King Park), Jamaica

“I will be displaying my solo exhibition, Migrations, at King Manor Museum using two period rooms (bedroom, parlor and adjacent hallway). I will be using the themes of roses and weaving. These works will communicate visually and metaphorically within the…

Free

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