On the (Queer) Waterfront: Brooklyn Histories
On the (Queer) Waterfront: Brooklyn Histories is a scatter-site-specific investigation of the queer histories of the beloved borough where the museum got its start. Through a series of performances, talks, community gatherings, and related events, it will explore the waterfronts and the stories they hold, starting new conversations about the queer history and contemporary life of Brooklyn.
On the (Queer) Waterfront: Brooklyn Histories Timeline
Friday, Oct 11th – Dangerous When Wet: MIX Screening at Union Docs
Sunday, Oct. 13th – An Impalpable Sustenance: a site-specific audio work starting at Columbia Heights and Cranberry Street. Artists on site from 2-5PM.
Saturday, Oct 19th – Queering Planning Practice for a More Inclusive City at Brooklyn Pride Center
Saturday, Oct 26th – Justin Sayre’s A Rite Of Water: An American Passion Play at Jalopy