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The Bronx Museum at Home: Sharing Stories

Introducing Bronx Museum at Home: Sharing Stories! Sharing Stories are videos that highlight narratives from museum exhibits and events and from around the Bronx and New York City. 

 

Explore our other online content: Art Studio | Guided Tours | Meet the Artist

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A video featured in the Bronx Museum's Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch exhibit. Based on a graphic novel by John Jennings in collaboration with David Brame and Esperanza Bey. Soundtrack by Moon Medicine. Animation by Dan Rowe. 

A video featured in the Bronx Museum's Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch exhibit.

At our special November 1 Family Affair celebrating the Mexican holiday Día de Muertos, the band Son Pecadores shared traditional son jarocho music from Veracruz!

In this Staff Story, Jasmine Wahi, Holly Block Social Justice Curator, discusses one of her favorite works in the Museum's collection, Jamel Shabazz's A Time of Innocence. 

 

You can also watch Teen Council's interview with Jamel Shabazz on our Meet the Artist page.

In this Staff Story, Patrick Rowe, Director of Education, discusses the Bronx Museum's Darkwater collaboration with Tim Rollins and K.O.S. and I.S. 218 (2016).

Nell Klugman, Education Programs Manager, shares one of her favorite pieces from the Museum's collection, Glenn Ligon's Runaways, as seen in the 2018 exhibition Dialogues: Tim Rollins & K.O.S. and Glenn Ligon.

 

In this Staff Story, Olivia Pohl, the Museum's Executive Coordinator, shares her experience of the exhibit The Life and Times of Alvin Baltrop.

In summer 2019, our Teen Summer participants conducted interviews to mark the 50-year anniversary of three cultural groups that emerged in New York City and continue to have lasting impact. This segment features an interview with Gonzalo Casals, then Executive Director of the Leslie-Lohman Museum. Leslie-Lohman is the only art museum to exhibit and preserve artwork that speaks about the LGBTQ experience.

In summer 2019, our Teen Summer participants conducted interviews to mark the 50-year anniversary of three cultural groups that emerged in New York City and continue to have lasting impact. This segment features interviews with Hiram Maristany and Miguel Luciano. Maristany is co-founder and photographer of the Young Lords in New York. Luciano is the creator of Mapping Resistance: The Young Lords in El Barrio, a public art project featuring Maristany’s photographs installed in East Harlem neighborhoods where Young Lord actions took place.

 

We Are All Agents of Change, created by Teen Council and Teen Summer, explores what civic engagement looks like in The Bronx and beyond and how youth can get involved! This segment features interviews with Jennesy Herrera and Michael Paul Britto.

Part two of We Are All Agents of Change, created by Teen Council and Teen Summer. This segment features an interview with artist, organizer, and educator Shellyne Rodriguez.

Part three of We Are All Agents of Change, created by Teen Council and Teen Summer. This segment features an interview with Joseph Cuillier and Shani Peters of The Black School.

Part Four of We Are All Agents of Change, created by Teen Council and Teen Summer. This segment features an interview with Amy Khoshbin.

In this Staff Story, Bronx Museum Trustee Joshua Stein discusses the work of painter Emilio Sanchez. 

 

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