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Friday, February 3, 2017


Wednesday, February 1, 5:30 to 7:30pm
Bronx Trolley Night
Hop off The Bronx Trolley: First Wednesdays Arts & Culture Tour at the Bronx Museum for a free guided tour of the exhibitions with a Museum teaching artist.
The Bronx Trolley is a project of the South Bronx Cultural Corridor. Making a cultural loop through the lower Grand Concourse and in other sections of the Bronx, it provides an innovative way to travel free while giving Bronxites and tourists alike the opportunity to sample several of the area’s hottest cultural attractions, dining establishments and entertainment venues.
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Friday, February 3, 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Concert Begins at 7:30pm
First Fridays! Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concerts Featuring Brown Rice Family
Carnegie Hall comes to the Bronx! Join us for a special performance by the Brown Rice Family.
Brooklyn-based world roots band Brown Rice Family is a high-energy, nine-member ensemble that combines an eclectic mix of musical influences that encompass reggae, hip-hop, Brazilian, Afrobeat, jazz, rock, Latin, and funk. With members hailing from all over the world, Brown Rice Family draws on its diverse backgrounds to create a colorful, rhythm-driven, and highly danceable sound. This performance features new works written and performed by youth in collaboration with Brown Rice Family as part of Carnegie Hall’s Musical Connections program. 
Free tours of the galleries from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Kids activity table from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Concert begins at 7:30pm
Free admission and cash bar
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Tuesday, February 7, 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Community Meeting
Have you participated in Bronx Stories, Back in the Bronx or Boogie on the Boulevard? If so, we’d love to hear from you. Come tell us about your favorite programs from the past years, and what programming you’d like to see in the future at BxMA.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Free admission. Refreshments and snacks will be served.
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Deadline February 8, 2017
Open Call: "TIME"
The Bronx Museum Teen Council invites teenage artists to submit artwork on the theme of TIME.
From these submissions the Teen Council will curate an exhibition, which will be on view at The Bronx Museum of the Arts in May 2017. New York City-based teens ages 13-19 are eligible to submit. Click here to submit your artwork
Questions? Email Learn more about Teen Council at
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Friday, February 10, 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Get Down in the Boogie Down with It's Showtime NYC
Revel in dance, community, and urban artistry with It’s Showtime NYC (IST)! Celebrating New York City street culture, IST provides performance and professional development opportunities to street and subway dancers as a legal alternative to dancing in subway cars. It’s Showtime NYC performers will showcase dance styles and open the floor for all guests to join.
FREE, all ages, backgrounds and skill levels are welcome. Presented by Dancing in the Streets, It’s Showtime NYC, and The Bronx Museum for the Arts. Read more >
Cafe Hours: Wednesday & Thursday, Saturday & Sunday 11am - 6pm, Friday 11 am - 8 pm

On View

Collection Spotlight: Morton Broffman
January 4 - Ongoing
In honor of Black History Month, the Bronx Museum is featuring four works by the Bronx-born photographer Morton Broffman. In the spring of 1965, Broffman was among the scores of print journalists, television reporters, and photographers from around the country who traveled to Alabama in 1965 to participate in and record the Selma to Montgomery voting rights march. Read more >
Collection Spotlight: Öyvind Fahlström
January 4 through February 5, 2017
This month the Bronx Museum highlights the work of Brazilian artist Öyvind Fahlström. Working in a wide range of media and themes, Fahlström avoided affiliation with any art category throughout his brief albeit productive career. Equally influenced by surrealism, pop art, situationism, and even documentary filmmaking, Fahlström borrowed imagery and styles from comics and the media to create original and relevant artworks that unmask the absurdities of modern society. Read more >
Linda Cunningham: South Bronx Waterfront Sagas
On view through February 19, 2017
Linda Cunningham explores the issues of time, transience, and contradictions through images of the shifting urban present. Environmental concerns juxtaposed against industry, urban blight, and the loss of the natural environment drive her practice, in addition to gentrification and the changing landscape of the Bronx, her home for many years. Read more >
The Neighbors, part two, in two parts: Sanctuary: Andrea Bowers and Home: Andrea Aragón
On view through February 12, 2017
For the second iteration of The Neighbors guest curator Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy organizes two concurrent exhibitions: Sanctuary, featuring work by the Andrea Bowers, and Home, presenting work by photographer Andrea Aragón. These dual exhibitions are presented in dialogue and provide alternative perspectives on immigration in the United States. Read more >
Robert Raphael: Symposium
On view through February 19, 2017
Robert Raphael’s ceramic-based work draws on the complex history of decorative art, a tradition that intersects and runs parallel to the history of art. Rather than interpreting ornamentation as superficial, Raphael believes that the strength of decoration lies in its seductive nature and the complex meanings that often result when surface, mass, pattern, and cultural history conflate. Read more >
Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse at 165th St
Bronx, New York 10456
Museum Hours
Wednesday 11am - 6pm
Thursday 11 am - 6 pm
Friday 11 am - 8 pm
Saturday 11 am - 6 pm
Sunday 11 am - 6 pm
Mon-Tues Closed
Admission: ALWAYS FREE
Click here to become a member
BY SUBWAY: "D" or "B" to the 167 Street/Grand Concourse station. Exit at rear of station; walk south along Grand Concourse two blocks. "4" to the 161St/Yankee Stadium station. Walk east three blocks to the Grand Concourse, then north four blocks along Grand Concourse to 165 St.
BY BUS: Bx1, Bx2, or BxM4 Express to 165 St.

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