Target First Saturday at the Brooklyn Museum is a favorite of Brooklyn natives and new residents alike. The museum attracts thousands of visitors for the free events that happen throughout the space. From gallery exhibits, speakers, live music, free films and hands-on activities, there’s something that everyone will enjoy.
This Saturday, November 7, the next Target First Saturday will take place. The theme of the month is “Connecting Cultures: A World in Brooklyn.” The collection invites visitors to “consider the importance of place, of self-representation in art, and of the role that objects play in supporting personal and cultural identity.“
If that’s not your forte, the evening begins with a concert by an Eastern European-jazz musician, Ilusha Tsinadze, and continues with sessions to create your own mosaic, calligraphy and an art-making and movement workshop. From music, to poetry, to film, you’ll never want to leave the museum!
The schedule is at brooklynmuseum.org/visit/first_saturdays. From 5 to 11 p.m., 200 Eastern Parkway, at Prospect Park, Brooklyn, 718-638-5000; free.