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Summer 2018 R&D Season Programs

Image: Students attending a Freedom School, Mississippi, 1964. Photo: Ken Thompson

For the New Museum’s annual summer art and social justice residency and exhibition, the Black School (Joseph Cuillier and Shani Peters) and Kameelah Janan Rasheed will explore the pasts and futures of black critical pedagogies. Working with the New Museum’s Teen Apprentice Program, the Black School and Rasheed will facilitate newly developed public and private workshops, programs, and classes for youth and adults throughout the residency.

“The Black School x Kameelah Janan Rasheed” is on view May 23 through September 16, 2018.

Drop-In Programs


Library Hours in the Resource Room with Kameelah Janan Rasheed
Fifth Floor Resource Room, New Museum
Thursday May 31, 7 PM
Saturday June 23, 3 PM
Saturday July 21, 3 PM
Thursday August 23, 7 PM
Thursday September 6, 7 PM

Drop In Sessions with the Teen Apprentice Program
Fifth Floor Gallery, New Museum
Friday July 13, 3 PM
Friday July 20, 3 PM
Friday July 27, 3 PM
Friday August 3, 3 PM
Friday August 10, 3 PM
Friday August 17, 3 PM

Panel Discussion


Space for Learning: Within and Beyond Walls
New Museum Theater
Thursday July 26, 7 PM

Multi-Session Programs


Publishing Center
Fifth Floor Resource Room, New Museum
Thursday June 7, 6:30 PM
Thursday June 14, 6:30 PM
Thursday June 21, 6:30 PM
Thursday June 28, 6:30 PM
Thursday July 12, 6:30 PM

Family Meals: Sharing Histories, Sharing Futures
New Museum Theater
Wednesday June 13, 7 PM
Wednesday September 12, 7 PM

Black Love Committee
This program will take place alternately at the New Museum and the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling.
Saturday July 28, 11 AM–1 PM
Saturday August 4, 11 AM–1 PM
Saturday August 11, 11 AM–1 PM
Sunday August 19, 12–4:30 PM

Convening for Contemporary Art, Education, and Social Justice
Thursday July 26–Saturday July 28

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