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1 Sent by: Cool Culture Reply to the sender Newsletter, Cool Culture —April 2011 brought to you by e-Family Time Also In This Issue Totally Awesome Time Travel at the Brooklyn Museum April Events Calendar Looking Ahead to May Events Did you know? You can double the fun by using Brooklyn Museum AND Cool Culture Cool Culture Hunt resources! Download free and get the Brooklyn Museum's Cards . Be sure to also check printed family guide for fun Activities Online out the museum's games! [02/18/2011- 05/15/2011]. Tipi: Heritage of the Great Plains. Want More Info on Where to Installation view. Photo by born digital. Courtesy of Brooklyn Museum. Digital Collections and Services (DIG_E_2011_Tipi). Go and What to Do? Get ideas and the tools for your next Brooklyn Journey through time and place at the cultural adventure by looking at the events Museum ! Here, you can explore a Native American tipi, calendar at the bottom of this newsletter tour a nearly 350-year-old farmhouse from Brooklyn . www.coolculture.org and visiting and even check out mummies from ancient Egypt. And... Mark Your Calendars: Saturday, " There is always something that is going to capture June 18th for FREE family fun at the your imagination, so come on down ," says Queens Museum of Art! Schawannah Wright, Manager, Community Involvement at the Brooklyn Museum. Stay Tuned (and "like" Cool Culture) ! on Facebook Insider's Tip With so many exhibitions to check out at this five-story museum, Ms. Wright suggests you start your visit on the top floor, work your way down and leave when your Are You Planning a Trip? kids get tired—you can always come back for more! Remember, the Family Pass is good for Must-See Museum Spots 90 partner museums general admission to Step inside a towering tipi and travel back more than , for up to 5 individuals, zoos and gardens 100 years to see the traditional Native American way of any time the cultural institution is open! exhibition Tipi: Heritage of the Great Plains life at the on the fifth floor. Don't forget to bring your ID. Have fun exploring NYC's arts and culture! and borrow the Eye Spy cards Grab a free family guide to hunt for different objects, like a beautiful beaded saddle, and learn more about the tribes that lived in Comments, Feedback?

2 these movable homes called tipis. Hurry to see this Contact Cool Culture Staff exhibition - it ends in May! . [email protected] Email " I absolutely loved the house display and the tipis ," For a list of Cool Culture partners, check says Ethelyn Pugh, Family Worker and Cool Culture . out the Cool Culture website Cultural Liaison from Urban Strategies in Brooklyn. "It made things more realistic on how people used to live (compared) to how we live now. I almost wanted to beat myself up for not coming here sooner." , ca. 945- 718 B.C.E. Linen or Cartonnage of Nespanetjerenpere papyrus mixed with plaster, pigment, glass, lapis lazuli, H: 69 11/16 x W: 17 5/16 in. (177 x 44 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund, 35.1265. Creative Commons- BY- NC Journey to 17th-century Brooklyn with a visit to the Jan Martense Schenck House on the fourth floor. Built in 1675, this bright red house gives you a look at what life was like for Dutch immigrants who lived in New York City when it was still farmland! Pick up the family for matching games and other activities. guide My There is a lot to explore but, Ms. Wright adds, " " Check favorite 'must see' is the Egyptian collection. out more than 1,200 objects from ancient Egypt on the third floor, including stunning sculptures, unique jewelry and real mummies! Explore the collection with a free family guide and look and learn together! Exciting Events for live music, dance Swing by Target First Saturdays and art-making activities. Free for everyone! Find out about more cool programs and events at the Brooklyn Museum by —and be sure to visiting www.brooklynmuseum.org for fun games! check out Activities Online By Erin Cassin

3 APRIL EVENTS CALENDAR —SPRING into these fun events and celebrate Earth Day all month long! click here For the complete Family Time Spring Events Calendar in English and Spanish, . EVENTS CALENDAR KEY: FP = Free with Cool Culture Family Pass FREE = Free to all, Cool Culture Family Pass not necessary Saturday, April 9 FAMILY AFFAIR: ARTIST'S STUDIO, 1-4pm Spend an afternoon exploring different artistic styles through several exciting art-making activities. This program is inspired by the many styles seen in the exhibition "Stargazers: Elizabeth Catlett in Conversation with 21 Contemporary Artists." , Bronx AGES 4+ FREE BRONX MUSEUM OF THE ARTS Sunday, April 10 SECOND SUNDAY FAMILY TOUR: WISH YOU WERE HERE! 10:30am-noon Have you ever had an experience you wanted to share? Discover different places and occasions that artists share with us, with conversation and creative hands-on gallery activities. Registration required: call 212-423-3587. , Manhattan AGES 5-10 FP SOLOMON R. GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM Saturday, April 16 ZIKRAVAT: MUSIC AND DANCE OF EGYPT AND THE ARAB WORLD, 2pm Celebrate the music and dance traditions of Egypt and the greater Arab world that can be found right here in New York City at an interactive performance by Zikrayat, a talented lineup of performers of diverse backgrounds. , Manhattan ALL AGES FP MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK Saturday, April 16 FREE FAMILY THEATRE: WEEPING MOUNTAIN, 2pm Enjoy a lavish family performance involving theatre, dance and music! Follow the journey of a curious young girl who hears the cries of Mother Earth and searches to discover the source of her sadness. , Manhattan ALL AGES FREE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN Monday, April 18 through Friday, April 22 SPRING SPROUTS, 1-4pm Check out how our kitchen garden is coming along this spring and use newspaper, soil and seeds to make your own pot of herbs to take home. , Brooklyn ALL AGES FREE LEFFERTS HISTORIC HOUSE Saturdays and Sunday, April 16, 17 and 23; 1:30 and 3:30pm Tuesday through Friday, April 19 through April 22; 11am and 1:30pm THE TRANSIT MUSEUM TIME TUNNEL GOES GREEN! What do you get when you mix drama, costumes, science and magic? A fun-filled trip through the green history of New York City's mass transit, from the first horse carriages to the wonders of the future. Come share the ride and join the fun, during this 35-minute performance for all ages. Call 718-694-1792 for more information. , Brooklyn ALL AGES FP NEW YORK TRANSIT MUSEUM Thursday, April 21 and Saturday, April 23 FAMILY WORKSHOP: LITTLE GREEN THUMBS, 1-2pm Celebrate Earth Day with this special workshop where you can learn how plants grow; no reservation required but space is limited. Then, at 2pm, catch a screening of "Sesame Street: Love the Earth" and watch Elmo, Zoe, and Baby Bear learn about keeping nature beautiful and clean. , Manhattan ALL AGES FREE SONY WONDER TECHNOLOGY LAB Sunday, April 24 DROP-IN ART WORKSHOP: STORYBOOKS FOR PASSOVER, 1-4pm Celebrate Passover through bookmaking. Use Maira Kalman's vibrant, quirky illustrations of animals, people and sumptuous treats to inspire your own handmade book. Using watercolor, design a tale about matzah ball soup, flying frogs or your dog stealing the chocolate macaroons! , Manhattan AGES 4+ FP THE JEWISH MUSEUM Saturday, April 30 SPRING FESTIVAL, 12-4pm Drop by anytime to learn about May Day celebrations during Rufus King's life and make spring-related crafts. , Queens ALL AGES FREE KING MANOR MUSEUM Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1 SAKURA MATSURI 2011: CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL Celebrate Japanese culture under the beautiful cherry blossoms. Check out contemporary and traditional music and dance, taiko drumming, ikebana flower arranging, Japanese DJs, tea ceremonies, and workshops for all ages! , Brooklyn ALL AGES FP BROOKLYN BOTANIC GARDEN Every Second Sunday

4 METLIFE SECOND SUNDAYS WORKSHOPS, 1-4pm Every second Sunday of the month, join the Queens Museum for an expanded day of family fun. Come check out family- designed gallery tours, studio art workshops, and live music and dance performances, all inspired by artwork in the museum. Free refreshments included. , Queens ALL AGES FREE QUEENS MUSEUM OF ART Every Sunday TARGET FREE SUNDAYS, 12-4pm Every Sunday the Studio Museum opens its doors for free admission, in addition to free programs and events ranging from family workshops to theater performances. Come explore how art and visual communication can ignite the imagination, engage the mind and reflect our human experience - past, present and future! , Manhattan ALL AGES FREE STUDIO MUSEUM IN HARLEM LOOKING AHEAD TO MAY EVENTS —Keep spring COOL with these fun events! Sunday, May 1 FAMILY ART PROJECT: PRIMITIVE PRINTS/IMPRESIONES PRIMITIVAS, 10am-1pm Visit the impressive exhibition of prints on display in Glyndor Gallery for inspiration. Then, with visiting artist Amy Feldman, follow some simple nature forms to make monoprints with just a few bold gestures. , Bronx ALL AGES FP WAVE HILL Sunday, May 1 and every Saturday and Sunday in May SEE YOU THERE! PICTURING PLACE, 10:20-11:30am Share drawing, movement, and writing activities with your kids as you explore three to five works of art in the Museum galleries. , Manhattan AGES 5-10 FP MUSEUM OF MODERN ART Sunday, May 1 OPEN STUDIO: DESIGN, 11am-1pm This drop-in program gives families a chance to explore the galleries and to make art in response to their experiences. Program offered the first Sunday of every month; no registration required. , Queens ALL AGES FP THE NOGUCHI MUSEUM COOL CULTURE SPONSORS Cool Culture thanks our sponsors for their continued support. This e-mail was sent from Cool Culture ® PatronMail Immediate removal with SecureUnsubscribe . To forward this e-mail to a friend or colleague, use this link . . To change your e-mail address or update preferences, use this link

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