The Brooklyn Museum hosts the first Target First Saturday of 2013 on Jan. 5.
Here's the line-up:
"Outside the Frame"
Ljova and the Kontraband fuses Eastern European and Roma melodies with Latin rhythms. Part of Carnegie Hall's Neighborhood Concert Series.Pop-up Talks
Museum Guides lead lively discussions on some of the Museum's most intriguing works.Curator Talk
Catherine Morris talks about the exhibitionMaterializing "Six Years."Dance Performance
Company Stefanie Batten Bland performs A Place of Sun. The piece is inspired by the BP oil spill and marries visual and performing arts.Hands-on Art
Everyone's used a frame to embellish a picture, but what about embellishing the frame itself? Design an unconventional frame to show your world in a new way.Artist Talk
Taraka and Nimai Larson, the sisters behind the Brooklyn-based psychedelic rock band Prince Rama, give a performance presentation of their project The Now Age.Interactive Space
Brooklyn-based collective Art House Co-op leads an activity exploring memory; Trade School builds a series of micro-learning stations, allowing visitors to learn new skills; and The Hip-Hop Dance Conservatory leads a community class.Music
New York City–based all-girl band Lez Zeppelin performs their take on the music of Led Zeppelin.
Artists Mickalene Thomas and Carrie Mae Weems talk with curator Eugenie Tsai about using their work to challenge conventional ideas of beauty, race, and gender.
Join the Writers for the 99% as they discuss their book Occupying Wall Street and the Occupy movement.Music
Heems (aka Himanshu Suri) from Das Racist performs music from his new mix tape, Wild Water Kingdom, and his solo debut, Nehru Jackets, named one of SPIN's top 50 albums of 2012.