June 9, 2018

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
451 Clarkson Ave., Building C, Room CG-91

Join the Young Exhibition Makers program for the first of two Saturdays as they explore the themes of their show, A Story to be Told.
1 – 2:30 pm: The WorkRoom: Tamar Ettun will lead an all-ages workshop to craft colorful inflatables with plastic sheets and tape; Then we will go outside to create an interactive movement piece together!
2:30 – 3 pm: Tours by Young Exhibition Makers
3 – 4 pm: Artist Talk with Sarah Makeba and Natalie Daise, moderated by Tendaji Bailey
4 Р5 pm: Tours by Young Exhibition Makers

A Story to be Told is an exhibition of youth artwork that transforms the unused emergency waiting room CG-91 at Kings County Hospital. Created by Brooklyn youth from No Longer Empty Young Exhibition Makers program (Y.Ex), this exhibition explores themes that are most pressing to the Y.Ex cohort: teenhood, black identity, mindfulness, family matters, violence, and gender equality.

To bring a group, propose a community event or attend a Y.Ex Tour, please contact education@nolongerempty.org to schedule.

Young Exhibition Makers (Y.Ex) was organized by No Longer Empty in partnership with KAVI and Kings County Hospital.

The 2018 Young Exhibition Makers program is supported by: