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.
Saturday June 2, 1pm – 5pm: Exhibition Opening
Berchell Egerton will be leading a flag-making workshop all afternoon for visitors of all ages. Join us to make your own and craft something that represents you, your family and your history.
An origami station will be set up inside the exhibition for you to contribute to one of the gallery’s shows, and there will be guided tours by the Y.Ex participants throughout the afternoon.
We will have free food, music and more!
All events in room CG-91 at Kings County Hospital.
More information here.
To bring a group, propose a community event or attend a Y.Ex Tour, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule.
Young Exhibition Makers was organized by No Longer Empty in partnership with KAVI and Kings County Hospital.
The 2018 Young Exhibition Makers program is supported by: