Here’s an awesome event for our New York BUSTies! For Women’s History Month, Target’s upcoming First Saturday at the Brooklyn Museum has been dubbed “Fierce, Phenomenal Women.” So this March, enjoy a slew of activities, performers, and art exhibits to honor and inspire discussion about women.

From “Action Station,” an interactive exhibit that invites visitors to contribute images of influential women in their lives, to a performance by the Brooklyn Ballet, I can only describe the lineup for the night as totally BOSS.

You may think that an after-hours party at the Brooklyn Museum with feminist book readings, a “lively” open discussion about the history of riot grrrl, and a performance by Queen Godis can’t possibly be made better, but indeed, it can: this event is free of charge. Space is limited, so some programs do require tickets. Don’t fret-- the tickets are free, but lines can tend to get long, so be sure to get there early (the lines usually form about a half-hour before ticket distribution at the Visitor Center).

For the full lineup of programs and ticket information, see the evening's event page.

When: Saturday, March 3, 5-11 p.m.

Where: Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052


(Image via queengodis.com)

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