The word is out: Queens Museum and Tremaine Emory are throwing a party!
After a challenging year, we want to celebrate the strength and resilience of our borough with you. We’ve invited Queens-raised Tremaine Emory, Founder and Creative Director of Denim Tears, to help us celebrate the resilience of our communities and to thank our loyal supporters.
Queens Museum’s Give Up the Goods Community Day will be a celebration of all things Queens. Join us on Sunday, June 13, 2021 in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park for a physically-distanced event.
🎵 Music by Venus X and Hank Korsan
🧢 Limited edition Queens Museum merch by Denim Tears
🥡 Food by Queens Night Market vendors and Torrin from Sheralyn’s Bakery
🎨 Artmaking and workshops from Queens Museum community LIFECamp, BordeAndo, and more!
Don’t miss the limited-edition Queens Museum x Denim Tears merchandise drop, only available at the Museum on June 13. It’s sure to go fast and your purchase directly supports the Queens Museum’s exhibitions and community programs.
The Give Up the Goods Community Day is free and open to the public. All ages welcome!
For directions and more information, click here.
Sounds by I.S.T for Denim Tears
Special thanks to Elle Hankinson
Give Up the Goods Virtual Talk:
Hank Willis Thomas and Tremaine Emory in Conversation
Moderated by Dr. Amy Raffel
Monday, June 7, 2021 – 6:30pm to 7:30pm
We hope you’ll also join us on June 7, 2021 when Tremaine Emory is joined in conversation by his friend and celebrated contemporary artist Hank Willis Thomas, moderated by Dr. Amy Raffel. Tremaine and Hank will use Amy’s book Art and Merchandise in Keith Haring’s Pop Shop as a jumping-off point to discuss intersections in their work between media, pop culture, and art multiples as activism.
Click here to register for this Give Up the Goods virtual talk.
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