Celebrate Black History with the Brooklyn Museum at First Saturday on February 1

Film still from Second Eulogy: Mind the Gap (Billy Gerard Frank, 2019, 40 min.)
On February 1, the Brooklyn Museum’s First Saturday celebrates Black History Month and the opening of the new exhibition Jacques-Louis David Meets Kehinde Wiley. Visitors are invited to examine the roots, resistance, and creative revelations of the African diaspora throughout an evening of film, music, conversation, and joy. February’s First Saturday lineup is organized in partnership with the Culture LP. Highlights include a sound bath with HealHaus, a screening of the short film Second Eulogy: Mind the Gap, and music by Bri Blvck.