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House Party: Truth Be Told

Date

Dec 2, 2017 • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Cost

FREE w/ RSVP

Location

BRIC House
647 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217
United States
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Brooklyn’s best daytime family parties continue! 

Inclusive and welcoming programming that encourage creativity and discovery. Join us for dance classes, gaming, art-making and other participatory activities, culminating in a raucous all-ages dance party.

For our December House Party, we'll have a day exploring fact and fiction. You be the detective, the researcher, the judge.

   
12-5pm Scavenger Hunt
Explore the OPEN (C)ALL: TRUTH, Project Room, and Hallway exhibitions in order to complete our scavenger hunt!
GALLERY, PROJECT ROOM, HALLWAY
   
12-5pm

Event Sponsor Table: Ask a Doctor!
Stop by our event sponsor table, where real doctors from NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital will be answering your questions and giving out special treats and more!
HALLWAY

   

12-3pm

Art Activity: Silhouette Mural
Have you ever wanted to create a mural? Let’s work together to design silhouette images and build a mysterious scene with other party-goers.  Once completed, the mural will serve as an illuminated backdrop for our dance party!

Art-Making Activity: The Book of You

It’s time to reveal your many layers!  Create a transparent book that highlights your quirks, your feelings, and the many other aspects of your personality that make up who you are.

Art-Making: 3-D View Finder
Build a hand-held 3-D View Finder where you will create and insert your own imaginative semi-transparent and colorful images that represent the mysteries all around you!

BALLROOM

   
12-4pm

Screen-Printing: Say It LOUD . . .
Learn how to combine drawing and screen printing to create your own original print that will showcase what you are most proud of.
SWING SPACE

   
12-4:30pm Digital Remix Educational Activity: Investigation-Animation
Drawing inspiration from our current art exhibition, you will create your own mutli-layered stop motion animation that will uncover mysteries about Brooklyn, revealing what’s behind its windows and doors.
TV STUDIO
   

12:45-1:15pm

Stories Bookshop & Storytelling Lab
A storytelling and sing-along session with Stories Bookshop & Storytelling Lab.
STOOP

   

1-4pm

Virtual Reality Experiences with Yokey Pokey
Yokey Pokey will present a variety of fun, family-friendly virtual reality experiences featuring art, sites around the world, and character play.
STUDIO B

   
1:45- 2:15pm

Musical performance by Elena Moon Park and Friends
Elena Moon Park and Friends celebrates folk and children's music from all over East Asia, reinterpreted to mix various musical traditions, languages, styles, and stories. The tunes range from northern Japanese sea shanties to Tibetan jump rope rhymes, joyous Korean harvest sing-a-longs, and Taiwanese train songs. Elena, who also plays fiddle, trumpet, mandolin and more with Dan Zanes and Friends and Sonia De Los Santos, leads a fun and adventurous group of musicians for this cross-cultural musical fiesta. Expect to dance and sing along to tunes in Korean, Japanese, Mandarin, Tibetan, Taiwanese, Spanish and English!
STOOP

   
2:30-5pm Minecraft Meet-Up!
Place blocks and go on adventures by playing everyone's favorite game on your own or against others.
MEDIA CENTER
   
2:45 - 3:30pm
Performance by The Brooklyn Music School Rock Ensembles featuring The Groove Ensemble and Rock Rage
STOOP
   
3:30-5pm Party Like Brooklyn presents baby loves disco!
Move your family dance party from the living room to the BRIC House Ballroom and dance it out! Party Like Brooklyn presents an after­noon dance party featuring real music spun and mixed by real djs blend­ing clas­sic disco tunes from the 70s, & 80s with today’s hottest dance tunes that creates a child-proof dis­co for tod­dlers, pre-schoolers, and par­ents look­ing to let loose! 
BALLROOM

Sponsored by NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital

 

Venue Information:

BRIC House is Brooklyn’s cultural living room: a 40,000 square foot multi-disciplinary arts and media complex in the former Strand Theatre, where emerging and established artists can create work that deepens their practice and engages the diverse communities of the borough.