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This Women’s History Month, Wyckoff House Museum welcomes special guest Protest Garden artist Jennifer Harley whose art explores the intersections of gender, labor, and history and transforms everyday objects into incredible sculptures. Join Jennifer for an artist-led workshop, explore crafts and objects from the Colonial era, dive into some picture books, and tour the historic house and grounds. Farmhouse Family Days are always free to the public and open to visitors of all ages, but best for ages 4-11. Family Day is from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., with the artist’s workshop beginning at 1:00 p.m. - seating for the activity may be limited, so please arrive before 1:00 p.m. to guarantee a spot. Reservations not required, but recommended. Protest Garden is made possible, in part, by the Lincoln Center Cultural Innovation Fund, which is generously supported by the Rockefeller Foundation and administered by Lincoln Center.
5816 Clarendon Road
East Flatbush, NY
The Wyckoff House & Association preserves, interprets, and operates New York City’s oldest building and it’s surrounding 1.5 acres of farmland. Through innovative educational and farm-based programs we bridge cultural and agricultural gaps in an underserved community by connecting our audience with enduring themes through history, including immigration, land stewardship, and food systems.
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