Originated by The Broad, Shirin Neshat: I
Throughout her career, Neshat has constructed poetic worlds in which women and men navigate narratives that mirror interior and political realities. Inside of and against these metaphoric worlds, Neshat studies the specifics of both individual and cultural gestures and poses, often assembling and interviewing real people who have lived through some of the most turbulent events of recent history, including the Green Movement in Iran and the Arab Spring in Egypt.
Neshat’s 2001 collaboration with composer Philip Glass, Passage, will act as a pivot in the exhibition from Neshat’s
FREE SHIRIN NESHAT: I WILL GREET THE SUN AGAIN OPPORTUNITIES
- Final Weeks Thursdays: Receive free walk-up access to Shirin Neshat: I
Will Greetthe Sun Again on all day on January 30, February 6, and February 13 during the final weeks of this critically acclaimed exhibition. Join The Broad's free gallery events at 7 p.m. featuring poets, performers, scholars, and artists across a range of media and from varied backgrounds who will read, perform, and reflect upon Neshat’s works, and delve into the universality of these very themes. Co-organized with independent literary curators Louise Steinman and Maureen Moore. For more information, visit our Events page. Please note that there will be no gallery events on October 31 (Halloween), November 28 (Thanksgiving Day), December 26, and January 2.
- Every Wednesday Afternoon: From Wednesday, November 27 through Wednesday, February 12, 2020, Shirin Neshat: I
the Sun Again ticket holders can join a free tour of the exhibition on Wednesdays at 1:15 p.m. Will Greet
- Family Weekend Workshops: Families attending these free workshops on November 2-3 will receive free access to Shirin Neshat: I
Will Greetthe Sun Again with their Family Weekend Workshop wristbands (groups must include children ages 3 and up). At the workshops, families will have the opportunity tomake their own souvenirs to take home, inspired by the work of artists in the Broad collection and artist Shirin Neshat. Reserve free advance tickets for your family to guarantee entrance into the event. Walk-up entries available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Free school visits: Students in grades 9-12 can visit Shirin Neshat: I
Will Greetthe Sun Again for free through The Broad's Art+Rhymeprogram, which helps children explore art through creative writing and poetry. For information on how to bring school groups to The Broad, please visit the School Visits page.
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