First Weekend of Women's History Month 💃💃💃

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Welcome to March, time to celebrate all the ladies and femme identifying individuals in your life!

Brave the cold, or stay indoors. From comedy shows to cooking while drunk, check out our weekend guide for a good time.

Saturday, March 2

YES Homo (325 Franklin Ave @ 4 PM)

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Forget 'no homo', we say YES HOMO - a daytime party celebrating queer icons, queer bodies, and queer culture.

DJ Sean McMahill curates music women and people. 


Target First Saturdays at The Brooklyn Museum (200 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn @ 5 PM)

brooklynmuseum It's time once again to ask, can you name #5WomenArtists? We sure can. Tune into our Insta-stories throughout #WomensHistoryMonth where each day we'll be featuring a woman artist included in #HalfthePictureBKM—on view through March 31. First up, is the feminist #GuerrillaGirls collective who have long been at the front lines of conversations about oppression and exclusion, fearlessly and hilariously tackling sexism and racism in the arts, since their founding in 1985. Twelve of their iconic posters are currently on view in #HalfthePIctureBKM, including one from 1989 that declares “You’re seeing less than half the picture without the vision of women artists and artists of color.”⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ Guerrilla Girls (established United States, 1985). Guerrilla Girls' Pop Quiz, 1990. Offset lithograph. Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art. Gift of Guerrilla Girls BroadBand, Inc., 2017.26.28.⁣



Target First Saturday at the Brooklyn Museum is a night of free art, music, and dance.

Featuring a screening of Little Woods, a curator talk by Carmen Hermo, Associate Curator, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, and a performance by Brown Girls Burlesque. 


I AM SHE Imani Shanklin Roberts at Weeksville Heritage Center (158 Buffalo Ave, Brooklyn @ 5 PM)


theculturelp Good morning Brooklyn!!! 🌞. That thing you want to make today? Go do it. See you Saturday for #IAMSHE2019 by @imaniniasr at @weeksvilleheritagecenter 📸: @ashlevel | Link in bio #GotCulture ?



This spring 2019 Imani Shanklin Roberts unveils I AM SHE, a collection of works inspired by her recent journey away from art making and a deeper delve into self discovery. Opening March 2nd, 2019 at the Weeksville Heritage Center, viewers will not only see, but experience the artist's expression of holistic femininity through portrait works and connected charging stations, designed in partnership with set designer Alicia DeLarge. The archetypes being explored both visually and experientially include the Rebel Womxn, Carefree Black Girl, Bruja, Wombmxn, Visionary, Lover, and High Powered Womxn of the World.


Travis Scott: Astroworld - Wish You Were Here Tour 2 (620 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn @ 8 PM)

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Enjoy the musical stylings of Travis Scott in the heart of downtown Brooklyn. 


DJ-Sol and DJ Paul Oakenfold at Schimanksi (54 N 11, Brooklyn @ 9 PM)

In an only in New York like way, Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon, aka DJ D-Sol, will open for legendary DJ Paul Oakenfold at the Williamsburg nightclub Schimanski this Saturday, March 2nd. Doors open at 9 PM



Sunday, March 3


Wikipedia Edit-a-thon (1109 5th Ave, Manhattan @ 12:30)

thejewishmuseum This Sunday, join us to celebrate #WomensHistoryMonth on the final day of #MarthaRosler: Irrespective at our second Wikipedia Edit-a-thon​ with @artandfem. This year, we're adding an extra incentive—the participant with the most edits will win this women artists prize pack from @thejewishmuseumshop with products​ inspired by @deborahkass and @judy.chicago. Free with RSVP at TheJewishMuseum.org/Wikipedia 🎁



Celebrate Women's History Month and the final day of the exhibition "Martha Rosler: Irrespective" at the Jewish Museum's second Wikipedia Edit-a-thon co-presented with Art + Feminism, a campaign dedicated to improving coverage of cis and transgender women, feminism, and the arts on Wikipedia.

TasteOfGhana NYC Ghana Independence Brunch (168 Delancey St, Manhattan @ 12 PM)

ghanameetmethere Experimenting with new fusion dishes. Avocado and plantain brown rice salad. Yummy even if we do say so our selves!



"Taste of Ghana" The Ghana Chop Bar Experience Brunch bringing guests an authentic Ghanaian cuisine experience. Unwind, relax and enjoy the experience of authentic Ghanaian dishes prepared by various Ghanaian chefs. This event will features various food stations featuring Ghanaian cuisine.

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