The Bronx Museum at Home: Guided Tours

Introducing Bronx Museum at Home: Guided Tours! In virtual Guided Tours, educators provide engaging tours of both current and past exhibits at the Bronx Museum, both providing background information and encouraging viewers to make connections and develop close looking skills. 


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Artist Shaun Leonardo walks through his exhibit Shaun Leonardo: The Breath of Empty Space with curator John Chaich.

Artist educator Joiri Minaya leads a tour of the exhibition Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch.

Explore the Bronx Museum's exhibit Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch!

Since 2011, the Bronx Museum of the Arts' Teen Council has organized an exhibition of teen art at the Museum. In 2014 Teens Council invited teens from New York City to submit artworks that respond to the theme "Dreams and Nightmares" and curated an exhibition from the submissions they received.


In this video, take a tour of some works from the 2018 Bronx Museum exhibition Manuel Mendive: Nature, Spirit, and Body, curated by Christine Licata. You will also hear an excerpt from a praise poem written and performed by artist Orlando Ferrand.


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Explore two exhibits that shared space at the Bronx Museum: of Henry Chalfant: Art vs. Transit and The Life and Times of Alvin Baltrop. Tour by Bronx Museum educator Aurelio del Muro.



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Watch this video featuring a guided tour of the Bronx Museum’s current exhibition José Parlá: It’s Yours curated by Manon Slome.



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In this video the Bronx Museum Teen Council gives a tour of the exhibition The Neighbors, part two, in two parts: Sanctuary: Andrea Bowers and Home: Andrea Aragón, on view at The Bronx Museum of the Arts from October 12, 2016 to February 12, 2017. 


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This video is about The Bronx Museum's recreation of Gordon Matta-Clark's 1970 installation "Garbage Wall," from the exhibition Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarchitect, at the Museum from 2017-18. The Teen Council documented the process and interviewed those involved with the making. 


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