Life Drawing

The Old Stone House at Washington Park 336 3rd Street, Brooklyn

Everyone is welcome to join our friendly community of artists and professional models at monthly Life Drawing. Bring your favorite supplies (no oils or sprays, please) and sketch the night away! Chairs and drawing boards will be provided. The session will include both short and long poses. Get your ticket on Eventbrite using this link. […]

$13

The Great Fire of 1776 – Virtual Program by Green-Wood Cemetery

Tune in for this program from our colleagues at Green-Wood. "In his recently published book, The Great New York Fire of 1776: A Lost Story of the American Revolution, Benjamin L. Carp explores that fire and why its origins remained a mystery even after the British investigated it in 1776 and 1783. Uncovering stories of […]

Musical Ecologies: Marcia Bassett

The Old Stone House at Washington Park 336 3rd Street, Brooklyn

Musical Ecologies continues Thursday, February 16th with New York-based multi-disciplinary artist Marcia Bassett. Working with analog modular synthesizer, guitar, handmade instruments, contact microphones, field sounds, and vocal experimentation, she approaches sound making through experimentalism, activating a heady sonic interplay of noise, drone, and otherworldly narratives that are equal parts trance and critique. For tonight’s event […]

$15

Museum Closed

The Old Stone House at Washington Park 336 3rd Street, Brooklyn

The museum will be closed today for a private event, we will be open for public visitation again on Saturday, February 25.

Event Series Zine Camp with Booklyn, Inc.

Zine Camp with Booklyn, Inc.

The Old Stone House at Washington Park 336 3rd Street, Brooklyn

Zine Camp is a full week of hands-on zine and bookmaking activities for kids aged 7-10. The camp is organized by Booklyn and will be held in the ground floor museum gallery at OSH. Your child will learn how to transform a single piece of paper into a “magic book” and make their own sketchbooks out of […]

Event Series Make It Studio Mid-Winter Break Camp

Make It Studio Mid-Winter Break Camp

The Old Stone House at Washington Park 336 3rd Street, Brooklyn

This camp is for students aged 9-13 with full days of fun with sewing and crafts! Camp is organized by Make It Studio and will take place upstairs in the OSH Great Room. Using sewing machines (no machine experience necessary), craft glue and all sorts of fun tools your child will make items that they […]

Playwrights in Process with Piper Theatre

The Old Stone House at Washington Park 336 3rd Street, Brooklyn

PIP: Playwrights in Process is presented by Piper Theatre as an opportunity for writers to share their material and receive feedback from enthusiastic listeners. Three or four writers will share 20 minutes of their work + 10 minutes for feedback. This event is free to attend and everyone is welcome in the audience - come […]

Exhibition Opening: “Finding My Folk”

The Old Stone House at Washington Park 336 3rd Street, Brooklyn

Our next contemporary art exhibition, "Finding My Folk" opens in the Great Room on March 3! Join us from 6-8 pm to celebrate with curator Krista Scenna and the participating artists.⁠ “Finding my Folk” engages seven contemporary immigrant artists whose practice embraces the folkloric and its propensity to adapt to its given place and time.⁠ […]

Open Note Concert Series

The Old Stone House at Washington Park 336 3rd Street, Brooklyn

Open Note is a series of eight intimate, monthly concerts curated and performed by students from the Mannes School of Music. Formed initially as a performance opportunity during the Part-Time Faculty strike that affected all members of the Mannes community in fall 2022, Open Note is being run in spring 2023 by the students in […]

Event Series “Finding My Folk” Art Exhibition

“Finding My Folk” Art Exhibition

The Old Stone House at Washington Park 336 3rd Street, Brooklyn

“Finding my Folk” engages seven contemporary immigrant artists whose practice embraces the folkloric and its propensity to adapt to its given place and time.⁠ ⁠ As immigrants who hail from all over the globe and have long called New York home, these gifted creators are actively shaping their own traditions, rituals, and customs by blending […]