Announcing 3 Exciting Public Programs at the South Street Seaport Museum.

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Join us for the South Street Seaport Museum's first public programs since it reopened in January!

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New York City Beer Showcase to be held on Wednesday, April 4 at 6:30 pm

In conjunction with the South Street Seaport Museum's exhibition Made in New York, we invite you to join us for an evening of tasting (and judging) craft beers made right here in the city. As the home of the first known brewery of the New World, lower Manhattan has long been a brewing capital, with many carrying on this tradition today. Unique craft beer brewers including Kelso Brewery, Bronx Brewery, and Coney Island Lager will face off to see who is the favorite.

Thursday, April 5 at 6:00 PM
Designers Discussion: Made in New York
Made in New York is a three-gallery exploration of contemporary design and production in New York City today. An homage to the productive industries that once populated the Seaport district, this installation includes a wide range of work, from furniture and objects for the home to the innovative garments of up-and-coming fashion designers. Joining curator Donald Albrecht for the evening will be designers-makers David Nosanchuk, of Nosanchuk Inc., Jon Sherman, of Flavor Paper, Daniel Michalik, David Smith, of Strawser & Smith, Drew Stuart and Adam Rolston, of Incorporated Architecture & Design, and Michele Oka Doner. Learn first-hand about their careers, inspirations, and methods.

Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Made in New York, now on view at the South Street Seaport Museum.
Reservations required. $6 Museum members; $8 seniors and students; $12 non-members.
For more information or to register visit boxoffice.mcny.org or please call 917-492-3395.

Friday, April 13 at 6:30 pm
Gus Wagner and the Art of Tattooing

Curator and historian Steven H. Jaffe will offer a unique window into the evolution of American tattooing with a special talk about the Museum's rare collection. Highlights include the impressive collection of "flash" art, tools, and personal mementos from the Gus Wagner Collection at the South Street Seaport Museum. Donated by Alan Govenar and Kaleta Doolin in 2001, the collection chronicles the career of Augustus "Gus" Wagner (1872-1941), an American tattoo pioneer and key figure in the transformation from manual to electric tattooing.
Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Coffee, Tea, Fish and the Tattooed Man, now on view at the South Street Seaport Museum.

Reservations and tickets required for all programs.
For more information or to register visit boxoffice.mcny.org or please call 917-492-3395.

The South Street Seaport Museum is located at 12 Fulton Street (Between Water Street and South Street),

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