The Museum hosts a robust series of discussions, readings, screenings, and workshops that highlight our exciting exhibitions and collections for a diverse community of learners. Visit often for updates.
The All Stories Theater Company, presents the original drama A KNOTTED ROPE by Beth Danesco, on Thursday January 10th and Friday, January 11th, at The Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center in Foxboro. Doors open at 6:30 Tickets are $15 and on sale now.
A KNOTTED ROPE: As a lawyer defends a man accused of participating in one of history’s darkest moments, she is pulled into a bigger mystery of identity and guilt that’s gone unsolved for nearly a century
Sponsored in part by Massachusetts local cultural councils of Mansfield, Foxboro, Easton & Sharon.
Children and adults who love dolls are welcome to join a doll-making workshop presented by National Black Doll Museum in Brockton
at the Main Library on Saturday, February 23 at 2 p.m. Participants will hear the *Legend of Cecilia* & create his or her own African wrap doll.
Please sign up in the Children’s Room.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Brockton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency and the Brockton Public Library.
About Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense In America
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Appraisal & Sale Day
Is there doll that was given to you as a family heirloom or one that you want more information about? Executive Director of the National Black Doll Museum Debra Britt and doll appraiser Joyce Stamps will be at the Museum to verbally appraise your hidden treasures.
On Saturday morning the public is invited to participate in a doll sale and appraisal.. Each person can meet individually with an appraiser for a 10 minute verbal appraisal session and possible consignment of their items. While participants wait there will be opportunity to walk through the Museum and purchase dolls from doll artist and vendors.
Each 10 minute session is $ 20.00 and limited to one item additional items require an additional fee & session .
All proceeds support the Museum’s education programming fund
What’s it Worth?
$30 per person or $50 per couple
Admission includes the appraisal of one item per person or per couple
Pre-registration required online
Space is limited
On Sunday afternoon guests can enjoy a “What’s it Worth?” event starting with a tea reception from 12:30-2:00PM. Browse through the National Black Doll Museum with curators and expert appraisers Deb Britt and Joyce Stamps and learn about a number of pieces in the museum’s collection. From 2:00-4:00 the group will gather in the main gallery to enjoy a presentation where the appraisers will provide information and estimated values on the objects that guests have brought to the event. Opportunity to purchase selected one of a kind must have collector pieces.
”Our Grandmothers, Our Mothers, Our Selves”
10 YEAR CELEBRATION
Friday AUGUST 23rd & Saturday AUGUST 24th , 2019
Mission Statement: To Encourage Integrity, Self-Nurturing, Self-Worth and the Empowerment of Social Change for Women.