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Thursday, Jan. 26 (See map view)

5th Annual Holiday Train Show is an iconic holiday image of a model train, whirring by as it circles the base of a brightly-lit tree, evoking feelings of warmth and wonder in children and adults alike. To the delight of all, Lionel trains will journey along a 34’ long, two-level, “O”gauge model train layout, departing from a miniature replica of Grand Central Terminal on their way to the North Pole. This year’s exhibit showcases Lionel’s Grand Central Express, Metro-North, Pennsylvania Flyer, Polar Express, and vintage subway train sets against a backdrop designed for the Museum’s 40th anniversary. 8 am to 8 pm.

Lace up those skates and get sliding across the ice. 10 am to 6:30 pm.

This exhibit tells the story of survival in one of the most unforgiving environments on earth. Through compelling stories told by scientists and Inuit leaders, viewers will discover the impact of ice on the Arctic’s inhabitants, both animals and humans. 10:30 am.

Set in the frozen wilderness at the top of the world, Wonders of the Arctic tells the story of survival in one of the most unforgiving environments on earth dominated by a single element: ice. Far away in this glittering world of ice and snow, polar bears tussle, huskies howl, and narwhals dive within the turquoise waters. Through compelling stories told by scientists and Inuit leaders, viewers will discover the impact of ice on the Arctic’s inhabitants, both animals and humans. For thousands of years, the Inuit and their predecessors have adapted and thrived in this beautiful yet harsh environment. Today, their survival has inspired scientists to conduct intense research and answer troubling questions about life in this fragile and largely uninhabited landscape. 10:30 am.

The iconic feminist artist’s first retrospective, highlighting her technical virtuosity and examination of some of our deepest cultural impulses, compulsions, and fantasies. 11 am–10 pm.

Artist Jeremy Deller used the traditional life-model drawing class to stage a performative event with musician and personality Iggy Pop as model and subject. Come see the results! 11 am–10 pm.

How many people can squeeze into a subway car? Is a subway station as long as a football field? Can a giraffe fit in a subway station? Take to our Platform level with tools and measuring instruments in hand to make numerical discoveries about subway cars and stations. For ages 4 and older. 1:30 pm to 2:15 pm.

Beginning instruction in vocabulary and structure of the English language. Students will learn basic skills necessary for reading, writing, and communicating in English. 6–9 pm.

Join Amnesty Brooklyn at a screening of short films and panel discussions that focus on human rights and social justice. 6 pm.

Instruction in basic technology and workplace skills such as word processing, Excel, e-mail, internet search techniques, and resume-building. 6–9 pm.

Instruction in vocabulary and structure of the English language. Students will develop basic proficiency in English with a focus on improving written and oral communication skills. 6:15–9:15 pm.

A festival debuting short plays by five talented writers. Featuring Nic Adams’ "Icarus in the L.E.S.," Anna Peretz Rogovoy’s “How difficult is it for one body,” Artem Yatsunov’s “Please Google Ukraine,” Angela Abreu’s “Have No Room for the Broken, and Olander “Big O” Wilson’s “What the F*** Was I Thinking?” 6:30–11:55 pm.

A screening of the 1976 film adaptation of Truman Capote’s nonfiction novel that ultimately showed that investigative journalism can be just as engaging as fiction. Kristen Meinzer ("Slate") and Rafer Guzman (“Newsday”) introduce the film. 7 pm.

Celebrate the Brooklyn’s Museum’s exhibition "Iggy Pop Life Class" with an evening of rock ’n’ roll trivia and light-hearted art history lectures, accompanied by wine and beer. 7 pm.

The 13th annual Brooklyn Israel Film Festival has its opening reception, followed by a screening of "Freedom Runners," a documentary about African refugees in Israel who use a running group to find their place. 7:15 pm.

A blistering black comedy about a bickering mother and daughter in a tiny Irish town. Starring Marie Mullen as the mother, who won a Tony for originating the role of daughter Maureen 20 years ago, now taking on the role of mother. 7:30 pm.

The third and final installment of a series all-female Shakespeare productions set inside a women’s prison. In “The Tempest,” captivating actress Harriet Walter will take on the role of Prospero, a wizard exiled to a magical island. 7:30 pm.

The world premiere of Kate Benson’s play about a neighborhood bar in a gentrifying outpost of a major American City. 8 pm.

A stand-up comedy showcase where the city’s best comedians will perform their darkest, saddest, and most traumatic--but still funny--material. With Shane Torres, Nate Fridson, Alison Zeidman, Phoebe Robinson, and more. 8 pm.

A black metal-themed comedy show hosted by Dave Hill, who grew to notoriety in his youth through a series of satirical emails with a Norwegian black metal record label. 8 pm.

The monthly show showcases the best (and most eclectic) variety artists in New York City. With Bushwick drag, Yiddish vaudeville, Bed Stuy street dance, Ukrainian burlesque, and more! 9 pm.

Comedian Kevin Maher and guests discuss copycat films, Turkish knockoffs, and Bollywood versions of blockbusters. 9:30 pm.

Friday, Jan. 27 (See map view)

5th Annual Holiday Train Show is an iconic holiday image of a model train, whirring by as it circles the base of a brightly-lit tree, evoking feelings of warmth and wonder in children and adults alike. To the delight of all, Lionel trains will journey along a 34’ long, two-level, “O”gauge model train layout, departing from a miniature replica of Grand Central Terminal on their way to the North Pole. This year’s exhibit showcases Lionel’s Grand Central Express, Metro-North, Pennsylvania Flyer, Polar Express, and vintage subway train sets against a backdrop designed for the Museum’s 40th anniversary. 8 am to 8 pm.

Tour some of the 330 businesses in the thriving industrial park. With visits to woodworking shops, spacesuit makers, and the new technology center. 9:30 am.

Lace up those skates and get sliding across the ice. 10 am to 9 pm.

This exhibit tells the story of survival in one of the most unforgiving environments on earth. Through compelling stories told by scientists and Inuit leaders, viewers will discover the impact of ice on the Arctic’s inhabitants, both animals and humans. 10:30 am.

Set in the frozen wilderness at the top of the world, Wonders of the Arctic tells the story of survival in one of the most unforgiving environments on earth dominated by a single element: ice. Far away in this glittering world of ice and snow, polar bears tussle, huskies howl, and narwhals dive within the turquoise waters. Through compelling stories told by scientists and Inuit leaders, viewers will discover the impact of ice on the Arctic’s inhabitants, both animals and humans. For thousands of years, the Inuit and their predecessors have adapted and thrived in this beautiful yet harsh environment. Today, their survival has inspired scientists to conduct intense research and answer troubling questions about life in this fragile and largely uninhabited landscape. 10:30 am.

Artist Jeremy Deller used the traditional life-model drawing class to stage a performative event with musician and personality Iggy Pop as model and subject. Come see the results! 11 am–6 pm.

The iconic feminist artist’s first retrospective, highlighting her technical virtuosity and examination of some of our deepest cultural impulses, compulsions, and fantasies. 11 am–6 pm.

An exhibition of new work by painter and monoprinter Jennifer Baker and metal sculptor Fara’h Salehi. 1–6 pm.

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