Pinkie, The Talking Parrot, is at the Guggenheim Museum, where she is residing in the staff offices and will be on view to the public regularly throughout the month. During Pinkie's stay, the museum is organizing a variety of programs for and around her. These include a film series specially curated for her, displayed on a monitor beside her cage on the Rotunda Floor. This series opens with a selection of non-objective films that were supported by the Guggenheim's founding director Hilla Rebay in the early 20th century. The program will develop over the course of the month in response to her engagement and interests. Visitors are welcome to view these films alongside Pinkie.
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Earlier Event: June 7Participate in a Call to Action at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World
Later Event: June 8A Museum Artwork is on view