Photograph from the album cover shoot for Aladdin Sane, 1973 (Brian Duffy/Photo Duffy © Duffy Archive & The David Bowie Archive)David Bowie Is,” the expansive exhibition focusing on the influential rocker’s multifaceted career, will make its U.S. debut on March 2 when it opens at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City. During the display’s run, which ends July 15, a variety of film screenings, musical performances and other special Bowie-themed events will be held at the museum.

On March 8, the 1996 biopic Basquiat, which featured Bowie as famed artist Andy Warhol, will be shown, accompanied by live performances from artists, musicians and dancers.

On March 29, the band Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber will pay tribute to Bowie by performing unique covers of the late singer’s tunes.

April 7 will see the museum host an evening-long variety of events, including live music, films, theatrical performances, conversations and more.

On May 18, a celebration called “Dance Party: Night of 1,000 Bowies” will be held at the museum that will feature DJs and musical performances paying homage to David’s many looks and guises. Attendees are encouraged to wear Bowie costumes to the bash.

For the first three weeks of June, a different Bowie-related movie will be shown each Thursday at 7 p.m., with The Hunger being screened on June 7, Labyrinth on June 14 and Velvet Goldmine on June 21.

Then on Thursday, June 28, a variety of Bowie’s classic music videos will be shown, and famed photographer Mick Rock will be on hand to close the evening with a Q&A session.

The “David Bowie Is” exhibition features more than 300 items from the late Rock & Roll Hall of Famer’s archives, spanning from his teenage years to his death in January 2016. They include stage costumes, instruments, handwritten set lists and lyrics, personal sketches, set designs, diary entries and more.

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