By Carolyn Kelly

Participant selecting text to erase from Broodthaers' Le Corbeau et le Renard

Participant selecting text to erase from Broodthaers’ Le Corbeau et le Renard

It’s #MuseumWeek on Twitter, so be sure to follow our tweets and share your own from MoMA. While you’re here, don’t miss these highlights:

Assemble group photo (detail)

• Tonight, join the London-based architecture collective Assemble in a conversation about their innovative approaches to building and spatial tactics for social activism. Space is limited, so e-mail adevents@moma.org to RSVP.

• A weeklong run of Tay Garnett’s 1930 feature Her Man—unquestionably the most down-and-dirty version of “Frankie and Johnnie” ever filmed—kicks off on Tuesday, accompanied by other rarely seen films by Garnett, as well as the little seen 1936 film Frankie and Johnnie.

Participant selecting text to erase from Broodthaers' Le Corbeau et le Renard

Participant selecting text to erase from Broodthaers’ Le Corbeau et le Renard

Weekly poetry-making workshops, held in conjunction with the Marcel Broodthaers exhibition, take place on Tuesday. Led by poet Elizabeth Zuba, these drop-in workshops are free with admission on a first-come, first-served basis, with sessions starting at 12:00, 1:00, and 2:00 p.m.

• Join a gallery session on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. to explore the new exhibition Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty and try your hand at transforming subject matter in a short drawing activity involving tracing, inversion, and recombination.

Read more here:: This Week at MoMA: March 28–April 3