This summer, the Brooklyn Museum will present a wide array of exciting and inexpensive art-related activities for the whole family. Below is a partial schedule of family-friendly events and exhibitions. Families can also enjoy the Brooklyn Museum’s renowned permanent collection of art from around the world. Please note that Arty Facts and Meet the Museum will be on summer vacation beginning in June. Regularly scheduled classes will resume in October. Free Target First Saturdays: Afro-Latin Roots Saturday, June 4, 5–11 p.m. June’s Target First Saturday is an exploration of Afro-Latin culture through art, music, and performance. Highlights include the film Adios Momo about an Afro-Uruguayan boy who learns about life and his heritage through the songs of carnival; an art-making class in which participants create their own Inca-inspired object; and a dance party featuring DJ Spinna and a variety of world music from 8 to 10 p.m. All events and Museum admission are free. Free Target First Saturday: Vishnu Saturday, July 2, 5–11 p.m. July’s Target First Saturday celebrates the exhibition Vishnu: Hinduism’s Blue-Skinned Savior and Independence Day. Highlights include the singer Falu who mixes contemporary rock with classical Indian music, a traditional Hindu dance and storytelling performance by the Kathak Ensemble, an art-making class in which participants sculpt their own avatar, and a dance party from 8 to 10 p.m. All events and Museum admission are free. Arty Facts: In each ninety-minute Arty Facts class, children four to seven and their adult friends explore the galleries, enjoy a family activity, and make their own art. Arty Facts will be on summer vacation beginning in June and will resume in October. Meet the Museum: Meet the Museum, a monthly program for toddlers two to three years old and those who care for them, meets at 11 a.m. every Thursday (except holidays). The program will be on summer vacation beginning in June and will resume in October. Family-Friendly Special Exhibition Vishnu: Hinduism’ Blue-Skinned Savior June 24, 2011–October 2, 2011 This exhibition will feature more than 170 objects exploring the many personae and legends of the Hindu god, Vishnu, and the diverse traditions of worship that have celebrated him. The works include Indian sculpture, paintings, textiles, and ritual objects ranging in date from the fourth century B.C.E. to the twentieth century. reOrder: An Architectural Environment by Situ Studio Through January 15, 2012 This site-specific installation created by Situ Studio, a Brooklyn-based architectural firm specializing in design and fabrication, inaugurates the first phase of the Brooklyn Museum’s project for the 10,000-squarefoot colonnaded hall on the first floor. The installation transforms the Great Hall with a network of stretched, semitranslucent fabric, plywood forms, and molded benches and tables.