This was my first time at the Alliance for Community Media (ACM) conference and it was a real eye opener. I always assumed that community media public access or PEG [...]
This summer, BRIC welcomed three Brooklyn-based artists into their two studio spaces at BRIC House and the former BRIC Rotunda Gallery on Clinton Street as recipients of the BRIC Visual [...]Read more...
Dana Kane is a Brooklyn-based visual artist whose work over the past four decades has spanned many mediums ranging from photography and works on paper to sculpture and large-scale installations. [...]Read more...
The magnitude of Clifford Ross’s paintings is served well by the large, open space of BRIC’s main gallery. Standing in the center, the viewer feels surrounded by the crashing waves [...]Read more...
On Tuesday night, BRIC partnered with Made in NY Media Center by IFP for a BRIC FLIX event on the Stoop at BRIC House. The theme was “Interactive Media for [...]Read more...
I have worked for community access for over two years. Prior to that I was aware of public access but not aware of the impact it had on the community. [...]
NAME: Richard Taber TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF. Grew up in southern California and came to NY in June 2001. I am in webcasting – I work for a company [...]
NAME: Thom Duffy and Moira Bailey WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST CELEBRATE BROOKLYN! CONCERT? Moira: Eric Bogosian. We moved to Brooklyn from London in 1998. Our son was three and [...]
Ari Tabei, known through her artwork as aricoco, is one of the three Brooklyn-based artists who were selected for BRIC’s second annual Summer Visual Artist Residency program. For the duration [...]
Digital artist Shamus Clisset works with 3-D modeling and rendering programs to produce scenes that are at once seemingly realistic and completely improbable. His current work focuses around a figure [...]
In the following essay, Clifford Ross discusses why he turns away from convention in the works featured in his solo exhibition, Water | Waves | Wood at [...]
Periodically, BRIC invites artists and arts professionals to create a Short List of some of their favorite artists in the BRIC Contemporary Artist Registry curated around a common theme. The following [...]
A New TV Studio in Coney Island! BRIC’s Brooklyn Free Speech TV Studio at the Brooklyn Public Library’s (BPL) Coney Island branch was over two years in the making and [...]
Now in its second year, BRIC’s Visual Artist Residency grants three artists the opportunity to have free studio space in or near BRIC House for an eight week period. This [...]