Courage, reflection, and sacrifice–these are themes explored in the latest BRIC exhibition featuring Puerto Rican artist Juan Sánchez. Born and raised in Brooklyn, his work reflects a diverse and colorful [...]
The first Brooklyn Poetry Slam of the fall 2015 season took place on November 4, 2015, with talented Writer/Educator/Activist/Curator Mahogany L. Browne as host and music by DJ JivePoetic. Poets of all ages [...]Read more...
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 [...]Read more...
The issues of race, identity, and politics have never been more powerful or more poignant than in the works of Brooklyn-based visual artist Juan Sánchez (b.1954), whose solo exhibition [...]Read more...
Immigrants are leeches, taking things away from true American citizens. Immigrants don’t want to engage in civic life. Immigrants don’t contribute to society. We could institute an effective system of [...]
This past Sunday, September 27 we celebrated the Atlantic Antic’s 41st Annual Festival and had a blast. BRIC was out at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Clinton Street with [...]
Atlantic Antic is one of BRIC’s favorite ways to say good-bye to summer. We’ll be out there on Clinton Street and Atlantic Avenue all-day on Sunday, September 27. Come by [...]
BRIC is pleased to announce the timelines and deadlines associated with its 2015-16 opportunities for visual artists at BRIC House. Please note that more information will be added to [...]
Everybody’s got to eat, but some people are consumed (pun intended) by all of the interesting edibles out there. Our friends at Taste Talks host a national series of festivals [...]
The cafe at BRIC House is proudly serviced by Hungry Ghost Coffee Bar and Cafe of Brooklyn. BRIC is proud to feature a rotating exhibition of commissioned site-specific artwork at BRIC House, [...]
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 [...]
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. [...]
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 [...]