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 [...]
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 [...]Read more...
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 [...]Read more...
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 [...]Read more...
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, [...]Read more...
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 [...]
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. [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]