BRIC is the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, and one of the largest in New York City. We present and incubate new work by artists and media-makers who reflect the diversity that surrounds us.
The Hubble Cantata, from composer Paola Prestini, will make its world premiere on Saturday, August 6, at the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival. In this blog post, Paola and other members of the creative team talk about the performance and how it came to be.
We're very excited to announce that the fourth year of our New York Emmy-nominated Media Share grant program has begun with an excited group of nonprofit participants ready to learn new skills and become media makers. We'd like to introduce you to the 2016 grantees of our special in-kind grant program for Brooklyn and Brooklyn-affiliated nonprofit organizations.
We interviewed artist Tai Hwa Goh about her installation, Leaks in the hallway of BRIC House. She creates brightly colored, delicately layered installations from hand-printed paper. The title of her installation, Leaks, references the unintended and therefore undesired openings for fluid to escape a container. Leaks can also be seen as the point where the contents of a container and exterior material can be exchanged. For her installation at BRIC, Goh uses BRIC House as a metaphorical body or container of the brimming creative minds of the people that walk its halls and inhabit its spaces. We wanted to know more about her practice as an artist, and the colorful work she created.