As the City of New York develops its first ever New York City Cultural Plan, join the Downtown Brooklyn Arts Alliance (DBAA) for a lively open discussion about how we can keep arts and culture vibrant in Downtown Brooklyn.
Make your voice heard in this community conversation about what culture means to you, how you experience culture in your daily life, and how your local neighborhood arts organizations can best engage you. Your voice and participation are key to ensuring that your needs and priorities are reflected in the Cultural Plan and that it is inclusive, equitable, and representative of Downtown Brooklyn's diverse and active cultural life.
Join us for a community conversation about arts and culture in Downtown Brooklyn.Presented by the Downtown Brooklyn Arts Alliance (DBAA)
Miguel Luciano, Visual Artist
Chitra Aiyar, Executive Director, Sadie Nash Leadership Project
Meredith Phillips Almeida, Executive Director, Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership
Deborah Schwartz, President, the Brooklyn Historical SocietyThe event is funded by the New York City Cultural Agenda Fund in The New York Community Trust, and is being overseen by BRIC, a founding member of the DBAA.
DBAA is a coalition of more than 30 cultural groups organized to connect and serve Downtown Brooklyn cultural organizations, to communicate their impact on Downtown Brooklyn and to actively mobilize in the best interests of artist communities. DBAA works to connect Downtown Brooklyn cultural organizations to enable collaboration, share information and provide an effective voice that can speak to business, political and community leaders about economic benefits and service of cultural organizations to Downtown Brooklyn. DBAA also works to discuss and address issues affecting artist communities and cultural organizations in Downtown Brooklyn.
This 40,000 square-foot multi-disciplinary arts and media complex in the former Strand Theatre is a true home for artists and audiences, where emerging and established artists can create work that deepens their practice and engages the diverse audiences of Brooklyn.