Do you know about BRIClab? BRIClab is our commissioning and residency program for local artists working in music, dance, theater, and multidisciplinary performance. Meet the BRIClab artists for our Fall 2018 Season!
A wide range of jazz music and styles will fill BRIC House next month during BRIC JazzFest, and as part of this event, we’re proud to present work from Hispanic and Latino artists, as well as those who focus on Latin Jazz.
As Chair of the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Friends Council, Nell Muldoon leads a 15-group council who serve as the community ambassadors for the Festival and help promote BRIC’s mission of keeping the arts accessible to all. Learn more about Nell, her life in Brooklyn, and how small businesses have become an important element of the Festival each summer!
Summer is here, and we have seven wonderful visual artists in-residence at BRIC House, and just down the street at 505 State Street, our satelitte residency space. Learn more about our newest BRICworkspace artists and visit their open studios during our OPEN HOUSE/OPEN STUDIOS event on August 1 from 6-9PM.
We are proud to announce our newest BRICworkspace visual artists-in-residence -- Paolo Arao, David Antonio Cruz, Tali Keren, and Adama Delphine Fawundu -- who have moved into their studios at 505 State Street, our satelitte residency space generously provided by Alloy and just steps from BRIC House. Learn more about these artists below and stay tuned for an open studios event at the end of the year.
This past spring, food giant Goya partnered with BRIC to generously sponsor the exhibition, Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Their Diasporas. In conjunction with sponsorship of the show and as part of the company’s Goya Gives initiative, the popular food label proposed working with BRIC to facilitate anartist residency at the Orfanato Niños de Cristoorphanage in La Romana, located in the Dominican Republic, and founded by Henry Cardenas and Marc Anthony of the Maestro Cares Foundation. Bordering the Imaginary exhibition artist iliana emilia garcía was selected to travel to the Dominican Republic to provide a series of art workshopsat the orphanage. BRIC's Contemporary Art Program Manager Sol Nova accompanied garcía on the trip, and helped out with the workshops she provided to 25 orphaned kids interested in art, ages 10-18. Here, Sol talks about the trip and her experience helping the youngsters at Orfanato Niños de Cristo create art.