BRIC, the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, is pleased to announce that its two community media TV networks—Brooklyn Free Speech and BRIC TV—won five (5) New York Emmy Awards at the 61st Annual New York Emmy® Awards on Saturday, April 14, 2018.
In fall 2017, collaborative duo Oneika Phillips and James Petrozzello won the "Viewer's Choice" award for their work, The Magdalena Series: The Truth Hurts, 2016, in BRIC's OPEN (C)ALL: TRUTH exhibition. Erin McDonald, a member of BRIC's Contemporary Art team, sat down with them to discuss the story of their collaboration, the meaning behind their work, and their artistic practices and process.
There is only one word that we can think of to describe the 5th Annual B Free Awards which took place on Saturday, March 24, 2018— magical! If you missed this not-to-miss event, SHAME! But, don't feel too bad because we have a great recap in store for you. Ready. Set. Read!
"If I want to improve my life, I had to do the things that other people did to have a better life. Imagine your wildest dream—like the wildest dream you ever had—and then beyond that!" That was a short excerpt from this mini documentary, featuring Emmy-nominated filmmaker and B Free Award-winning producer, Sheba Legend in honor of Women's Herstory / History Month.
In continuing to celebrate Women’s History Month, we sat down withElizabeth Ferrer, BRIC's VP of Contemporary Art, to talk about her journey in the art world as a woman curator of color, and to hear about #5WomenArtists whose work currently inspires her.
BRIC's residency is an opportunity for artists of all disciplines to take up residence in BRIC House and use its resources to develop their craft further. This spring BRIC is proud to introduce our artists currently in residence; below are short bios of these artist and their work.
We talked with Megan Donis, BRIC TV's Editorial Director of Public Engagement about #BHeard, being a woman working in media, what's next for the #MeToo movement and more. Catch the next #BHeard Town Hall, #MeToo Is Just The Beginning, on Wed 3/21.
Emerging curator Claire Kim, who has worked in the curatorial department of BRIC and who is currently participating in the Downtown Brooklyn Arts Management Fellowship, selects a group of artists from BRIC's Contemporary Artist Registry whose work explores the concept of "home," and the the process of gaining a sense of self and belonging.
Vote from home. Vote on your way to work. Vote at work. Vote while cleaning the fish tank. Vote while walking your dog. Vote while walking your cat. Vote at the supermarket. Vote at the gym. Vote while watching This is Us. Vote while in a Nor’easter. Whatever you do, just vote. Voting closes Saturday, March 24 at 7:30PM.