BRIC, a leading arts and media institution anchored in Brooklyn, today announced that President Kristina Newman-Scott has informed the organization that she will be stepping down from her role effective August 31, 2021. After working closely with the Board of Directors through her transition, Ms. Newman-Scott will become a consultant to BRIC as the organization continues to bring cutting edge new programming to the Brooklyn community. BRIC'S Executive Committee will work with the senior staff while the Board searches for the next leader.
BRIC is pleased to announce the appointment of Seneca Mudd as their Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President. Mudd will build upon his vast experience in business development, operational strategy, and digital media, as well as his passion for the arts, to oversee BRIC's strategic growth and daily operations.
BRIC, a leading arts and media institution anchored in Brooklyn, is pleased to announce Latinx Abstract, a groundbreaking exhibition that asserts the enduring legacy of abstraction among Latinx artists.
BRIC, a leading educator, incubator, and presenter of arts and cultural programming in Brooklyn, is pleased to announce the 2020 recipients of the Colene Brown Art Prize, an unrestricted $100,000 grant awarded in amounts of $10,000 each to ten New York-based visual artists.
BRIC is pleased to announce the inaugural cohort of its new BRIClab: Film + TV residency track. The track offers unique resources designed to meet the needs of film, tv, and media practices including financial support, mentorship, skills-based learning opportunities and resources, and documentation of their work. A public presentation of their work will take place at the conclusion of the six-month residency, details to be announced.
In the run-up to the 2020 Presidential Election, BRIC and the american vicarious restage the historic 1965 debate between intellectual heavyweights, James Baldwin and William F. Buckley Jr. Live on YouTube and Cable October 22-24, 2020, 7:30PM EST
BRIC and Prospect Park Alliance, in partnership with NYC Parks, have commissioned the collaborative duo Brooklyn Hi-Art! Machine to create a public art project at the Prospect Park Bandshell, on view from October 3, 2020 through May 2021.