The three-night Marathon, with 21 groups performing overlapping sets in the BRIC House Ballroom, Gallery, and Artist Studio, features Ravi Coltrane, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Makaya McCraven, Kneebody, and more.
BRIC is pleased to announce the six artists selected to receive the 2019-20 ArtFP commission: Joey De Jesus, Oasa DuVerney, Adama Delphine Fawundu, Christie Neptune, Jamaal Peterman, and Padma Rajendran. With the award, BRIC will support the selected visual artists in creating and presenting exhibitions in spaces throughout BRIC House.
BRIC and Brooklyn Historical Society are pleased to announce Beyond Geographies: Contemporary Art and Muslim Experience, a group exhibition that explores the dimensions of the contemporary Muslim experience with works by nine New York-based artists.
ARTFORUM: BRIC selects artists for summer 2019 residency program
BRIC, the Brooklyn-based cultural nonprofit organization, has invited nine emerging and mid-career artists to participate in its summer 2019 BRICworkspace residency program. Participants include Zalika Azim, Shelly Bahl, Mimi Bai, Julian Chams, Dain DeltaDawn, Sareh Imani, Mei Kazama, Nsenga Knight, and Gustavo Prado.
BRIC is pleased to announce the nine artists-in-residence for the summer 2019 BRICworkspace residency program. BRICworkspace provides emerging and mid-career artists with essential resources and support as well as critical feedback and exposure of their work. The residency offers free studio space in the Artist’s Studio at BRIC House (647 Fulton), the Project Room at BRIC House, and in classroom space at Saint Ann’s School (33 Clinton St), all located in Downtown Brooklyn
BRIC is proud to announce its 31st annual student exhibition, WINDOWS: Framing the Future. On view from May 24 - June 16, 2019 with an opening reception on May 23 from 6-8pm, this exhibition enables the students creating visual and media art through BRIC’s extensive educational programming to showcase their work in a professional setting in BRIC’s gallery. It brings together 34 schools, 5 community centers, 14 academic grades, and the works of more than 500 students from all over Brooklyn in one cohesive exhibition at BRIC House.
BRIC, the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn is proud to announce its summer group exhibition, Serious Play: Translating Form, Subverting Meaning. On view from June 26 - August 18, 2019, the exhibition will explore the forms and processes related to play as a source of creative inspiration for contemporary artists. The exhibition curated by Elizabeth Ferrer and Jenny Gerow, includes the Brooklyn-based artists Chris Bogia, Damien Davis, Kat Chamberlin, Amanda Valdez, Julien Gardair, and Ronny Quevedo.
BRIC is pleased to partner with Big Mozz, who will curate an all-new food and beverage program at the Festival, with some of the city's top culinary talent creating menus perfect for outdoor summer concerts.