EXHIBITION ON VIEW MAY 20 - JUNE 14, 2020
Including work gathered from students in 34 different schools and five community centers across Brooklyn, spanning ages 5 – 18, this annual exhibition is a exceptional collection of artwork created by Brooklyn students over the course of the year. For three decades, BRIC has been a pioneer in providing meaningful art education to public school students throughout Brooklyn. BRIC’s Education program is distinguished by the involvement of professional contemporary artists, who bring their individual studio practices into the classroom via in-school residencies that introduce new ways of learning through innovative fine art techniques, concepts, and creative thinking.
These residencies have culminated in lively, thought-provoking exhibitions presented at BRIC that offer students the opportunity to see their own work and that of their peers mounted in a professional gallery setting, breaking down barriers between youth and institutional art spaces.
Also introducing an affiliated exhibition curated by BRIC's inaugural Youth Curatorial Fellows titled Make This Accessible, focusing on New York's transit systems. BRIC’s Youth Curatorial Fellowship program is a group of teen curators developing and producing the 1st Annual For-Teens-By-Teens, BRIC’s Youth Contemporary Art Exhibition. The exhibition will showcase Visual Arts pieces in 2D & 3D mediums created by Brooklyn high school and college undergraduate age (14-21) artists, including printmaking, drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, textile, mixed-media, and installation art. Interested in participating? The fellows are accepting artwork submissions through Jan 14 through their open call.
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The 3,000 square-foot Gallery in BRIC House has soaring 18-foot ceilings that permit major exhibitions focusing on emerging and mid-career artists and curators.
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