BRIC Stands With Our Black Community

A Letter From Our President:

In this moment of profound reckoning for our country, I'm stunned by having witnessed so brazenly the ongoing consequences of whiteness being weaponized against Black bodies. I grieve for the Black lives taken from us: George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and many others. I'm also pained by the toll COVID-19 has taken on our country, our city, our borough, and our neighbors. KEEP READING >>

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BRIClab is a multi-disciplinary residency program created to advance opportunities for visual artists, performers, and media makers. 


The BRIClab: Film + TV residency track incubates innovative and ambitious storytellers working in both established and experimental forms of media. Three residencies will be awarded to create opportunities for emerging and mid-career media makers.

Congratulations to our 2020 BRIClab: Film + TV residents: Dolly LiNova Scott-James; and Martina SönksenJuliana Curi, and Lívia Cheibub! Learn more about our artists-in-residence and their projects, here.

Applications for the 2020 BRIClab: Film + TV residency are now closed, please check back soon for information on the 2021 application. If you're interested in applying for the 2021 BRIClab: Film + TV residency, sign up for "Artists Opportunities" to receive a notification when submissions open.


Please note: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all residency activities will be conducted online. Applicants must demonstrate their ability to complete their projects remotely. The health and safety of our fellows and BRIC staff and advisors is our primary concern, and we will resume in-person activities once it is safe to do so. 


RESIDENCY BENEFITS

  • A stipend of $2500
  • Access to courses through BRIC's Media Education program at no fee
  • Access to BRIC production studios and post-production resources
  • A mentor with industry experience relevant to your project
  • A collaborative cohort community with group critiques and access to BRIC networking events
  • A public presentation of your work upon completion of the program
  • Access to industry gatekeepers through professional development workshops and collaboration opportunities

WHO SHOULD APPLY

You must be: 

  • A local creative, 18 years of age or older.
  • A media-maker with a proven degree of competence in production. 
  • An individual artist and/or a creative team of two.
  • Either not employed by BRIC full-time, or a non-salaried BRIC staffer who works fewer than 500 hours/year.

We are interested in:

  • Project proposals in film, tv, podcasting, multimedia, animation, post-production, or other time-based media. 
  • Thoroughly-researched, original concepts for content to be created during the residency.
  • Proven potential for the project to be completed in six months.
  • A variety of project programming areas that maximize the use of our facilities and resources.
  • Applicants must demonstrate their ability to complete their projects remotely. 

SELECTION PANEL
Applications will be reviewed by a panel consisting of BRIC internal staff members and reputable industry professionals.


INFORMATION SESSIONS
Information sessions are not required, but are an opportunity to speak directly with program staff and to see the Media Incubator space. There are no information sessions at this time, but check back soon for more information!

 

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