photo credit: Laurent Chevalier

Do you love the arts? 
Do you want to improve health and wellness in your community?

Apply by January 15, 2022 to be a paid member of the Intergenerational Community Arts Council (ICAC)


 

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The ICAC is a multi-generational team of residents developing values-driven arts programming by, for and with community members of the Ingersoll, Whitman, Farragut and Atlantic Terminal NYCHA houses and surrounding Brooklyn neighborhoods. 

In 2022-23, the ICAC will create arts events that focus on improving health and wellness in our community. 

To learn more about the ICAC: Click HERE

By joining the ICAC you will receive:

  • The opportunity to influence the arts in your community
  • Training in media-making, marketing, curation, and project management
  • Up to $850 stipend for participating in monthly meetings ($50 per meeting)
     

The ICAC is seeking new members who:

  • Demonstrate a deep commitment to community and passion for the arts
  • Are able to attend one Thursday night meeting per month, from 6-8:30PM, plus participation in events
  • Can commit to joining the ICAC for Cycle III: February 2022 - June 2023
  • Are able to show ID and proof of COVID vaccination.

Priority is given to residents and staff of Ingersoll, Farragut, Whitman Houses, and Atlantic Terminal NYCHA developments, but open to the wider Fort Greene/Downtown Brooklyn community.

Meetings and events will take place at BRIC, Ingersoll Community Center, and other fully accessible venues in the Fort Greene/Downtown Brooklyn area.

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Questions? Help applying?
Please contact Jessica Sucher, BRIC
jsucher@bricartsmedia.org; (718) 683-5622

Check out the ICAC's 2018 project, We Are Brooklyn: A Community Block Party, produced in collaboration with Najee Omar, ICAC's first artist-in-residence: 

The Intergenerational Community Arts Council is a joint program of University Settlement’s Performance Project, Ingersoll Community Center, and BRIC. Support for this program is generously provided by Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts NY.