As an institution, it's an honor to partner with some of the most dynamic arts and culture organizations. These crucial relationships not only strengthen our programming, but allow for a variety of audiences to come together and share their points-of-view. Check out our co-presented programming in honor of Black History Month, and learn more about our partners' mission and values. 

Hueniversity: Media Maker Panel Discussion 
SAT, FEB 15 | 3PM | FREE 

Museum Hue's mission is to foster the social cohesion, well-being, and economic impact that arts and culture offer creatives and communities of color. They craft a welcoming and supportive environment that encourages exploration, investigation, collaboration, imagination, and curation in museums throughout major cities, countrysides, and everywhere in between.

In partnership with BRIC, Musuem Hue will host a panel of media-makers who are creating space and telling their own stories, from cultural experiences to social justice issues. Together, we'll discuss utilizing these platforms to foster greater representation for people of color within the digital realm that extends out into the real world.


  • Nahal Amouzadeh | Digital Content Specialist at All Arts Network
  • Jessica Mason | Manager of Adult Education at BRIC
  • Armando Somoza | CEO & Co-Founder of CodeScty
  • Nia I’man Smith | Community Engagement Associate at BRIC
  • Jośe Luis Vilson | Founder and Executive Director of EduColor

Learn more about Museum Hue on this episdoe of BK Live from the BRIC TV archives:


Celebrating Black History: Black TV Matters, Reclaiming the Narrative
SAT, FEB 22 | 2-4PM | FREE 
At Weeksville Heritage Center 

Weeksville Heritage Center is a crucial Brooklyn institution. This museum in Crown Heights is dedicated to documenting, preserving, and interpreting the history of one of America's pre-Civil War free Black communities. 

As part of BRIC's Black History is American History Month programming, we are proud to partner with Weeksville Heritage Center to screen three pieces centered around social justice and activism:

  • Why Kaep Kneels by Hadasah Cornell
  • Artistic Reflections by Melvin Isaac
  • Objective Opinion by James Woods

Hosted by Matthew Allen and Jessica Mason, the three films on view have all aired or been produced through BRIC's Brooklyn Free Speech TV & Podcast Network. Special musical performance by Gabrielle Smith-Junor.

Learn more about our partnership with Weeksville Heritage Center on this episdoe of 112BK from the BRIC TV archives: