A new frontier of food and beverage is coming to BRIC! City Farm is moving into the cafe space at BRIC House this week and will be ready to fully feed and caffenate you, beginning Monday, May 16. We are pleased to have them and invite you to swing by and check out all of your new breakfast, lunch, and happy hour options!
BRIC’s Visual Artist Residency program gives a few select artists free studio space in BRIC House and at Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn Heights, for an eight-week period during the summer. The experience gives artists the time and space to create, while providing them with exposure to the BRIC community. BRIC is proud to announce the four artists who have been selected as recipients of the 2016 BRIC Visual Artist Residency: Aisha Tandiwe Bell, Ilana Harris-Babou, Tahir Carl Karmali, and Jakob Kudsk Steensen.
On June 25, 2013, Texas State Senator Wendy Davis stood for 11 hours in pink sneakers, filibustering against a restrictive abortion bill and creating history. Bronx artist Alicia Grullón will recreate this piece of history in its entirety (in an identical pair of pink Mizuno shoes) from 10am until 9pm on Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at BRIC House.
Steven Baines’ oil paintings aim to be metaphors for the passage of time, the brevity of human life. They often continue the traditions of Vanitas and Momento Mori paintings. However they are not heavy or morbid.
We are pleased to announce that BRIC has received 13 nominations for the 2016 New York Emmy Awards. The nominations include nine for BRIC TV, our Brooklyn-focused nonprofit cable channel and digital network launched just last year, and four for shows produced through BRIC's Brooklyn Free Speech initiative.
Brooklyn Poetry Slams at BRIC House feature an inter-generational roster of Brooklyn-based poets who respond to city culture, national issues, and the exhibitions on view the gallery, as well as an open mic portion where the public may sign up to share their words. Here host Mahogany L. Browne interviews the winner of our January 12, 2016 Brooklyn Poetry Slam, Crystal M. Valentine.
Brooklyn Poetry Slams at BRIC House feature an inter-generational roster of Brooklyn-based poets who respond to city culture, national issues, and the exhibitions on view the gallery, as well as an open mic portion where the public may sign up to share their words. Here host Mahogany L. Browne interviews the winner of our December 2, 2015 Brooklyn Poetry Slam, Anthony McPherson.
Periodically, we invite well-known artists and arts professionals to create a Short List of some of their favorite artists in the BRIC Contemporary Artist Registry. This Short List was curated by Osman Can Yerebakan