In honor of Black History Month, we wanted to highlight a few of the Black artists who will be presenting work or gracing the stage at BRIC. Plus, check out our BRIC TV playlist featuring some of Brooklyn's Black creatives.
He dreamed so that we could fly. Fifteen years ago, Anthony Riddle, BRIC's Senior Vice President for Community Media wrote an essay on the connection between Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's dream and media literacy. His words are as powerful and relevant today as they were then.
As we approach the end of 2019, the staff at the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival looks back at their favorite shows from the 2019 season, with shoutouts to everyone from Celso Piña to Liz Phair to Burna Boy, and everyone in between. Is your favorite on the list?
As part of the 2020 Under the Radar Festival, Jess Thom (Touretteshero) takes on Samuel Beckett's short play Not I in a theatrical experience exploring neurodiversity. These performances, which take place January 10-13 and 16-19 all incorporate American Sign Language (ASL) and are Relaxed Performances. But what does that mean? Here are some answers to several common accessibility questions as it relates to Not I.
This week, BRIC TV and BRIC Radio premiered three shows exploring the fight against climate change, how artists are responding systemic and institutional oppression, and the artfulness of the gig economy.