In accordance with the City of New York and health officials guidelines, and as we work together to overcome this public health crisis, our doors will be closed through the end of April. This means that all events through April 30 are canceled.
Starting Friday, March 13 through March 31, all of our media education classes are postponed, both at BRIC House and Brooklyn Public Libraries. If you are a registered student you will be contacted with further instructions from our education team.
Starting Monday, March 16 through April 30, our building, BRIC House at 647 Fulton St., will be closed to the public. This means that our exhibitions, media center, public spaces, and BRIC Cafe will be closed and all of our public programs will be postponed or canceled, including this Saturday’s performance by Gyun Hur. We will be reaching out to ticket buyers by the end of the day on Friday, March 13 with additional information on rescheduling or refunding.
Our current exhibitions will remain open through Sunday, March 15.
Our modified Media Center hours remain through Sunday, March 15 as follows:
During their research and preparation for the Gallery exhibition, Death Becomes Her, co-curators Jenny Gerow and Harry Weil spoke with licensed funeral director and The Green-Wood Cemetery's death educator, Amy Cunningham. Read through their discussion for a new look at the theme behind our winter 2020 exhibition. An abridged version of this interview is included in the printed exhibition brochure, available in the Gallery.
BRIC is privileged to be able to work with some of the most dynamic arts and culture organizations. Check out our co-presented programming in honor of Black History Month, and learn more about the missions of our partners.
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.