Brooklyn's Creative Future Needs You!

For over forty years, BRIC has been giving Brooklyn a platform and a gathering place. BRIC’s creative workforce is the lifeblood of our organization and represents a significant segment of Brooklyn’s creative economy. 

Help support our mission to Build Brooklyn’s Creative Future, by donating to the BRIC CREATIVE FUTURE RELIEF FUND.


Hear from BRIClab Artists About Their Experiences

Tuesday, December 3, 2019 - 12:30PM

Hear about the BRIClab Performance Residency from artists who have participated in the past, and check out photos of some of the more unique productions that have taken over our Artist Studio Stage.

Accessibility, Relaxed Performances, and Touretteshero’s Not I by Samuel Beckett

Thursday, November 21, 2019 - 12:00PM

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.

Say Hello to our Spring 2018 BRIClab Artists!

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 - 12:45PM

Brooklyn: meet our 2018 Spring BRIClab artists! 

BRIClab is our commissioning and residency program for local artists working in music, dance, theater and multidisciplinary performance. As part of the program, we encourage artists to learn from their experience and take time to understand how the audience feels about the work. This is where you, the audience, come in! Each BRIClab performance is followed by a dialogue between the artist and audience, where you can provide valuable feedback for the continued development of the work. Learn about these amazing artists and be a part of their process!