Help Ensure a More Vibrant Future for Brooklyn

As we imagine a post-pandemic future, the arts will play a leading role in creating the future we deserve. BRIC is committed to building this creative future together. Because, like you, we are invested in Brooklyn. We live in Brooklyn. This is our home. You are our community. And this is our future.

We invite you now to consider a commitment to BRIC, as we continue to build Brooklyn’s creative future.


2018-19 Downtown Brooklyn Arts Management Fellows, photo by Abigail B. Clark

The Downtown Brooklyn Arts Management Fellowship Program completed two cycles and is currently on hiatus.  This program was a paid opportunity for a cohort of young people to gain experience and skills for careers in arts management.  The program goal was to increase the diversity of staff in cultural organizations, by creating a route into arts management that does not rely on unpaid internships or master’s degrees.  It was sponsored by four organizations in the Brooklyn Cultural District: BRIC, Mark Morris Dance Group, Theatre for a New Audience, and the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts.

The program design included work experience assignments at the partner organizations in all aspects of arts management.  Fellows also attended a professional development program twice each week, including core knowledge areas such as marketing and fundraising, communication skills, guest speakers, and an experiential learning project.  The fellowship was intended as a springboard for each fellow’s professional network and career in arts management.

We prepared a toolkit of materials for organizations who may be interested in developing similar fellowship programs.  For more information, please contact