Day two of the BRIC OPEN continues with additional performances of Phillip Howze’s play Self Portraits, storytelling with The Innocence Project, Macon Reed’s A Pressing Conference, a postcard writing session, and more!
On day three, practice radical self-care with Harriet’s Apothecary, catch Phillip Howze’s play, take a walk with artist/historian Kamau Ware around Fort Greene, and express yourself at an open mic with Mahogany L. Browne.
Closing day of the festival is an all-day affair featuring a hair party with Urban Bush Women, another healing workshop with Harriet’s Apothecary, a zine fair curated by New Latin Wave, art-making with Colectiva Cósmica, Protest Song Karaoke, more walks with Kamau Ware, and more!
Join us for a conversation led by artist and curator Jaishri Abichandani with panelists Robina Niaz, Aleyamma Mathew, Zohra, YaliniDream, and Swati Khurana as they discuss how feminist organizing in the South Asian diaspora has changed over the last 20 years.
Look + Listen celebrates contemporary music by presenting it in compelling visual art settings; the event at BRIC will include Jessie Marino featuring the TAK Ensemble, Angélica Negrón, Seth Parker Woods, and George Lewis.
Learn valuable marketing and distribution techniques from the founder and CEO of the Hip Hop Film Festival, CR Capers.
General Admission: Standing
First come, first served
This movement jam/dance class embraces the idea that everyone has a unique and significant contribution to make, and that our bodies are powerful and capable.
Calling all next-generation filmmakers and media professionals! At Teen Media Careers Day, young people can explore media resources and learn about possible careers in media fields. The event includes hands-on activities in video and podcasting, and a panel discussion featuring young media professionals.