Concrete Stories: BRIC Youth Media Festival is planned, promoted, designed, and judged entirely by media-savvy Brooklyn high school students as part of the BRIC Youth Media Fellowship Program. Concrete Stories aims to promote conversations around the power and potential of young people by showcasing authentic, entertaining, eclectic, inspiring, and courageous works by Brooklyn-affiliated youth media makers under the age of twenty-one. This special red carpet event features the screening of a collection of short docs, fiction film, music videos, and animation created by highly competitive and talented creators. Awards are given for directing, storytelling, cinematography, and editing.
The BRIC Ballroom is a wheelchair-accessible, flexible performance space that accommodates a wide variety of configurations and performance styles. Located on the first floor of BRIC House.
For ticketed events, the Box Office opens one hour prior to show time. Advanced tickets can be purchased online.
ACCESS-A-RIDE | UBER | LYFT
Tell the driver you're going to 57 Rockwell Place (Between Fulton Street & DeKalb Avenue). It'll be much easier for them to find our building and you'll be dropped off right in front of the door.
2 3 4 5 to Nevins Street (closest station!)
B Q R (D & N, 11PM - 6AM) to Dekalb Avenue (ACCESSIBLE)
B D N Q R to Atlantic Avenue—Barclays Center (ACCESSIBLE)
A C G to Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street
C to Lafayette Avenue
G to Fulton Street
B25, B26, B38, B41, B45, B52, B63, B67 (ACCESSIBLE)
All of the above buses stop within three blocks of BRIC.
LONG ISLAND RAILROAD
The Long Island Railroad stops at Atlantic Terminal, approximately 2 ½ blocks away from BRIC. (ACCESSIBLE)
FULL LIST OF ACCESSIBLE SUBWAY STATIONS
Looking for the full list of MTA accessible subway stations in Brooklyn? Here it is!
Travel Alert: Please confirm bus and subway service on the MTA website as there are
frequent weeknight and weekend service interruptions.