In the Fort Greene/Downtown Brooklyn neighborhood, a group of dedicated residents known as the Intergenerational Community Arts Council (ICAC) have been weathering the pandemic by sharing resources, supporting their neighbors, and creating artwork that celebrates the power and connectedness of our communities.
Join ICAC members for a screening of the ICAC’s video chapbook Brooklyn’s Own, alongside conversation hosted by the ICAC’s artist-in-residence, Najee Omar.
Featuring ICAC members:
Chad Purkey, BID Executive Director, Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership
This virtual event will be livestreamed on YouTube.com/BRICBrooklyn, and accompanied with live transcription that can be found here.
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The Intergenerational Community Arts Council (ICAC) is proudly supported by program partners BRIC and The Performance Project at University Settlement.