This Is The Place Where Media Dreamers Become Media Makers
Brooklyn Free Speech is YOUR Emmy-winning, community-produced TV and podcast network featuring content produced by YOU. Brooklyn Free Speech has aired hundreds of thousands of hours of community-produced media since it hit the airwaves in 1990. We take great pride in airing your local films, documentaries, podcasts, and moments on our channels. We think of our community-produced media platforms as: Locally sourced. Globally shared.
You do not have to RSVP.
No entrance 15 minutes after orientation begins, or if we are at capacity.
Orientation is a great introduction to what Public Access is all about— free and low-cost, high-quality media education courses; a wide variety of services and resources available to help build your media résumé; all complemented with free events and networking opportunities designed to foster a strong sense of community at Brooklyn Free Speech.
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Want to have your film, TV show, or short air on our New York Emmy-winning, community-produced TV network? It's possible. Learn more at orientation!
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 The BRIC Media Center.
LONG ISLAND RAILROAD
The Long Island Railroad stops at Atlantic Terminal, approximately 2 ½ blocks away from The BRIC Media Center. (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.
The Stoop at BRIC House is a public cultural gathering space featuring free, drop-in programming, and offering a place to sit, observe, and participate in multi-disciplinary work.
718.683.9338 | classes@BRICartsmedia.org