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Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties at the Brooklyn Museum
Park Slope

In observance of the fiftieth anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Brooklyn Museum debuts Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties.

BRIC House Fireworks Open Call 2014 / Summer Residency 2014 featured on The South Brooklyn Network.
Park Slope

BRIC is pleased to announce the open call for proposals for BRIC House Fireworks and their first visual artist residency program, a major commissioning and residency opportunity for teams of artists and media makers w

A bold new translation of Euripides' shockingly modern classic work, MEDEA, by Forward Prize-winning poet, Robin Robertson opens March 15th at The Gallery Players.
Park Slope

A bold new translation of Euripides' shockingly modern classic work by Forward Prize-winning poet, Robin Robertson.

Annual Open House and Spring Exhibitions Opening at the Invisible Dog featured on The South Brooklyn Network.
Boerum Hill

The Invisible Dog strives to fill its space with work in all disciplines that demands this unique, cavernous location.

BRIC presents Brooklyn Youth Media Festival: Concrete Stories, a two-day showcase of media produced by Brooklyn-affiliated youth under the age of 20
Park Slope

A unique opportunity for young filmmakers in Brooklyn!

Featured on The South Brooklyn Network, Congratulations to Brooklyn Independent Media on receiving nominations for two New York Emmy Awards this year.
Park Slope

Congratulations to Brooklyn Independent Media on receiving nominations for two New York Emmy Awards this year.

The Gallery Players began The Peanut Gallery in the summer of 2005, a musical theater performance workshop for kids and teens. Early registration is now available for the 2014 summer camp.
Brooklyn Heights

The Gallery Players began The Peanut Gallery in the summer of 2005, a musical theater performance workshop for kids and teens. Taught by professional theater artists, The Peanut Gallery is devoted to Musical Theater.

A ferry passes through the ice which filled the catch basin and into New York Harbor at Brooklyn Bridge Park. ©Mark D Phillips
Brooklyn Heights

Winter is creating a wonderland in New York City as ice flows into New York Harbor from the East and Hudson Rivers. With temperatures still in the teens and lower overnight, the amounts will continue to grow.

LHVRR #79, home of The Waterfront Museum and the best views of the Statue of Liberty anywhere in New York City. ©Mark D Phillips
Red Hook

2014 marks an amazing year for David Sharps and The Waterfront Museum.

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