In the late 1960s, visual artists experimenting with the new medium of video saw the potential of public access television to act as an open and uncensored platform for the creation and dissemination of their work.
Brooklyn’s best daytime family parties continue at BRIC House in Fort Greene on Saturday, March 11, 2017, from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM with dance classes, gaming, art-making and other participatory activities, culminating in a raucous all-ages dance party.
The Look + Listen Festival presents the best of new music in New York City art spaces from May 18-21, bringing performances to contemporary art venues in Brooklyn and Manhattan including the BRIC House in Fort Greene.
The Brooklyn Museum debuts We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85, a groundbreaking exhibition featuring black women artists from an under-recognized generation who committed themselves to activism during a period of profound social change.
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Echo Spectrum, a group show, co-curated by artists Mel Prest and Kirk Stoller, focuses on nine artists who share a common visual dialect through various media, at Trestle Gallery through March 28th, 2017.
Trestle Gallery presents a discussion on "Artist as Curator" on March 14th at 7pm as part of the exhibit Echo Spectrum on view through March 28th, 2017. This special talk will feature curators Kirk Stoller, Vince Contarino, and Catherine Haggerty.
BRIC, the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, received 19 nominations for the 60th Annual New York Emmy Awards including 13 for BRIC TV and six for shows produced through BRIC’s Brooklyn Free Speech public access initiative.