BRIC presents Brittany Howard, frontwoman and guitarist for the chart-topping, GRAMMY Award-winning band Alabama Shakes, to open the 42nd annual BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival with a free concert on June 9 at the Prospect Park Bandshell.
Death Becomes Her is a group exhibition on view at BRIC in the Main Gallery, co-curated and in partnership with The Green-Wood Cemetery. With an opening reception on Wednesday, February 19, 2020, from 7PM to 9PM, the exhibit runs through April 19, 2020.
As age-old muses for artists, writers, and philosophers, love and death have inspired great works of art and literature—but do you know where their influence and presence truly intertwine? At a cemetery! Forget the box of chocolates and sappy card—treat the special someone in your life to an exploration of […]
The Gallery Players present a hilarious new production of Christopher Durang’s comedy Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, winner of the 2013 Tony Award for Best Play, opening February 22 and running through March 8, 2020.
1917 was one of the best movies I have ever seen. The “one take” format was intense, making you feel like you were a part of the story.
Presented during New York Fashion Week, Rainbow Shoe Repair: An Unexpected Theater of Flyness is an exhibition and event series that considers how Lower East Side residents utilized a local photo studio to document community, fashion, and self-expression.
Fotografiska New York, the recently opened destination for photography and culture in the Flatiron District of New York City, presents their February 2020 event programming schedule.
Jenn Shapland, will be reading from her debut memoir, My Autobiography of Carson McCullers, at the Center for Fiction on February 20, 2020, in the BAM district. While working as an intern in the archives at the Harry Ransom Center, Jenn Shapland encounters the love letters of Carson and a […]
Movers, Not Shakers! pop up location, The Green Gallery at MNS, presented “Lost and Found in Brooklyn” by Mark D Phillips on October 19 to 20, 2019, during the Gowanus Open Studios weekend. The exhibit featured Phillips’ photographic collection of images in and around Brooklyn, of scenes that no longer exist, […]
Continuing our tradition of photography on our website, we present our top ten photographs produced for our site by Mark D Phillips. From skiing to airplanes, it was an interesting year. And nature provided several opportunities for special photographs. Here is our selection: