Strangers in Unison
Jun
20
9:00 PM21:00

Strangers in Unison

Strangers in Unison is an open-minded, diverse, intimate multimedia variety performance arts show which encourages performers of every kind to participate and bring their experience in their own voice. 

In the showcase can hold everyone from: writers reading their original work, comedians, actors performing a monologue, a duo working on a scene, a short film screening, a multimedia film screening with a live score, musicians of all walks, those who play piano, harmonica, accordion, guitar, hand drums, singers of all kinds, those who sing the blues, an individual with immense knowledge in a particular area & the charisma to drive it to audience members. Etc. etc. etc.

Audience members who would enjoy spending their night in this creative setting are just as integral as our performers. 

The goal of this recurring event is to create and maintain an artistic community in this massive city and age of technology where tangible community is becoming more and more diluted. 

We have a piano, a projector screen, a microphone and a couple of amps. It is fairly bare bones, but creativity has a way of working wonders with less. We welcome any extra equipment a performer may desire to use, and in certain cases, may be able to acquire this for them. 

At the end of each schedule of booked sets the floor is opened up to impulse open mic as well as jam sessions between performers. 

Each show is free to attend & performers are unpaid. The idea is to let spring forth passion in a perceptive setting which is reminiscent of why most artists decided to move to NYC in the first place. Mystery & possibility are the drives of humanity which often become overlooked. At Strangers in Unison, this is our lifeblood. We understand the importance of showing our art without needing to have direct words for the meaning behind the action.

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May
20
to Jun 2

Textile Arts Center 10 Year Anniversary Exhibition

This year marks Textile Arts Center’s 10th anniversary, and a time for reflection and forward visioning, both as an organization and as individuals invested in the future of textiles. Ten years into our journey, TACs commitment to unite and empower the textile community remains unwavering. It has been an honor and a pleasure to serve you, and we are grateful for your support. Throughout this year we plan celebrate the mission driven social enterprise we call TAC, and all those who played a part in our shared success. TAC exists for, and is powered by community.

May 20th, we look forward to officially inaugurating the TAC Project Space with a community exhibition. We look forward to connecting with those of you who have grown TAC from grass roots.

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Venue: Textile Arts Center

Venue Address: 505 Carroll St., Brooklyn, New York 11215 USA

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Canal-side Street Art- Gowanus art walking tours
Apr
13
11:00 AM11:00

Canal-side Street Art- Gowanus art walking tours

Local artist and tour guide Rich Garr leads this monthly exploration of Gowanus by focusing on art around it's rapidly-evolving streets. The route weaves over quirky bridges and cobblestones for a variety of views. It also offers differing viewpoints, which often come directly from the mouths of artists and other players in this dynamic creative community. Whether the art is legal or not, commercial or "fine," it all plays a role in this unique multi-sensory collage of Brooklyn art and history. The neighborhood is steeped in a history that is both natural and industrial, and covers the Lenape era up to the present realty boom. No walk is ever the same. It begins at the Gowanus Souvenir Shop, and ends after 1.5 hours at an appropriate [and delicious] location. In partnership with the Gowanus Dredgers Canoe Club. Tickets, $25.

https://gothamsidewalks.com

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Apr
12
to Apr 13

Lea Thomas - Solo Exhibition Opening @ Trestle Gallery

Trestle Gallery is proud to present the work of Lea Thomas in a solo exhibition, curated by Jennifer Simmons of DOPPELGÄNGER PROJECTS.

Lea Thomas is a New York-based fiber artist and musician. Originally from Maui, Hawaii, Lea’s work reflects on her unique perspective of the relationship between person and place. Informed by both academic and self-directed study in botanical sciences and traditional folk herbalism, Lea uses organic fibers and plant-based dyes to create weavings that celebrate the intelligence of the natural world. Specifically, Lea’s frequent use of indigo pigment is symbolic of her Japanese heritage, honoring a lineage of kimono makers and textile artisans in her immediate ancestry. Lea was an artist in residence at the Montello Foundation in Nevada in 2018.

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Trestle Gallery
850 3rd Ave, Suite 411
BROOKLYN, New York 11232

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I heard a Fly buzz - when I died
Apr
6
6:00 PM18:00

I heard a Fly buzz - when I died

I heard a Fly buzz - when I died is a two day exhibition of artworks by ten artists from Brooklyn, Canada, and Chile. The artists in this exhibition - Melissa Capasso, Scott Everingham, Austin Furtak-Cole, Paul Gagner, Elsie Kagan, Re McBride, Emilia Olsen, Anna Ortiz, Libby Rosa, and Marcos Sanchez - present work that focuses on the relationship between death and humor.

The exhibition title is taken from one of Emily Dickinson’s most famous poems in which she describes an annoying mental distraction at the most crucial moment of death. The poem builds describing the subject’s struggle to focus on her loved ones as she slowly slips away. At the final moment of death, the subject gazes at her loved ones who have gathered to say farewell only to have her last view blocked by the fly landing on her eye. The work in this exhibition speaks to this idea of dark humor and hilarity at the most final of moments. The reception for I heard a Fly buzz - when I died will take place on April 6th from 6-9pm.

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Apr
4
6:30 PM18:30

BRIC; Orientation: Create Your Own TV Show

Future Media Mogul. Welcome to BRIC!

Want to have your film, TV show, or short air on our New York Emmy-winning, community-produced TV channel? It's possible. Learn more at orientation!

BRIC's community media program has been educating and molding future media moguls since 1990— offering wallet-friendly courses, success-driven workshops, and networking events that assist in furthering TV, film, and podcast dreams.

So, if you have dreams of becoming the next Ava Duvernay, Kathryn Bigelow, Dee Rees, Christopher Nolan, Barry Jenkins, Frederick Wiseman, or 2 Dope Queens, you've come to the right place. BRIC is the place where media dreamers become media makers— only question is: Will you be next?

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BRIC
647 Fulton Street
Entrance on Rockwell Place
Brooklyn, NY 11217

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Mar
23
11:00 AM11:00

BRIC Orientation: Create Your Own TV Show

Hello there, Future Media Mogul. Welcome to BRIC!

Want to have your film, TV show, or short air on our New York Emmy-winning, community-produced TV channel? It's possible. Learn more at orientation!

BRIC's community media program has been educating and molding future media moguls since 1990— offering wallet-friendly courses, success-driven workshops, and networking events that assist in furthering TV, film, and podcast dreams.

So, if you have dreams of becoming the next Ava Duvernay, Kathryn Bigelow, Dee Rees, Christopher Nolan, Barry Jenkins, Frederick Wiseman, or 2 Dope Queens, you've come to the right place. BRIC is the place where media dreamers become media makers— only question is: Will you be next?

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

Name of Venue: New Lots Library

Venue Address: 665 New Lots Avenue, Enter on Barbey Street, Brooklyn, NY 11207 USA


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Mar
19
11:00 AM11:00

BRIC: Make a Movie on Your Phone

Learn to use your mobile device to make compelling short-form videos. We’ll start you off with scriptwriting and storyboarding, discuss frame composition, and then cover how to get the best audio and lighting when recording your footage. You’ll also explore the editing software program iMovie/Movie Maker that can assemble it all into your final short form masterpiece.

Limited to 15 students (walk-ins welcomed). Students must provide their own headphones for this class. In order to successfully complete this course, students must be comfortable using a computer.

https://www.bricartsmedia.org/education-media-resources/media-education-courses/make-movie-your-phone

Name of Your Venue: Central Library

Venue Address: 10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, New York 11217 USA


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Mar
5
6:30 PM18:30

BRIC; Orientation: Create Your Own TV Show

 Hello there, Future Media Mogul. Welcome to BRIC!

Want to have your film, TV show, or short air on our New York Emmy-winning, community-produced TV channel? It's possible. Learn more at orientation!

BRIC's community media program has been educating and molding future media moguls since 1990— offering wallet-friendly courses, success-driven workshops, and networking events that assist in furthering TV, film, and podcast dreams.

So, if you have dreams of becoming the next Ava Duvernay, Kathryn Bigelow, Dee Rees, Christopher Nolan, Barry Jenkins, Frederick Wiseman, or 2 Dope Queens, you've come to the right place. BRIC is the place where media dreamers become media makers— only question is: Will you be next?

More info: 
https://www.bricartsmedia.org/education-media-resources/media-education-courses/orientation-media-education

BRIC
647 Fulton Street, Entrance on Rockwell Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217 USA

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Feb
28
3:00 PM15:00

Brush Making Demo at Artists & Craftsman Supply

Brought to you by our friends at Artists & Craftsman Supply!

Join us and master craftsman Josep Escoda for a brush making demo. See the process and artistry behind handcrafting gorgeous brushes, from gathering individual hairs to carefully shaping these essential artists' tools!

Three demo sessions available at 3:00 PM, 4:30 PM & 6:30 PM.
No need to register, just stop by the store - Walk-ins welcome!

2/28 is the last day for Escoda brushes at 50% OFF!

Don't miss this unique opportunity to see brush making mastery
& stock up on these beautiful brushes!

More info: https://www.facebook.com/ArtistCraftsmanSupply.ParkSlope/

Artist & Craftsman Supply
307 2nd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215

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Feb
23
11:00 AM11:00

BRIC; Orientation: Create Your Own TV Show

Hello there, Future Media Mogul. Welcome to BRIC!

Want to have your film, TV show, or short air on our New York Emmy-winning, community-produced TV channel? It's possible. Learn more at orientation!

BRIC's community media program has been educating and molding future media moguls since 1990— offering wallet-friendly courses, success-driven workshops, and networking events that assist in furthering TV, film, and podcast dreams.

So, if you have dreams of becoming the next Ava Duvernay, Kathryn Bigelow, Dee Rees, Christopher Nolan, Barry Jenkins, Frederick Wiseman, or 2 Dope Queens, you've come to the right place. BRIC is the place where media dreamers become media makers— only question is: Will you be next?

For more info:
https://www.bricartsmedia.org/education-media-resources/media-education-courses/orientation-media-education

BRIC
647 Fulton Street, Entrance on Rockwell Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217 USA

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Feb
12
11:00 AM11:00

BRIC; Social Media Basics: Facebook

Learn how to set up a profile page and update your security settings. Also learn how to navigate posts and upload photos and videos. Limited to 15 students (walk-ins welcomed). In order to successfully complete this course, students must be comfortable using a computer.

More Info:
https://www.bricartsmedia.org/education-media-resources/media-education-courses/social-media-basics-facebook

Central Library
10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn, NY 11238 USA

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Feb
5
6:30 PM18:30

Orientation: Create Your Own TV Show

Hello there, Future Media Mogul. Welcome to BRIC!

Want to have your film, TV show, or short air on our New York Emmy-winning, community-produced TV channel? It's possible. Learn more at orientation!

BRIC's community media program has been educating and molding future media moguls since 1990— offering wallet-friendly courses, success-driven workshops, and networking events that assist in furthering TV, film, and podcast dreams.

So, if you have dreams of becoming the next Ava Duvernay, Kathryn Bigelow, Dee Rees, Christopher Nolan, Barry Jenkins, Frederick Wiseman, or 2 Dope Queens, you've come to the right place. BRIC is the place where media dreamers become media makers— only question is: Will you be next?

More info at:

https://www.bricartsmedia.org/education-media-resources/media-education-courses/orientation-media-education

Brooklyn Central Library, 10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11238 US

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Feb
5
3:00 PM15:00

BRIC; Mobile Phone Podcasting

Learn to use your mobile device to record and edit podcasts. We'll start with simple interview/recording techniques and then explore apps that will make it extraordinarily easy for you to produce your podcast from anywhere.

More info:
https://www.bricartsmedia.org/education-media-resources/media-education-courses/mobile-phone-podcasting

At:
Dekalb Library
790 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238

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Jan
31
6:00 PM18:00

Effective Social Media Engagement workshop with Matthew Deleget

Geared to visual artists working across all disciplines and at all levels of experience, this two-hour workshop will cover social media best practices for communicating effectively about your work, ideas, research, process, and exhibitions with the purpose of expanding and deepening your connection with the public. The workshop will also address related topics, such as goal setting, personal values, communication strategies, and the monetization of your social media presence. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn will all be discussed.

Matthew Deleget is an artist, curator, and arts worker. He is a co-founder of MINUS SPACE, a gallery based in Brooklyn, NY, specializing in contemporary reductive abstract art, and represents pioneering, emerging and established artists and estates from the United States, Europe, South America, and Australasia. He also teaches in the MFA Fine Arts Department at the School of Visual Arts, NYC; Low-Res MFA Program at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia; and Professional Development Program at Creative Capital, NYC.

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Lower East Side Printshop
306 West 37th Street, 6th Floor, New York, New York 10018 United States

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Jan
26
11:00 AM11:00

Orientation: Create Your Own TV Show

Orientation: Your 1st Step

Hello there, Future Media Mogul. Welcome to BRIC!

Want to have your film, TV show, or short air on our New York Emmy-winning, community-produced TV channel? It's possible. Learn more at orientation!

BRIC's community media program has been educating and molding future media moguls since 1990— offering wallet-friendly courses, success-driven workshops, and networking events that assist in furthering TV, film, and podcast dreams.

So, if you have dreams of becoming the next Ava Duvernay, Kathryn Bigelow, Dee Rees, Christopher Nolan, Barry Jenkins, Frederick Wiseman, or 2 Dope Queens, you've come to the right place. BRIC is the place where media dreamers become media makers— only question is: Will you be next?

More Info

BRIC
647 Fulton Street, Lobby, Brooklyn, New York 11217 USA

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Jan
11
7:00 PM19:00

Introductions 2019: Julia Wilson

Curated by Jason Andrew
Opening Reception: Friday, January 11th, 7-9pm
On view December 21 through January 23rd

Trestle is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of photographic work by Julia Wilson, curated by Jason Andrew. Julia's work was selected by Jason Andrew of Norte Maar from almost 400 submissions from our annual open call. This will be the first exhibition of Trestle’s 2019 season, which will focus exclusively on solo exhibitions.

“As a curator interested in what’s happening now, it was exciting to get to see artists submissions from around the world applying for this opportunity through Trestle Gallery. Julia Wilson stood out as one who has honed her skills in capturing the world around her. I gravitated to her painterly approach to the image and her unconventional use of her personal computer as camera. There is an intimacy yet universal experience that she captures in her work.” - Jason Andrew, curator

ABOUT JULIA WILSON
Julia Wilson is a photographic artist, who explores our relationship to and between text and image, as well as photographic materiality within our technological age. Using the large format view camera, Julia photographs constructed compositions of words, images, and indexical marks on the screen of her personal computer. The final images serve as foils to our media profuse cultural atmosphere and lingual inundation. Julia’s images have been featured on the photographic platforms, Aint-Bad, PHROOM, Fraction Magazine, Analog Forever, BU’s academic journal SEQUITUR. Julia received a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies with a concentration in Latin and Ancient Greek translation from the University of Virginia and a Master of Fine Arts in Photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design. 

ABOUT JASON ANDREW
Jason Andrew is an independent scholar, curator, and producer. He is the Founding Partner at Artist Estate Studio, LLC, which manages the estates of Jack Tworkov, Janice Biala, and Elizabeth Murray as well as the studio of Robert Zakanitch to name a few. A prominent figure in the Brookyn art scene, Mr. Andrew is the co-founder and director of Norte Maar a non-profit now celebrating its 15th anniversary encouraging, promoting, and presenting collaborative projects in the arts. He can be followed on Twitter and Instgram: @jandrewARTS

Trestle Gallery
850 3rd Ave
Suite 411
BROOKLYN, New York 11232

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Jan
8
6:30 PM18:30

BRIC, Orientation, Media Education

Want to have your film, TV show, or short air on our New York Emmy-winning, community-produced TV channel? It's possible. Learn more at orientation!

Walk-ins are welcome!
No entrance 15 minutes after orientation begins, or if we are at capacity 
All media education orientation sessions are FREE!
You DO NOT have to RSVP for orientation sessions at BRIC House or Brooklyn Public Library.

Have a question? Please call or email one of our friendly and helpful media education team members at 718.683.9338 / classes@BRICartsmedia.org for more info.

BRIC: You DO NOT have to RSVP
Meet at the BRIC Media Center (2nd Floor), TV Studio A
647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217

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GIVE BACK HOLIDAY MARKET
Dec
15
to Dec 16

GIVE BACK HOLIDAY MARKET

Saturday + Sunday, December 15 + 16
12pm - 6pm

Mark your calendars for December 15 +16, when our newly expanded Brooklyn studio will be transformed into the third annual Give Back Holiday Market, a holiday shopping experience fully dedicated to supporting artisans and the social causes we believe in.

This year a percentage of all sales will go to Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES) https://www.raicestexas.org/.

We hope you will join our collective action to support artists/designers and to make this an impactful giving season. This holiday, COME SHOP, LEARN, + GIVE BACK.

RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/give-back-holiday-market-tickets-52227068568

IF you can’t make it please donate to RAICES directly and SHARE to inspire others to make this an impactful GIVING season.

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Dec
12
7:00 PM19:00

WORLD PREMIERE SCREENING: Intimate Eye, 3 Films at the Intersection of Theatre & Cinema

You're invited to the world premiere screening of three new films, all shot, produced, and edited by Brooklyn creatives.

You're invited to the world premiere screening of three short films produced, shot, and edited by Brooklyn-based creatives graduating from BRIC's groundbreaking and prestigious Intimate Eye class.

What is Intimate Eye?
Intimate Eye is an innovative and experimental course that explores the boundaries between filmmaking, cinematography, and black box theatre for the production of a compelling short film. 

With the close guidance of professional theater directors, lighting technicians, audio engineers, and seasoned actors, participants refined and shape theater script into a compelling and unique film piece that only BRIC can deliver.

BRIC House Ballroom
647 Fulton Street, (Enter on Rockwell Place)
Brooklyn, NY 11217 United States

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Dec
4
6:30 PM18:30

BRIC Orientation, Media Education

Want to have your film, TV show, or short air on our New York Emmy-winning, community-produced TV channel? It's possible. Learn more at orientation!

A Few Important Notes:
Walk-ins are welcome!
No entrance 15 minutes after orientation begins, or if we are at capacity.
All media education orientation sessions are FREE!
You DO NOT have to RSVP for orientation sessions at BRIC House or Brooklyn Public Library.

Have a question? Please call or email one of our friendly and helpful media education team members at 718.683.9338 / classes@BRICartsmedia.org for more info.

Meet at the BRIC Media Center (2nd Floor), TV Studio A

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Dec
3
7:00 PM19:00

2018 BRIC Media Arts Fellowship Film Screening

The beautiful worlds of art and media collide with a special screening of the 2018 BRIC Media Arts Fellowship on the BRIC House Stoop.

Come see what the 2018 Media Arts Fellows have been up to!

Attend a screening of work created by this year's Fellows, using the skills and knowledge they have acquired during their BRIC Media Arts Fellowship, which makes BRIC's Media Education courses, equipment and facilities available to professional Brooklyn-affiliated visual artists at no charge.

2018 Fellows are: Chloë Bass, Mildred Beltre, Sarah E. Brook, Esperanza Cortes, Caroline Falby, Michelle Gevint, David Cutler Kennedy, Jemila MacEwan, Alison Nguyen, Julie Petrusak, Kamran Shahraray, and Pacifico Silano.

BRIC House Stoop: 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.

BRIC 647 Fulton Street,Stoop, Entrance on Rockwell Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217 USA

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Dec
2
11:00 AM11:00

THE CHIRON FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS AND ENVIRONMENT ’18 The Thanksgiving Edition!

Featuring the World Premier of Doctor Kaufman’s thrilling cinematographic ballet,

DANCING NIGHT HAWK (an original story inspired by Native American Myths)

In this ‘The Phantastic Theater’ production, symphonic music pours through speakers as illustrative art flows on screen. Dance, puppetry and voice acting participate in vivid storytelling as world-class musicians, such as star of the Metropolitan Opera Jennifer Roderer and flutist/ composer Robert Dick perform virtuosic music integrated into the production!

Brilliant concerts artists then perform solo piano works, opera scenes and works featuring the world-famous sound world of Robert Dick.

We end with a performance of the premier environmental work, HUDSON VALLEY MUSIC - which features sound sculptures created from hundreds of natural sounds, video, virtuosic performances from concert artists and readings from such as John Muir, William Blake and Chief Seattle.

Emmy Award Winning Composer and steering committee leader, Joe Carroll takes a break from sailing the seven seas to speak with the audience!

https://soundartus.com/chiron/

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Nov
27
to Dec 12

BRIC Documentary Intensive 2019 (Application Closes Dec 12)

We are looking for 12 Brooklynites to take part in our two-time, New York Emmy -nominated BRIC Documentary Intensive program. Thinking that this program isn't for you or that you don't have what it takes to become a filmmaker? Before you allow that thought to take hold, consider these words from Ava DuVernay:

"I didn’t pick up a camera until I was 33 years old. I was a publicist at first and I was on a lot of sets. I observed the directors and I was like if that guy can do it, I can do it. He’s not that much smarter than me." —Ava DuVernay

4 MONTHS | 60 HOURS | Cost: $175 | Application Fee: $3 | Limited to 12 students
Application Opens: Thu, Nov 1
Application Closes: Wed, Dec 12
Class Begins: Feb 7, 2019

BRIC Documentary Intensive 2019 Schedule
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Phase 1 Thu Feb 7 - Apr 4 6:30 - 9:30PM
Phase 2 Wed Apr 10 - Jun 5 6:30 - 9:30PM
World Premiere of your Doc at BRIC House TBD

BRIC 647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217 United States

Please provide your Email Address: bfreebk@bricartsmedia.org

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Nov
27
to Dec 7

BRIC: B Free Awards 2019 Content Eligibility Deadline

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The B FREE AWARDS was created with one goal in mind— to celebrate and honor the diverse voices that every week air over 650 hours of community-produced TV on Brooklyn Free Speech.

With 15+ statuettes up for grabs, diverse category choices, and an awards show that always brings the stars, the glamour, and the excitement— we only have one question: Why haven’t you submitted yet?

The 6th Annual B FREE AWARDS will be held on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at BRIC House.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR B FREE AWARDS 2019

Content Eligibility Deadline
Friday, December 7, 2018

Eligibility Requirements
Your film, TV show, or short MUST be submitted for air on Brooklyn Free Speech on or before Friday, December 7, 2018 in order to be eligible for the 2019 B Free Awards.

Content Eligibility Period
B Free Awards 2019 is only open to content creators who have aired a film, TV show, or podcast on Brooklyn Free Speech from January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2018. In order to make the December 31 cablecast deadline, you must apply for free channel time on or before Friday, December 7, 2018.

When can I submit my film, TV show, or podcast for the 2019 B Free Awards?
We'll announce when you can submit your content for the 2019 B Free Awards soon. As a reminder, you MUST apply for free channel time on Brooklyn Free Speech by Friday, December 7, 2018 in order to be eligibile for the 2019 B Free Awards.

HOW DO I SUBMIT MY FILM, TV SHOW, OR PODCAST?
Submit a special for air on Brooklyn Free Speech before Friday, December 7, 7PM by speaking with Tyrone Gorin, Kareem Bland, or Gen Liu in our programming department. Call / email Tyrone, Gen, or Kareem at 718.683.5643 / 718.683.5644 / PROGRAMMING@BRICARTSMEDIA.ORG

HAVE A GENERAL QUESTION ABOUT THE B FREE AWARDS?
Call or email a member of the B Free Awards team at 718.683.5653 / BFreeAwards@BRICartsmedia.org.

The Media Center at BRIC House 647 Fulton Street, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11217 United States

Please provide your Email Address: bfreebk@bricartsmedia.org

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Trestle Art Benefit
Nov
8
6:00 PM18:00

Trestle Art Benefit

The Trestle Art Benefit (TAB) is our annual fundraiser featuring a silent auction of over 50 artworks by local and national artists, specialty items, and tasty treats and refreshments provided by local businesses. This year’s goal is to raise $40,000 to continue to grow Trestle's general programming, including Trestle Gallery Exhibitions, Art Talks & Events, opportunities for curators & artists, Trestle Artist Residency, Visiting Artist Residency, and Trestle Workshops.

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Oct
25
to Oct 28

Art Exhibition Opening || Temporary States

Temporary States is proud to present WELCOME, a pop up exhibition in Red Hook featuring paintings by Lihi Turjeman. One major piece, a large scale floor work based born from aerial views of the Statue of Liberty, forces the viewer to see this major icon of the USA from a drastically new perspective-- provoking a reconsideration of myths and appearances in the USA, and the gap between the imagined and real here.

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