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Brooklyn, NY

(718) 855-7882

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647 Fulton St Brooklyn, NY, 11217
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  • Candace L. 6 days ago

    Went for the media orientation held in its basement studio. The room was packed with rows of chairs filled with people, but very organized, so as the last attendee to arrive, it was very easy to spot and access the only seat left. There were snacks and water provided to sustain you through the 90 minute info session, which was led with humor and patience by a staff member. The Q&A session was the main focus and even when questions were a little redundant or off-topic, the host never betrayed irritation, but gave sincere responses to everyone. It was a good first impression of what learning and working with this org might be like.

  • C C 11 days ago

    Celebrate BK at the bandshell is all they have left for me and that is not always great (Though this year seems to be more interesting than the last few). I am a visual artist who lives in BK and I took all my stuff off of their site. I have truly had it with their attitude. The visual art program is geared to families and workshops and usually have be able to be tied into music or theater. It is not and and cannot be considered a truly serious visual art program. I'm sure it's why shows here never get reviewed in serious media, while the preceding venue, Rotunda Gallery, did get reviewed and usually had very good shows. The shows coming out of the registry are too clearly pointed at a specific demographic. Nobody else has a chance. They even advertise for artists from certain neighborhoods, while totally ignoring the artists already in their registry. So only CERTAIN Brooklyn artists need apply. I attempted to tour their media lab at the grand opening of the BRIChouse and was turned away. I was also blocked from entering the ballroom. Other visits there were equally weird, leaving me no alternative but to believe that the mostly white staff HATES white people older than 40. But I bet they would grab my money in a heartbeat. Once, I won a drawing for a coupon there and when I rose from the audience to collect it, you should have seen the BRIC employee's face. Nobody needs that and I certainly don't need them!

  • Matt Horton 20 days ago

    Came here for GimletFest. Wonderful space. The theatre was really great for the live podcast thing they we're doing. It was the perfect size for a small festival. Close to a bunch of good food. Overall a great intro to Brooklyn.

  • MsLisaLive NYC Local Guide 43 days ago

    This is a public access media outlet open to the public. It is best to arrange a tour and obtain a schedule of events and activities. This is a highly recommended tourist attraction, however at the free-for-all type of art exhibits, please exercise extreme patience.

  • Melanie Wilkerson 66 days ago

    Any event I've ever come to here has always brought together such interesting people. I was recently here attending the B Free awards. It was awesome. They had all this free food and beverages (non alcoholic) for FREE that I did not expect. The food was off the chain too! I really appreciate that BRIC exists and allows artists and creatives the space and platform to grow and produce their work. I'd like to get more involved with what BRIC does and attend more events!

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