Irondale will launch their new season with the first of a trio of works by famed playwright Bertolt Brecht, presenting “The Life of Galileo."
You may see more than the usual number of people sporting afros, bell bottoms and other '70s fashions in the Heights this week.
Boost the arts in Brooklyn and find some art to deck your walls at the Brooklyn Arts Council’s art sale and benefit this month.
A semi-regular concert series of experimental electronic music performed in churches has been attracting a growing, devoted audience since its launch in the summer of 2016.
The vast international touring-exhibition about the late, famed glam-rock singer comprises nearly 400 items from the singer’s career.
Hundreds of artists will be participating in the three-day, sprawling arts extravaganza.
A tiny exhibit of portraiture has appeared on Front Street.
The Brooklyn native has already started to adorn a Downtown Brooklyn intersection with one of her distinctive black-and-white hieroglyphic-style murals.
You might think all the artists have picked up and left Brooklyn, forced out by gentrification they helped create -- but you would be wrong.
Brooklyn-based artist Deborah Kass' iconic Brooklyn sculpture has found a new home on a grassy bit of the Williamsburg waterfront.