The festival brings in a wide spectrum of voices to bridge the divide between art and politics.
A film about Gowanus’ famous Coignet Stone Building will be screened for a local audience on April 15 at 7 pm at the Gowanus Dredgers Canoe Club.
A love of biking and a passion for maps inspired graphic designer Jacqueline VanDusen to bike every street in Brooklyn and document her journey on Instagram.
Get immersed in 19th century atmosphere with a performance of playwright Christina Anderson's 'pen/man/ship' as part of a new dinner theater series at Weeksville Heritage Center.
The film will screen at the Alamo Drafthouse in Downtown Brooklyn on March 14, not far from where it was shot.
Opening February 28 at the CUSP NYC Gallery in Sunset Park, the show features work that highlights the color blue, and only the color blue.
When McDonnell moved her studio to Red Hook, the waterfront came into focus as a subject worth pursuing in her work.
LitFilm, a six-day festival opening February 20 at the Brooklyn Public Library, focuses on both documentaries and fiction films that explore literary subjects.
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.