Ceramicists will be converging on Brooklyn for a weekend of demonstrations, display and information sharing.
Unlike most landscape artists, Jordan Nassar's chosen medium isn’t painting or photography -- it’s hand embroidery.
Photographer Rafael Rios’ new book is made up of images of his family taken between 1999 and 2016.
Since artist Hanne Tierney opened the art gallery in 1999, the neighborhood has gone through major shifts.
The gallery will be called Project Genesis, and will also hold events, music performances and film screenings.
Celebrate the artists and organizations that make for a vibrant borough with a festive evening.
Brooklyn bloggers will be among the participants in a city-wide film festival focused on themes such as preservation, development, planning and the history of neighborhoods.
Running through June 15, the exhibition traces the community of printers and artist bookmakers in Brooklyn since the '90s.
The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts filed an application that is going in front of the LPC for a sculpture garden at a thin, empty lot in Fort Greene.
A look at a lifetime's worth of holiday cards made by the Brooklyn artist Thor Rinden.