On view beginning on January 15, “Let Freedom Ring” will present the work of seven Brooklyn artists addressing the idea of freedom on BAM's sign hanging over Flatbush Avenue.
The 2021 version of the event will be virtual and free to stream for all viewers.
“BLKNWS” will be on display at two locations at the Brooklyn Academy of Music as well as the Weeksville Heritage Center beginning March 23.
Join the city's largest celebration of the civil rights activist with a day-long gathering at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
The 50,000 square-foot expanse, now called L10 Arts and Cultural Center, will feature movie theaters, performance spaces, galleries and a public library branch.
Condominium declaration documents have been filed, paving the way for the arrival of the long-promised Brooklyn Public Library and cultural organizations.
The festival will present four days of movies centered on the Caribbean and the experiences of the Caribbean diaspora.
First announced in 2015, the new complex will be called BAM Strong, connecting three sites across a stretch of Fulton Street.
Honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with the city's largest celebration of the civil rights activist at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
The building opened in 2016, but the Brooklyn Public Library and cultural spaces at 300 Ashland in Fort Greene won't open till at least 2020, groups involved said.