"Juneteenth: Then and Now," part of the BRIC TV #BHeard Town Hall series, will examine the state of freedom in black communities in the context of COVID-19 and state-sanctioned violence.
The latest installment of BRIC's #BHeard Town Hall series is going virtual for a thought-provoking discussion on preparing for the future.
With most public programs cancelled for the spring season, cultural organizations, performance venues and bookstores are stepping up to make as much programming accessible online as possible.
A new group show at Fort Greene’s BRIC traverses the conflicting emotions of mourning through a series of work by female-identifying artists.
The third edition of the exhibition, which opened on February 7, aims to "shine a light" on the borough through the work of artists who are based in parts of Park Slope, Gowanus, Sunset Park and Bay Ridge.
BRIC is rolling through their four-decade celebration with a banner year of programming, the first under new president Kristina Newman-Scott.
The organization is marking their four decades of making an impact in Brooklyn with a full slate of new offerings.
“Dance Me,” Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal’s tribute to the late performer Leonard Cohen, is taking place at the Prospect Park Bandshell on July 6.
Brooklyn's changed a lot since the 1960s, and sometimes the changes can be a bit tough to visualize for those who didn't live through them.
At BRIC this Thursday, June 22, a panel of activists will discuss how best to work together in solidarity to advance women's rights.