Launching on Juneteenth, the Brooklyn Public Library’s newest initiative examines six decades of Black-led activism in the borough.
Organizers and participants in the Art & Society Census will discuss the project’s results and the changes the public wants in US arts and culture.
The Greenpoint Library & Environmental Education Center was built using funds from a state settlement with ExxonMobil for its devastating oil spill in the neighborhood.
The Brooklyn Public Library and advocacy group Writers Rebel NYC have launched Climate Reads, a yearlong, online book club and discussion series open to readers anywhere in the world.
A broad swath of society seems to feel more welcome in a public library rather than a museum. I examined the Brooklyn Public Library as a model of heightened engagement through collective knowledge creation.
Over 60 philosophers, authors, artists, and musicians come together this weekend at the Brooklyn Public Library for a full night of conversations and performances.
On view at the Brooklyn Public Library from January 11 to April 7, 2019.
Who gets remembered and how?
Last week, Hyperallergic sat down with former mayor Mitch Landrieu to talk about the lessons he had learned in the process of removing Confederate monuments from New Orleans.
The event will be held on April 26, 7:30-9pm, at Central Library’s Dweck Center.
For the fourth edition of this marathon event, the Central Library will host a series of performances, lectures, screenings, and more from 7pm Saturday until 7am Sunday.
The Smallest Mollusk Museum is the first project from MICRO, a New York-based nonprofit building six-foot-tall museums to share science education in public places.