The Brooklyn Academy of Music will screen Camille Billops and James Hatch’s unique films centering Black American life, sexuality, and social issues.
The residency program awards 17 visual artists a year of rent-free studio space in New York City. Applications are due by January 31.
From a Williamsburg basement to a Bed-Stuy living room and a project space in Gowanus, there’s no shortage of art to discover in the borough.
The Brooklyn arts organization offers discounted pre-launch membership for experienced ceramic artists beginning January 15, with reduced hours of operation.
As the exhibition honoring Black and Brown lives killed by police comes to a close, the Brooklyn art space presents a series of performances and community programs.
Really Free: The Radical Art of Nellie Mae Rowe is brimming with examples of the artist’s imaginative allegorical art.
In a rare move, the organization will retroactively pay this year’s grant recipients to match the new prize amount.
Speaking and singing in Korean with English subtitles, the cast leans on the traditional Korean folk storytelling tradition of pansori, and more modern musical accompaniment.
Union members protested the unsatisfactory proposal presented by the museum after nearly a year of negotiations at play.
The Brooklyn art organization’s new digital print format enables the production of images up to 10 feet wide and 100 feet long on a wide variety of media.
Things have their own power and agency in the artist’s installation and humans are part of a complex world of life forms and materials.
Films by local and international directors will play at Williamsburg Cinemas, accompanied by live events and an awards ceremony.