The affordable graduate program emphasizes a multidisciplinary course of study, marrying art and tech with mentoring by professors in art, film, music, and theater.
Many Gowanus artists said they cherish the ability to work off the beaten path in an area conducive to creative labor — and they hope it remains as such.
Amid an endless visual feast of colorful wall art, some of this year’s artists showed up with personal ruminations of intimacy and dark reflections on societal norms.
Participants of Sunset Park’s open studios this weekend told Hyperallergic why they’ve shifted gears and joined the up-and-coming community.
At 1-800 Happy Birthday, payphones ring periodically with loving voicemails from families and strangers, and all the dates in the show are birthdays — “there are no deathdates.”
Nearly 100 venues are participating in Brooklyn’s largest celebration of local arts and artists on October 15 and 16. Hosted by Arts Gowanus.
Union members called for salary increases and pledged to hold the museum accountable to “its lip-service to social justice.”
Several artists told Hyperallergic that they had to learn about the event just a day before it opened.
Wilson’s installation challenges not just outwardly violent historical figures but subtle colonial aesthetics still embedded in the city’s more liberal public monuments.
Artist Mona Chalabi’s site-specific installation at the entrance to the Brooklyn Museum foregrounds the importance of urban vegetation and its inequities.
The Brooklyn organization is now accepting new project inquiries for its fee-based fabrication services in printmaking, ceramics, and large-scale public art.
Patrons can listen to a collection of 400 titles at the library and borrow them for up to three weeks.