An interactive panel with Commissioner Ana M. Bermúdez, Jammal Lemy, Hank Willis Thomas, niv Acosta, and Commissioner Tom Finkelpearl on Tuesday, April 9, 7–9 pm at Pratt Institute.
This lesson on crafting letters of condolence will take place at Green-Wood Cemetery.
Today, more than 100 million copies of Pamela Colman Smith’s Tarot card designs, the Rider-Waite-Smith Deck, are in circulation in over 20 countries, making it the most popular set ever made.
On Resentment, a film series opening at BAM on March 20, probes the question: “How does resentment channel our attentions and efforts, and to what ends?”
Babylon (1980) portrays Jamaican musical collectives, called sound systems, as movements of decolonization and resistance.
Come celebrate the first 25 years of UDP with a benefit party to honor Burning Deck Press and Keith & Rosmarie Waldrop, on Tuesday, March 19 at The Bell House in Brooklyn.
This weekend, On Air Fest comes to Brooklyn for three days of art, music, podcasts, readings, discussions and more.
This weekend at the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra will perform a series of pieces in celebration of the exhibition Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving.
A small zine fair at Clinton Hill-based art space Recess highlights the importance of Indigenous creators and their work.
This edition of the BRIC Biennial includes partnerships with more venues and institutions than ever before, with five satellite exhibitions taking place at locations across South Brooklyn.
On view at the Brooklyn Public Library from January 11 to April 7, 2019.
Here are our favorite Brooklyn shows of 2018, brought to you by the writers and editors of Hyperallergic.