Lisa Kellner, "At Summer's Full," 2010, mixed media installation at 184 Kent Avenue. Photo: Courtesy of the artist.
Junkhaus, "Bridges and Tunnels," 2010, mural on Lawrence Street in Downtown Brooklyn, commissioned by the MetroTech BID. Photo: Courtesy of BAC
Nelson Rivas, "Untitled," 2010, mural on Bridge Street in Downtown Brooklyn, commissioned by the MetroTech BID. Photo: Courtesy of BAC
Jessica Angel, "Building Codes," 2010, mural on Duffield Street in Downtown Brooklyn, commissioned by the MetroTech BID. Photo: Courtesy of BAC
A.J. Bocchino, "New York Times Headlines (January 1, 1969-March 18, 1975)," 2010, fabric paneled print, 166 x 312 inches, located in the 184 Kent Avenue lobby. Photo: Courtesy of BAC
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We leverage our vast registry of Brooklyn artists, curatorial and project management expertise and knowledge of how art and artists can activate challenging spaces. Because of our daily contact with artists across the borough, we bring emerging and mid-career artists to the table that might otherwise be overlooked.
We can help with arts advisement for new projects, art competitions, public art and art for corporate and residential spaces and much more. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Clients include the MetroTech BID, JMH Development, V3 Hotels and TnT Scrap, LLC
BAC Arts Consultancy is made possible, in part, by Brooklyn Community Foundation. Additional support for BAC programs is provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council.