Brooklyn Arts Council
55 Washington Street, #218
Learn how to make use of BAC’s Artist Registry and Directory of Brooklyn Arts Organizations. It’s easier than ever before to have a presence on BAC’s website and this is an important way to promote your work and what you do. Curators, booking agents, collectors, arts enthusiasts and arts professionals use BAC’s Registry and Directory to discover Brooklyn’s amazing diversity of artists, arts events and arts services. Registered artists and arts organizations can also share ideas, promote events and swap resources relating to the arts in the Community Forum. Our Communications Director Sara DeRose will be at the meeting to help orient you and answer questions. We’ll create a practice registration that you can see and use as a model for your own.
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by Monday Jan. 21
My Music, My Culture: The Caribbean Diaspora in Brooklyn takes audiences on a journey through the music of the Caribbean diaspora in Brooklyn, with a focus on the music of Trinidad and Tobago.
Join us on Sunday, December 3rd for AccessArt, our annual affordable art sale and benefit!
Foster Care Film and Community Engagement Project (FCFCEP) and City Living NY present “For A Better Life” — a film project by, for and about foster youth.