Brooklyn Arts Council
55 Washington Street, Suite 218 DUMBO, Brooklyn
Learn how to do basic archiving of your own or your organization’s history with professional Archivist Nancy Johnson and take a tour of BAC’s Folk Arts Archive, an excellent resource for researching the diversity of folk culture in Brooklyn from 1988-present, with BAC Folk Arts Director Kay Turner at our January meet-up. This is an excellent opportunity for artists, curators, historians, journalists, arts programmers and anyone else to learn the art of archiving.
Special features of BAC’s Folk Arts Archive include the Folk Feet Collection, the world’s most complete record of Brooklyn traditional dance from 2003-2013; the 73 disc Black Brooklyn Renaissance Collection; the September 11th Projects collection and more.
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.