Wyckoff House Museum | 5816 Clarendon Road, Brooklyn, NY 11203
East Flatbush Story Circle: Share Your Story!
Join us for an open forum of artists, community members, and all connected to the neighborhood as we explore the Caribbean influences that make up East Flatbush. Come together as we share stories, experiences, and creativity. This open gathering will help inform and brainstorm on a collaborative, community-led cultural exhibition launching this summer!
FREE | Light refreshments served
a part of the forthcoming exhibition Nou La - We Reach!
Nou La - We Reach! is an interactive exhibition narrating the story of the Caribbean presence in Brooklyn. The exhibition will lay a platform for contemplation and immersion into the Caribbean migrations that have profoundly impacted Brooklyn’s culture. Launching at the Wyckoff House Museum in June 2018, Nou La pivots on notions of innovation and preservation, migration and displacement, resisting and becoming, and more. Featuring the work of artists from Brownsville and East Flatbush and drawing upon the voices of the community, we invite you to be a part of this cultural collaboration as we reflect on the Brooklyn Caribtropolis of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
Walkie Talkie Dream Garden, soundwalk in a free iOS/Android app, launches 9/15/18. Walk, run, or ride the ferry, to hear GPS-driven sounds/music by Dafna Naphtali at the Williamsburg waterfront.
Andrew Drury’s DRUM/BRIDGE TENTET performs at the BNS/BCS Auditorium, 6pm December 19. All-star band performing Drury's original music. Info: www.andrewdrury.com
This project hopes to break down stereotypes about Arabic culture, and foster mutual understanding between the U.S. and the West through dance.