Founded in 1996, chashama supports thriving cultural communities by transforming temporarily vacant properties into spaces where art can flourish. By recycling and repurposing buildings in transition, it invests in neighborhoods, fosters local artists and sustains a vast range of creativity and culture.
Chez Bushwick, an artist-run organization, is dedicated to the advancement of interdisciplinary art and performance, with a strong focus on new choreography. The organization offers New York City's only $5 subsidy for rehearsal space. Chez Bushwick also produces monthly performance programs.
Clio Art Fair 2014 focuses on showcasing contemporary art and the interventions of independent artists from worldwide. Clio aims to highlight the works of artists working without the usual concerns of the artworld.
Clio Art Fair 2014 focuses on showcasing contemporary art and the interventions of independent artists from worldwide. Clio aims to highlight the works of artists working without the usual concerns of the artworld; to change the media and materials we are used to and accepted art practice definitions, the work exhibited seeks to foster a dialogue transcending prescribed geographies, hierarchies and markets and create opportunities for the expression of new media and contents.
Founded in 1911, the College Art Association (CAA) promotes the visual arts and their understanding through committed practice and intellectual engagement.
Since 1983 the Composers Concordance has presented over 400 new works at bargain ticket prices. The organization augments its concert activities with an educational outreach program and its publication, New Music Connoisseur.
Congregation B'nai Avraham is the only Orthodox synagogue in Brooklyn Heights. Come to Saturday services and enjoy a sociable kiddush afterwards, or stop by their Friday night dinners for singing, joy and a guest speaker.