The purpose of the Bronx Festival of the Arts is to create greater exposure for the many talented artists -- painters, poets, musicians, dancers, photographers, multi-media artists -- working and living in the great borough.
Brooklyn Art Space is an arts organization dedicated to supporting artists by providing studio space and a gallery space that exhibits a diverse spectrum of contemporary artworks.
Brooklyn Fire Proof is a creative spaces company combining three distinct yet complementary businesses. BFP Stages is a Qualified Production Facility (QPF) providing 17,000 square feet of full-service film and television soundstages.
Founded in 1912 as the Brooklyn Music School Settlement, the school runs programs that span the borough of Brooklyn and include the neighborhoods of Fort Greene (where it resides), Red Hook, East New York and Brownsville.
The Brooklyn Working Artists Coalition (BWAC) is an arts service organization that produces exhibitions in unconventional venues, including the Between the Bridges show, an annual event since 1978. In this show artists' work is shown at the Empire Fulton-Ferry State Park, between the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges.
CAGE productions bring a renewed understanding of the famous works of the Greeks, the Renaissance and the Restoration to new audiences, and brings out the appeal that have lasted for thousands of years. This is done by giving new looks and concepts to texts by modifying costuming, sets, and props, but without changing the text or plot in any way.
C24 Gallery is a contemporary art gallery specializing in exhibiting artists creating work in a unique language.
Cabinet is a quarterly magazine of art and culture that has opened an event space on the Gowanus Canal to exhibit contemporary art.