AV-Tech brings the creative world of the visual arts to schools. Its educators design curriculum-based, multidisciplinary arts-in-education programs, which integrate the communication arts with State Learning Standards.
BalaSole Dance Company is the only dance organization in the U.S. that is solely dedicated to bridging the gaps in the field of concert dance. Since its official incorporation in July 2010, the company has presented informational sessions, performances, and workshops at prominent New York City dance venues.
The BGC is an international study and exhibition center focusing on the study of the cultural history of the material world, drawing on methodologies and approaches from art and design history, economic and cultural history and history of technology, philosophy, anthropology and archaeology.
Located on the ground floor of Baruch's administrative center, the Sidney Mishkin Gallery mounts five shows a year, emphasizing the scholarly and multicultural in both one-person and group shows.
BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange is a nurturing, year-round, performance, rehearsal and educational venue in Brooklyn that encourages artistic risk-taking and stimulates dialogue among diverse constituencies.
The Big Screen Plaza is an open-air, public venue for video, film, live and interactive content. It occupies a a public plaza behind a 54-story multi-use building on Avenue of the Americas, a short walk south of Herald Square. Media is projected onto a large, 30 foot by 16.5 foot HD format LED screen.
This small classical company performs at Lehman College's Lovinger Theatre and elsewhere in New York City and Long Island, in English, with full orchestra and chorus.
The center presents traditional and innovative programs reflective of Brooklyn‚ diverse communities, at affordable prices. Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts welcomes over 70,000 people to the 2,400 seat Walt Whitman Theatre each season.
With a mission to create inspiring encounters with art that expand the ways we see ourselves, the world and its possibilities, the Brooklyn Museum is where great art and courageous conversations are catalysts for a more connected, civic, and empathetic world.
At the core of our work lies a deep interest in the expressive power of human movement. Our process is a collaborative searching, by choreographer and dancers, for moments of off balance and discomfort ...searching for questions that lead to new ways of moving and listening. We often use found movement material. Small pedestrian gestures are discovered through observing people in transit, in conversation, in thought and then combined with grand space devouring locomotion. Piercing these pure movement elements with meditations on family relationships, nature and the body creates a layered world for both performers and audiences.