BRIC is the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, and one of the largest in New York City. We present and incubate work by artists and media-makers who reflect the diversity that surrounds us. BRIC programs reach hundreds of thousands of people each year.
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.
The Brooklyn Historical Society is a nationally recognized urban history center dedicated to preserving and encouraging the study of Brooklyn's 400-year history. Its galleries and archive are housed in a magnificent landmark building.
Brownfish Short Film Festival showcases daring independent films.
BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn's flagship performing arts program for music, dance, film and spoken word, Celebrate Brooklyn! is one of New York City's longest running, free, outdoor performing arts festivals. Over the festival's history, over 2,000 artists and ensembles reflective of the borough's diversity‚ ranging from internationally acclaimed performers to emerging, cutting-edge artists‚ have been presented at Celebrate Brooklyn!
This annual festival encompasses cuisine, dance, film, literature and music. Celebrate M√©xico Now has helped bring over 200 artists and projects to more than 55 of New York‚ cultural institutions.
Nestled on the corner of Commerce Street in Greenwich Village, Cherry Lane Theatre is a cultural landmark founded by Edna St. Vincent Millay in 1924 and continues to produce shows.