Black Box Gallery is dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary photography. Black Box’s juried photo shows provide important opportunities for emerging and established photographers. Black Box supports and encourages the creative production, exhibition and critical appreciation for contemporary photography.
Blackburn 20/20 gallery is an extension of the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop (RBPMW) a co-operative printmaking workspace that provides professional-quality printmaking facilities to artists and printmakers of every skill level. We are committed to inspiring and fostering a racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse artistic community dedicated to the making of fine art prints in an environment that embraces technical and aesthetic exploration, innovation and collaboration.
Blackburn 20|20 is the gallery space associated with the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. The gallery is sponsored by The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts.
Active in both primary and secondary markets, the gallery focuses its attention on creating a dynamic space for artists and other art practitioners to realize their vision and establish a platform for discourse that will nurture a thoughtful and creative community as well as attract new audiences.
Bread and Roses is the not-for-profit cultural arm of New York's Health and Human Service Union.
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.
BRIC's visual arts program focuses on the Rotunda Gallery, which since 1981 has supported the work of Brooklyn artists through five annual group exhibitions. The gallery also provides arts education programming for thousands of New York City public school students. Its online image registry contains the work of these artists and is accessible to curators, dealers, gallery owners and other visual arts professionals globally.
The Bronx Council on the Arts provides an array of services to 5,000 artists and more than 250 arts and community-based organizations.
Works by 20th-century artists from Africa, Asia and Latin America, as well as American descendants from those regions, form the basis of the collection. Exhibitions and programs offer Bronx residents the opportunity to learn about themselves and their heritage, history and culture while gaining insight into other cultural groups.