BRIC Media Education
Winter/Spring 2015 Courses
BRIC provides Brooklyn residents with access to a variety of free or low-cost, high-quality classes that enable you to produce content for television and online as well as learn more about the ever-changing landscape of technology.Photo: Skye MacLeod
Your 2015 Possibilities Begin Here!
BRIC offers media classes at multiple locations throughout the borough:
- BRIC House (647 Fulton Street)
- Central Library (10 Grand Army Plaza)
- Kings Highway Library (2115 Ocean Avenue)
- New Lots Library (665 New Lots Avenue)
- Coney Island Library (1901 Mermaid Avenue)
Certification Classes in basic production will allow you to become a Certified Community Producer, which gives you the opportunity to use our production facilities and equipment free-of-charge in order to create your own Brooklyn Free Speech program.
Please note: Becoming a Certified Community Producer is not a requirement to air a program on our channels. It's just a really great opportunity for residents interested in media production to have hands-on experience with professional equipment and training.
Certification not the way to go? Not to worry! We offer Non-Certification and Free classes that will familiarize you with other technologies, enhance your media skillset, and help you get your message heard!
You can register here online, using a credit or debit card, or you can register in person using a check or money order at the Public Equipment office at the BRIC Media Center. Please note: We do not accept cash.
Is a class sold out? Fill out our Waitlist Form and we'll contact you if there's an opening.