BRIC’s performing arts programs bring together Brooklyn’s diverse communities of artists and audiences for lively, energetic exchanges that celebrate creativity and engagement.
The 2014 Spring Season at BRIC House
BRIC House, which opened Oct 3, 2013, is a year-round home for accessible, exciting presentations of new work in music, dance, theater and multidisciplinary work that reflects the creativity and diversity of Brooklyn artists and audiences. Click here to see the full schedule and buy tickets.
A series of 7-to-10 day residencies in BRIC Studio offer emerging and established local artists an opportunity to develop new work and share their process with local audiences through informal showings and moderated discussions. More Info>>
Capitalizing on BRIC’s unique mix of visual art, media and performing arts programs, BRICs multidisciplinary programs – including the Fireworks Residency and the Stoop Series— foreground collaboration across disciplines and make space for the creation of new hybrid artworks. More info>>
BRIC’s performing arts embraces the role of the artist and the community in the leadership of the organization. Through long-term relationships with local artists, including both process time and performance opportunities, we provide a welcoming home for diverse voices. More Info>>
Music, Dance and Theater @ BRIC House
BRIC will present music, dance and theater performances of the highest caliber, marked by generosity, rigor and openness. Programs will be accessible and free or low cost, to serve the greatest diversity of Brooklyn audiences. More Info>>
Launched in 1979 as a catalyst for a Brooklyn performing arts scene and to bring people back into Prospect Park after years of neglect, Celebrate Brooklyn! is one of New York City's longest running, free, outdoor performing arts festivals attracting 250,000 attendees from across New York City to the Prospect Park Bandshell each summer. In 2011, Celebrate Brooklyn expanded to Brooklyn Bridge Park with a series of free, dj’ed dance parties. More Info>>