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The four-screen BAM Rose Cinemas opened in 1998 to screen independent and foreign film new releases, making Brooklyn Academy of Music the only performing arts center in the country with two mainsta
Started in 1987 by Julia Wolfe, David Lang and Michael Gordon, Bang on a Can has an unconventional approach to presenting music.
Bargemusic offers the most active chamber music program in New York. It does so in an unusual floating hall, actually a 102-foot barge once used by the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad.
The Brooklyn Arts Exchange mirrors its borough: a small-scale alternative with a strong emphasis on innovation in the arts, where the winds can blow from any part of the globe or any style of
The Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation's Skylight Gallery features year-round exhibits of established and emerging artists of African descent, such as painter James "Jimmy" Green, sculptor
Believing that the history of the Big Apple can be peeled like an onion, Big Onion Walking Tours, in partnership with New-York Historical Society, has organized tours of New York's ethnic neighborh
The 200-seat Billie Holiday Theatre presents theater works by African- and Caribbean-American artists.
Since 1995, Bindlestiff Family Variety Arts has been presenting circus, sideshow and vaudeville performances. The company has performed and presented workshops in New York and around the U.S.
BRIC/Brooklyn Information & Culture was founded in 1979 to present cultural, educational, and informational programs that reflect Brooklyn’s diverse population, support the boroughȁ
Winner of the Caffe Cino award for outstanding work, the Brick is Williamsburg, Brooklyn's destination for cutting-edge theatrical experience.