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BRIC Arts Media

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The BRIC House in 2017
The BRIC House in 2017

BRIC, formerly known as BRIC Arts Media or Brooklyn Information & Culture, is a non-profit arts organization based in Brooklyn, New York founded in 1979 as the "Fund for the Borough of Brooklyn". A presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, it incubates and showcases work by artists and media-makers with programs reaching hundreds of thousands of people each year.

Their main venue, BRIC House, is based in the Brooklyn Cultural District, and offers a public media center, a contemporary art exhibition space, two performance spaces, a glass-walled TV studio, and artist work spaces.

BRIC’s programs include the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival in Prospect Park, a contemporary art exhibition series, and two distinct media initiatives: Brooklyn Free Speech, Brooklyn's Public Access initiative, and BRIC TV, a nonprofit community TV channel and digital network. BRIC also offers education and other programs at BRIC House and throughout Brooklyn.

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BRIC House

Prior to the opening of BRIC House (in the former Strand Theater building on Fulton Street) in 2013, BRIC programmed in a number of locations around Brooklyn including the Rotunda Gallery[1] in Brooklyn Heights. The 40,000-square-foot BRIC House, renovated by Leeser Architecture, allows BRIC to present music, arts and media programming under the same roof for the first time with a 3,000-square-foot public gallery, flexible performance space, and artist studios.[2][3]

Along with UrbanGlass (their upstairs neighbor), the Theatre for a New Audience, and the Mark Morris Dance Center, BRIC is considered a key part of the Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District which also includes the three buildings of the Brooklyn Academy of Music.[3]


  1. ^ "BRIC House Set to Open Next Month". Downtown Brooklyn. 2013-09-05. Archived from the original on 2014-03-12. Retrieved 2014-03-13.
  2. ^ Dailey, Jessica (2013-10-03). "Inside the Brooklyn Cultural District's Newest Addition, BRIC House". Curbed. Retrieved 2014-03-14.
  3. ^ a b Meier, Allison (2013-10-29). "A Look Inside BRIC House, a New Arts Center in the booming Downtown Brooklyn Scene". Hyperallergic. Retrieved 2014-03-12.

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