Videos from BRIC
University Settlement’s mission is to empower residents by building on their strengths and knowledge with comprehensive services. They offer programs to homebound seniors that include home-visits and access to off-site programming through technology.
Brooklyn Raga Massive
Brooklyn Raga Massive is a music collective presenting Indian classical and cross-cultural Raga inspired music, blended with other traditions.
Boys Hope Girls Hope NY is based in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, Boys Hope Girls Hope NY helps academically motivated high school students rise above disadvantaged backgrounds and become college-educated, career-ready, community-minded leaders.
On The Bench
Fulton Art Fair (Established in 1958) is Brooklyn’s oldest Black visual arts group and one of the longest, continuing groups in the United States. They promote visual, musical and performing artists inspired by African, African-American, Caribbean, Central and South American culture.
Beam Center builds communities of making and learning that enliven student curiosity, bridge the opportunity gap and prepare youth for the way the world works.
Sacred Space with Jason and Mother Shelly
In "Sacred Space with Jason and Mother Shelly", viewers learn how GMAD opens their doors and gives people a caring and supportive place to be themselves.
Samir Obasi - A Brooklyn Music School Story
In "Samir Obasi: A Brooklyn Music School Story", viewers meet a young musician who is working hard and has dreams to rock his way to stardom.
Meet BAC with Aeilushi Mistry
In "Meet BAC with Aeilushi Mistry", viewers learn about Brooklyn Arts Council's services through the eyes of Aeilushi, a Teaching Artist and BAC Grantee who graciously teaches the culture of India.
Saturday at Ifetayo
In "Saturday at Ifetayo", Sister Marilyn takes viewers through the doors of a weekend program that teaches children about their African heritage. Ifetayo means "love brings joy" in Yoruba, and this nurturing program is dedicated to supporting the creative, educational and vocational development of youth and families of African descent.
That Suits You
That Suits You partnering with NYC schools, colleges, job training centers and NYC homeless shelters to provide men with training and attire for their next level!!!
Ateika talks about her learning experiences and accomplishments as she progressed through NPower's training and placement program in this profile piece.
North Brooklyn Coalition Against Family Violence
In this piece, North Brooklyn Coalition Against Family Violence describes their organization's work and how the community can get involved by speaking out against domestic violence issues.
The Financial Clinic
The Financial Clinic touches on the range of community services they provide to people in the Brooklyn community.
Brooklyn Youth Music Project
In this informational video, you are introduced to BYMP's cultivating orchestra program.
Asase Yaa Cultural Arts Foundation
This piece profiles the dynamic dance and drumming program Asase Yaa Cultural Arts Foundation offers.
Your Voice. Your Vote
Check out "Your Voice. Your Vote" a PSA produced by BRIC for Brooklyn Voters Alliance and YWCA Brooklyn.
Urban Bush Women
In this piece, Urban Bush Women focuses on local and vibrant hair parties that expresses pride and love for the creative & diversified hair styles worn by people of African Decent."
Turning Point Brooklyn: The Johnny Effect
In “The Johnny Effect”, viewers get an in-depth view of Johnny, a dedicated volunteer whose daily work is to provide homeless men with a clean and safe facility to shower. His dedication and passion for Turning Point and the community he serves is deep and inspiring.
Green City Force
Green City Force is an AmeriCorps program that engages young adults from NYCHA communities in environmental service work. Corps Members receive job training, a stipend and assistance finding and securing employment. This piece profiles Green City Force's Urban Farm Corps program.
BRIC is the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, and one of the largest in New York City. BRIC presents and incubates work by artists and media-makers who reflect the diversity that surrounds New Yorkers. BRIC programs reach hundreds of thousands of people each year.
The main venue, BRIC House, offers a public media center, a major contemporary art exhibition space, two performance spaces, a glass-walled TV studio, and artist work spaces.
In addition to making cultural programming genuinely accessible, BRIC is dedicated to providing substantial support to artists and media makers in their efforts to develop work and reach new audiences.
BRIC is unusual in both presenting exceptional cultural experiences and nurturing individual expression. This dual commitment enables us to most effectively reflect New York City’s innate cultural richness and diversity.