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Amplify Action: Sustainability through the Arts – CALL FOR ARTISTS


CALL FOR ARTISTS – September 9, 2011 DEADLINE please fill out the online application here: http://www.amplifyaction.org/p/online-application-form.html Amplify Action: Sustainability through the Arts is an exhibition that demonstrates how arts, culture and media are powerful catalysts for social change, and aims to engage neighborhoods in a dialogue about sustainable living, making healthy consumer choices, and taking environmental […]

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Party down on Fulton!


Food and wine flowed freely over discussions of race, art, and what it means to be a part of a community. This past Thursday, the “Crown Heights Gold” exhibit at Bed-Stuy’s  premier art gallery. Funded in part by the Bed-Stuy Gateway BID and Bed-Stuy Restoration, hundreds attended the opening to a series of thought-provoking multimedia exhibits. […]

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Crown Heights Gold Art Show Opening, July 28


Crown Heights Gold: Examining Race Relations and Healing in Crown Heights, Brooklyn During the 20 Years Since the 1991 Riot, curated by Dexter Wimberly. Using contemporary art as a vehicle to foster dialogue and remembrance, this exhibition commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Crown Heights Riot, and explores the transformation of the community since the […]

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An artist discusses her work with local residents

Nothing But NETworking, Thursday, April 28th


Once again, Bed-Stuy residents, business owners, and patrons of the arts gathered at Restoration Plaza’s Skylight gallery for wine, hors d’oeuvres, and conversation this past Thursday. In addition to the networking opportunities, attendees were also on hand for the opening of En Foco’s “Works #14” photography exhibit. The show features work from five emerging artists […]

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Time to meet your neighbors!


Bed-Stuy is famously massive: there are at least four sub-neighborhoods, and nearly every corner has a little shop, restaurant, or bodega. With around 400,000 people, it can be hard to meet your neighbors, both businesses and residents. Coupled with our busy schedules, it’s tough to check out that new cafe that just opened down the […]

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February Nothing But Networking


The crowd was buzzing at Fulton Street’s Skylight Art Gallery on Thursday for the BID’s Nothing But Networking event and the opening of Sex Crimes Against Black Girls art show. Nearly one hundred local business owners, artists, and residents got to meet up over wine and hors’d oeuvres. Check out the photos on our BID Facebook Page […]

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