BRIC (nonprofit organization)

BRIC (which stands for Brooklyn Information & Culture)[1] is a nonprofit arts and media organization located in Brooklyn, New York City founded in 1979.[2] Its original name was "Fund for the Borough of Brooklyn". In the fall of 2013, it opened a 66,000 square-foot renovated former vaudeville theater providing a gallery, an additional space for film screenings, lectures, and readings,[3] and a flexible performance space which will showcase dance, music, and theater admission to which will be mostly under $20.

The organization offers classes in digital photography and video production at low cost.[3]


  2. "About". BRIC website. Retrieved March 28, 2014.
  3. 1 2 Bellafante, Ginia (October 13, 2013). "The Culture Paradox of 21st Century New York".

Coordinates: 40°41′19″N 73°58′44″W / 40.688557°N 73.979005°W / 40.688557; -73.979005

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