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For sites based in this locality concerned with subjects such as theater, art, photography, films, music, architecture, dance, libraries, and museums.
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Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts
Classical music, opera, ballet, modern dance, popular artists in concert, Yiddish theater, Caribbean concerts, cinema, children's programming. Profile, events, schedule, tickets, travel directions, contact information.
Educational site for children; a collaboration among the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Children's Museum and the Brooklyn Public Library.
Brooklyn Historical Society
Brooklyn Heights. Promotes and preserves the borough's historical heritage. Publications, membership, library, exhibits, educational programs, contact information.
BWAC - Brooklyn Working Artists Coalition
Not for profit art organization. Profile, images, calendar, membership and contact information.
A writer's center with a focus on African American poets and writers. Information about the organization's annual writing workshop, regional workshops, and readings, Cave Canem prize, and faculty.
Clayworks on Columbia
Instruction, studio space, storefront gallery. Profile, photographs, contact information.
Not for profit organization whose mission is to facilitate mural making projects designed and painted by underrepresented groups. Profile, projects, photographs, contact information.
Harry Knight Oral History Interview
Conducted by Harlan Phillips for the Archives of American Art, 1965. On the artist's association with the Works Progress Administration in Brooklyn and elsewhere.
The Hoop Wizard
A basketball entertainer that is available for parties, assemblies, and events. Includes articles, photos and video.
Ira's Peripheral Visions
Greeting card company featuring scenes of New York City. Includes free e-cards.
Park Slope Framing and Gallery
Featuring WPA and mid-twentieth-century American art and local ephemera. Profile, services, contact information.
Williamsburg. Art gallery: contemporary work by both emerging and established artists. Exhibitions, travel directions, contact information.
When Brooklyn Artists Speak, Art Listens
Image gallery from 2005 exhibition curated by Leon Nicholas Kalas.
Mark Twain's Lecture on Artemus Ward
Unsigned reviews from the Brooklyn Daily Eagle and the Brooklyn Daily Union on a lecture presented by S. L. Clemens at Plymouth Church (November 21, 1871)
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