BRIC is pleased to announce that applications for the 2022/2023 BRIClab Residency will be accepted until March 10, 2022.
BRIClab is an interdisciplinary residency program created to promote opportunities for visual artists, performers and media makers. This program provides emerging and mid-career artists with the opportunity to share essential resources, mentorship, and their work. We also aim to build a stronger and more diverse arts community in Brooklyn by supporting long-term growth and fostering cross-disciplinary relationships.
The four tracks of the program are contemporary art, film and television, performing arts, and video art. Each track offers its own resources designed to meet the needs of different artistic practices. Residents receive additional financial support, mentorship, skill-based learning opportunities, and documentation of their work. The 2022/2023 cohort’s ongoing public program will run from September 2022 to May 2023.
The BRIClab is committed to expanding the opportunities for disabled artists as part of BRIC’s overall efforts to improve the accessibility of disabled artists, audiences, and staff. We recommend that you apply from an artist with a disability. We also work with all selected artists to support an accessible and comfortable residence. The BRIClab review panel reflects BRIC values and artists and includes reviewers with disabilities. Learn more about accessibility in the BRIC.
For more information and to sign up, please visit bricartsmedia.org.
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