Tag Archives: Public Perspectives

Gentrification in Fort Greene

Check out Story #1 on this City of Memory tour! You’ll find a painting by Nina Talbot and oral history interview from the Weeksville Heritage Center’s collections which are both featured in BHS’ upcoming exhibit Painting Brooklyn Stories of Immigration … Continue reading

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Tivoli Towers in Crown Heights

Tivoli: A Place We Call Home is a new multimedia exhibit curated by Delphine Fawundu opening at BHS next Thursday, February 11.  Check out this NY1 News Story and this trailer below:

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Got cycling photos?

  One of the artworks from the current group exhibit at BHS, Brooklyn Utopias, moves beyond the museum walls. Eric Corriel’s “A History of Cycling in Brooklyn,” an interactive public art installation explores the history of bicycle culture in Brooklyn from … Continue reading

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Got an idea you want to see on our museum walls?

Public Perspectives is on my brain. This is an exhibit series for which we issue an annual call to Brooklynites – anyone in Brooklyn with an idea for an exhibit can apply. Then three proposals are selected by a group of cultural … Continue reading

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Support Your Local Storefront Photographers

  We’ll all miss seeing Jim & Karla Murray’s “Counter/Culture” exhibit in the Independence Community Gallery (the show came down this week) – but never fear! You can see more of their amazing storefront photography in their new book “Store … Continue reading

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