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Tag Archives: Interpreting Brooklyn
BHS is really excited about our new exhibit, Artist & Artifact: Re|Visioning Brooklyn’s Past, presented in partnership with our neighbor BRIC Rotunda Gallery, the contemporary art space of BRIC Arts|Media|Bklyn. Over the past two years, 10 artists (7 visual artists, 2 writers, and a … Continue reading
Two of BHS’s Interpreting Brooklyn artists, novelist Elizabeth Gaffney and Coney Island playwright Michael Schwartz, will be reading tonight in Fort Greene Park with L.J. Davis, a fellow contributor to the magazine A Public Space. Another friend of BHS and … Continue reading
Interpreting Brooklyn artist Nora Herting‘s project Face of Brooklyn is nearly completed! Check out her amazing portraits of Brooklynites.
Coney Island Maybe is a new show opening at The Puffin Room this Sunday, November 9th, and one of our Interpreting Brooklyn artists, Michael Schwartz, will be reading some of his work at 4pm – looks good! From Michael: I’ll … Continue reading
Today, I attended the 2008 Coney Island Hall of Fame Induction ceremony at the Coney Island History Project museum located under the ever-invigorating Cyclone roller coaster. Carol Albert accepted a plaque on behalf of Astroland Park and three post-mortem inductees … Continue reading