Art Hub: Art and Censorship

At our most recent Art Hub, artists spoke about their work and the issue of censorship. Over 70 attended!

Art Hub 2017!

Kicking off 2017 with another fabulous Art Hub curated by Amber (AJ) Kellie, Danny McLean and Leon Tillman this past Saturday, February 18, 2017! Themed "all-black" for Black History month but welcoming to all those dedicated to creating and appreciating art and culture, the Art Hubs are fast becoming the hippest scene in Bed-Stuy! Don't miss the next one in early April!

And check out the videos from the opening:



Face to Face: Draw and Be Drawn

Be part of the picture with artist-in-residence Zoey Hart’s Face to Face: Drawn and Be Drawn, an ongoing series of collage portrait workshops that happen on a drop in basis Saturdays 1:30-4:00pm through June 26. Or sign up for one of the Portrait Collage Workshops on Sunday June 12 and June 26, 1:30-4:00pm.

Participants will work together to develop portrait collage images for the Face to Face public art flag series to be displayed around Brooklyn throughout the summer!

For more information and to register, email

Holiday Art Show

Our fall season of workshops culminated in a Holiday Art Show in December. Inspired by the Migration Series by Jacob Lawrence on exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, students made their own series of panels to show an important journey in their lives. These included a family's move from Canarsie to Bed-Stuy, from Belize to Brooklyn, from Arizona to Brooklyn, from Brooklyn to South Carolina and back again, as well as a visit to family in St. Vincents. Students shared their work with family and friends at the opening with refreshments. A good time was had by all ages!