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BRIC
33 Clinton St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
BRIC produces an array of contemporary art, performing arts and community media programs. BRIC is a non-profitMore organization that champions art education and participates in culturally enriching events in Brooklyn. Its contemporary art wing exhibits works by local artists and provides free interpretive programs that engage and challenge visitors. In addition, BRIC's community media program offers more than 650 hours of community produced and community selected television each week through via Brooklyn Free Speech TV. 
Brooklyn Workshop Gallery
393 Hoyt St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Located on Hoyt Street between 2nd and 3rd, the Brooklyn Workshop Gallery is a community art space hosting a variety ofMore regularly scheduled exhibits, lectures and fundraisers. The gallery also offers art classes for children and adults. Visit the Brooklyn Workshop Gallery Facebook page for upcoming event information.
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
The Invisible Dog is an interdisciplinary arts center founded in 2009 to present visual art exhibits, dance, theatre,More music, film and poetry in an eclectic, community-based environment. The center rents studio space to artists on the second and third floors of its converted factory building.
Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts
1 University Plz, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts at the Brooklyln Campus of Long Island University manages to provide an intimateMore space despite its large scale. It has hosted a variety of productions and exhibitions from companies around the city and across the country. A calendar of upcoming events is available on its website. 
Axelle Fine Arts
312 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
This large building on Atlantic Avenue, between Hoyt and Smith streets, is home to the corporate offices of Axelle FineMore Arts, which has galleries in San Francisco, Boston and New York. These exhibition spaces emphasize realist, figurative, landscape and representation paintings, as well as sculpture, by American and European artists. You may go to the official website for more information about artists and events.
Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition
499 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Founded in 1978, the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition is an artist-run, nonprofit art space located in a CivilMore War–era warehouse on Van Brunt Street in Brooklyn. The 25,000-square-foot gallery hosts regularly scheduled exhibits and musical performances featuring local artists. Visit the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition's website for a schedule of upcoming exhibits and performances.
Littlefield
622 Degraw St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Littlefield is a 6,200-square-foot art and performance space housed in a converted 1920s warehouse. Come here for a wideMore variety of events, including concerts, dance parties, exhibitions and film screenings. A good selection of sake, wine, microbrews and cocktails means you can have something interesting to drink while you're hanging out. Be sure to stop by the official website regularly for up-to-date information on upcoming happenings.