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CultureAID (Culture Active in Disasters) is a collaborative network of stakeholders and service providers committed to strengthening New York City’s cultural community – including artists and organizations – before, during, and after disasters through an organized communications system, as well as coordinated activities and services to the field. Learn more about CultureAID here.
 

BCA is on the steering committee of the Cultural Equity Group [CEG], an important city-wide advocacy alliance. Link to us on Facebook and get involved now. Cultural equity needs your voice.

Bronx Artist Documentary Project
The Bronx Artist Documentary Project is a borough-wide collaborative endeavor involving 30 Bronx photographers documenting 80 Bronx visual artists at work in their studios or other Bronx venues. The BXADP contains 272 full-color pages with an introduction by artist and eight-time BCA BRIO winner Daniel Hauben, a forward by photographer Mike Kamber and a special dedication to the Bronx Council on the Arts. The book is available for purchase online.


 


*** IMPORTANT TROLLEY TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT ***

 

Join us for our
next First Wednesday

Arts & Culture Trolley Tour!

 

JOIN US FOR THE 1ST WEDNESDAY TROLLEY TOUR

APRIL 5TH

Come enjoy these tour stops:

Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos

Bronx Museum of the Arts

Andrew Freedman Home

BronxArtSpace

CLICK HERE FOR TROLLEY INFORMATION

schedule is subject to change

 

Social Justice Zine Design Workshop

April 6th, 2017 | 6:30-8:30PM

Feed your creativity and make your own Zine about social justice issues!

This workshop will focus on zines as a tool for advocacy, and the craftsmanship behind zine making. Zines are a great inexpensive and accessible way to explore issues and shared with the community at large. We will discuss social inequalities that affect communities of color, followed by a series of prompts, guidance and tips to encourage self-expression, while exploring visual and typographical ways to articulate these ideas. Participants will use a variety of materials to create their own personal zine. All materials are provided.

2016 Community Arts Celebration

Congratulations to our

2016 Grantees!

 
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Bronx Council on the Arts, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Department of Design and Construction, and Local Officials Break Ground on BCA@2700
 
Photo Credit: Tony Holmes

Bronx, NY – Today the Bronx Council on the Arts was joined by NYC Cultural Affairs Commissioner Tom Finkelpearl, NYC Councilman James Vacca, Congressman Joseph Crowley, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., and other local officials to celebrate the start of construction on BCA@2700. BCA@2700 will serve as BCA’s new headquarters building, transforming a former JPMorgan Chase bank branch into a new cultural hub in the Westchester Square district of the Bronx. The gut renovation will update all infrastructure and services and convert the basement, 1st floor, and mezzanine into programmable spaces, including a multi-purpose room, classrooms, meeting rooms, and administrative offices. The project is expected to be completed in late 2017.

“BCA is working to build a new, dynamic HQ that will serve our growing borough and beyond,” said Charles Rice-Gonzalez, BCA’s board chairman.

 
Congratulations to our 2016 BRIO Grantees
 

 

Are you interested in making a difference in arts funding in the Bronx?  Do you want 2017 to be about support for Bronx Artists and Communities?

The Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA) seeks artists, arts professionals, and nonprofit and community based organization leaders to serve as panelists for our 2017 grant cycle.

 
BRONX MEMOIR PROJECT, VOLUME 1
Bronx Stories |  Bronx Memories  |  Bronx Writers

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The Bronx Memoir Project – Volume 1 is an unprecedented collection of over 50 Bronx memoir fragments, as penned by our very own residents, spanning various generations, continents, languages, cultures and themes.

Paperback books can be purchased at Amazon.com and as e-books for download for Kindle and Nook! Come meet the contributors! More...

 
 

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