Did you hear about our new partnership with UrbanGlass? We have a really special class coming up that combines both worlds of photo printing and glass production to make photographic decals fused to glass. Learn how to get the most out of digital glass printing technology and expand your glass making potential in our 7 session intensive PHOTO BOMB: FROM IMAGE TO OBJECT starting April 10th from 6 - 9 pm. Read more on our website here!
Levine’s work engages many of the core tenets of postmodern art, challenging notions of originality, authenticity, and identity. Since the late 1970s, she has created a singular and complex oeuvre using a variety of media, including photography, painting, and sculpture.
Through April 02, 2016
The Expressionist Nude
This exhibition considers the shift in treatment of the human figure in the early twentieth century through a selection of works on paper from Austria and Germany. Traditionally the nude had been presented in an idealized fashion. Proponents of the late nineteenth-century Symbolist movement in Europe were among the first to offer near caricatures of the nude, often imbued with psychological undertones.
Through June 13, 2016
Come join us tonight for an exhibition of student final projects from Sally's Digital Photo II class.
Featuring work by: NICOLE GRIECO, MAX DRURY, FLOOR FLURIJ, TESSI FLOOD, ANN MARIE SEXTON, MICHAEL AHILLEN & MARIANA SPIRIDON
6:00 - 8:00 pm
33 Washington Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
If you follow our Instagram @brklyncentral then you know that our crew here at BKC are all MAJOR dog lovers. So when we saw our instructor Alan Winslow's photos for ELLE online that he shot for the 140th annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, we were pumped. We picked out our favorites shots from the story along with snippets of their beauty routines. Catch the full story on their website here. Enjoy!
All photos copyright ALAN WINSLOW 2016
2016 is bringing many new and exciting things and we're psyched to announce a new partnership between BKC and venerable Brooklyn-based glass studio UrbanGlass. Together we'll be offering an assortment of learning experiences that will mix the imaginative with the practical.
First up on the agenda, BKC founder Justin William Lin is teaching a special-edition full-day workshop at UrbanGlass on how to upgrade your glass photo-taking skills with some DIY studio preparation and a little iPhone ingenuity. If you've ever tried taking pictures of glass objects, you know what a tricky situation they present. Get a better handle on lighting and shooting glass with this insightful 5-hour workshop.
Space is limited!
Intro to Shooting Glass: Getting The Most From Your iPhone Camera
SAT FEB 27, 2016 10:00 am - 3:00 pm more info
647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Comprised of interwoven vignettes centering around six different people, NONSUCH is an intimate, ethnographic portrait of a small town in the foothills of Northeast Jamaica where natural beauty is matched with spirituality, optimism, and charm. Spring 2016.
Director & Editor JACKSON ADAMS
Director of Photography ALAN GWIZDOWSKI
Executive Producer JACKSON ADAMS
Producer DREW SAPLIN