#MARCH2RESIST

Photo by VINCENT PAOLO VILLANO

Photo by VINCENT PAOLO VILLANO

What is #March2Resist?

As we enter a critical juncture in our history, we feel it is important for free citizens to pledge support to organizations whose missions are of increasing necessity in the years ahead.  So for the whole month of March, BKC will be pledging 25% of all proceeds from class registrations to the following four 501(c)3 organizations, as determined by your vote:

 

Mar 1 - Mar 7 - The American Civil Liberties Union

Mar 8 - Mar 14 - Planned Parenthood

Mar 15 - Mar 21 - The Southern Poverty Law Center

Mar 22 - Mar 28 - Everytown For Gun Safety

 

Also, every SATURDAY we'll be donating 100% of all proceeds to these distinguished organizations.  Join us in pledging to support these important causes throughout the month of March. 


Photo by STEVE SAVITZ

 

Submit to the #Resist Show & Print Sale

Curated by BKC Instructors SALLY BOZZUTO and JAMES REDDINGTON


OPENING --->  FRIDAY MARCH 17, 2017  @ 7:00 - 9:00 PM
CLOSING --->  FRIDAY MARCH 24, 2017 @ 7:30 - 9:30 PM

 

Featured Artists:

Lanna Apisukh
Barry Bellovin
Britannie Bond
Jeff Chase
Yekaterina Gyadu
Christopher Janaro
Svetlana Jovanovic
David Kinniburgh
Monika Kratochvil
Shavon Meyers
Caroline Voagen Nelson
Jennifer Ng
Obed Obwoge
Kalpa Rajapaksha
Tyler Roarty
steve savitz
Joey Sbarro
Ashley Smith
Dese'Rae L. Stage
Luisanna Tejada
Cindy Trinh
Leslie Tucker

ALSO ON MARCH 24 ---> REALTALK 02: Creativity For Positive Change @ 7:30 PM

All proceeds will be donated to the Reproductive Health Access Project, an organization that provides training and supporting clinicians to make reproductive health care accessible to everyone and the Ali Forney Center, an organization that protects LGBTQ+ youths from the harms of homelessness and empowers them with the tools needed to live independently.


Photo by CHLOE BULPIN

 

Sunday Crit: #Resist Edition

With BKC Instructors SALLY BOZZUTO and JAMES REDDINGTON

SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 2017 @ 7:00 PM

Join in on the Sunday Crit series of open critiques and present your works-in-progress for the theme #Resist.  Get valuable feedback from show curators Sally and James, and hone your ideas into their final forms.

Sunday Crit is a bi-monthly get-together and feedback forum for artists and creatives.  There's no limitation on genre, and all critique is rooted in sincere appreciation for the artist and the work being created.  Each Crit is 2 hours, and the up to 8 participants per evening will submit their works-in-progress for group feedback (priority is given according to earliest registration time)