Community Manager Brittany provides some extra motivation and why we have to fight to make 2017 our year.
Saturday, January 21st made history as over one million women and allies marched on Washington DC to stand up for the rights of US Citizens, immigrants, women, children, LGBTQIA, people with disabilities, sexual assault survivors and more who stand to lose those rights under the new administration. (Read more about the Women’s March Mission & […]
Last week I saw one of the top films released this Holiday season, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. I loved every second of it! Nothing is better than nostalgia to get you right in the feels. Growing up, I was obsessed with Harry Potter. I was the same age as Harry when the […]
I was all in the second I came across photographer Miska Draskoczy’s Kickstarter campaign to support Gowanus Wild (https://gowanuswildbook.com), a book of photographs exploring nature and wilderness in the Gowanus Canal, our beloved Superfund site. So I ponied up $50 to help Draskoczy get his project off the ground (and secure a signed hardcover copy […]
Podcast Junkie is a bi-monthly podcast highlight by Brooklyn writer, scholar, and creative, Brittany Bellinger. Check back here every two weeks for a new Podcast to help you through the work day or power through that workout. Join me as we dive into the world of culture, entertainment, politics, and more through our headphones.
The World Series reached it’s historic climax last night, with the Chicago Cubs winning for the first time in 108 years. Everyone, whether you’re a fan of the team or not, is talking about this monumental victory. With baseball buzzing in everyone’s ears, I couldn’t help but be reminded of my very first company outing […]
When we started Brooklyn Creative League, we set out to create a company that embodied our conviction that we’re all better off when we’re ALL better off. We’ve built an organization whose economic value is rooted in community, collaboration, and mutual benefit. As a part of this commitment, we allocate 5% of BCL’s profits to […]
Procrastination is truly an art form. In college, I often found myself the night before a big project was due, sitting on piles and piles of notes, staring at a blank computer screen wondering “How did I get here?” One could argue that the average master-procrastinator works best under pressure. That they are fueled by […]
In the mid-60’s, Cuban filmmaker, Santiago Alvarez, created a short but charged film entitled Now! In his very iconic style, it was very much a documentary and a mixed media piece. The only access to tools he had to create with were usually found- public images, music, and a bit of his own magical montage making. […]