“One of our principal goals in starting Brooklyn Creative League was to create both a space and a community that would help us be good parents and accomplished professionals.”
BCL features pieces from local artists in the third floor gallery. BCL’s newest installation features “Reclaim” by Brooklyn Native, Rob Arnow. This current series of oil paintings takes a look at the damage humanity is doing to it’s environment, while tempting us with images of the aesthetically pleasing aftermath.
Whenever the leaves start changing colors, and the temperature drops just slightly, I am reminded of my mother. This may well be because her birthday is in September. It could also be my vivid memories of waking up early to go with her to the International Balloon Fiesta every October. Perhaps it’s because of our […]
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Members, Friends, Partners, and Colleagues: When we started Brooklyn Creative League, our Gowanus coworking space, almost a decade ago, our vision was to create both the physical space and the professional community that was missing from our work lives. We also set out to build a different kind of company: a for-profit business whose economic […]
Whenever the leaves start changing colors, and the temperature drops just slightly, I am reminded of my mother…
Podcast Junkie is a podcast highlight by Brooklyn writer, scholar, and creative, Brittany Bellinger. Check back here for a new Podcast to help you through the work day or power you through that workout. Join me as we dive into the world of culture, entertainment, politics, and more through our headphones.
John Tebeau, the artist behind Great Good Places- a series of drawings of great local bars around NYC (book forthcoming in the spring!) launched his art show in the BCL Lounge last Thursday evening. Our members joined John in this celebration of beloved bars and dives around town. Members in attendance chose their favorite pieces, […]
by Jenni Walkowiak It’s hot outside, and your kids are getting antsy. You could head down to Coney Island or skip over to Rockaway beach, but sometimes that requires more planning and energy that you can muster on days where you’re too hot to function. Thankfully, New York City is full of splash parks and […]