The ICAC is a multi-generational team of residents developing values-driven arts programming by, for and with community members of the Ingersoll, Whitman, Farragut and Atlantic Terminal NYCHA houses and surrounding Brooklyn neighborhoods.
The ICAC is supported by The Performance Project at University Settlement and BRIC, in partnership with Ingersoll Cornerstone Community Center. Support for this program is generously provided by Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts NY and New York City Cultural Agenda Fund in the New York Community Trust.
Meetings and events will take place at BRIC, Ingersoll Community Center, and other fully accessible venues in the Fort Greene/Downtown Brooklyn area.
Priority given to residents and staff of Ingersoll, Farragut, Whitman Houses and Atlantic Terminal NYCHA developments, but open to the wider Fort Greene/Downtown Brooklyn community.
Applications are available online at:
Application Deadline: Saturday, January 15
If you have questions or need assistance with the application, please contact : Jessica Sucher, Director, Community Engagement, BRICjsucher@bricartsmedia.org; (718) 683-5622