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The “Almost Summer” Update

Well, it has been super hectic since we launched the report in January and most of us have been taking a breather.  The FB Group is where most of the action is these days (see the link on the home page), since the core team has been thinking about what’s next. On a practical level, … Continue reading

Brooklyn Commune Global Congress November 22-24, 2013

Don’t miss out! The Brooklyn Commune Global Congress convenes at The Invisible Dog from Friday November 22 to Sunday November 24, 2013 Continue reading

Bessie Endures: Tara Sheena Gives Her Thoughts from the New York Dance and Performance Awards

The New York Dance and Performance Awards (affectionately referred to as the “Bessies” after legendary dancer and choreographer Bessie Schoenberg) descend on to the city every fall to honor dance in NYC and, since 2010 at least, commendably attempts to acknowledge the full gamut of genres. The awards serve to remind us, even for a … Continue reading

The Story So Far…

Our story begins, as many stories do, during years of subtle conflict in a big community. After conversations on conversations on conversations, Andy Horwitz, of Culturebot and Risa Shoup, of the Invisible Dog, joined forces to launch The Brooklyn Commune as a grassroots movement to investigate funding, diversity, labor, value and a whole host of central issues … Continue reading

THE BROOKLYN COMMUNE BEGINS

“What if we look at economics as a collective creative design problem?” Amy Whitaker (in her introduction as moderator of a panel discussion on “Art, Money, & Politics” curated and produced by Andrew Horwitz. Recorded by ArtOnAir.org on April 11, 2012 at the Broad Street Ballroom of Léman Manhattan Preparatory School in the Wall Street area … Continue reading

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