Founded in 1966 in the basement of Flatbush resident Charlene Victor, Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC) has grown in stature and scope so as to become a hub for the local scene, providing a wide array of services for emerging artists and arts organizations based in Brooklyn. BAC gives grants that total over a quarter of a million dollars each year, promotes cultural programming in every neighborhood from Bushwick to Sheepshead Bay, works with educators and students to expand arts curricula, and provides services to artists and organizations to help with the short and long term aspects of a career in the arts.
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