A longtime organization is showing Brooklyn its artistic side.

The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition (BWAC), a non-profit organization formed in 1978 that features and helps artists while giving them a forum to present their work, will be hosting its fall show to close out its 40th season.

The show, which begins on Saturday, Oct. 6 and spans through the end of the month, will feature six different exhibitions, as well as music and other activities.

“This BWAC Fall Exhibit consists of six different shows within our 25,000 square foot gallery in our old Civil War Era building,” said artist and public relations for BWAC Janice Weiss. “It is the last show of our 40th anniversary and we are excited about it.”

Brooklyn Reporter, October 5, 2018

Fine art is once again on display in Brooklyn as part of a storied tradition within the borough  Copy