We are pleased to announce that Nathan Kensinger will be the Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center’s 2021-2022 Guest Research Fellow. Kensinger is a journalist, photographer and filmmaker based in Brooklyn. His work explores hidden urban landscapes, forgotten waterways, environmental disasters, and
Thanks to everyone who made this year's BWRC conference a success!
We are thrilled so many of you were able to join us last week for our first ~virtual~ conference! We’d like to especially thank our wonderful panelists for sharing
Our conference was featured on the CityTech OpenLab’s “Open Road” blog. Read the full post here: https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/openroad/science-art-and-the-climate-crisis-along-the-brooklyn-waterfront/
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BWRC’s Annual Conference will explore the interdisciplinary ferment created by scientists, artists, activists, and others whose work grapples with our rapidly changing climate.
Bringing together a diverse array of artists, scientists, and community members, …
Our first online "Breakfast Talk" was a success!
We are thrilled so many of you were able to join us on Zoom for our first virtual “Breakfast Talk.” Thank you for all your great questions and, of course, special thanks
City Tech’s Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center is pleased to announce its 2020 Research Fellowship Awards. Two teams were awarded fellowships: an academic project entitled, “Shaping the Brooklyn Waterfront: Vision, Ambition, and Authority in Planning an Express Highway,” and
In May 2014, the artist Kara Walker installed a monumental piece of public art in the derelict Domino Sugar factory that was soon to be gutted and redeveloped into a mega project that was facilitated by a series of zoning