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  • 12/27/12
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    We get a glimpse into landscape artist Alexa Williams' creative process. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 55. Original air date: 12/26/2012.
  • 12/27/12
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    Join us and learn how three artists in Red Hook weathered Sandy as part of our Brooklyn Storms Back coverage. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 55. Original air date: 12/26/2012.
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    Documentary filmmaker Marc Lafia discusses his latest project about our increasingly networked world called Empires. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 55. Original air date: 12/26/2012.
  • The Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG 92 opened its doors to experimental theater group Polybe + Seats, which tells the tale of women in the Yard from the American Revolution to now. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 55. Original air date: 12/26/2012.
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    Episode 12.26.12
    12/26/12
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    Original air date: 12/26/2012 The Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG 92 opened its doors to experimental theater group Polybe + Seats, which tells the tale of women in the Yard from the American Revolution to now. Documentary filmmaker Marc Lafia discusses his latest project about our increasingly networked world called Empires. Plus we get a glimpse into landscape artist Alexa Williams' creative process, and learn how three artists in Red Hook weathered Sandy as part of our Brooklyn Storms Back coverage. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
  • 10/26/12
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    Art meets environment at this Superfund site, a deeply contaminated creek running from the East River all the way into Bushwick. Three artists built model boats equipped with underwater video cameras, and visitors were given the chance to pilot them through the pollution. For more information about the Newtown Creek Armada, visit From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 54. Original air date: 10/24/2012.moreless
  • 10/26/12
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    In our digital era, we forget how beautiful ink on paper can be. Trained in Teheran, this practitioner of ancient Persian calligraphy has traded in the Euphrates for the Gowanus. For more information about Sina Goudarzi, visit From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 54. Original air date: 10/24/2012.moreless
  • 10/26/12
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    It must be tough to go on tour when you’re schlepping a cello, but that’s how this North Carolinian-turned-Brooklynite learned the ropes – or strings – of his instrument. We listen in on Ward and Rachel Sage, the singer/songwriter he often accompanies. For more information about Ward Williams, visit From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 54. Original air date: 10/24/2012.moreless
  • 10/26/12
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    Get Some Black Friends”: that’s the title of a song filled with some very pointed advice for non-African-Americans (okay, whites), courtesy of this sketch-comedy troupe based in Ft. Greene. Political and social satire, in rehearsal and in performance. For more information about American Candy, visit From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 54. Original air date: 10/24/2012.moreless
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    Episode 10.25.12
    10/25/12
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    Original air date: 10/24/2012 It must be tough to go on tour when you’re schlepping a cello, but that’s how Ward Williams learned the ropes – or strings–of his instrument. American Candy, a sketch-comedy troupe based in Fort Greene, rehearses their political and social satire. Sina Goudarzi is a practitioner of ancient Persian calligraphy who has traded in the Euphrates for the Gowanus. And art meets environment at Newtown Creek Armada, a public art project documenting the deeply contaminated creek running from the East River into Bushwick. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
  • 10/2/12
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    Like Alice tracking the White Rabbit through Wonderland, the audience will wander in and out of the rooms and corridors of what was once a wing of the former Greenpoint Hospital. It’s Third Rail Projects’ immersive version of “Alice in Wonderland,” and we’re there to watch them rehearse. For more information about Third Rail Projects, visit From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 53. Original air date: 10/26/2012.moreless
  • 10/2/12
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    This guitarist, trained in jazz and living in Brooklyn, explores his folk roots from his native Georgia. No, not Athens or Atlanta, but Tbilisi, his home town midway between the Caspian and the Black Seas. For more information about Ilusha Tsinadze, visit . From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 53. Original air date: 10/26/2012.moreless
  • 10/2/12
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    According to its sponsor, the Brooklyn Museum, this borough-wide open house drew an estimated 18,000 visitors to the studios, living rooms, galleries, and garages of more than 1700 artists in 44 neighborhoods. We didn’t get to quite that many, but enough to confirm that Brooklyn is full of talented people – as if you didn’t know! For more information about Brooklyn Go, visit From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 53. Original air date: 9/26/2012.moreless
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    Episode 09.28.12
    9/28/12
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    Original air date: 9/26/2012 Brooklyn Go! was Brooklyn Museum's borough-wide open house that drew an estimated 18,000 visitors to the studios, living rooms, galleries, and garages of more than 1700 artists in 44 neighborhoods. Then She Fell is Third Rail Project’s immersive version of “Alice in Wonderland,” and we’re there to watch them rehearse. Ilusha Tsinadze is a guitarist trained in jazz and living in Brooklyn, explores his folk roots from his native Georgia, Tbilisi. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
  • 8/20/12
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    Daddy Long Legs: Unlike the spider, Daddy Long Legs the musician (Brian Hurd: blues harp, steel guitar, kazoo, and vocals), has only two legs, but throw in guitarist Murat Akturk and percussionist Josh Styles, and the band – also called Daddy Long Legs – is back up to six. They say their aim is to destroy rock ‘n roll and rhythm & blues and rebuild them. You can see if they carry out that threat as they jam in Bushwick and perform at two Brooklyn venues. From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 49. Joel Holmes: A portrait of a jazz pianist as a young man: as he rehearses with a bassist and a drummer, Joel Holmes talks about how he got into jazz (girls played a part), who inspires him, and how it’s taken him around the world. From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 40. Call Matt Marks a classically-trained French horn player who also samples. Call him a ukulele-playing pop singer whose videos co-star his operatically-trained girlfriend. Speaking of opera, call him a composer of some of the hippest stuff that genre has seen. You’d be right on all counts. From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 36. House of Waters: An assortment of percussion instruments, the acoustic bass, and the hammered dulcimer – this is what Luke Notary, Moto Fukushima, and Max ZT play, respectively, in their world music band. They’ve studied and played all over, from Senegal to India to venues throughout NYC – and they also build odd little huts in a Brooklyn back yard. From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 45. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In the Act.moreless
  • 8/6/12
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    Behind the scenes at rehearsal, and then onstage at Celebrate Brooklyn!, as an all-star cast fills the stage with music, tap, and video. It’s a new commission created by pianist Gerri Allen and photographer/video artist Carrie Mae Weems, with help from Esperanza Spalding, Lizz Wright, Maurice Chestnut, Afro Blue and many more. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 51. Original air date: 8/1/2012.moreless
  • 8/3/12
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    Along with his trio, The Magic Number, this composer and violinist shows us why reviewers are saying things like, “Accept no substitutions: Zach Brock is the pre-eminent improvising violinist of his generation.” From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act,episode 51. Original air date: 8/1/2012.
  • Slow Fade to Black: Caught In The Act
    8/3/12
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    Slow Fade to Black: Behind the scenes at rehearsal, and then onstage at Celebrate Brooklyn!, as an all-star cast fills the stage with music, tap, and video. It’s a new commission created by pianist Gerri Allen and photographer/video artist Carrie Mae Weems, with help from Esperanza Spalding, Lizz Wright, Maurice Chestnut, Afro Blue and many more. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 51. Original air date: 8/1/2012.moreless
  • 8/3/12
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    A brand new festival, BEAT (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theater) will kick off this September in sites all over Brooklyn. We meet the festival’s founder, and spend some time with one of the participants, Theatre Group Dzieci – as challenging and out there as it’s hard-to-pronounce Polish name. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 51. Original air date: 8/1/2012.moreless
  • 8/3/12
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    You’ve heard of a shortstop making a “balletic” move, but Brooklyn Ballet’s decided to bring some trained style and grace to a Cyclones game with A History of Ballet in Nine Innings. We’re watch the dancers get ready for their big night at MCU Park. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act,episode 51. Original air date: 8/1/2012.moreless
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    Episode 08.02.12
    8/2/12
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    Original air date: 8/1/2012 Behind the scenes at rehearsal, and then onstage at Celebrate Brooklyn!, for Slow Fade to Black, a BRIC commission created by pianist Gerri Allen and photographer/video artist Carrie Mae Weems and many more. Brooklyn Ballet brings style and grace to a Brooklyn Cyclones baseball game with A History of Ballet in Nine Innings. A brand new festival, BEAT (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theater) will kick off this September in sites all over Brooklyn. We meet the festival’s founder, and spend some time with one of the participants, Theatre Group Dzieci. We profile Zach Brock, a composer and violinist who shows us why reviewers are giving him accolodes. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
  • 7/12/12
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    Man I wish I still dropped acid.” That’s how one writer started his review of this band’s debut album. Another -- maybe writing as if he were tripping – described a mix of “melancholy psychedelia, romantic soul, itchy hip-hop, and frazzled hard rock.” See for yourself. For more information about Dragons of Zynth, visit dragonsofzynth.net From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 50. Original air date: 7/2/2012.moreless
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    Episode 07.12.12
    7/12/12
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    Original air date: 7/2/2012 Dragons of Zynth may be described as a mix of "melancholy psychedelia, romantic soul, itchy hip-hop, and frazzled hard rock." See for yourself. Afrofuturism at MoCADA results from six months worth of collaboration between seven Brooklyn schools. The Imagining Tomorrow exhibition lets us see how these young people express their vision of the future for people of African descent. Ivo Perelman is a well-known tenor saxophonist and painter, born in Brazil, now based in Boerum Hill. He talks about the connection between his visual art and his improvisational jazz. We're there as members of Urban Bush Women rehearse for their appearance at the Fort Greene Juneteenth Arts Festival. How many times, as you?ve biked or jogged around Prospect Park on a Sunday, have you passed all those drummers lost in what sounds like a polyrhythmic paradise? Learn more about Drummers Grove. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
  • 7/10/12
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    For six months, The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art in Fort Greene worked with students at seven Brooklyn schools. The “Imagining Tomorrow” exhibit lets us see how these young people express their vision of the future for people of African descent. For more information about Afrofuturism at MoCADA, visit From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 50. Original air date: 7/2/2012.moreless
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    Caught In The Act Eps. 50
    Episode 07.10.12
    7/10/12
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    Original air date: 7/2/2012 Dragons of Zynth may be described as a mix of "melancholy psychedelia, romantic soul, itchy hip-hop, and frazzled hard rock." See for yourself. Afrofuturism at MoCADA results from six months worth of collaboration between seven Brooklyn schools. The Imagining Tomorrow exhibition lets us see how these young people express their vision of the future for people of African descent. Ivo Perelman is a well-known tenor saxophonist and painter, born in Brazil, now based in Boerum Hill. He talks about the connection between his visual art and his improvisational jazz. We're there as members of Urban Bush Women rehearse for their appearance at the Fort Greene Juneteenth Arts Festival. How many times, as you?ve biked or jogged around Prospect Park on a Sunday, have you passed all those drummers lost in what sounds like a polyrhythmic paradise? Learn more about Drummers Grove. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
  • Dragons of Zynth: Caught In The Act
    7/10/12
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    Man I wish I still dropped acid.” That’s how one writer started his review of this band’s debut album. Another -- maybe writing as if he were tripping – described a mix of “melancholy psychedelia, romantic soul, itchy hip-hop, and frazzled hard rock.” See for yourself. For more information about Dragons of Zynth, visit dragonsofzynth.net From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 50. Original air date: 7/2/2012.moreless
  • 7/10/12
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    This well-known and busy tenor saxophonist, born in Brazil, is now based in Boerum Hill. A number of years ago, he also began painting seriously, and has exhibited in Europe, the Middle East, and China. Here he talks about the connection between his visual art and his improvisational jazz. From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 50. Original air date: 7/2/2012.moreless
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    Caught In The Act Eps. 50
    Episode 07.09.12
    7/9/12
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    Original air date: 7/2/2012 Dragons of Zynth may be described as a mix of “melancholy psychedelia, romantic soul, itchy hip-hop, and frazzled hard rock.” See for yourself. Afrofuturism at MoCADA results from six months worth of collaboration between seven Brooklyn schools. The Imagining Tomorrow exhibition lets us see how these young people express their vision of the future for people of African descent. Ivo Perelman is a well-known tenor saxophonist and painter, born in Brazil, now based in Boerum Hill. He talks about the connection between his visual art and his improvisational jazz. We’re there as members of Urban Bush Women rehearse for their appearance at the Fort Greene Juneteenth Arts Festival. How many times, as you’ve biked or jogged around Prospect Park on a Sunday, have you passed all those drummers lost in what sounds like a polyrhythmic paradise? Learn more about Drummers Grove. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
  • We profile a dynamic multimedia artist and the interdisciplinary arts space where she does her work. Maria Gracia Donoso, born in Chile, trained in Paris, and now based in Gowanus, makes very personal art by manipulating video, photography, and audio – so personal that it has included footage of her relatives on the operating table. Invisible Dog Art Center offers visual art exhibits; performing arts; film screenings; literary arts and poetry readings; lectures; community events; and room for artists like Donoso to create. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 49. Original air date: 5/23/2012.moreless
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    Unlike the spider, Daddy Long Legs the musician (Brian Hurd: blues harp, steel guitar, kazoo, and vocals), has only two legs, but throw in guitarist Murat Akturk and percussionist Josh Styles, and the band – also called Daddy Long Legs – is back up to six. They say their aim is to destroy rock ‘n roll and rhythm & blues as they stand and rebuild them. You can see if they carry out that threat as they jam in Bushwick and perform at two Brooklyn venues. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 49. Original air date: 5/23/2012.moreless
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    Episode 05.29.12
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    Original air date: 5/23/2012 A private poetry reading on a Bed-Stuy roof from resident and NYC Youth Poet Laureate Ish Ishlam. A profile on dynamic multimedia artist Maria Gracia Donoso and the interdisciplinary arts space Invisible Dog Art Center, where she does her work. Watch as Daddy Long Legs aim is to destroy rock 'n roll and rhythm & blues, as they stand and rebuild them. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
  • Did you know that NYC has a Youth Poet Laureate – and he’s from Bed-Stuy? Ish Islam is a 20-year-old college student, emcee, graphic artist, and filmmaker, but he already has that city-wide title, and his first book of poetry comes out next fall. We go up on his roof to hear him read from his work, which seeks to connect the disparate elements of the borough and also urges his peers to get involved and vote. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 49. Original air date: 5/23/2012.moreless
  • Flowers that bloom on the floor…a coffin for the living…a light-covered coat that’s worn in a room made of mylar, these are the work of ON Megumi Akiyoshi, a Japanese transplant to Bushwick. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act Episode 48. Original air date: 4/25/2012.
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    Jazz-fusion-dance-funk” is how Snarky Puppy describes its mix of musical styles; we find the description fits during a recent rehearsal in Bushwick. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In the Act, episode 48. Original air date: 4/25/2012.
  • At The Irondale Center, an ensemble constructs In Pursuit of Freedom…Color Between the Line, a form of spoken-word-and-song based on historical research, telling stories like those of free people of color tricked and abducted into slavery in pre-Civil War Brooklyn. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 48. Original air date: 4/25/2012.moreless
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    Episode 04.30.12
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    Original air date: 4/25/2012 Flowers that bloom on the floor…a coffin for the living…a light-covered coat that’s worn in a room made of mylar, these are the work of ON Megumi Akiyoshi, a Japanese transplant to Bushwick. We meet young Marine Park native Thomas Varvaro in rehearsal and hear about all the work it took to make it into the very competitive Alvin Ailey II dance troupe. “Jazz-fusion-dance-funk” is how Snarky Puppy describes its mix of musical styles; we find the description fits during a recent rehearsal in Bushwick. At The Irondale Center, an ensemble constructs In Pursuit of Freedom…Color Between the Line, a form of spoken-word-and-song based on historical research, telling stories like those of free people of color tricked and abducted into slavery in pre-Civil War Brooklyn. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
  • We meet young Marine Park native Thomas Varvaro in rehearsal and hear about all the work it took to make it into the very competitive Alvin Ailey II dance troupe. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act: Art In Brooklyn. Original air date: 4/25/2012.
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    Polish Hip-Hop: At Club Europa in Greenpoint, we meet JRD, a rapper from Poland, and DJ GRAM-X, a promoter who wants to make the rap world aware of all the Eastern European hip-hop happening in NYC and around the country. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 47.
  • This artist grew up in Minsk (fmr. Soviet Union) and now lives in Williamsburg (the USA, sort of). He paints, sculpts with wire, and demonstrates the very time-consuming process of etching. His work is somewhat mythological, maybe not surprising for someone who really focused on art after a traumatic early incident in his life. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 47. Original air date: 3/28/2012.moreless
  • You can support artists in other ways besides just buying their work – try hiring one for your next move. Rabbit Movers, founded by Shawn Lyons in 2004, is staffed by artists who need extra cash, and its operations have grown to include a gallery, photography studio, and a suite of workspaces – that’s “Rabbithole”. Find out how Lyons (writer / yoga instructor / salmon fisher) went from living in a hole in San Francisco to a boat on the Gowanus, and now runs what might be the city’s best moving company. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Brooklyn Review, episode 47. Original air date: 3/28/2012.moreless
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    Episode 03.30.12
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    Original air date: 3/28/2012 Rabbit Movers, is staffed by artists who need extra cash, and its operations have grown to include a gallery, photography studio, and a suite of workspaces – that’s “Rabbithole”. Artem Mirolevitch's paintings, sculptures from wire, and time-consuming etchings are somewhat mythological, maybe not surprising for someone who focused on art after a traumatic early incident in his life. At Club Europa in Greenpoint, we meet JRD, a rapper from Poland, and DJ GRAM-X, a promoter who wants to make the rap world aware of all the Eastern European hip-hop happening in NYC and around the country. Tall, Tall Trees , a Brooklyn-based band -- self-described as combining “surf rock, indie folk, sentimental balladry, and afrobeat” – tells us how their second album was inspired by a group camping trip to Alaska. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
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    Tall, Tall Trees , a Brooklyn-based band -- self-described as combining “surf rock, indie folk, sentimental balladry, and afrobeat” – tells us how their second album was inspired by a group camping trip to Alaska. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 47. Original air date: 3/28/2012.
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    Episode 03.02.12
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    Original air date: 2/22/2012 Brighton Ballet Theater in Brighton Beach teaches “The Vaganova Method, ” one of the ballet world’s most widely-used approaches to training a classical dancer. Jason Krugman takes us to his DUMBO studio, where he creates “modular electro-spatial designs.” We drop by for a tour of Roulette Theatre in its new Brooklyn digs and catch pieces of several unusual dance and music performances. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
  • Last year, this more-than-40-year-old venue for the work of many ambitious, contemporary, and often experimental artists moved from Manhattan to Brooklyn (of course!). We drop by for a tour and catch pieces of several unusual dance and music performances. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 46. Original air date: 2/17/2012.moreless
  • The Vaganova Method”: no, it’s not a spy-thriller set in St. Petersburg, but one of the ballet world’s most widely-used approaches to training a classical dancer. In Brighton Beach, this “School of Russian Ballet” has been putting kids in tutus and tights through their paces for 25 years. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 46. Original air date: 2/24/2012.moreless
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    Light is crucial to all sorts of artwork (think of painting and the theater) but few artists make it their primary medium. In his DUMBO studio, Krugman creates “modular electro-spatial designs” – think large-scale, light-filled public environments, plus objects like a chandelier made of thousands of LED bulbs. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 46. Original air date: 2/17/2012.moreless
  • Formerly the Russian Arts Theater & Studio, this ensemble company’s founder, Aleksey Burago, was trained in the classic acting techniques taught by Constantin Stanislavski and Michael Chekhov. The tradition may be Russian, but we see an international cast at work on their roles for a new play based on an ancient Chinese legend. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 45. Original air date: 1/25/2012.moreless
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    An assortment of percussion instruments, the acoustic bass, and the hammered dulcimer – this is what Luke Notary, Moto Fukushima, and Max ZT play, respectively, in their world music band. They’ve studied and played all over, from Senegal to India to venues throughout NYC – and they also build odd little huts in a Brooklyn back yard. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 45. Original air date: 1/25/2012.moreless
  • First you write it, then, if you’re lucky – or you’re in the television writing Masters program at LIU -- you get to shoot it. A year ago, we visited the MFA students at Steiner Studios, led by screenwriter and Emmy-winner, Norman Steinberg (Blazing Saddles, The Cosby Show). Now we see how their show, Red Hook, comes to life as they film their TV pilot on location. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 45. Original air date:1/25/2012.moreless
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    Episode 01.30.12
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    Original air date: 1/25/2012 Long Island University's TV Writers Studio masters program premieres its Red Hook television series; we meet The RATS Company's international ensemble as they work on their latest production; and an assortment of percussion instruments, the acoustic bass, and the hammered dulcimer make up the sound of House of Waters. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
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    Episode 01.27.12
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    Original air date: 12/28/2011 Composer and musician Michael Bates, rent fantastic art through Uprise Art, acclaimed photographer Corky Lee, and world-class designs from Leeser Architecture. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.
  • Leeser Architecture: Thomas Leeser guides us through some of the strikingly imaginative projects his busy firm is working on, from Moscow to Bangkok to Abu Dhabi to right here in Brooklyn -- the renovation of our own BRIC Arts | Media House. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 44. Original air date: 12/28/2011.moreless
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    Episode 01.05.12
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    Corky Lee: As he captures the rhythm and beauty at the annual Japanese Obon Dance Festival, this longtime photojournalist tells tales from his many years behind the camera. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 44. Original air date: 12/28/2011.
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    Michael Bates: At Ibeam, in Gowanus, this bassist and composer rehearses with a progressive jazz group. Downbeat Magazine says of Bates's music, "Sometimes multiple melodies dance about like characters in a Dr. Suess cartoon...." From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 44. Original air date: 12/28/2011.
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    Uprise Art: Artists are always hoping someone will actually buy their art. Well, how about if someone rents it? Founder (and Bklyn choreographer) Tze Chun explains how her new collectors' club puts artists (like Kyle Simon) together with potential patrons by loaning out their art on a monthly basis. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act, episode 44. Original air date: 12/28/2011.moreless
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