JOIN US FOR AN EVENING OF SKILLSHARES
Friday, March 21, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Free
Hosted by University Settlement at the
Ingersoll Community Center 177 Myrtle Avenue
“Understanding Melody, Rhythm, 3/4 Beat, And The Impact of Music.” Taught by Guitarist and Reggae Artist Aljam Smith
“Hair & Make-Up for the Camera, Plus How to Bruise Without a Punch” Taught by Hair, & Make-Up Artist Jeanene Barrett
“Fusing Your Culture Into Your Design” Taught by Designer and Boutique Owner Brenda Brinson-Bey
“Staying Afloat In The Digital Online Age” Taught by Buzzfeed Writer Gabe Whaley
“Film Two Ways: Comparing an Original Film & Its Remake” Taught by David Weinholtz, Artist and Michael Paul, Filmmaker
“Telling a Story in Pictures: Intro to Scriptwriting” Taught by Filmmaker & BYFC Director Trayce Gardner
Seating will be limited March 21st . We expect a capactiy audience March 21st.
To RSVP and insure you are part of our SkillShare launch, join our Fort Greene/Clinton Hill/Bed-Stuy Meet-Up! It’s free and you will be kept up-to-date on upcoming SkillShares.
RECRUITING FOR FUTURE SKILLSHARES
We’re recruiting locals who live or work in Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, or Bed-Stuy to lead upcoming SkillShares. If you are a local professional, a student, or a hobbyist, passionate about a topic — from film, arts, crafts, financial planning to health, sports and travel to foreign countries — and have enough knowledge to keep a small audience engaged for an hour, sign-up now to be part of our SkillShare!
Fill out our Skillshare Questionnaire.
On Jan 28th Gabe, a Fort Greene neighbor, spent an evening with BYFC. His Buzzfeed post: The Night That Made Me Fall In Love With Fort Greene
On Sunday, Feb 16, Jenny and Denny, the twin sister co-owners, closed their storefront Huey’s Chueys at 378 Myrtle.
The Brooklyn Young Filmmakers Center office Gabe had visited was inside the Huey’s Chueys storefront and also has closed.
We moved in with Huey’s in November and together aspired to evolve the space into a cultural center/cafe.