Bronx Artist Documentary Project
The Bronx Artist Documentary Project is a borough-wide collaborative endeavor involving 30 Bronx photographers documenting 80 Bronx visual artists at work in their studios or other Bronx venues. The BXADP contains 272 full-color pages with an introduction by artist and eight-time BCA BRIO winner Daniel Hauben, a forward by photographer Mike Kamber and a special dedication to the Bronx Council on the Arts. The book is available for purchase online.

2018 Seeing it Through

Professional Development Workshop Series

Seeing It Through is a professional development workshop series offering assistance to creative people, organizations, and those seeking cultural grants.


A collaboration with El Museo del Barrio, Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture,

and the Bronx Council on the Arts.

REVIVAL: Contemporary Pattern and Decoration explores a renewed interest in pattern and decoration by contemporary artists in various media that builds upon a movement that developed in the 1970s, when artists began to explore the possibilities of pattern and focused on the repetition of color, line, and shape.


Writers: Be sure not to miss these exciting workshops and public discussions with local writers!


The Bronx Council on the Arts will host a series of book discussions, performances and special presentations throughout the Bronx for this year’s NEA Big Read selection "Ways of Going Home" by Alejandro Zambra, featuring performers, dancers, authors and poets. All events are open to the public. Books will be provided. 


We’ll be hosting a series of free, family-friendly craft workshops at the Huntington Free Library, NYPL, and Owen Dolen Center. We’ll have various artists ranging from photographers to paper sculptors, painters and other visual creatives. These artists will guide attendees through the hands-on process of creating arts, crafts and gifts.

Questions? Contact Alex at 718-931-9500 x19 or


Are you interested in making a difference in arts funding in the Bronx?  Do you want 2018 to be about support for Bronx Artists and Communities? The Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA) seeks artists, arts professionals, and nonprofit and community based organization leaders to serve as panelists for our 2017 grant cycle.

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Bronx Council on the Arts is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; Arts Midwest and the National Endowment for the Arts; State Assemblymen Jeffrey Dinowitz and Michael Benedetto.


Affordable Housing Workshop

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 | 6-8PM

Want to learn more about how to apply for affordable housing? The Actors Fund informational workshop helps participants understand the process and get organized so they can be prepared to take advantage of opportunities to apply for affordable housing. The application process is explained in simple steps and helps applicants avoid common mistakes. Information regarding income eligibility, tenant selection criteria and documentation is discussed to address the specific needs of the arts community.


Crain's Arts & Culture Breakfast: Beyond the Usual Suspects - Finding Funds from Nontraditional Sources

Thursday, March 15, 2018 | 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

BCA Cares

Bronx Council on the Arts wants to offer our community and friends an updated list of organizations and coalitions working towards the recovery of Mexico and the Caribbean. Please see the resources below for more information.

Drop off Locations: 
• EMS Station 26: 1264 Boston Road, Bronx NY 10456 (Morrisania) 
• EMS Station 55: 3134 Park Avenue, Bronx, NY 10451 (Melrose) 
• Engine 64/ Ladder 47: 1214 Castle Hill Avenue, Bronx, NY 10462 (Castle Hill) 
• Engine 83/ Ladder 29: 618 E. 138th Street, Bronx, NY 10454 (Mott Haven/South Bronx)

Additional Links & Resources:

Hispanic Federation

Acacai Federation


Defend Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Fund

Hurricane Maria Recovery Fund

Sustainable Food Projects in Puerto Rico

Los Ambulantes


Construction Continues!

We look forward to continue serving the Bronx in our future headquarters in 2018.

BCA’s future headquarters, located at 2700 East Tremont Avenue, serves as the springboard for cultural revival in Westchester Square. With the move, BCA will establish a new center of activity for Bronx residents, artists, and cultural and community organizations.
Congratulations to our 2017 BRIO Grantees
Bronx Stories |  Bronx Memories  |  Bronx Writers

The Bronx Memoir Project – Volume 1 is an unprecedented collection of over 50 Bronx memoir fragments, as penned by our very own residents, spanning various generations, continents, languages, cultures and themes.

Paperback books can be purchased at and as e-books for download for Kindle and Nook! Come meet the contributors! More...


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