Reporting from the battlefield, uninsured
BDC Founder Michael Kamber is quoted extensively in a recent Columbia Journalism Review piece by Alysia Santo on freelance journalists covering the frontline with limited or no institutional support. Read the article here
Join us TONIGHT for Warm Up Jam!
Music lovers unite! Tonight from 5:30-7:00pm at the Bronx Documentary Center fellow musicians will be rehearsing for the June 21st Make Music South Bronx event which will run from 6-7:30PM at the garden on 151 St between Courtlandt and Melrose Ave. Light refreshments such as lemonade,fruit,cookies and snack food will be available (donations are welcome). Any questions please contact Marty...
Lens: Peaks and Valleys on a Small Island →
Though not as well-known as her Farm Security Administration colleagues, Louise Rosskam produced images from Puerto Rico that found the inner strength and dignity of her subjects.
Lens: A Historic Photo Archive Re-Emerges at the... →
Roy Stryker, founder of the Farm Security Administration’s photography project, wanted his documentary archive preserved in several places. Now, the New York Public Library is putting a collection of these images online.
Saturday: Nina Berman's Bronx Gardens Opening...
Join us tomorrow at 4PM for the opening reception of Bronx Gardens, an exhibition of photographs by Nina Berman. About the exhibition: The photographs in the Gardens series redefine the possibility of urban life, taking the South Bronx, with its infamous history and imagining it as a place of natural sustenance, promise and tranquility. Over the years motivated residents who saw possibility...