College Community Services Inc

aka Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts   |   Brooklyn, NY   |  www.BrooklynCenter.org
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Mission

Founded in 1954, the mission of Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts is to present outstanding performing arts and arts education programs, reflective of Brooklyn's diverse communities, at affordable prices. Each year, Brooklyn Center presents an array of outstanding programs, including dance, theater, music, opera, and family events that reflect the Borough’s many distinct communities. These innovative presentations explore both the classical traditions and the boldest contemporary performance, embracing the “world culture” that defines greater Brooklyn. The Center welcomes over 70,000 people, including 46,000 schoolchildren from over 300 schools, to the 2,400-seat Walt Whitman Theatre at Brooklyn College.

Ruling year info

1953

Director

Mr. Jon Yanofsky

Main address

PO Box 100163

Brooklyn, NY 11210 USA

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EIN

11-6025023

NTEE code info

Performing Arts Centers (A61)

Arts, Cultural Organizations - Multipurpose (A20)

Arts Education/Schools (A25)

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Main Stage

The 2010-2011 season will include over 24 Main Stage performances designed to represent the cultural and ethnic diversity of Brooklyn, at ticket prices ranging from $6 to $45. Performances are divided into six series: World Stages: Music, World Stages: Dance, Theater, Arts in the Afternoon, Special Events, and the Target FamilyFun series. Every year, BCBC also presents community concerts and events free of charge that inspire audiences and honor the heritage of Brooklyn.

Population(s) Served

SchoolTime was created 33 years ago in response to drastic reductions in public school arts programs, particularly in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods. The children of these areas have no means to experience the arts in their schools, households, or communities. SchoolTime fulfills a vital need in Brooklyn by providing young people with subsidized tickets to cultural and arts education programs directly in their community. SchoolTime serves over 46,000 students in grades pre-K-12 annually from over 300 schools. Tickets are highly subsidized at a rate of $6.00 each, with a complimentary chaperone ticket provided for every fifteen student tickets purchased. As the only exposure to fine art and/or other cultures that many of these children receive, the program provides inspiration and motivation to a segment of the population most in need of such influences. Now more than ever, these events are a vital part of the educational experience, as arts and education funding are in danger of drastic reductions.

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College Community Services Inc

Board of directors
as of 06/05/2016
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Dr Karen Gould

Brooklyn College

Term: 2009 -

Cliff Luster

Co-Publisher, Courier-Life Publications

Antonia Yuille Williams

Director, Public Affairs, Con Edison

Yvonne Riley-Tepie

TD Bank

Ella Friedman Weiss

President, Brooklyn Arts Council

Alvin Kass

East Midwood Jewish Center

Gail Hammerman

Community Activist

Karen Gould

Brooklyn College

Renee McClure

National Grid

Susan Marinoff

Teacher, Community Activist

Marshall Kaplan

Attorney at Law

Mannie Corman

Philanthropist

Alice Fisher Rubin

Judge, NYC Civil Court (retired)

Joshua Schneps

Co-Publisher, Schneps Communications

Matthew Ormsbee

Attorney at Law

Ty Stone-Adams

Community Liaison, Office Manager and Executive Assistant for the Senior Vice President of External Affairs, Macy's Inc.

Maria Ann Conelli

Dean of Visual, Media and Performing Arts, Brooklyn College