12th Annual Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival – July 13th – 16th

Brooklyn Bodega, producers of The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival are proud to announce details for their 2016 programming. Entering its 12th year, TheBrooklyn Hip-Hop Festival is one of the longest running and largest Hip-Hop cultural events in New York City. Hosting Artists such as  Jay-Z, Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Afrika Bambaataa, Q-Tip, De La Soul, Ghostface Killah, Lupe Fiasco, KRS ONE, Busta Rhymes and more the annual event prides itself on bringing together the best of Hip-Hop’s past present and future.
More than just music, The Festival celebrates all aspects of Hip-Hop culture including art, film, dance, business, fashion, community activism, technology and more.  All that and more will be on display July 13th -16th this year all around the beautiful borough of Brooklyn.


[#FREE Workshops] Vision Driven Artists Series April 11th @ The Rotunda 6-8 ( For Self-Producing Artists, Musicians, Arts Admins, and Event Curators)

Vision Driven Artists Series for Self-Producing Artists, Musicians, Arts Admins, and Event Curators

The Rotunda & Vision Driven Consulting have teamed up to bring resources and capacity-building workshops to self-producing artists/musicians and event curators/arts admins in all disciplines. 

Sign up at http://www.visiondrivenconsulting.com/artists.html . If you don’t sign up at the link above, we can’t necessarily contact you with event changes or resources that are relevant to the workshops! Signing up on Facebook is great because it helps to raise awareness, but it does not count as a workshop RSVP. Walk-ins are welcome but signing up ahead of time is recommended.

Workshops will be held: 
2nd Monday of each month beginning in November 2015 and running through October 2016,
6:00 – 8:00pm at The Rotunda (4014 Walnut St, Philadelphia)

All workshops in the series are FREE and OPEN to the public, but space is limited so we recommend signing up in advance to secure your spot.

Light refreshments courtesy of Mariposa Food Co-op !


Remaining Workshop Schedule

April 11: Real Budgeting for Real Work
May 9: Crowdfunding 101
June 13: Getting New Projects Off the Ground
July 11: Getting People to Show Up
August 8: Balancing Your Practice
September 12: Developing Campus/Community Collaborations
October 10: Goal Identification & Measurement