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If you have a hard time telling the difference between the Brick Theater and BRICStudio, we’ve got the book for you. On April 28, the Brooklyn Arts Council released its “Directory of Brooklyn Arts Organizati­ons,” a tell-all guide to 539 cultural institutions borough-wide, with a party at the Dweck Center at the Brooklyn Public Library’s Central branch.

“We know that Brooklyn is the capital of culture in New York City and felt it was very important to have a comprehensive place where people could find out all about that,” said BAC President Ella Weiss (pictured). “We think it’s an invaluable resource to promote the arts and organizations that are the heartbeat of Brooklyn. These are the groups of people that make Brooklyn the place to be.”

“Directory of Brooklyn Arts Organizations” ($14.95, Brooklyn Arts Council) is available at Barnes and Noble (267 Seventh Ave. at Sixth Street in Park Slope). For information, call (718) 625-0080 or visit www.brooklynartscouncil.org.

Updated 5:06 pm, July 9, 2018
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