Brooklyn Brainery Classes, New York

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In this class, we will take a closer look at the life of a few tasty fruits and vegetables - out in the fields, on the truck, in the store or at the market - and learn how to spot the qualities of a winner. Students will come away with agricultural, biochemical, nutritional, and culinary knowledge on fruits and vegetables that can be applied to pro

$12
W.   Oct 22nd, 8:30pm
All levels
(55)

This walk winds through some of the city’s grittiest and most historic streets, offering you up-close and personal views of& art that ranges in scale, style, and intention. A good mix of commissioned and illegal works will be showcased on this tour. You’ll find art in unexpected places and learn the stories behind the art & the structures it re

$25
Sa.   Oct 25th, 11am
All levels
(55)

This class will trace New York City's protracted struggle to contain its solid waste burden, from the 19th century to the present. We will cover key topics like public health, the Department of Sanitation, the Fresh Kills Landfill, environmental justice, and recycling. We will also discuss the future of municipal solid waste management, and innovat

$10
M.   Oct 27th, 8:30pm
All levels
(55)
Monday October 27 8:30pm - 10pm 1 Session $10
Thursday November 20 8:30pm - 10pm 1 Session $10
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Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, is amongst the most iconic figures in American History and best known for thrusting our nation onto the global stage. This President’s stern demeanor, occasionally unorthodox actions and above all, his enthusiasm, have concreted his legacy in our history, but who is the real Theodore Ro

$8
T.   Oct 28th, 6:30pm
All levels
(55)

In this intermediate ASL course, students will learn how to convey rhythm and emotions for a variety of musical genres. We will practice showing when the bass drops, soaring pop rock ballads, and a little bit of hip hop to name just a few.Students will use their knowledge of ASL classifiers to show what sound looks like when it goes from paper to

$68
T.   Oct 28th - Nov 18th, 8:30pm
All levels
(55)

This class will look at a bunch of these types of buildings. Buildings that you might pass without noticing, but which have their own rich history and significance in the New York City architectural vernacular. So you live in New York. Or maybe you're just passing through. Guide books direct your attention to The Empire State Building, The Chrysle

$10
Th.   Oct 30th, 8:30pm
All levels
(55)

Everyone loves movies. This fun workshop is for you and ALL other movie fans.Take a look under the cinematic hood and see how the movie engine runs. We will be discussing how the following four crafts are woven together to create the power of movies.Screenwriting - Blueprint for a MovieActing - Breathing life into CharactersCamera - Directing Visua

$26
Sa.   Nov 1st, 1pm
All levels
(55)

In 2013, Americans gave away approximately $335 billion, according to Giving USA. The majority of those dollars came from individuals - $240 billion of it, nearly 72%. So, what’s the art or science to charitable giving? This class will teach you how to craft a fundraising strategy in order to launch your million dollar non-profit idea.Because the

$11
Sa.   Nov 1st, 3pm
All levels
(55)

Traditional Iranian cuisine combines layers of flavors and a flourish of textures with a heavenly result that delights the senses and taste buds. Fluffy rice steaming fragrant with saffron; succulent stews infused with herbs and fruits, tangy and savory at once; enchanting staple ingredients like saffron, berberries, dried limes, pomegranates and c

$12
Su.   Nov 2nd, 11:30am
All levels
(55)

In the museum, at the dinner table, or thumbing through the Culture section of the newspaper, an artwork catches your eye and won't let go. While a deep knowledge of Art History is a fabulous underpinning for talking about art, it is totally unnecessary for having a deep and meaningful discussion about an artwork.In this workshop, we will look at h

$12
W.   Nov 5th, 6:30pm
All levels
(55)

Just in time for the spooky aftermath of Halloween, let's explore America's favorite fears: vampires, werewolves, and more! Leave Bram Stoker in the dust with a new favorite blood-sucker like Varney the Vampire, and learn whether silver bullets are your only hope against the wolfman. We'll be exploring ancient history, traditional folklore, as well

$10
W.   Nov 5th, 8:30pm
All levels
(55)

Come learn about what's being made in NYC today and what you can do to support local manufacturing. We'll cover industrial policy, business incubators, R&D, hybrid manufacturing, and the craft food movement, among other highlights. For decades, American and urban manufacturing charted a steep decline, a byproduct of globalization and outsourcing. T

$10
Th.   Nov 6th, 8:30pm
All levels
(55)

This class will explore the unique and oft forgotten history of New York City and the American Revolution. Starting with the Stamp Act riots in lower Manhattan to the Battle of Brooklyn, Kips Bay and Harlem Heights, to Washington’s Inauguration, NYC and The Revolution will focus on the people, places, landmarks, and hidden history of the City.Thi

$10
M.   Nov 10th, 8:30pm
All levels
(55)

This class is an introduction to putting together a non-fiction book proposal. So, you’ve found a killer true story and you want to write a book about it. How do you start?We’ll go over how to decide if your story is a book or a shorter piece, how to figure out if it’s already been done, what to look for in an agent, the mechanics of a book p

$15
T.   Nov 11th, 6:30pm
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(55)

In this class, they will take you through the necessary steps to mine your life for good stories and amaze an audience with your performance. Have you ever been stranded on a remote island for years at a time? Gotten into a fistfight with a cop? Peed in your pants in front of the high school rowing team? Do you have a funny or heartbreaking story t

$37
W.   Nov 12th, 1pm
All levels
(55)

This class will walk you through the history of familiar Southern sound as you listen to some songs that best explain and explore different facets of the genre. From road side honky tonks down through Nashville and out to Bakersfield- country music is everywhere. But how much do you know about the most widely programmed music in the nation? From th

$9
W.   Nov 12th, 6:30pm
All levels
(55)

Whether you’re a raw-bar buff or a newbie looking to up your oyster game, this class with Blue Ribbon Restaurants will give you the know how to navigate any oyster list— and choose wines to match.Starting with a shucking demo and a lesson on oyster types and serving preparations, each student will sample the below seafood accompanied by traditi

$30
Sa.   Nov 15th, 2pm
All levels
(55)

Investing in a DLSR camera is just the first step in making good photographs. Now that you have the equipment, get introduced to the basics of photography and how DLSRs work. In this class, we'll cover the basics exposure controls and capture modes across all kinds of DSLRs, along with their ramifications, which will provide a basis for taking bett

$42
Su.   Nov 16th, 1pm
Beginner
(55)
Sunday November 16 1pm - 4pm 1 Session $42
Thursday December 4 6:30pm - 9:30pm 1 Session $42
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Did you know right across the Hudson in New Jersey is a land of adventure? Of a giant waterfall in a national park, an abandoned baseball stadium, a world-class museum (with a renown permanent Tibetan exhibit), the third largest basilica in the US, a river-side park with 2,000 cherry blossom trees (more than DC), an operating 85 year old movie pala

$10
W.   Nov 19th, 8:30pm
All levels
(55)

This intro class will begin to enhance your skills in public speaking, focused listening, responding, flexibility and specificity – leading to greater confidence and lower inhibitions when speaking or presenting. Improvisation is not just something for actors and comedians. MBA Students are being asked to take improv classes. Why? The answer is t

$26
Th.   Nov 20th, 6pm
All levels
(55)