Brooklyn Brainery Summer Classes

It’s been a while since we’ve posted a spotlight on the classes at Brooklyn Brainery, which now has two spaces in Brooklyn (one in Park Slope and another in Prospect Heights). We’ve not only taken classes with the Brainery but RC’s owner and principal broker, Victoria Hagman Alexander, has taught a couple! The last one was on How to Find the Perfect Rental.

Here is just a taste of classes coming up and new sessions being offered over the summer that we read about in their latest newsletter. If you’d like to receive emails about their classes check out their website and sign up!

Coming Soon!

Friday Project Management 101 – explore everything from project planning, project management methodologies (Agile and Waterfall), to the “soft skills” needed to successfully facilitate a project 
Friday Friday Night Crit Circle – get fresh, constructive criticism from other artists and designers in a focused, mutually beneficial format 
June 22 Embroidery: Transfer Patterns – learn how to read and transfer an embroidery pattern from paper onto fabric 
June 23 Walk the Gowanus with a Local Author – get outdoors and explore one of the most important post-industrial waterways in the country 
June 23 Classic Charcoal Drawing for Beginners – tips from the Old Masters will have you drawing like a pro 

New Sessions!

July 1 Mesopotamia: The Land Between Two Rivers – travel through almost 3,000 years of ancient history and navigate a strange and sometimes brutal landscape of conquest and conflict, trade and innovation 
July 2 Meal Planning Basics – tips for building a pantry, prepping in advance, and making the best use of your time in the kitchen 
July 06 + July 19 Cyanotype for Beginners – create beautiful blue-hued photograms with very little muss and fuss 
July 6 Tarot Card Basics – unpack the mysteries and intuitive insights available through Tarot 
July 6 Intro to Embroidery: Making a Sampler – learn eight essential stitches 
July 8 From Eggs to Apples: The Cuisine of the Ancient Romans – the ins and outs of Ancient Roman cuisine–principal ingredients and dishes, methods of preparation and serving, and how the food adapted and evolved over time 

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