Music makers. Picture painters. Photo takers.
Story writers. Dance makers.
Discover the creative community that is all around you.
To our creative neighbors:
Do you have a turnkey project – one that’s ready to go?
- We can help find a venue – online or in the neighborhood
- We have a large mailing list for outreach
- We can help with non-financial support
- We can lend to your project the credibility of long-time, well-established community relationships.
We invite you to contact us to discuss your potential project at [email protected]
Photos: Nancy Treuber
To our art-loving neighbors:
We hope you will consider becoming a member of PLG Arts to support the community and inspiration of fellow artists.
Help us extend the reach of the creative community to an interested audience of neighbors and friends of the arts.
If you don’t know much about us, PLG Arts is a volunteer, non-profit community organization. We are funded by membership fees, donations at events, and modest government grants. We have no space of our own but have collaborated with local partners to present the Spring Music Festival in multiple neighborhood venues such as coffee shops, restaurants, and public plazas.
PLG Arts has sponsored author readings and children’s music at Greenlight Bookstore on Flatbush and the Crown Heights Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. We have facilitated art exhibits as well as dance and theater productions. Admission to our events is always free or donation based.
During the COVID pandemic, we hosted Zoom events such as explorations of painting in the collection of the Brooklyn Museum, led by a museum docent. Our newest program is the Notes & Tones series pairing local writers and musicians.
PLG Arts Board Members
Grahame Conibear – Sterling Street
Dean Foster – Rutland Road
Hollis Headrick – Rutland Street
Allyson Hightower – Maple Street
Rina Kleege – Maple Street
Karl McIntosh – Fenimore Street
Bob Marvin – Midwood Street
Bob Treuber – Maple Street