(Brooklyn, NY) Art is a cause for celebration and creates a space for gathering. With this in mind, FOKUS created The Flock in collaboration with Soul of Brooklyn, to share unique craftsmanship and provide an opportunity for strangers, artists and art forms to gather in one eclectic place. On Sunday, June 3rd from 1-6pm, artists and their communities will gather at The Flock to showcase and engage with the arts under the summer sun at the Putnam Triangle Plaza (on Fulton and Putnam) in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, NY.

We are excited to provide for your artistic experience workshops for you:

  • Aimee Cox (Sacred Brooklyn Yoga and Movement Studio) will have an improve dance for the youth.
  • Make your own Kaiju with Spazecraftone
  • Custom design your own Cityscape Batik shirts with Alice Mizrachi
  • Learn how to make paper with Anny Mefford
  • Paint a terra cotta pot (and take it home to your garden) with Anna the Bumblebee

DJ Lynnee Denise will be providing the musical soundtrack throughout the day, Sophia Urista will be performing and Daniela Hernandez-Pedraza will be live filming during The Flock.

The Flock 2012
Putnam Triangle Plaza
(at the intersection of Putnam Ave and Fulton St)
Brooklyn, NY

June 3rd, 2012

Participating Artists

  • DJ Lynnee Denise
  • Sophia Urista
  • T. Cleo. Austin
  • Charlotte Corini
  • Johnnie Hwowane
  • Chanel Kennebrew – Junkprints
  • Zoe Kessler
  • Jessie Levandov – Debris
  • Suzanne Goldberg – Bon Bon Trust
  • Marthalicia Matarrita
  • Kali-Ma Nazarene
  • Breukellen Riesgo


  • “My Own Kaiju” – SpazeCraftOne
  • “Cityscape Batik” – Alice Mizrachi
  • “Funky Good Time: Improv Dance w/ the Littles” – Aimee Cox/Sacred Brooklyn Yoga & Movement
  • “Introduction to Papermaking” – Anny Mefford
  • “TerraCotta Pot Painting” – Anna the Bumble Bee

Soul of Brooklyn, Brooklyn Arts Council, Fulton Area Business Alliance (FAB), Sacred 

C to Franklin Ave
S to Franklin Ave
C to Clinton-Washington
G to Clinton-Washington

B25 to Fulton St- Grand St
B26 to Fulton St- Putnam Ave

The Flock is made possible, in part, by the Soul of Brooklyn Regrant program, which is supported by funding from a Rockefeller Foundation New York City Cultural Innovation Fund award and administered by the Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC) in collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA).