We catch up with BKB Brooklyn members + partners, Becca Mui and Syd Shannon in our latest Community Spotlight feature how they met, their climbing philosophy, their current projects and activism in the LGBTQ world.
BKB Somerville member Kate Sedrowski writes about the nomadic life, and what caused her to find a reason to stay put.
Get to know BKB member Asli Uludag, a Turkish Chicago-based artist and climber. She recently worked with our resident artist Caleb Freese on a new mural and we catch up with her on climbing and what she’s working on.
Check out the seventh and eighth cartoons in Connie Sun’s series for our Artist Residency program – “Climber Crushes” and “Practical Climber Valentine’s”.
In times of hardship I climb mountains. Not to run from problems, but to look down and face them all at once. – Journal No.4
Our teams have been busy and hard at work building and infusing our passions into Brooklyn Boulders. We’re excited to take the time to create a dialogue with our community and our members about our vision for the future, as well as thoroughly address all of the recent and upcoming changes.
Check out the two latest cartoons from our Artist in Residence, Connie Sun, and her Animal Climbing Beta series.
You may have seen our latest 3D art installation “StratusQuo” at Brooklyn Boulders Queensbridge. Meet the team of artists behind the project, Anner More and Franklin Rojas.
You’ve likely seen these kid crushers around Brooklyn – fearlessly climbing hard and trying even harder.
Meet a few of our competitive youth team members, the BKBeasts. They’re soon headed to Divisionals – check out our mini-profiles on their climbing hopes and dreams in ten years and what helped them get to Divisionals.
Our newest addition to our BKB Artist Residency Program is James Sisti, who will be embarking on a seven month journey to climb Mt. Rainer and the Presidential Traverse. He’ll be documenting his journey through journals, art and finishing with a final documentary.