Art business education for homeless LGBT youth and professional development for artists.

marketable art + communications + logistics + finance. 

Next up: The SuperHero Project semester 3
comic book publishing, writing, drawing. 
The SuperHero Project is made possible in part with public funds from the Bronx Council on the Arts through the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs through the Greater New York Arts Development Fund (DCAGNYADF), the New York City Council and Bill de Blasio.
Founded in 1970 by Marshall McLuhan, Andy Warhol, Jackie Curtis and Ben Stock: Brainpower works one-on-one with artists, and we provide classes in art business and business art to our students in small groups.

10 Responses to Art business education for homeless LGBT youth and professional development for artists.

  1. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your commitment. I appreciate your dedication. You do such a great job! Keep it up.

  2. Muriel B. Hayes says:

    We’re a group of volunteers and starting a new scheme for homeless youth in our community. Your site provided us with valuable ideas and info to work on. You have done a formidable job and our whole community is thankful to you.

  3. joiningthefun2 says:

    Please keep in touch about this project, Ben Stock.

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  4. JS says:

    Hello Ben Stock!

    Keep me posted.

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    Jonas

  5. We Talk about this issue in our Documentary!!!! and we talk about Cindy Laupers True Colors Foundation!!!!!!

    We are Gay Twins Larry and Gary Lane http://www.lanetwins.com We have done a Documentary HOLLYWOOD TO DOLLYWOOD and Dolly gave us 15 of her Songs Free for the doc. We will be Premiering in NYC on NOV 17th at 7PM at the QUAD CINEMA!!!

    We just appeared on the Rosie Odonnell Show a few days ago and she Promoted the Movie and we talked about growing up gay in the south with parents that still dont accept us!

    Our Documentary Hollywood to Dollywood is now in 51 festivals around the world! We just won our 10th Award just this morning! We would love to see you at the Premiere!

    Also Chad Allen is in our Documentary and he will be in NYC THURS at our Premiere!

    Here is the tickets link, we would love a good crowd!! This Thur. Nov, 17th at 7pm!! we will host Q and A after! Quad Cinema on 13th street!! NYC Premiere!! https://www.movietickets.com/purchase/perf_id/660039206/afid/nyc

    THANKS GARY AND LARRY LANE 310-350-8033

    If you can Help us Promote it would be incredible!!!!

  6. Profile photo of admin admin says:

    Thanks Jonas. We had a great class Friday. Ivan Velez Jr of PlanetBronx taught drawing and character conceptualization. Bronx Borough President Diaz sent pizza for the students. I had a slice too!

  7. Profile photo of admin admin says:

    Thank you for getting out the word about homeless LGBT youth in your documentary. The NY premiere, tonight! 51 festivals, that’s a large audience. Thanks Larry and Gary, proud of you. xoxo Ben

  8. Bronx CAN Change Attitudes Now is an initiative spearheaded by the offices of Borough President, Ruben Diaz Jr.

  9. Cris says:

    Here is the tickets link, we would love a good crowd!! This Thur. Nov, 17th at 7pm!! we will host Q and A after! Quad Cinema on 13th street!! NYC Premiere!! https://www.movietickets.com/purchase/perf_id/660039206/afid/nyc
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  10. There is no greater tragedy than a wasted life especially when the cause is that a young person never got a chance.

    I wish there was a center like this nearer to me. I would adopt a homeless LGBT youth.

    Our future is in your hands and they appear to be very strong hands, indeed.

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