Interview with BDC Community Engagement Coordinator Maria De La Paz Galindo.
Interview with Bronx Junior Photo League College Counselor Kalada Halliday.
Interview with Teaching Artist Wendy Correa.
Apply for this part-time position today!
Introducing Kalada Halliday.
Introducing Paola Martínez Fiterre.
Introducing Ricardo J. Partida.
Have questions about our free documentary photography and college success program? You've come to the right place!
The BDC Films Fellowship Program invites traditionally underrepresented documentary filmmakers to participate in a free year-long documentary filmmaking fellowship at the BDC.
Thank you for the honor of the BJPL being named 2021's Photo Program of the Year!
A letter from our BDC Founder and Executive Director, Michael Kamber
Introducing Sonja John.
Introducing Zachary Kerschberg
The part-time Lead Teaching Artist will lead a 9th-12th grade Bronx Junior Photo League class.
The BDC is seeking a part-time counselor to provide college counseling to BJPL high school students.
Behind-the-scenes of our Easter Portraits at the BDC.
Introducing David Dean
Community Engagement Coordinator, Maria De La Paz Galindo, on NY1
The BDC is helping eligible Bronx residents secure vaccine appointments all month.
Introducing Tianqi (Angela) Liao
Updated resource guide with helpful information during the pandemic.
The BDC is offering free WiFi.
Our photography students were awarded 2020 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
When six people share a one-bedroom apartment in New York City, lockdown is especially hard. But some big news has given one teenager hope.
Continuing our educational programs and sharing information with our community.
Introducing Mel Patten.
We’re doing what we can to make sure our community is safe during the pandemic.
BDC Founder and Executive Director Mike Kamber's take on the latest Coronavirus news.
In the South Bronx, BDC Executive Director Michael Kamber finds a shocking scarcity of information on COVID-19.
The BDC has created a Bronx Community Resource Guide and downloadable flyers in response to the Coronavirus.
We regretfully announce the suspension of our educational and public programming in the coming weeks.
How birding and photography can unite a community.
Rhynna's achievements and dedication as a teaching artist for the BSPL was recognized.
NYSCA’s support will support an expansion of the BDC’s annual Latin American Foto Festival.
Celebrating the start of a new BJPL semester and college applications!
A brand new crop of BDC volunteers in the making!
October - December at the BDC.
Have you always wanted to own some BDC gear?
Check out our student's unique photobooks!
BDC's 5th Annual Photo Auction Benefit
Meet our 2019/2020 class.
RIP to a Bronx legend.
BDC in the Hamptons.
July-September at the BDC.
This year, the documentaries we've curated focus on the Bronx.
The BDC is currently seeking 2 qualified interns with a passion for documentary photography and film and desire for social change.
New BDC staff announcement.
BronxNet Community Television spoke with BSPL Coordinator Rhynna M. Santos and BSPL students at their recent opening reception.
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The BDC is currently seeking qualified part-time Teaching Assistants to support the Teaching Artists for our BJPL summer photography class.
Open to all students 14+!
12 Bronx Junior Photo League students received recognition from the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards!
We’re working with the Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice to expand Claremont Illuminated.
Students were honored at the Bronx Green-Up 30th anniversary.
Univision spoke with BJPL student Chloe and BDC Executive Director Michael Kamber.
Participants in the Bronx Documentary Center's photojournalism programs are featured on CBS News.
Now available for online purchase!
Our annual Women's Film Series returns! This year, the documentaries we've curated focus on trailblazing women.
The BDC, Bronx Junior Photo Leauge and Bronx Photo League are all taking part in this year's Photoville!
Don't miss a chance to buy limited edition posters and tote bags from our Latin American Foto Festival!
"For its Latin American Foto Festival, the Bronx Documentary Center is again sharing photography with the community it calls home."
Help the Bronx Documentary Center continue to be a vibrant, community-oriented gallery and educational space for documentary film and photography!
The BDC is proud to present the talented filmmakers who will be participating in a free year-long documentary filmmaking fellowship at the BDC.
The Bronx Photo League's traveling exhibition the Jerome Avenue Workers Project currently on view at the Urban Justice Center is featured in The Guardian.
Bronx Photo League members were featured in a News 12 The Bronx piece about the Claremont Documentary Project.
Documentary photographer Joseph Rodriguez shared the challenges and motivations of his work Spanish Harlem: El Barrio in the ‘80s and more.
Five Bronx Junior Photo League students received awards from the regional round of the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, announced on February 2nd.
The BDC's project, Claremont Illuminated to partner with the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice.
This #GivingTuesday support the BDC’s mission.
Bronx Photo League member Ed Alvarez documented NYCHA's Claremont Village battling a chronic rat infestation.
Celebrating women filmmakers.
The Bronx Documentary Center is hiring one Teaching Artist and three Teaching Assistants for our 2017-2018 after-school photography program, the Bronx Junior Photo League.
It's here! The BDC is proud to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website.
The NYC Mayor's office profiled Edwin J. Torres, staff photographer for the NYC Mayor and member of the BDC's Bronx Photo League.
Bronx Junior Photo League student Saliyah Muhammad was featured in a New York Times Lens Blog piece about teenage photographers.
Bronx Photo League (BPL) members have received assignments from the most influential media organizations in the nation.