Randy Duchaine’s photographs are a tribute to the diversity of Brooklyn’s uniquely creative culture. The personalities and accomplishments of the borough’s artists and entrepreneurs, impresarios and innovators come to life in his photos. Join Duchaine in his seventh year hosting the series as he continues his conversations with individuals featured in his work. Hear them talk about their lives and passions as portrayed in Randy’s captivating photos.

On May 1, Randy interveiws the owners of Brooklyn Kura, who are pursuing a new tradition in brewing - they are making American Craft Sake. Building on more than 1,000 years of Japanese brewing history, they have a passion for making high quality sake accessible to Americans and are distilling it right here in Brooklyn.

The final conversation in the series will take place on June 5. 

 

Photo of Brooklyn Kura Sake by Randy Duchaine 2019

BPL’s Business & Career Center is generously supported by Dime Community Bank, Lead Funder of the PowerUP! Business Plan Competition, women.nyc, Dr. Beverly S. Jacobs, Ridgewood Savings Bank, Con Edison, ReferenceUSA, Elizabeth Crowell & Robert Wilson and Signature Bank.

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