BK artists display portfolios via social media

Brooklyn residents are expressing themselves artistically with the help of social media and a borough-wide arts campaign. Artists James Cospito and John Lunceford collaborated through

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn residents are expressing themselves artistically with the help of social media and a borough-wide arts campaign. Artists James Cospito and John Lunceford collaborated through the Brooklyn Arts Program to post their work online. The website gives painters, photographers and designers a chance to share their craft. "It gives me the opportunity to meet a lot of new people with a lot of new talents that are on the emerging side of the art world," said Lunceford. Thousands of artists have displayed their portfolios on the website.

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