Photoville in its 9th year will look slightly different this year! With social distancing in mind, the exhibit will not feature shipping containers, beer garden, and in-person sessions. Instead, the photo village has been spread throughout Brooklyn Bridge Park and even beyond in DUMBO and the 5 boroughs. The free photo exhibit is now on view until end the of November.

Family-friendly exhibits in DUMBO and Brooklyn Bridge Park:

ABC(orona) was born out of the desire to create while locked in our small house, with our two young boys. We spent so much of our careers abroad, but now the adventure was at home. Now, the possible outlets of creativity were confined to the living room and the kitchen. Find out more here. Location: Brooklyn Bridge Park – Piers 2, 3 & 6

Underwater Wildlife New York–a joint project of the New York Aquarium with underwater photographer Keith Ellenbogen–visually introduces the public to the amazing, and sometimes surprising, diversity of life in our local waters. Through his lens, we help the public see the ecological riches such as the sharks, whales, corals, and birds we are working to protect. Find out more here. Location: Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 3

A Mother’s Eye features photographs of children made by their mothers. These harvested moments become family memories, the narrative of growing up. Find out more here. Location: Brooklyn Bridge Park – Empire Fulton Ferry Park Area

Flex: Kennedi Carter explores ideas of Blackness related to wealth, power, respect, and belonging in her new series of photographs. Carter dressed friends and acquaintances in historically-inspired costumes that represent wealth and power. History is referenced, rejected, and reimagined. Find out more here. Location: Old Fulton Street and Prospect Street, DUMBO Brooklyn

Brooklyn Bridge Park at 10: Transforming the Waterfront: Did you know that the site of Brooklyn Bridge Park was a bustling, working waterfront port in the 19th and 20th centuries? Thousands of longshoremen, boaters, clerks, and U.S. customs inspectors worked on ships and piers, and in warehouses and factories. After the Civil War, dozens of warehouses were built along the west side of Furman Street, and many timber bulkheads, piers, and factory foundations still lie beneath the Park. Find out more here. Location: Brooklyn Bridge Park

Picking Up NYC: For over a century, the men and women of the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) have heroically served the City as daily stewards of public health, and as emergency responders in extraordinary circumstances. As the workforce meets its latest challenge, picking up New York City during the coronavirus pandemic, we remember the countless challenges they’ve faced with unwavering strength. Find out more here. Location: Brooklyn Bridge Park – New Dock Street

Single Moms By Choice: For the last three years, four women in New York and New Jersey opened their lives to photographer Jackie Molloy as they struggled to get pregnant, navigated the adoption and foster-care systems, and juggled a new life with children—all on their own. They are single mothers by choice; a growing number of women who choose to become a parent without a partner. Find out more here. Location: Brooklyn Bridge Park – New Dock Street

The Great Empty: The coronavirus has made scarcity a necessary condition of survival. Over the course of a few days in March, The Times sent out dozens of photographers around the world to capture images of once-bustling public plazas, beaches, fairgrounds, and more. The photographs tell a similar story: emptiness proliferates like the virus. Find out more here. Brooklyn Bridge Park – New Dock Street

Flamingo Bob is a celebrity on the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao, where he acts as an emissary for conservation, and protecting nature. Local veterinarian Odette Doest rescued Bob in 2016, after the American flamingo slammed into a hotel window. She began taking him to local schools as the face of her organization, Foundation for Animals and Education in the Caribbean, and he quickly gained a following. Find out more here. Location: Washington Street, DUMBO Brooklyn