Collections are listed below. Some are digitized and can be searched online. Others, such as the BAM Board Files and Harvey Lichtenstein President's Records, exist only in original form and require an on-site visit.
This collection of programs, dating from 1857, documents BAM’s more than 150-year history of performance. Individual programs provide detailed information about casts, companies, directors, designers, and other production notes.
The Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences Collection is comprised of promotional materials (known as Bulletins or Monthly Magazines of Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences) and other related objects.
The photos in this collection document the history of the three buildings that currently comprise BAM’s campus. There are also photos of the Academy’s original Montague Street building in Brooklyn Heights, which burned to the ground in 1903.
This collection contains the public record of the institution from 1952 through the present. Richly designed and greatly informative, these reports offer a broad view of BAM's programming and financial status.
DanceMotion USA℠ is a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the US Department of State, produced by BAM to facilitate cultural exchange while showcasing the best in contemporary American dance abroad.