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52nd Street Project

Manhattan

The 52nd Street Project introduces young people (ages 9 to 18) from the Clinton neighborhood to the business and craft of theater production through playwriting workshops, classes and mentoring opportunities with members of the Broadway community.


9/11 Memorial Museum

Manhattan

An educational and historical institution honoring the victims and examining 9/11 and its continued global significance.


92nd Street Y

Manhattan

This multidisciplinary institution promotes performing, visual and literary arts through classes and performances for a wide range of audiences. Founded to promote issues of Jewish values and American pluralism, the Y now promotes a diverse roster of programs.


ABC No Rio

Manhattan

ABC No Rio mounts seven to ten exhibitions a year at its Rivington Street gallery. Its Saturday Matinee features independent punk and hardcore music artists. Their Sunday afternoon open poetry readings have become a regular gathering, and their Sunday evening series of experimental and improvisational music presents electric, acoustic and ...


Abingdon Theatre Company

Manhattan

This theater company produces plays exclusively by American artists and promotes new work through playwrights' meetings, in-house readings and workshop productions.


Abrons Arts Center

Manhattan

The Abrons Arts Center, which opened in 1975 at 466 Grand Street, presents exhibitions in all media by artists-in-residence, and local and international contemporary artists. Adjacent is its landmarked 300-seat Neighborhood Playhouse, housing Henry Street’s visual and performing arts programming alongside its community-based arts training.


Academy of American Poets

Manhattan

Committed to the promotion of American poetry, the Academy of American Poets is home to the award-winning website, Poets.org, hosts National Poetry Month, publishes American Poet, awards the Wallace Stevens prize for mastery in poetry as well as prizes to college students and offers other literary events.


African Burial Ground National Monument

Manhattan

In May 1991, the General Services Administration unearthed the skeletal remains of nearly 400 individuals of predominantly African ancestry while preparing to erect a building in Lower Manhattan. The building was stopped, but these remains are on view in an interpretative center exploring the history of African-Americans in colonial New ...


Afrikan Poetry Theatre

Queens

At its home in Jamaica, Queens, the Afrikan Poetry Theatre presents a roster of wide-ranging cultural activities of interest to its largely African-American constituents.


After Dinner Opera Company

Brooklyn

The After Dinner Opera Company performs American chamber works for general audiences and introduces young people to music and dance through in-school workshops.


Aims of Modzawe

Queens

Aims of Modzawe Cultural Center was founded in 1970 by Nana Yao Opare Dinizulu to teach African history and culture. It is home to the Dinizulu Dancers, Drummers & Singers; the African Diaspora Children's Museum, which offers study in African history and culture by way of after-school and evening programs; ...


Alianza Dominicana Cultural center

Manhattan

Alianza Dominicana Cultural center is one of the collaborators of the Film Festival. They are contributing by the allowing us to use the venue to present films on particular days. Alianza Dominicana, Inc. is a non-profit community development organization that parterns with youth, families, and public and private ...


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