ISCP is a nonprofit residency program for visual artists and curators located in Brooklyn. It presents artist salons, exhibitions and talks, all open to the public. It also collaborates with other arts organizations in greater New York City.
This theater company presents original work and engages the wider community through partnerships with schools, prisons, shelters and other organizations, and at our home, the Irondale Center.
Situated in the restored Queens Registry building on bustling Jamaica Avenue, the Jamaica Center for the Arts and Learning is a community school of the arts, a professional arts center and an integral part of the city's multicultural arts scene.
Kids Co-Motion provides lively, creative movement classes for toddlers through teens.
The Kite Collective is a team of artisan kite-makers that uses the realm of public arts as its main stage. The group makes kites to reconnect with the environment, community and the self in a way that is playful and transient and to provide nourishment for the mind and spirit.
A laboratory for new voices and new ideas, the center provides playwrights with indispensable resources to develop their work.
This organization provides support and resources to practitioners and institutions that provide services to older adults. Creative Aging in Our Communities: the New York City Libraries Project is a series of arts programs for older adults in up to 30 branch libraries in the Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island and Brooklyn.
Lincoln Center Institute brings dance, music, theater, visual arts, film and architecture into classrooms across the New York City metropolitan area, engaging students and teachers in learning about and through the arts.
Founded in 1968, this nonprofit art center supports artists of all creative backgrounds by offering affordable studio space, career services and expertise in printmaking. Exhibitions, which are free-of-charge, and printmaking classes are open to the public.