Downtown Art works with teen artists to create original theater, music and performance events and to champion the capacities of young people.
East 3rd Productions facilitates the production of art through the organization's four divisions—East 3rd Ensemble, East 3rd Cinema, East 3rd Visual and East 3rd Education.
EFA Project Space, launched in September 2008 as a program of The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, is a collaborative, cross-disciplinary arts venue founded on the belief that art is directly connected to the individuals who produce it, the communities that arise because of it, and to everyday life; and that by providing an arena for exporing these connections, we empower artists to forge new partnerships and encourage the expansion of ideas.
Elastic City commissions artists to lead conceptual and poetic walks throughout and outside of New York.
Elders Share the Arts specializes in intergenerational community arts programs that bring together the old and young through a unique synthesis of oral history and the arts.
Elisa Contemporary Art is dedicated to promoting the appreciation and collection of art as a way to enrich and heal, lives, communities and the world. We represent artists from around the world, and donate a portion of our gallery sales to charity.
Emerging Leaders of New York Arts is a New York City-based networking and professional development group that explores new ideas, best practices and challenges in the field of arts management.
The chapel building of Emmanuel Baptist Church opened in 1883. The cornerstone for the main sanctuary was laid in 1886 and the main edifice was dedicated the next year.
Schools, OST programs and community centers can turn to Everybody Act! for trained facilitators with professional backgrounds in the arts and experience in education and community development. Its programs allow participants of all ages to directly engage in theater workshops that target important issues: making healthy choices, engaging with changing technology, and environmental stewardship, to name just a few.
FAB (Fourth Arts Block) was founded in 2001 to establish and advance the East 4th Street Cultural District, between Second Avenue and the Bowery. The district is home to more than a dozen arts groups, 10 cultural facilities and 17 performances and rehearsal venues.