For more than 30 years, New York Grand Opera has been producing free, fully staged and costumed operas with full orchestra in Central Park. Over the years, more than a million people have attended these performances, many of whom may never have had a chance to see a live opera if this free opportunity did not exist.
Claire Oliver's program balances conceptual concern with a highly visual approach. Its exclusively represented artists mix traditional disciplines like painting, drawing, and sculpture with new media, methodology, and mindset. A dedication to physical process, a commitment to craft, and an intensity of detail are common to all of the Gallery's artists.
Claire’s Creative Adventures are unique professional artist or theme-based art projects and museum tours that are educational AND engaging! In a classroom, museum or party environment children ages 2-12 (and adults!) are introduced to modern and contemporary artists and diverse cultures based on current exhibits from the myriad of NYC museums and galleries.
Art Adventures is a unique professional artist and medium-based art program which is educational AND engaging! Each child develops confidence and skill by facing art challenges, exploring myriad materials, art language (even French!) & critical thinking skills. Whether building art portfolios or simply enjoying a freedom of expression in the arts, we go beyond school curricula, include visiting artists and museum trips, and provide ample supplies for unique hands-on learning experiences.
The Clan Currie Society is an international, non-profit cultural and educational organization. It is the preeminent Scottish-American cultural society in preserving and promoting Highland heritage at Scottish Games, ethnic festivals, as well as community groups and classrooms.The Society's signature events include the Pipes of Christmas and Tartan Day on Ellis Island.
Since its founding in 1999, the Classical Theatre of Harlem has established itself as a serious venue for theater in Harlem. It produces classics of world theater in an effort to introduce young Harlem audiences to these plays.
Two hundred fifty acres of wetlands, fields, sandy barrens, spring-fed streams and woodlands can be found on the quiet southwestern shore of Staten Island. Clay Pit Ponds, named after a clay-mining operation once on the site, was designated New York City's first State Park Preserve in 1980.
The gallery was founded by artist Clayton Patterson in 1986. Patterson has exhibited his own art‚ from embroidered custom-made baseball hats to photographs of the local Hispanic community‚ to the work of a diverse range of artists including Boris Lurie, Steve Bonge, Charles Gatewood, tattoo artist Spider Web and Baba Raul Canizares.
Named after the respected Puerto Rican poet, the Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center (CSV) was established in 1993 with the mission of nurturing and developing Puerto Rican and Latino arts in the Lower East Side.
Clio Art Fair 2014 focuses on showcasing contemporary art and the interventions of independent artists from worldwide. Clio aims to highlight the works of artists working without the usual concerns of the artworld.