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; to change the media and materials we are used to and accepted art practice definitions, the work exhibited seeks to foster a dialogue transcending prescribed geographies, hierarchies and markets and create opportunities for the expression of new media and contents.
Collective is a design fair in New York City that presents a cohesive, curated selection of contemporary design and historical pieces from galleries around the world.
College Community Services is an organization that promotes new research and criticism in the visual arts and art history. They sustain a distinguished publications program of journals, newsletters, directories and reports that is diverse, innovative and Web based. They provide professional job placement services in the visual arts. They maintain active affiliations with preeminent U.S.-based organizations representing the arts and humanities internationally. They supporting the professional development of art and art history students and emerging professionals through scholarship, mentoring and travel grant programs; sponsoring a series of juried prizes for distinction in art, art history and ...
A beautifully designed gallery opened in 1984 for the display of Columbia's rarities. Exhibitions have included The Fugitive Kind: The Theater of Tennessee Williams and Jewish Literature Through the Ages. Other shows have featured items such as a first edition of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, the letters of Virginia Woolf and medieval illuminated manuscripts.
Founded in 1997, Community-Word Project (CWP) is a New York City-based arts-in-education organization that inspires children in underserved communities to read, interpret, and respond to their world and to become active citizens through collaborative arts residencies and teacher training programs. CWP artists use creative learning through the arts to give thousands of children the opportunity to practice critical thinking and express her- or himself confidently while respecting other points of view.
Since 1983 the Composers Concordance has presented over 400 new works at bargain ticket prices. The organization augments its concert activities with an educational outreach program and its publication, New Music Connoisseur.
Through competitions and other promotional programs, the Concert Artists Guild promotes young classical music talent.
In its current space at 10 East 18th Street, the company has added contemporary music programming and gallery exhibitions to its dance programming.
Cooper Union offers public exhibitions, lectures, literary readings, film screenings and live performances related to its continuing education courses in art, architecture, graphic design, engineering, languages, writing and cultural studies.