Housed in a historic brownstone, the Burden Gallery is the exhibition arm of the Aperture Foundation, a leading nonprofit publisher of books and periodicals on photography.
apexart is a non-profit arts organization in Lower Manhattan that was conceived to offer opportunities to independent curators and emerging and established artists, as well as to challenge ideas about art, its practice and curation.
Founded in 1954, the Archives of American Art is the world's largest repository of primary source materials relating to the history of the arts in America. The institution spans five campuses, but only the New York branch offers regular exhibitions.
A non-profit 501 ( C ) (3) dedicated to the education, enhancement and development of young performing artists. We nurture and support talent through scholarships, education, training, stage performances, and other cultural activities. We provide performance opportunities, funding, and encouragement to assist young performers in realizing their full artistic potential. The Art Attack Foundation is dedicated to fostering new artists, their dreams, and their determination to succeed.
The Art Deco Society of New York is devoted to the preservation and celebration of the city's Modernist heritage.
ADC members share the vision of founder Louis Pedlar, who brought his colleagues in advertising together in 1920 to dignify their profession and judge advertising art by the same stringent standards as fine art.
Art for Change is a unique, year-round non-profit organization located in East Harlem, New York that encourages the advancement of progressive social change by using art as a catalyst for disseminating information to people.
Art For Progress (AFP) is a 501(c)3 non profit arts organization committed to the cultivation and support of emerging artists working in diverse genres: the visual arts, fashion, music, film, and new media.
Art in FLUX is a movement of artists appearing in pop-up art galleries featuring special events and creative collaborations with theater, film, music, and fashion industries. FLUX highlights and creates opportunity for artists living and/or working in Harlem, brings art into public spaces, creates a positive use for vacant retail locations, and stimulates a vibrant neighborhood merging art, commerce and community.
Founded in 1981 by a group of artists, Art in General presents art that is often under-represented in larger museum and commercial gallery structures.