Artists Alliance Inc. (AAI) is an artist and curator-centered 501c3 non-profit organization committed to supporting emerging and underrepresented contemporary artists. Through innovative programming, experimentation and collaboration, AAI serves as a resource and forum to engage the community of the Lower East Side.
Arts in Bushwick is an all volunteer organization that serves and engages artists and other neighborhood residents through creative accessibility and community organizing. It is our goal to create an integrated and sustainable neighborhood, and to bring together all Bushwick residents and stakeholders to counter development-driven displacement.
A Lower East Side arts education organization, Art Resources for Teachers and Students has been working to help community members explore their cultural heritage and collaborating with public school teachers to improve arts curricula since 1970.
The mission of Artsgenesis is to create and conduct arts accelerated learning programs for students, teachers, administrators, parents, and artists.
For more than 50 years, ArtsWestchester has been the community’s connection to the arts. An organization that began in 1965 as a conversation among arts advocates and volunteers in a living room, has grown into a nationally recognized private arts council, the largest of its kind in New York State.
Art gallery in Chelsea, located in the "terminal store" Azart gallery is sharing the space called Chelsea27 with Artemisia and Monkdogz galleries.
BAMkids offers year-round arts events for kids ages 1 to 13 years—performances, workshops, and films that inspire creative thinking, engage personal responsibility, and get kids up and learning on their feet.
On the 43-acre campus of Bronx Community College and overlooking the Harlem River, the consortium provides access to free art exhibitions and music and dance programs to Bronx residents of all ages.
BEBE MILLER (Choreographer/Director) formed The Bebe Miller Company in 1985 with a vision of dance and performance that resides in her faith in the moving body as a record of thought, experience and sheer beauty. Seeking to expand the language of dance, Miller's work encompasses choreography, writing, film, video and digital media.