The Actors Fund Arts Center provides residents and community arts organizations with a state-of-the-art, affordable space for performances, rehearsals, films, exhibitions and whatever they can dream up for this 2,000 square-foot space.
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.
Founded in December of 2012 and based in New York City, Gertrude is a community of unique art experiences where people gather to learn, discuss, and collect art curated by today's visionaries. We are redefining the art Salon for the 21st Century, and we want to bring this movement to the world.
The Bernie Wohl Center is home to Goddard Riverside’s after schoolprogram, summer day camp, and other community programs.
The center provides activities for children and youth, as well as programs for adults and senior citizens. All activities are free and open to the community, with preference going to NYCHA residents.
BRICstudio provides subsidized rehearsal, performance and event rentals for artists and nonprofit organizations. Centrally located in Brooklyn's Fort Greene Cultural District, the 4,000-square-foot, black box studio theater accommodates up to 74 people in a comfortable, cabaret setting and is equipped with audio, lighting and video projection systems to support multi-disciplinary performance. It provides a full professional staff for each performance rental, including sound and lighting technicians, house manager and more.
Housed in a former munitions warehouse on the northern shore of Governors Island adjacent to the ferry dock, Building 110: LMCC's Arts Center provides space to artists in LMCC's Swing Space program for the development and presentation of new projects in the visual and performing arts.With 20 visual arts studios, two rehearsal studios and an exhibition space, all with stunning views of the Lower Manhattan skyline and New York Harbor, Building 110: LMCC's Arts Center offers a unique experience for artists and audiences.
Founded in 1934 by two New York City public school teachers, Casita Maria was the first charitable organization to serve the Hispanic population in New York City. Casita's 75th anniversary in 2009 coincided with the grand opening of the Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education, a 90,000-square-foot facility on its property in the Bronx. The center serves as Casita's operational and programming headquarters and houses a New York City public school with a capacity of 550 middle and high school students.
This is the main library of the Brooklyn Public Library system.