This is a venue used by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council for special events. Built in the neo-Classical style in 1912, the former AT&T headquarters features a forest of Doric columns in the lobby. The building was also the location from which the first trans-Atlantic call was made to London in 1927.
This five-day cultural event that takes place in New York City every November celebrates the continuous influence of Dutch arts and culture in New York City and brings together arts and cultural organizations from across the city. Programs include walking tours, lectures, concerts and contemporary art offerings.
This multidisciplinary institution promotes performing, visual and literary arts through classes and performances for a wide range of audiences. Founded to promote issues of Jewish values and American pluralism, the Y now promotes a diverse roster of programs.
Aicon Gallery's curatorial vision begins in India but reaches outwards internationally from there. Aicon draws upon the academic interests of its curatorial staff, whose specializations in subjects including globalization, identity, environmentalism, international politics and postcolonialism often feed into programming.
Alice Tully Hall is home to the Chamber Music Society and the Great Performers series. The New York Film Festival is also held annually at Alice Tully Hall. Designed by Pietro Belluschi, the 1,096-seat theater is an intimate room for chamber music.
The nonprofit organization creates educational and performing arts activities for thousands of poor and minority young people. The Castillo Theatre has staged over 100 productions since 1983.
Alwan for the Arts serves the Arab, North African and Middle Eastern communities and educates the broader public by showcasing a range of cultural events. In 2003, Alwan established a center in Lower Manhattan.
ACMA provides performance opportunities for non-professional classical musicians (soloists and groups) via monthly recitals and occasional concert events.
The AICH serves the 35,000 Native Americans in New York in the areas of the arts, job training, substance-abuse counseling, health services and youth activities. It also works to promote a broader understanding of American Indian history and culture.