Americas Society (AS) is the premier forum dedicated to education, debate and dialogue about issues in Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada. Its literature, music and visual arts programs present artists from these regions.
Housed in a neo-Gothic structure built as a synagogue in 1849, the center hosts a range of educational and artistic projects.
Art for Change is a nonprofit that provides a forum for creating innovative art and media programs that inspire people to take an active role in social justice.
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.
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.
Complementing the superb art works in the museum are lectures by leading scholars and collectors in the field, musical and theatrical events and the screening of films from many Asian countries.
With its architectural landmark building in Midtown Manhattan, the Austrian Cultural Forum New York is the cultural embassy of Austria in the United States. It hosts more than 200 free events annually and showcases Austrian contemporary art, music, literature, and academic thought in New York.
BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange is a nurturing, year-round, performance, rehearsal and educational venue in Brooklyn that encourages artistic risk-taking and stimulates dialogue among diverse constituencies.
During the week of October 15-22, 2013, the creativity of Brazil will take over New York in a hub on West Broadway, and in simultaneous activities happening at exclusive satellites throughout the city.
The Big Screen Plaza is an open-air, public venue for video, film, live and interactive content. It occupies a a public plaza behind a 54-story multi-use building on Avenue of the Americas, a short walk south of Herald Square. Media is projected onto a large, 30 foot by 16.5 foot HD format LED screen.