Through a unique environment of interactive exhibitions and programs, the museum aims to inspire children and families to learn about themselves and a culturally diverse world.
The museum focuses its interactive exhibitions on a different Native American culture each year. Past programs have been about Eskimos and Native Americans from the Eastern Woodlands, the Southwest, the Northwest Coast and the Plains.
The Center for Italian Modern Art (CIMA) promotes scholarly research and public appreciation of modern and contemporary Italian art throughout the United States and around the world.
CCCA hosts an ambitious, year-round calendar of events, most of which are open to the public and take place at City College’s performing arts center, Aaron Davis Hall. CCCA’s mission is to maintain a world class creative arts center and focal point for The City College of New York, building a sense of community within the College, elevating the profile of Aaron Davis Hall in the greater New York area, and connecting the College to the surrounding community through the arts.
The CAP21 Youth Program is committed to providing the most cutting edge, professional and comprehensive training available in New York City. The faculty of professional artists create a safe learning environment that fosters creativity, celebrates individuality and encourages growth in young artists.
Now approaching its 14th season, this world-class performance facility is noted for its annual series, CFA Presents, a series of first-rate performances featuring music, comedy, theater, dance and children‚ theater.
Located on West 12th Street at the entrance to Deno's Wonder Wheel Park, just a few steps off the Boardwalk, the History Project’s exhibition center presents a series of exhibits, events and performances and displays historic artifacts from Coney Island's colorful past.
Through events like the annual Mermaid Parade and the Coney Island Film Festival, this nonprofit organization preserves the legacy of this famous beachside attraction. Coney Island, USA also operates the Coney Island Museum.
This historic house is site of the Staten Island Peace Conference, held on September 11, 1776, in which delegates from the Continental Congress met with the British to attempt to negotiate an end to the Revolutionary War.
The Czech Center New York (CCNY) is a meeting place for Czech and local culture, a place where artists and professionals, Czech and non-Czech alike, can get to know each other and talk about their work, and produce work together, when the chance presents itself.