The Flea Theater, under the leadership of artistic director Jim Simpson and producing director Carol Ostrow, is one of New York's leading Off Off Broadway companies. Established in 1996, the Flea is the winner of numerous Obie Awards, an Otto Award and a special Drama Desk Award for outstanding achievement.
This incubator for art that is in dialogue with the physical, social and cultural space of New York City is based in a three-story converted greeting card factory in Long Island City, Queens.
The French American Cultural Exchange is a non-profit organization dedicated to nurturing French-American relations through innovative international projects in the arts, education, and cultural exchange.
This nightlife venue features diverse entertainment, from bands to burlesque performers.
The Galería Octavio Paz was created in 1994 by The Mexican Cultural Institute as a space that embraces and promotes the work of Mexican artists in New York, a city of extraordinary cultural diversity, and home to one of the most solid, creative and productive art scenes in the world.
Each exhibition at the museum offers an array of lectures, gallery talks, films, family and children workshops, concerts and tours, often in collaboration with academic departments and centers at the college.
Part of an international network of German cultural centers, the Goethe-Institut provides a schedule of exhibitions, film screenings, performances, and symposiums focusing on German language and culture, as well as exhibits of contemporary art.
Influenced by hip-hop culture, G.A.ME addresses social and economic injustice in low-income communities of color by utilizing youth leadership, community organizing, and hip-hop arts and culture.
The Greek Cultural Center presents exhibitions of the work of Greek-American artists and it stages three or four theatrical productions each year in Greek and English, with 40 to 60 performances altogether. Its activities also include literary readings, film festivals and puppet shows.
Greenwich House Arts offers quality ceramic and music instruction to all ages and provides a series of classes, lectures, workshops, cultural events, exhibitions and performances that enrich and inform the Greenwich Village community.