Haiti Cultural Exchange is a nonprofit organization that develops, presents and promotes the cultural expressions of the Haitian people. It raises awareness of social issues and fosters cultural understanding and appreciation through programs in the arts, education and public affairs.
Harlem Stage is Harlem's principal performing arts center. This three-theater complex serves ethnically diverse audiences with performances that are multicultural in focus, including classical, jazz and Latin music, dance, theater, literary readings and performance art.
HARLEM WEEK, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that fosters continued growth and development of Harlem, one of the world’s best-known neighborhoods. HARLEM WEEK, Inc. highlights Harlem’s assets and unique flavor. Now in its 40th year, HARLEM WEEK continues to promote Harlem’s rich African American, Hispanic, Caribbean and European history, culture, arts, religion, entertainment and sports.
Founded as a not-for-profit organization in 1977, Harvestworks has helped a generation of artists create new works using technology. It assists with commissions and residencies, production services, education and information programs, and the presentation and distribution of new work.
Since 1993, HERE has been one of New York‚ most prolific producing organizations, and today, it stands at the forefront of the city‚ presenters of daring new hybrid art.
Offering teens $5 tickets to cultural events in New York City, everything from dance to music to theater and the visual arts, High 5 provides affordable arts access to young people. In addition, its Teen Reviewers and Critics program offers teens the chance to publish their art criticism.
The center presents a typical season of 20 to 25 performances in the 907-seat concert hall, three or four exhibitions in the Longwood Art Gallery and two theatrical events or film screenings in the 367-seat theater.
With art exhibits, theater productions and programs for seniors as well as Head Start day care, Kindergarten, afterschool, teen and mental health programs, the Hudson Guild enriches the community in and around the Chelsea area.
This center provides instruction in the arts to elementary schools students in the Flatbush and Crown Heights sections of Brooklyn in collaboration with community school boards and the Board of Education.