Dance New Amsterdam (DNA), formerly Dance Space Center, serves a community of more than 32,000 dance artists (students, performers, choreographers, and other professionals) and audience members. Each week, DNA holds more than 130 classes of all levels in its 6 studios. An average of 12 modern guest artists also teach professional-level classes each month.DNA offers classes in ballet, modern, hip-hop and other movement techniques, ranging from beginner to advanced levels.
Dance Parade promotes dance as an expressive and unifying art form by showcasing all forms of dance, educating the general public about the opportunities to experience dance, and celebrating diversity of dance in New York City with a yearly dance parade and dance festival.
Dance Theatre of Harlem is a leading dance institution with outreach programs and a world-class school that trains young people in classical ballet and the allied arts. The Dance Theatre of Harlem Ensemble is its performing group.
Dancewave transforms the lives of New York City youth through unique exposure to world-class, pre-professional performing arts training. Since 1995, Dancewave has offered education programs for young people with a rare combination of four core values: artistic integrity, educational rigor, nurturing support and access for all.
Education in Dance and the Related Arts teaches a developmental dance/arts enrichment program.
The Faison Firehouse Theater is home to the American Performing Arts Collaborative (APAC), Inc. a not-for-profit (501c3) organization co-founded by Tony Award Winner, George Faison and Tad Schnugg in 1997. For more than forty years, George Faison has been a driving force in the theater as well as film, video, television, concert dance, concert staging, television commercials and trade shows. George is internationally recognized as having achieved a preeminent place among the world's most important directors, choreographers and writers and is known for his uncompromising pursuit of artistic excellence and the production and nourishment of socially relevant art ...
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.
Harbor Conservatory helps young people gain a deeper appreciation of music, dance and theater through individual and group instruction, special ensembles, public performances, master classes, and faculty and guest artist recitals.
The High Line is a public park built on an historic railroad viaduct elevated above the streets on the West Side of Manhattan.
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery opened in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in September of 2004, relocating to the Lower East Side in January 2011. The gallery presents solo and group exhibitions of emerging artists from around the world.