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Center for Art & Culture of Bedford-Stuyvesant

The center offers classes ranging from Brazilian martial arts to steel percussion and Afro-Caribbean dance and hosts a year-round schedule of readings. The center also houses the Skylight Gallery, which was designed by I.M. Pei and features exhibits of established and emerging artists of African descent.

Center for Arts Education

The Center for Arts Education, in partnership with the New York City Department of Education, the United Federation of Teachers and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, was established in 1996 to administer and lead the New York City Annenberg Challenge for Arts and Education. The center supports arts education partnerships between New York City public schools and cultural organizations, demonstrating how the arts contribute to learning and student achievement.

Center for Thanatology Research & Education

The Center For Thanatology Research & Education is a small press, library, museum, resource center and mail order bookseller that handles books, media and periodicals on the study of mortality.

Children’s Galleries for Jewish Culture

This non-religious organization engages schoolchildren and families with two permanent exhibitions that allow active, hands-on exploration of history and culture in non-threatening and inclusive ways to benefit the diverse Jewish community and the community at large.

Children’s Museum of Manhattan

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.

Children’s Workshop School

The Children's Workshop School is a progressive public elementary school on the Lower East Side. CWS strives for students to be open-minded and compassionate; to gain a sense of themselves and others; and to understand and appreciate the diversity of the community. Children are guided and supported to fulfill their creative, physical, emotional, social and intellectual potential. Our Goal is for our children to recognize that they have the power and resources to effect change.

Chinatown YMCA

We're Here for Good. It describes the Y's commitment to building the foundations of - and strengthening - our communities, through nurturing the potential of every child and teen, improving community health and well-being, and providing opportunities to give back and support neighbors. We're here for you and your family. We're here for the community. We're here for good.

Claire’s Creative Adventures

Claire’s Creative Adventures are unique professional artist or theme-based art projects and museum tours that are educational AND engaging! In a classroom, museum or party environment children ages 2-12 (and adults!) are introduced to modern and contemporary artists and diverse cultures based on current exhibits from the myriad of NYC museums and galleries.

College of Staten Island Center for the Arts

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.