Transport Group is a not-for-profit, off-Broadway theatre company in New York City that stages new works and re-imagines revivals by American writers. Our visually progressive productions of emotionally classic stories explore the challenges of relationships and identity in modern America.
At Borough of Manhattan Community College. One of the larger performing arts venues in Lower Manhattan, the Tribeca Performing Arts Center presents international artists in the Tribeca neighborhood.
Through walking tours, exhibitions and programs, the Tribute WTC Visitor Center offers person to person history, linking visitors who want to understand and appreciate the historic events of September 11, 2001 with those who experienced them.
Trinity Church was designed by Richard Upjohn and completed in 1846. It is a classic example of Gothic Revival architecture. Permanent exhibits in its museum trace church history from the 1600s to the present. Free, weekly chamber and contemporary classical music recitals are performed every Thursday at 1 pm from September to May.
This Latin dance studio in Sunset Park, Brooklyn is dedicated to helping young people ages four and up have fun while learning to dance.
Turtle Bay Music School was founded in 1925 to provide high-quality musical instruction and related musical experiences to motivated students of all ages and levels of ability. The school offers affordable private and group instruction for toddlers through adults, as well as public concerts and recitals by faculty and advanced students.
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Uproar Art is an all-purpose nonprofit art program for kids and teens in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Founded in 1977 as the New York Experimental Glass Workshop and located in downtown Brooklyn since 1991, UrbanGlass fosters experimentation and advances the use and critical understanding of glass as a creative medium. A professional community of over 300 artists utilize the 17,000 square foot studio, alongside students of all ages who learn everything from glassblowing to neon in the organization's workshop program. A variety of residency and fellowship programs support emerging and established artists as they create new, experimental work in the material, and scholarships expand access to the calendar of classes. The studios are closed to ...
The mansion, the oldest surviving private residence in the Bronx, is a fine example of vernacular Georgian architecture. Built in 1748 by Frederick Van Cortlandt, it was once at the heart of a lucrative wheat plantation that spread across much of the Bronx.