The Vander Ende-Onderdonk House, built around 1709 by Paulus Vander Ende, a Dutch farmer, is the oldest Dutch-American farmhouse in New York City.
From new music to politics, VIA challenges audiences to see and hear differently. A diverse, multidisciplinary collective, inhabiting sound and sharing process, VIA embraces the role of the artist as public intellectual and political commentator.
Visual Understanding in Education conducts research and publishes curriculum materials for elementary schools.
Vital Theatre Company is dedicated to producing entertaining and educational theater for young audiences. Located on New York City's Upper West Side at the McGinn/Cazale Theatre, Vital Theatre Company commissions three to five new musicals for children each season.
The Voelker Orth Museum is a bird sanctuary and Victorian garden that functions as a museum maintaining the cultural and historical heritage of Queens and Long Island.
Afloat on a retrofitted railroad barge once used to ferry goods, the museum fosters an understanding of New York Harbor as a historic waterway and a former conduit for commerce and commuters as well as recreation. It presents exhibits, events and educational programming.
Among the leafy estates of Riverdale in the Bronx, Wave Hill is a former private residence with gardens, lawns, woodlands and picturesque views of the New Jersey Palisades. Programming includes art exhibitions and workshops related to nature.
This historic museum preserves the history of the free and intentional 19th century African-American community of Weeksville. In addition to tours of the Hunterfly Road houses, there are a variety of events, workshops and classes.
The Whitney maintains one of the world's foremost collections of 20th-century American art. With some 12,000 works, virtually every American artist of significance is represented.
Windows of Opportunity (WOO) is creating a shift in what is possible for youth in the areas of leadership, empowerment, self esteem, school performance and career planning.