Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit, all volunteer network of rescuers, fosters and volunteers who work together to rescue, rehabilitate and find homes for sweet, loving, adoptable dogs from pounds in the rural south.
Since its inception in 1987, the organization has presented more than 150 musical events in New York and it has served as an alternative to mainstream classical music institutions.
Manhattan’s Lower East Side, East 5th Street between Avenues A and B
Battery Dance Company is dedicated to the pursuit of artistic excellence and the availability of the Arts to everyone. An integral part of the fabric of New York City for 35 years, Battery supports the creative process; educates children in the New York City schools; enriches the general public through local programs and performances, national and international tours, and international arts exchange programs.
BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange is a nurturing, year-round, performance, rehearsal and educational venue in Brooklyn that encourages artistic risk-taking and stimulates dialogue among diverse constituencies.
Since 1968, the Bay Ridge Festival of the Arts (first called the Union Church Art Show) has been a cultural force in the local community as well as a supporter of arts in schools and of students who strive to make meaningful creativity one of their lifelong goals.
BEAT (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theatre) is a performing arts initiative for the community of Brooklyn. BEAT seeks to present performance events that express the borough's profound diversity, celebrate the area's finest spaces and unify its broad, expansive community.
During the week of October 15-22, 2013, the creativity of Brazil will take over New York in a hub on West Broadway, and in simultaneous activities happening at exclusive satellites throughout the city.
New York City's international festival of contemporary Mediterranean performing arts.
The Big Screen Plaza is an open-air, public venue for video, film, live and interactive content. It occupies a a public plaza behind a 54-story multi-use building on Avenue of the Americas, a short walk south of Herald Square. Media is projected onto a large, 30 foot by 16.5 foot HD format LED screen.