The Film Society of Lincoln Center sponsors the renowned annual New York Film Festival, one of the world's leading showcases for new American and international films. It also operates the Walter Reade Theater, opened in 1991 as a year-round presenter of films that would not otherwise have a major venue in New York City.
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.
A presenting organization dedicated to the preservation of Filipino culture, the Foundation for Filipino Artists organizes concerts and recitals of traditional Filipino music. At its own space in Queens, the foundation organizes art shows, readings as well as an annual Filipino Film and Video Festival.
The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) encourages the appreciation of French language and culture and fosters cross-cultural exchange. It offers French classes as well as cultural programming and a lending library at its 1925 Beaux-Arts building on the Upper East Side.
Each exhibition at the museum offers an array of lectures, gallery talks, films, family and children workshops, concerts and tours, often in collaboration with academic departments and centers at the college.
Harlem Stage is Harlem's principal performing arts center. This three-theater complex serves ethnically diverse audiences with performances that are multicultural in focus, including classical, jazz and Latin music, dance, theater, literary readings and performance art.
HFFNY History Havana Film Festival New York (HFFNY) is an internationally recognized film festival celebrating Latin American cinema.
Located in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, Herbert Von King Park is named after community leader Herbert Von King (1912-1985), and was originally called Tompkins Park.
The High Line is a public park built on an historic railroad viaduct elevated above the streets on the West Side of Manhattan.
The mission of the Horticultural Society of New York (The Hort) is to sustain the vital connection between people and plants. Its social service and public programs educate and inspire, growing a broad community that values horticulture for its many benefits.