Poppington is a multi-disciplinary space that provides artists, graphic designers, and musicians a place to come together and realize their creative visions.
Launched in 2006, Porter Contemporary is dedicated to showcasing emerging and established artists from around the world whose work embodies both skill and risk taking. The mission of Porter Contemporary continues to be based on founder Jessica L. Porter's vision of opening contemporary art collecting to a broader audience. Over the years, the gallery has earned a dedicated following of new and established collectors who value art that pushes boundaries.
Pregones Theater mounts numerous Spanish and bilingual productions throughout the year at 130-seat theater in the Bronx. Residents of 12 nearby zip codes receive a 50 percent discount at the box office.
The Prince St. Project Space hosts the weekly Leslie-Lohman Studio group life drawing sessions and is regularly used as a working studio for individual artists. The studio occasionally features short-term contemporary exhibitions.
The Prospect Park Audubon Center at the Boathouse is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to wildlife preservation and natural education, located inside an historic New York City Landmark.
Proteus Gowanus is an interdisciplinary gallery and reading room housed in a former 1900 box factory located centrally among several vibrant Brooklyn communities. Exhibits of art, artifacts and books organized around a yearlong theme are exhibited.
PS122 Gallery offers emerging artists in New York the opportunity to show their work in an intimate and encouraging setting. A jury system, which employs a changing panel of art professionals, is used to select artists for exhibitions. Provocative shows are a testament to the vision and knowledge of the jurors who volunteer their time.
Queens Botanical Garden features 39 acres of beautiful landscapes including a Fragrance Walk, Green Roof, and the Bee, Herb, Wedding, Woodland and Wetland Gardens. Green Trail markers highlight QBG‚ sustainability practices and how visitors can ‚go green‚Äù at home.
Within the historic Oakland Building on campus, the gallery holds changing exhibitions of contemporary art as well as a permanent collection of African art.