The New York Earth Room by Walter De Maria, at 141 Wooster Street, consists of a single 3,500-square-foot spaced filled with soil to a depth of 22 inches. The New York Earth Room is a work of art meant to be viewed, not entered. Please do not touch the work. Photography is not permitted.
Mon-Fri 8 am-8 pm Sat-Sun 10 am-6 pm Closed for major holidays and special eventsThe gallery annex is just off the Main Concourse of Grand Central Terminal in the Shuttle Passage, next to the Station Master's office.
In 1905, The Nippon Club was established by Dr. Jokichi Takamine, a famous chemist, to serve as a gathering place for the Japanese community and to develop a better relationship with the American people.
The Renaissance Chamber Collaborative, LLC. Our Mission at the RCCnyc is to create spaces where people may experience music, dance, poetry - THE ARTS - up close and personal, and at an affordable price. We are happy to report as we are closing our first year we are succeeding!
The Rover is a multi-functional art house dedicated to the advancement of pure creative expression. It supports all forms of art, from dance and film to performance art and fashion, and blurs the lines between each medium. With a strong focus on the combination of talent and creativity, the Rover presents a roster of talented, technical individuals honing their craft in an innovative method of delivery.
The gallery at 3-Legged Dog is open weekdays Monday through Friday, 11 am-8 pm (closing early on Tuesday at 6 pm), and Saturday and Sunday 7-8 pm.
A laboratory for the creative community. After seven years downtown, Theaterlab has built a new larger venue in Midtown to continue its work of producing and presenting challenging works of art.
Founded by Stephanie Theodore in 2010, Theodore:Art, a contemporary art gallery and consultancy, presenting exhibitions of works by emerging and established artists from the UK, EU and the US, in a variety of settings and contexts. Theodore:Art offers a window of opportunity to discover promising artists early in their careers.
As the primary public television station for the New York metropolitan area, Thirteen is a resource for the millions of residents who tune in to its cultural and educational programs, including ones specifically about the arts in New York City.