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.
Tibet House US promotes and preserves Tibetan culture as both a cultural center in New York City and an online resource for those interested in Tibetan civilization.
Tierney Gardarin Gallery focuses on creating an environment that moves beyond the white box model, exploring critical theory and art historical themes. Through the partnership, and with the collaboration of guest curators, Tierney Gardarin Gallery aims to present museum quality exhibitions by working with mid-career artists and under-recognized contemporary art movements.
Tomlinson Kong Contemporary is an art gallery dedicated to supporting the work of established and emerging international artists.
Topaz Arts provides public programs in contemporary dance and visual arts.
Tower 49 Gallery is one of New York City's significant and striking commercial art venues. Our mission is to originate exhibitions featuring acclaimed contemporary international artists, such as Frank Stella, Jules Olitski and Natvar Bhavsar, for the benefit of the general public as well as for the building tenants. Tower 49 Gallery provides a sanctuary of contemplation for those who access this extraordinary space to discover the important role that art plays in our daily lives.
Trestle's primary aim is to foster creativity by expanding opportunities and providing exposure for contemporary artists and curators. Trestle's sister organization is Brooklyn Art Space.
This space includes two theaters, three reception areas and an old fashioned lobby‚ all under a landmark marquee.
Tyler Rollins Fine Art's primary goal is to highlight the interconnectedness of today‚ globalized art world and to foster inter-cultural dialogue between East and West. Its focus is contemporary art of Southeast Asia.
Headquartered within a French Gothic-Style mansion on Museum Mile (Fifth Avenue) since 1955, the UIA promotes Ukrainian art, culture, music and literature.