This museum and study center is dedicated to celebrating New York Harbor and the work of American artist, John A. Noble (1913-83), whose houseboat studio is its centerpiece.
On multiple platforms, NYC-ARTS reports on New York City‚ cultural organizations, whose offerings greatly benefit residents and visitors‚ from children to adults, and teenagers to senior citizens. Through web sites, television, mobile applications and social media, NYC-ARTS nurtures New York City‚ position as a cultural capital of the world, one that has both world-renowned institutions and those that are focused on local communities.
NYU-SCPS occupies the three floors of the historic Woolworth Building with academic department offices, administrative offices, computer labs and classroom facilities. All classes for graduate students in the M.S. in Global Affairs are held here. All students must have a valid NYU ID to enter; all visitors may register at the desk in the lobby.
Bounded by Lafayette, Mulberry, Houston and Jersey Streets, the Puck Building was built from 1885 to 1893 in a Romanesque Revival style designed by architect Albert Wagner. The Puck Building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a New York City landmark.
Mon & Wed: 10 am-6 pm Tues & Thurs: 12 pm-8 pm Fri & Sat: 10 am-5 pmThe Ottendorfer Branch of the New York Public Library opened in 1884 as New York City's first free public library. Designed by German-born architect William Schickel, this landmark building combines Queen Anne and neo-Italian Renaissance styles with an exterior ornamented by innovative terracotta putti. The branch was a gift of Oswald Ottendorfer, owner of the New-Yorker Staats-Zeitung. At the time, the neighborhood was called Kleindeutschland (Little Germany) and had a population of over 150,000 people of German descent. Ottendorfer wished to provide this community with ...
Lead by an internationally renowned folklore dancer, artistic director and choreographer, Danys “La Mora” Pérez - Oyu Oro, based in NYC, is committed to the preservation of Afro-Cuban culture through dance, song and music.
This vast historic space presents extraordinary music, visual and sonic art, theater, and dance in which local and international artists extend their reach in an unconventional and breathtaking setting of scale.
This neo-Georgian style residence is now part of Pratt Institute.
Amid the houses and apartment buildings of Floral Park, Queens, sits the Queens County Farm Museum, a 17th-century farm with ducks, geese, sheep and apple and pear orchards and a museum. The only working historic farm in New York City, this 47-acre spread has been the site of continuous cultivation for over 200 years and is also a museum chronicling the agricultural history of New York City.
Redhawk Native American Arts Council is an Indigenous cultural organization that presents programs, performances and festivals that share Native American culture. It uses the arts to help break stereotypes and educate students and adults about the rich culture and history of America's first people.