Mon, Thurs - Sat: 10 am-6 pm Tues & Wed: 10 am -9 pm Sun: 1 pm-5 pm Often referred to as the 'main branch,' the magnificent Beaux-Arts landmark building on Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street is not a branch with circulating collections at all (except for an outstanding Children's Center), but rather houses the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. Here are the Library's rich and diverse collections in the humanities, social sciences, and special collections. These non-circulating graduate-level collections were initially formed from the consolidation of the Astor and Lenox Libraries, and have evolved into one of the world's preeminent public resources for ...
Designed and built in the 1930s by legendary architect Joseph Urban, the Auditorium is an impressive 468-seat venue with a proscenium style stage. It was named one of the world's most powerful rooms by ABC news in 2014, thanks to the incredible roster of public figures and leaders who have spoken there.
The Center is housed on the third floor of the New York Psychoanalytic Institute.
The New School's University Center, located at Fifth Avenue and 14th Street.
The center and hall are part of the New School University.
Town Hall was once a meeting place to rally around early 20th-century causes. It is the hall where African-American contralto Marian Anderson debuted when discrimination reigned elsewhere. Town Hall's vibrant progressive history lives on through its diverse programming in music, stand-up comedy and dance.
Lectures are often held here.
This gallery in Chelsea is on the other side of Manhattan from the Visual Arts Museum/SVA Gallery located on 209 East 23rd Street.
This space at the New York Public Library holds events of LIVE from the NYPL among others.