The @Macaulay Author Series is held in the beautiful landmark 1904 building of CUNY's Macaulay Honors College, designed to bring book lovers in contact with acclaimed writers and spark lively conversations in a neighborhood that has itself nurtured countless authors.
A Gathering of Tribes sponsors a creative open mic night on Thursdays, and the gallery mounts a new exhibition each month in its historic brownstone. It hosts weekly writing workshops, and A Gathering of the Tribes magazine features new poetry and fiction as well as art-related reviews, essays and interviews.
A Public Space—an independent magazine of art and argument, fact and fiction—was founded in 2006 to give voice to the twenty-first century.
Committed to the promotion of American poetry, the Academy of American Poets is home to the award-winning website, Poets.org, hosts National Poetry Month, publishes American Poet, awards the Wallace Stevens prize for mastery in poetry as well as prizes to college students and offers other literary events.
African Voices sponsors literary readings, art exhibitions and writing workshops. Its annual poetry and musical event, Rhymes, Rhythms & Rituals, is held in New York City parks, including Prospect Park, Bryant Park and Marcus Garvey Park.
This nonprofit identifies teenagers with exceptional artistic and literary talent and brings their remarkable work to a national audience through The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
Alwan for the Arts serves the Arab, North African and Middle Eastern communities and educates the broader public by showcasing a range of cultural events. In 2003, Alwan established a center in Lower Manhattan.
The three exhibitions mounted in the galleries each year draw largely from the work and experience of academy members and award recipients. The academy's permanent collection contains some 25,000 books and 2,000 original manuscripts, paintings and photographs illuminating the lives and work of members.
AmDoc's signature series, P.O.V., combines provocative, real-life storytelling with innovative models that experiment with the role that media arts can play in public life.
Americas Society (AS) is the premier forum dedicated to education, debate and dialogue about issues in Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada. Its literature, music and visual arts programs present artists from these regions.