The Maysles Cinema, a nonprofit theater in Harlem, screens documentary film and video. The space can be rented out for video screenings, lectures, theatrical readings, live music and sometimes dance parties.
A not for profit art center that began as the brainchild of Kathleen Laziza and William Laziza in addition to many collaborating artists in 1986. It specializes in interactive media installations and video art archives. Many of it's video art works are available at the Internet Video Archives and on YouTube. It has hosted over 1000 artists from the USA for visual exhibition and been a hub for videoartists through festivals like the International Not Still Art Festival.
Formerly the site of Culture Project and Theaters at 45 Bleecker Street, this space at 45 Bleecker Street host various art projects, festivals and events by outside renters.
The theater space holds screenings and panel discussions.
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.
In fall 2006, world-renowned and critically acclaimed publisher powerHouse Books launched The powerHouse Arena, a laboratory for creative thought and a premier venue for exhibitions, installations, presentations, displays, viewings, performances and readings.
One of the premier jazz venues in the world and also host to other performing arts events, Rose Theater features a retractable concert shell, movable on-stage seating towers and an adjustable orchestra pit. The three tiers of seating can accommodate up to 1,233, with the furthest seat no more than 90 feet from the stage. The Rose Theater is on the fifth floor of the Time Warner Center.
The Ruth and Harold D. Uris Center for Education located in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, provides an extraordinary range of high-tech features and facilities to train, inform, and inspire students and teachers, teenagers and families, scholars and visitors. teachers, teenagers and families, scholars and visitors to learn about the richness of art and art history.
The Scholastic Auditorium seats 271 and offers modern technology, with a touch of schoolhouse whimsy, suited to conferences, presentations, panel discussions, and family-friendly events.
Located in the school's main building, the SVA Gallery's primary purpose is to display student art. When exhibiting the work of a professional guest artist, the gallery is known as the Visual Arts Museum. Tel. (212) 592-2000.