The venue is a gallery and performance space suitable for performance art, film, concerts, poetry readings, literary salons, and public art-in-process. Its mission is to support emerging artistic talent and offer audiences meticulously-tailored menus of exceptional cultural events.
This experimental performance group works in new media to produce innovative and hybrid ways of dealing with narrative. In addition to performing, 3-Legged Dog has also, in the past, hosted a performance space that is available for like-minded performance groups.
Established in 2009 in the heart of Bushwick, 319 Scholes is a 3,000 sq. ft gallery space used for exhibitions, workshops, and live performances.
The Cultural Services of the French Embassy promote the best of French arts, literature and education to cultural and academic institutions across the United States, with a strong focus on contemporary arts.
The beautifully landscaped Stutz Gardens are located on the Rooftop Terrace of the BAM Fisher, an event space that features a retractable enclosure for year-round use.
This pop-up retail space is within the Port Authority complex and fronts Eighth Avenue. It normally features collections of design, fashion and visual arts created by New York-based artists and designers.
BRICstudio provides subsidized rehearsal, performance and event rentals for artists and nonprofit organizations. Centrally located in Brooklyn's Fort Greene Cultural District, the 4,000-square-foot, black box studio theater accommodates up to 74 people in a comfortable, cabaret setting and is equipped with audio, lighting and video projection systems to support multi-disciplinary performance. It provides a full professional staff for each performance rental, including sound and lighting technicians, house manager and more.
The Gallery Exhibitions Program has become known for both its deft curatorial vision and its ability to produce ambitious, energetic exhibitions with ingenuity and immediacy. In recent years, exhibitions have exposed various paradigms of contemporary art to the litmus test of a local Bronx community and the cultural, economic and social landscape that defines it. The Exhibitions Program also provides a resource for artists and guest curators, by giving them a platform inside a reality that has not been fully acknowledged by academia or traditional institutions.
The Center for Architecture Foundation (CFAF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting public awareness, understanding and appreciation of architecture, design and the built environment through hands-on education programs.
The Center for Jewish History is home to the American Jewish Historical Society, the American Sephardi Federation, the Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum and the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. The collections at the center contain resources for the documentation and exploration of the Jewish experience and include old and rare books, periodical collections, photos, memoirs, official decrees, personal letters and contemporary publications about all aspects of Jewish identity. The art collections include posters, paintings, sculptures, archeological artifacts, historical textiles and ceremonial objects. These rich and varied collections define one people and many cultures.