Henry Street Settlement was founded in 1893 to provide health and human services to immigrant populations on Manhattan's Lower East Side. Similarly, its arts program was started to cultivate the aesthetic sensibilities of disadvantaged persons and thereby improve their lives. Today, in addition to individual and family counseling services, Henry Street Settlement offers performances, exhibitions and arts classes to a diverse, underprivileged community. The Louis Abrons Arts Center, which opened in 1975 at 466 Grand Street, was designed to serve a diverse lower-income population. It presents exhibitions in all media by artists-in-residence, faculty and local artists. Shows have included photographs ...
The Hispanic Society of America was founded in 1904 to establish a free museum and research library representing the culture of Spain and the peoples it has influenced.
House of Yes hosts hip-hop shows with cool aerial shows.
Housing Works Bookstore Cafe has established itself as a New York downtown institution and tourist destination, hosting many special literary events.
Situated in the restored Queens Registry building on bustling Jamaica Avenue, this space is a community school of the arts, a professional arts center and an integral part of the city's multicultural arts scene.
Rehearsal Studios, Theater, Theatrical Production Company, Script Submissions. Home of Westside Dance Project and City Music Schools..
This hall and the church's administrative offices are housed in the condominium building adjacent to Judson Memorial Church.
Situated on the 8th Floor of the French Institute Alliance Francaise (FIAF), Le Skyroom can accommodate 250 people for cocktail receptions and 120 for seated events.