Among the leafy estates of Riverdale in the Bronx, Wave Hill is a former private residence with gardens, lawns, woodlands and picturesque views of the New Jersey Palisades. Programming includes art exhibitions and workshops related to nature.
This historic museum preserves the history of the free and intentional 19th century African-American community of Weeksville. In addition to tours of the Hunterfly Road houses, there are a variety of events, workshops and classes.
A not for profit arts organization whose 25-year-old mission is to sponsor cultural events at Westbeth Artists Housing/Center for the Arts, WARC provides free programming of dance and music festivals, exhibitons, readings, screenings and performances.
The gallery is part of the Westbeth Artists residential complex in the West Village. Monthly gallery exhibits feature both residents' work and those of invited artists and are usually curated by a resident artist. Literary readings and performance art take place in the community room.
Women's Project, under the direction of Julie Crosby, producing artistic director, delivers compelling theater, innovative programs and electric events as the nation's oldest and largest company dedicated to producing and promoting theater created by women.
World Concert Series presents World Music every other month in the Blessed Sacrament Church on the Upper West Side. All ticket proceeds go to local children's charities.
The World Music Institute brings traditional and contemporary music from around the world to New York City venues such as Lincoln Center, Symphony Space and City Center. The institute also houses a performance archive.
In its 178-seat auditorium in the basement of St. Peter's Church in Midtown Manhattan, this musical theater company presents more than 200 performances each year.
Young Concert Artists was founded in 1961 to discover and launch the careers of brilliant but unknown young classical musicians from all over the world.