The concert hall of the Czech Center holds diverse events.
This poetry performances space was founded by Bob Holman in 2002. It has a stage that is 12 by 20 feet as well as a bar.
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.
Brooklyn Bridge Park is an 85 acre sustainable park that stretches 1.3 miles along the Brooklyn waterfront under the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges. The park offers panoramic views of downtown Manhattan and New York Harbor. Areas of the park currently open are Pier 1, Pier 6, Main Street and a connective Greenway.
The center welcomes over 70,000 people to the 2,400-seat Walt Whitman Theatre each season. Annual programs include family and school performances and special events.
Located in the heart of Crown Heights, Brower Park has been an outstanding educational and recreational resource for children for over a century.
Named for the German-born American conductor, the library's auditorium hosts a variety of events and has great acoustics for live performances.
Bryant Park lets New Yorkers relax in the middle of midtown Manhattan. In summer, crowds attend lunchtime readings and performances of Broadway excerpts, screenings of classic films on Mondays, and even yoga classes. In winter, a skating rink and holiday market are big draws.
Housed in a former munitions warehouse on the northern shore of Governors Island adjacent to the ferry dock, Building 110: LMCC's Arts Center provides space to artists in LMCC's Swing Space program for the development and presentation of new projects in the visual and performing arts.With 20 visual arts studios, two rehearsal studios and an exhibition space, all with stunning views of the Lower Manhattan skyline and New York Harbor, Building 110: LMCC's Arts Center offers a unique experience for artists and audiences.