BAM is America's oldest performing arts center and a leading presenter of the avant-garde. Since opening in 1861, it has presented the finest in performing arts.
The Brooklyn Historical Society is a nationally recognized urban history center dedicated to preserving and encouraging the study of Brooklyn's 400-year history. Its galleries and archive are housed in a magnificent landmark building.
Founded in 1912 as the Brooklyn Music School Settlement, the school runs programs that span the borough of Brooklyn and include the neighborhoods of Fort Greene (where it resides), Red Hook, East New York and Brownsville.
Weekend brunch matinees here are filled with classic clowning, two-character acts, variety shows and movie screenings. All this creative energy will percolate in a playful, hurly burly atmosphere. The Waffle Iron Cafe provides traditional brunch fare to enjoy with the performance or film.
The dance group MAWU uses this studio on Wednesday nights for a weekly open practice that is attended by dancers of all levels and genres. All are welcome and there is a nominal participation fee.
Carnegie Hall presents close to 200 performances by the world's finest artists each season on its three great stages‚ the renowned Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, intimate Weill Recital Hall and innovative Zankel Hall.
Located in the heart of Times Square, Caroline's presents live comedy and A-list cuisine, seven nights per week.
Center 548 is 35,000 square feet of clean, open space in the midst of galleries in the Chelsea Arts District. The event venue is for rentals and occupies the former DIA Center for the Arts and opened in September 2010.
CPR provides affordable space for rehearsal and performance, innovative arts programming, and education and pedagogical engagement with the communities of New York City and abroad.
Center548 is a premier event venue in New York City.