On the 43-acre campus of Bronx Community College and overlooking the Harlem River, the consortium provides access to free art exhibitions and music and dance programs to Bronx residents of all ages.
The 75-seat Black Box Theatre is part of New York University. It is an open and flexible performance space used for plays, chamber operas, cabaret performances and graduate student recitals. It is also used for movement and acting classes.
Box office hours: Sept-June: Tues-Sat 12-6 pm July & Aug: Mon-Thurs 12-6 pm Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) Tribeca Performing Arts Center is Lower Manhattan's premier presenter of the arts, reaching audiences from the college community, downtown residential and business communities, schools, families and audiences of all ages. BMCC Tribeca PAC presents a broad global perspective through the presentation of high quality work and supports emerging and established artists.
Boricua College has two galleries, one in Manhattan and one in Brooklyn, that focus on Puerto Rican art and artists. The college chorus emphasizes Puerto Rican and Hispanic music and composers, and its Puerto Rican Folk Art Festival is celebrated every November as part of Puerto Rican Heritage Month.
Compton Hall and its adjoining Goethals Hall, which used to house the School of Technology, now house offices, classrooms, studios and a gallery space for the college’s Art and Theatre Departments.
This is the auditorium of the Kupferberg Center.
The Miller Theater on Columbia University's campus hosts music, dance, theater and speaking engagements.
Cooper Union offers public exhibitions, lectures, literary readings, film screenings and live performances related to its continuing education courses in art, architecture, graphic design, engineering, languages, writing and cultural studies.
This building is located at the northern tip of Bowling Green, on the west side of Broadway.
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