The Gordon K. & Harriet Greenfield Hall is the Manhattan School of Music's main space for chamber music, master classes, and lectures.
MESTC is home to theater scholars, students, playwrights, actors, dancers, directors, dramaturgs and performing arts managers, as well as both the local and international theater communities.
Every seat has a good view of the stage at this venue.
This intimate 688-seat theater on the campus of Columbia University hosts acclaimed series of new music and early music throughout the year.
One of the main art galleries on the campus of Columbia University, the Miriam & Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery hosts shows with works drawn from private, public and university collections.
The auditorium hosts events of the New School University and is used by outside groups as well.
The auditorium of the New York City College of Technology hosts occasional theatrical, musical and dance productions.
The Silver Center of Arts and Science is the home of the New York University College of Arts and Science. The building was constructed in 1892 and was previously named "Main Building."
The late-20th century growth in Irish scholarship and creative arts was the impetus that engerdered NYU's commitment to the founding of Ireland House. Affiliated the the Irish Studies Program, it is the site of concerts, lectures, symposia, film screenings, exhibits and literary readings. It is a handsome though small house, designed with handsome study areas, conference rooms and a growing library.
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