Established in 2009 in the heart of Bushwick, 319 Scholes is a 3,000 sq. ft gallery space used for exhibitions, workshops, and live performances.
3-Legged Dog exists to produce new, original works in theater, performance, media and hybrid forms. Working out of a strong literary tradition, our mission is to explore the new narrative possibilities created by digital technology, and to provide an environment for our artists to create new tools and modes of expression so that they can excel across a range of disciplines. Please visit http://3ldnyc.org/ for event information
The Arrow Community Garden has an open green area, gardens, trees, and a community center space. It is near the Museum of the Moving Image.
The Prospect Park Audubon Center is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to wildlife preservation and natural education, located inside the Boathouse, an historic New York City Landmark. In addition to having its own programs, many Prospect Park Alliance programs meet here as well.
Blackburn 20/20 gallery is an extension of the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop (RBPMW) a co-operative printmaking workspace that provides professional-quality printmaking facilities to artists and printmakers of every skill level. We are committed to inspiring and fostering a racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse artistic community dedicated to the making of fine art prints in an environment that embraces technical and aesthetic exploration, innovation and collaboration.
This ambitious theater company mounts a range of new, classic and rarely-produced plays for general audiences.
The Caribbean Cultural Center focuses on the cultural activities of African descendants in the Americas, celebrating their rich traditions in music, dance, art, literature and belief systems. The center hosts art exhibitions, gallery talks and conferences, film screenings and an annual outdoor festival based on African celebrations.
The Center for Architecture Foundation (CFAF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting public awareness, understanding and appreciation of architecture, design and the built environment through hands-on education programs.
Exhibits and workshops, ranging from the traditional to the avant-garde, explore the art and craft of bookmaking. Some shows have celebrated various aspects of book structures, while others have confronted the viewer with books made of unexpected materials such as Plexiglas, hair-nets and concrete.