Since its founding in 1973, Frank Silvera's Writing Workshops have been educating writers of all genres at its facility in Harlem.
The Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center offers seminars, workshops, grants and school programs for aspiring African-American artists and writers. It also hosts the Black Roots Festival, a festival of poetry, theater and art.
This shop and art gallery in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, hosts art shows and events, including weekly writing workshops run by Lost Lit.
This gallery offers modern art classes brilliantly integrated with joyful in-studio explorations of music, movement and hands-on art for growing minds.
A venue used occasionally for LMCC events.
The mission of the Horticultural Society of New York (The Hort) is to sustain the vital connection between people and plants. Its social service and public programs educate and inspire, growing a broad community that values horticulture for its many benefits.
IATI (International Theater Arts Institute) introduces New Yorkers from all walks of life to contemporary Latin American dance and theater artists. Most performances are in Spanish with English supertitles.
Industry City’s proud tradition of manufacturing lives on in spaces specifically designed for both large and small industrial uses. Industrial spaces feature the property’s trademark oversize windows and high ceilings, along with heavy floor loads and plentiful access to freight elevators and loading bays.
The José Limón Dance Foundation exists to perpetuate the Limón legacy and its humanistic approach to movement and theater, and to extend the vitality of that vision into the future, through performance, creation, preservation and education.
Joyce SoHo, a three-story former firehouse, contains a small theater of 74 seats and three dance studios for rehearsals and performances.