The Kite Collective is a team of artisan kite-makers that uses the realm of public arts as its main stage. The group makes kites to reconnect with the environment, community and the self in a way that is playful and transient and to provide nourishment for the mind and spirit.
Through workshops and mentoring programs for students, as well as professional development for educators, the Knowledge Project seeks to teach children and teachers to write and communicate effectively.
Koosil-ja and her media group, koosilja/danceKUMIKO provide cultural dialogues to share ideas with the public about dance as art and experimentation. Koosil-ja creates links between bodies and a digital environment for each project using Live Processing in public performances of works in progress.
Acclaimed for its dramatic expression, technical mastery and expansive, yet nuanced movement, the Limón Dance Company illustrates the timelessness of José Limón’s work and vision. Founded in 1946 by José Limón and Doris Humphrey, the company is now led by Carla Maxwell, who worked closely with Limón before becoming artistic director in 1978.
A fully equipped, fine art printmaking studio and school that welcomes artists at all levels of printmaking experience.
Manhattan Youth is a Community Center offering quality programming for children, families, adults, seniors and teens from the Lower Manhattan area.
Founded in 1967, Manna House's mission is to establish a sense of pride in youth by exemplifying the harmony that can be achieved among diverse culture groups though jazz.
Mano a Mano: Mexican Culture Without Borders is a New York-based organization dedicated to celebrating Mexican culture and promoting the understanding of Mexican traditions through Mexicanidad, an arts, culture and humanities program.
Producing organization of Off-Off Broadway venue, 13th Street Repertory Company home to the legendary Edith O'Hara and New Yorks longest-running off Broadway shows: "Line" by Israel Horowitz
Metropolitan Playhouse explores America‚ theatrical heritage to illuminate contemporary American culture. The Playhouse produces early American plays and new plays drawn from American culture and history.