The Millennium Film Workshop, founded in 1966, offers five major programs and services: the Personal Cinema Program, an exhibition series of new work of the avant-garde cinema, the Film/Video Workshop Program, the Equipment Access Service, the Millennium Film journal, a semi-annual publication devoted to experimental cinema and the Millennium Gallery, devoted to the exhibition of work by and about media artists.
Based in New York's Theater District, New Dramatists has been commissioning plays by young authors and steering them through readings and pre-production since 1949. It also hosts career development workshops for young authors.
The academy is one of the oldest scientific societies in the United States. Its Art at the Academy exhibitions focus on science-related art. The academy hosts some 20 international conferences annually, bringing together thousands of distinguished scientists for face-to-face intellectual exchange.
The New York Jazz Workshop is a community-based jazz music school for students of all ages, located in midtown Manhattan near Times Square. We continue to enliven a passion for jazz in our students, and teach the vital musical building blocks using a unique methodology. Our faculty includes instructors from renowned conservatories and universities such as NYU, The New School, Columbia University, Manhattan School of Music and Julliard. Join us and be part of an inspiring way to learn jazz music!
NY Artists Unlimited brings its theatrical productions for children and adults to underserved audiences around the globe and offers theater and other programming at its home at the Downeast Arts Center in Manhattan.
NY Writers Coalition Inc. provides free creative writing workshops throughout New York City for people from groups that have been historically deprived of voice in our society. We also publish our workshop participants’ writing and organize public readings of their work. Participants discover the value of their own stories, gain confidence and a stronger sense of self and become less isolated from themselves and from society.
On multiple platforms, NYC-ARTS reports on New York City‚ cultural organizations, whose offerings greatly benefit residents and visitors‚ from children to adults, and teenagers to senior citizens. Through web sites, television, mobile applications and social media, NYC-ARTS nurtures New York City‚ position as a cultural capital of the world, one that has both world-renowned institutions and those that are focused on local communities.
The society presents three weekly reading series, writing workshops and a bimonthly newsletter and publishes an annual literary magazine, The World.
The public can visit resident artists during public hours, connecting through participatory or performance-based activities. If the artist happens to be absent when the space is open to the public, his/her presence is implied by the site-specific, workshop environment of his/her work in process.
A space where yoga classes and workshops are held as well as special events in the heart of the Theater District.