Dedicated to the fusion of popular and art cultures in music, film, theater, dance, and fine art, the venue’s mission is to revive the symbiotic relationship between art and revelry; to establish a creative asylum for both artists and audiences.
The @Macaulay Author Series is held in the beautiful landmark 1904 building of CUNY's Macaulay Honors College, designed to bring book lovers in contact with acclaimed writers and spark lively conversations in a neighborhood that has itself nurtured countless authors.
This gallery is in the South Street Seaport area.
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Mon & Wed: 12 pm-7 pm Tues & Thurs: 11 am-6 pm Fri & Sat: 10 am-5 pm The 115th Street branch of the New York Public Library, built with funds given to the city by Andrew Carnegie, opened in 1908. A three-floor building, its distinctive facade and enduring elegance inspired its designation as a New York City landmark building. The New York City Landmarks book describes it as 'an uncommonly rugged and handsome structure designed by McKim, Mead & White in the rusticated Italian palazzo style.' Old-fashioned in character, the library is furnished with lovely wooden display cases positioned along the wall ...
120 Wall Street is a skyscraper in Wall Street, New York City.
Mon & Wed: 12 pm-6 pm Tues & Thurs: 12 pm-7 pm Fri & Sat: 11 am-5 pm The 125th Street Branch has served East Harlem since 1904. Designed by McKim, Mead and White, this impressive building was built with funds from a grant by Andrew Carnegie. The first floor ceiling is divided into four vaulting, concave sections. The first floor has collections for adults and teenagers. The children's room is on the second floor. Reflecting the cultural diversity of the neighborhood, the 125th Street Branch offers books and magazines in English and Spanish. In addition, the library boasts a strong African-American Heritage collection. ...
Founded in 1972 by Edith O'Hara, the company is known for its children's performances as well as its New Works Reading Series. Line, a play by Israel Horowitz, opened at the theater 32 years ago and is still performed there weekly, making it the longest running off-off-Broadway play of all time.
In 1973, 14 sculptors founded this nonprofit gallery in SoHo, exclusively for the exhibition of contemporary sculpture. Shows change about every four weeks and emphasize both figurative and abstract work.
This is a venue used by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council for special events. Built in the neo-Classical style in 1912, the former AT&T headquarters features a forest of Doric columns in the lobby. The building was also the location from which the first trans-Atlantic call was made to London in 1927.