The nonprofit organization creates educational and performing arts activities for thousands of poor and minority young people. The Castillo Theatre has staged over 100 productions since 1983.
The gallery represents both established and emerging artists, and offers secondary market sales and art advisory services.
Mon, Tues & Thurs: 11 am-6 pm Wed: 11 am-7 pm Fri & Sat: 10 am-5 pmThe Allerton Branch of the New York Public Library, which opened in January 1960, was designed by the architectural firm of Hertz and Salerni in conjunction with the New York City Department of Public Works. Fully accessible to persons using wheelchairs, the two-floor brick limestone building houses a medium-sized library of 10,000 square feet. The adult, reference and young adult areas are on the first floor while the children's collection and a separate story-hour room are on the second. There is a 74-seat auditorium in the ...
Nature hikes and birding, lessons in astronomy and geology, art workshops, cross-country skiing and even a tour of a city water tunnel take place at these 700 acres in eastern Queens.
This nonprofit identifies teenagers with exceptional artistic and literary talent and brings their remarkable work to a national audience through The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
This umbrella organization of theater companies hosts many programs including a Rural Arts Initiative, an annual statewide Arts Conference, management training workshops, the E-Institute for Leadership and individually tailored consultancies.
The company, led by artistic director Enrique Cruz DeJesus, performs at schools, universities, festivals, special events and tours. The company‚ annual New York season features work by Cruz DeJesus and independent choreographers.
The Alternative Museum was founded as a venue for the public display of work by artists who have been under-recognized or disenfranchised because of ideology, race, gender or economic inequality. The museum is an online presence today.
The world famous Ailey company has come to include Ailey II (1974), the Ailey School, Ailey Arts In Education & Community Programs and the Ailey Extension, which offers dance classes to the public on a walk-in basis.