Mon & Thurs: 11 am-7 pm Tues & Wed: 12 pm-6 pm Fri: 12 pm-5 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pmOpened to the public in 1914, this branch is one of the original libraries built with funds given to New York City by Andrew Carnegie. Children's, young adult and adult collections are located on the first floor. A large room on the second floor is used for free library programs for all ages. Renovation of the second floor is scheduled, and a new and expanded children's room will be opened after its completion.For more information on the branch, click here.
Woodward Gallery is located in the heart of Manhattan’s Lower East Side, a neighborhood with a rich history of art and culture. The gallery’s 5000 square foot location offers two floors of exhibition space within walking distance of the New Museum of Contemporary Art. The first floor of the gallery features a schedule of rotating exhibitions; the bottom floor offers an intimate viewing area for special events and private appointments.
The Wooster Group, based at the Performing Garage on its namesake street, is an ensemble of artists who collaborate on the development and production of theater and media pieces. Under the direction of Elizabeth LeCompte and with founding members Jim Clayburgh, Willem Dafoe, Spalding Gray, Peyton Smith, Kate Valk and Ron Vawter, the group has played an important role in the incorporation of sound and film in contemporary theater.
Working Theater is New York's only off-Broadway theatre company dedicated to producing new works for and about working people. Toward that goal, the Theater offers low ticket prices and tells stories that reflect a diverse population of the working majority.
Workshop Theater Company is an off-off Broadway theater company located near Penn Station. Its spaces include the Main Stage Theater, and the Jewel Box Theater.
World Concert Series presents World Music every other month in the Blessed Sacrament Church on the Upper West Side. All ticket proceeds go to local children's charities.
The courtyard gallery is part of arts>World Financial Center. It is located within the World Financial Center, which can be entered from Vesey Street, West Street, and the promenade along the Hudson River.
The WMF is committed to promoting awareness and preservation of endangered art and architecture in sites around the world.