Passage into New York’s elegant history is through the World Monuments Fund Gallery. Perfect for an opening reception or art exhibit, this sleek, modern gallery reveals layers of the landmark building’s past, hinting at the glories ahead.
The World Music Institute brings traditional and contemporary music from around the world to New York City venues such as Lincoln Center, Symphony Space and City Center. The institute also houses a performance archive.
Through the Global Youth Media Arts Program, youth ages 10-18 use their own lives and communities as a platform to examine a global theme‚ Immigration and Identity‚ using visual arts, performance and media.
The World Science Festival's mission is to cultivate a general public informed by science, inspired by wonder, convinced of its value, and prepared to engage with its implications for the future.
Wright is the premier auction house specializing in modern and contemporary art and design. Headquartered in Chicago with a location in New York at 980 Madison Avenue, Wright hosts over 12 auctions and exhibitions each year. Wright's New York gallery is on the third floor of the historic Parke-Bernet building at 980 Madison Avenue and is open Tuesday - Saturday, 11 am - 5 pm.
The Write Act Repertory Company features member actors, writers, designers, and directors devoted to developing original plays, adaptations and musicals. Write Act Rep also seeks new ways to re-stage lesser-known works by renowned artists.
This wood-shingled Dutch Colonial farmhouse, built about 1652, is the oldest home in New York City. It stands on land that is believed to have been purchased in 1636 from the Canarsie Indians by Van Twiller, the first director general of New Netherland. With Dutch ceramic tiles and a period garden, visitors can tour the household of the Dutch settlers in the New World.
Founded in 2006, Y Gallery has locations on Orchard Street and the Bowery that create a dialogue amongst different communities through exhibitions, lectures and other activities.