The N.A.W.A. Gallery is part of the headquarters of the National Association of Women Artists, Inc. Each month it hosts a different art exhibition. Members and non-members are all invited to exhibit.
NARS Foundation, a Brooklyn-based nonprofit arts organization committed to supporting artists and curators on an international level as well engaging the local community in Brooklyn and the Greater New York area. NARS provides an array of creative support services and professional development opportunities for emerging and mid-career artists through short-term integrated residency programs, affordable long-term studio spaces, progressive exhibition programs, engaging public programs.
Temporary exhibitions held here can be seen by appointment on weekdays.
Founded in 1825, the National Academy is an honorary association of professional artists, a school of fine arts and a museum.
The National Arts Club is a membership organization with a bar, a restaurant and sitting rooms that are on occasion open to those attending public events at the club.
N.A.W.A. first established fine art organization created to empower, support and promote women artists since 1889. Our motto is: Women of Vision. We have over 800 members nationally and our mission is to promote women artists through exhibitions and educational programs.
Founded in 1968 by Dr. Barbara Ann Teer (1937-2008) and located in Harlem, the National Black Theatre seeks to develop a black technique of acting, incorporating disparate elements of the African Diaspora experience such as Pentecostal worship and African ritual, percussive music, singing and dancing.
The National Book Awards recognizes the best of American literature, raising the cultural appreciation of great writing in the country while advancing the careers of writers.