Tabla Rasa Gallery is located in the burgeoning art destination of Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Within a 4,000 square foot turn of the century carriage house, the gallery exhibits primary and secondary market artwork by emerging, mid-career, and established artists.
In the upstairs lounge of Papillon Bistro, budding professionals belt out their favorite arias, plus songs from the classical and Broadway repertoire.
Founded in 1992, TACT is dedicated to presenting neglected or rarely produced plays of literary merit, from works by Czech writer and politician Vaclav Havel to those by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott.
TADA! produces original musicals, plays and dance pieces by both emerging and established writers, composers and lyricists, all performed by actors who are the same age as many of the audience members. TADA! allows children to discover live theater through performances by their peers.
The Talea Ensemble advances contemporary music by bringing it to venues in New York and abroad while introducing works from overseas to New York audiences.
Founded in 1970, this visual arts organization in Spanish Harlem holds six to eight exhibitions yearly, emphasizing emerging and mid-career minority artists. It also hosts an artists' studio program, computer workshops, digital filmmaking and editing classes, weekly salsa dances, and occasional music and poetry recitals.
Tamarind is a major advocate of contemporary Indian art. In addition to showcasing high caliber art, it aims to be a resource center for gaining an understanding of Indian art and artists, as well as the proper care, restoration, and conservation of art in various media.
This park is named after World War I (1914-1918) veteran James Tappen. It is graced by a Romanesque comfort station with wrought iron lanterns, a gazebo, benches and ornamental brickwork. The James J. Tappen Post Christmas Tree is lit every year in a tradition that dates back to 1937, when a 35-foot evergreen was transplanted here from a nearby estate.