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The new NYStateArts.org is a resource for New Yorkers and visitors alike who are interested in exploring the state's myriad cultural opportunities. Click on "Arts Groups A to Z", type a keyword in the search box above or explore the map to begin your cultural journey across New York State.
Art Groups A-Z
Founded in 1972 by Edith O'Hara, the 13th Street Repertory Company is a place where rising artists come to find their voices. Performing up to seven shows a week, the company is known for its
In 1973 fourteen sculptors founded this gallery exclusively for the exhibition of contemporary sculpture. Shows change about every four weeks and emphasize both figurative and abstract work.
This theater company seeks to promote visceral work that will engage the audience. It usually performs two plays a year.
This staffed booth near the Amtrak ticketing area of New York Penn Station is open daily.
3-Legged Dog is a hybrid media/theater company that produces original works which utilize new digital imaging technologies.
401 Projects is a noncommercial photography gallery in the West Village, created as an exhibition space to showcase the work of both emerging and well-established artists.
Founded in 1981, the 52nd Street Project introduces young people (ages 9 to 18) from the Clinton neighborhood to the business and craft of theater production through playwriting workshops, classes
Since 1988, 651 ARTS has been committed to developing, producing and presenting performance and cultural programming rooted in the African Diaspora, with a primary focus on contemporary performing
Through models, renderings, films and images the Preview Site provides the public an opportunity to learn about the future National 9/11 Memorial and Museum and to view construction progress at the
The 92nd Street Y is a hybrid institution with the attributes of both a performing arts center and a college. The Young Men's Hebrew Association was founded in 1874 to assist immigrants.