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Welcome to the New NYStateArts.org
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
Largely known as a sculptor, Angel Orensanz has developed a multidisciplinary body of work since the early 1990s, embracing elements of performance, conceptual art and video that often carry a mark
Art for Change is a nonprofit that provides a forum for creating innovative art and media programs that inspire people to take an active role in social justice.
Artichoke Dance Company creates unique dance works, presents public performances and offers participatory educational experiences in dance and dance making which aim to develop physical, creative,
Artists in the Kitchen is a nonprofit that coordinates the biannual Hell's Kitchen Artist Studio Tour.
This all-volunteer organization promotes and supports local artists, serves the community at large through arts education and creative accessibility, and organizes all residents and stakeholders in
Founded in 1875 by artists, for artists, the Art Students League of New York provides affordable studio-based art education of the highest quality to anyone with the interest in making art.
The center's arts and events program encompasses approximately 45 music and dance performances, six visual arts exhibits and six festivals yearly.
One of the city’s oldest public spaces, this 25-acre park on landfill at the tip of Manhattan and the confluence of the Hudson and East Rivers is the largest park in Lower Manhattan.
The Bronx Council on the Arts provides an array of services to 5,000 artists and more than 250 arts and community-based organizations.
Central Park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, America's greatest landscape architect, and Calvert Vaux in 1858.