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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
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.
Under the direction of founder, artistic director and choreographer Frankie Martinez, the ABAKUÁ Afro-Latin Company was founded in 2000.
At its home in Jamaica, Queens, the Afrikan Poetry Theatre presents a roster of wide-ranging cultural activities of interest to its largely African-American constituents, including music performanc
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,
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
The Brooklyn Arts Exchange mirrors its borough: a small-scale alternative with a strong emphasis on innovation in the arts, where the winds can blow from any part of the globe or any style of
Since its founding in 1924, the Blue Hill Troupe has raised nearly $3 million dollars for New York City charities through its high-quality theater performances.
Founded in 1967, the Bronx Opera Company seeks to introduce the operatic experience to the uninitiated, while at the same time providing meaningful opportunities for outstanding performers to furth
Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC), founded in 1966, is the umbrella organization serving Brooklyn artists and arts groups in all disciplines, and providing residents with affordable access to the arts.
Founded in 1934 by two New York City public school teachers, Casita Maria was the first charitable organization to serve the Hispanic population in New York City.