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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.
Henry Street Settlement was founded in 1893 to provide health and human services to immigrant populations on Manhattan's Lower East Side.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, recognized by U.S.
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
Founded in the largely Russian neighborhood of Brighton in
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.
The Center for Architecture Foundation (CFAF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting public awareness, understanding and appreciation of architecture, design and the built environment.
Staten Island's largest performing arts center hosts a variety of performances‚ everything from percussion ensembles to Frank Sinatra tributes‚ in its five theaters and lecture halls.
Covenant Ballet Theatre of Brooklyn incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 2007 but was founded in 1987 by choreographer and teacher Marla Hirokawa to allow her students to perform a