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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
Alaska House, New York (AHNY) offers a wide range of programs—including art exhibitions, concerts, film screenings, lectures and symposia—that shed light on the vitality of the Alaska
Formerly the American Tap Dance Orchestra, ATDF was founded in 1986 by master tap dancers Brenda Bufalino, Tony Waag, and the late Charles "Honi" Coles.
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
Since 1968, the Bay Ridge Festival of the Arts (first called the Union Church Art Show) has been a cultural force in the local community as well as a supporter of arts in schools and of students wh
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 Clarion Music Society is a period-instrument orchestra committed to performing lost or neglected works from the 18th and 19th centuries in addition to well-known masterworks from these periods
In 2009 the Esopus Foundation, publisher of the semi-annual arts magazine Esopus, moved into a 500-square-foot space to host both exhibitions and events.
The Gabarron Foundation-Carriage House Center for the Arts is a nonprofit institution and international center specializing in contemporary art exhibitions among other cultural activities.
The Greenbelt is Staten Island's largest physical feature, a 2,800-acre expanse of woodlands, wetlands and open fields that stretches through the middle of the borough.
The center’s programs, intended to bring the rich cultures of the five Nordic nations (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden) to New York, include art and design exhibitions, film screen