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Kaufman Center is the creative community for listeners, learners and performers—people who want music in their lives.
Inspired by the works of early 20th century American playwrights, Keen Company demonstrates that an earnest intent can still be sophisticated.
Named for a West African plant believed to possess spiritual powers, Kenkeleba House is dedicated to the exhibition of artworks by African-American, Latino, Asian-American and Native American artis
Kids Creative seeks to foster confidence, creativity and conflict resolution in youngsters through arts education, particularly in music and theater.
An educational reform and mentoring organization, the Knowledge Project was founded in 1993 as the National Children's Writing Campaign.
Korea's culture past and present is explored here through performance and exhibition programs presented by the Korean Cultural Service, a project of the Consulate General of South Korea.
Founded in 1925 on the 150th anniversary of Thaddeus Kosciuszko's enlistment in the American revolutionary cause, the Kosciusko Foundation is dedicated to increasing American understanding of Polis