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Mainspring Collective is a group of theater artists devoted to the exploration and presentation of the experiences that drive people apart and pull them together.
The Mark Morris Dance Group was formed in 1980 and gave its first concert that year in New York City. The company’s touring schedule steadily expanded to include cities both in the U.S.
Marquis Studio seeks to foster a greater partnership between artists and classroom teachers.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Concert Series presents free musical concerts that reflect the African-American contribution to our cultural heritage.
MATA's annual festival presents new music by emerging artists from around the world. Over four nights in March and April 2009, audiences will hear music by some of today's best up-and-coming
With exhibits, programs for schools and families and performances, this museum tucked in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Cobble Hill promotes electronic and cyber art.
Mister Artsee is a vintage ice-cream truck, completely transformed into a wondrous mobile art laboratory that can travel city streets, hosting a wide array of engaging projects: installations, soun
This three-level, three-bar rock venue located in the uber-hip Brooklyn neighborhood of its namesake boasts balcony seating and elevated side levels on the ground floor, providing excellen