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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.
Alice Tully Hall is home to the Chamber Music Society and the Great Performers series. The New York Film Festival is also held annually at Alice Tully Hall.
Alwan for the Arts serves the Arab, North African and Middle Eastern communities and educates the broader public by showcasing a range of cultural events to enrich cross-cultural and artistic encou
ACMA (The Amateur Classical Musicians Association) was founded in September 2007 to provide opportunities for nonprofessional (but dedicated) classical musicians to play solo and ensemble works in
Some 35,000 Native Americans representing 70 aboriginal nations live in New York City.
Americas Society (AS) is the premier forum dedicated to education, debate and dialogue about issues in Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada.
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
Art for Change is a nonprofit that provides a forum for creating innovative art and media programs that inspire people to take an active role in social justice.
At the heart of the Asia Society's permanent collection is a superb group of masterworks donated by John D. Rockefeller III, who founded the society in 1956.
After World War II, Austria set up cultural centers in several world capitals to promote its citizens' contributions to western civilization.