New York City is home to more than 700 art galleries; 380 nonprofit theater companies; 330 dance companies; 131 museums; 96 orchestras; 40 Broadway theaters; 15 major concert halls; five zoos; five botanical gardens; and one aquarium. Start exploring today!
Leslie + Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art Presents Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community
On display from January 17 through March 16, this exhibition of international LGBTQ artists presents work made using various thread-based materials and processes.
P-Credit Courses at Materials for the Arts
Materials for the Arts offers P-Credit courses for teachers. In these studio-style classes, teachers learn how to creatively reuse materials to make engaging projects for lessons in all content areas. Upcoming courses include Project Based Learning: Reuse in English Language Arts starting on March 1, and Paper: From Pulp to Fiction starting on April 26.
Celebrate Black History Month in New York City
Cultural organizations across the city are planning exhibitions, events and other programming in honor of Black History Month. Pictured above, Batoto Yetu performs “Tribute to our Heroes” on February 8.
The Hebrew Home at Riverdale Presents The Politics of Paint: Landscape Painting in the Soviet Union, 1953-1963
On view from February 9 through April 20, this exhibition of 14 paintings is drawn from the Hebrew Home’s extensive collection of mid-century Soviet art.