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For sites based in this locality concerned with subjects such as theater, art, photography, films, music, architecture, dance, libraries, and museums.
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Artists For Israel International
Scripture translation, library of new books and materials, TV production company, a television program, a recording company, an improvisational comedy company, a repertory acting company, a publishing house, and a yeshiva.
Arts and Business Council Inc.
Promotes partnerships between corporations and nonprofit arts groups.
Arts For Art
Avant-garde jazz, dancers, poets and visual artists.
Broken Arts Restoration
A company that restores antique, heirloom and collectible objects.
The City Review
e-Zine devoted to Manhattan affairs and the arts with a strong emphasis on architecture, planning, real estate, museums, books and consumer technology.
Clown Magic Party Entertainment
Full service party company, including clowns and magicians. Brochure available.
Dia Center for the Arts
A multi-disciplinary contemporary arts organization. Online galleries, downloadable poetry readings. Includes a screen saver from one of their Artists' Projects for the Web series.
Information covers advertising, models, newstand pricing, subscriptions, and events.
A national non-profit artist service organization providing a range of support services for the independent arts community.
Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc.
Avant-garde performance art institution presents The Future of the Present, 22 netcasts of temporal work by performance artists.
French Institute/Alliance Francaise
French language teaching and cultural events (concerts, dance, theatre, lectures); the largest private French library in the U.S.
The Grolier Club
This bibliophile society maintains a research library and produces exhibitions on the art and history of book production. The site describes current and recent exhibits and includes a catalog of the library.
High 5 Tickets to the Arts
Offers tickets to various arts events to students aged 13 to 18.
International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR)
Authentication service for private individuals, art dealers, museums, and other institutions.
Japanese Art Dealers Association of New York
Not-for-profit association that promotes the appreciation, understanding, and collecting of pre-1870 Japanese art. Information about members and notable museum exhibitions of Japanese art is provided.
La Maison Française of NYU
Lectures, symposia, conferences, panel discussions, film and video screenings, art exhibits, concerts, theater productions, and special presentations.
Leo Baeck Institute
Research, study and lecture center whose library and archives offer documentation for the study of the history of German-speaking Jewry.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
The largest cultural complex in the world offers an array of programs every day of the year.
The National Cartoonists Society
Largest organization of professional cartoonists.
New York Foundation for the Arts
Programs in three major areas: grants, education, and services and technology.
A guide to alternative New York arts and entertainment - independent film, off-off-Broadway theater, music, dance, art.
A collective web space for experimental media arts.(arts)
A one-on-one service that helps writers achieve their creative potential and literary goals.
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