The Judson Memorial Church is located on Washington Square South between Thompson Street and Sullivan Street, opposite Washington Square Park, in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of the New York City borough of Manhattan. They are dedicated to providing "spiritual nurture for public capacity."
Sara Curry Preschool at the little missionary’s day nursery is the oldest continuously operating non-sectarian school in New York City.
What you're looking at is a naturally lit, white brick industrial-style space where you can make your magic happen. Amenities include access to our full kitchen, conference table, wicked fast wi-fi, chill zone, and roof garden.
Chinatown Soup is a creative community advancing art, justice, historic preservation, and civic engagement in downtown New York.
Mana Contemporary is a leading arts destination dedicated to celebrating the creative process.Based in a vast former tobacco warehouse, it unites artist studios, exhibition spaces, and ancillary services in a single location, facilitating conversation and collaboration among its burgeoning creative community.
Mana is an easy ten-minute walk from the Journal Square PATH station.
This summer the Poetry Society of New York is teaming up with Think Olio to bring you the New York City Poetry Festival's first annual Tree Stump University, an outdoor educational venue for adults.
Brooklyn Art Library is home to The Sketchbook Project collection in its physical form. Our walls are lined with shelves that hold the tens of thousands of sketchbooks currently in the collection, created by artists from around the world. The library serves as a reading room where you can get cozy and spend an afternoon enjoying artwork in a hands-on experience with the help of our librarians.
The mission of The Morgan Library & Museum is to preserve, build, study, present, and interpret a collection of extraordinary quality, in order to stimulate enjoyment, excite the imagination, advance learning, and nurture creativity.
Classical, jazz & electronic music showcased in an intimate theater with a modern, unfussy vibe.
The Assemblage is a custom-designed, flexible, and dedicated coworking space to support work, creativity and well-being. Their unique workspaces foster growth and innovation for businesses that align impact with capital. Their aim is to help ignite the collective imagination of what might be and to generate knowledge that expands the realm of the possible.
This historic site is Park Slope's unofficial town square -- a cultural center and learning environment with native gardens and recreational spaces.
The Commons goal is to foster discussion and dialogue across a wide political spectrum and among disparate groups.
Prime Produce is a guild for social good, where we practice the craft of intentionally serving others through our work. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit and a membership cooperative. We are an intentional community for work.
Blender workspace is a hospitality focused luxury workspace catering to established professionals who value thoughtful design and an elevated work experience
The Nassau County Museum of Art (NCMA) is located 20 miles east of New York City on the former Frick "Clayton" Estate, a 145-acre property in Roslyn Harbor in the heart of Long Island’s Gold Coast.
Trees, ping pong, checkers, grass to lie in, fresh air, and the occasional passing freight train.
Living Room Salons are members only and take place in an apartment to provide an intimate learning environment.
The Rare Book Room at Strand Bookstore boasts an elegant venue for our Friday night residency.
The BAM Fisher Hillman Studio is a large performance and event space in BAM Fisher.
Round K is a New Coffee Shop at 99 Allen St. with a Korean twist.
This is our gorgeous home up in Wassaic, NY. We hold weekend seminars and welcome members of our scenius for creative residencies and projects. It is located less than a 20 min walk from the Metro North station in Wassaic and 2 hours from Grand Central. We are the proud neighbors of the Wassaic Project.
Hip, late-night beer hall featuring microbrews & food vendors in a spacious, industrial-chic venue. Classes will be held in the private room.
Chandelier is a creative, media, and
branded entertainment agency.
Nitehawk offers diverse, thoughtful, and engaging programming through our brunch, midnite, and signature series that honor cinema’s past with ongoing repertory screenings and support the future of filmmaking with screenings of new independent films.
Strong Rope Brewery creates handcrafted local and organic ales featuring seasonal offerings that will use the freshest vegetables, fruits, herbs, and spices showcasing the New York State farmers and malters we work with to create great tasting beer.
Pioneer Works is a center for research and experimentation in contemporary culture.
Through a broad range of educational programs, performances, arts and science residencies, and exhibitions, Pioneer Works seeks to transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries, foster community, and provide a space where alternative modes of thought are supported and activated in tangible ways.
Williamsburg’s first indoor year-round food hall & retail market features permanent & pop-up concepts in a variety of settings. An innovative platform for established & emerging brands to showcase their goods & services. Providing a space for community members to come together for sustenance, inspiration and to reestablish human connectivity.
Brooklyn Museum celebrates the cultural vibrancy of our local communities and helps build meaningful relationships that elevate and strengthen them.
IDIO is a contemporary art gallery and performance space located between iron and auto workshops in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The 100-year-old space was once a horse barn, a muralist headquarters and a rave dungeon. The space aims to foster iconoclastic arts, challenging thought and the experience of freedom in a time of consumerist conformity.
Situated behind an airy, bustling flower shop, Cafe Erzulie's aqua walls and abundant potted plants bring to mind tropical climates, making it easy to forget the clatter of the JMZ train above the cafe's Broadway Avenue location.
St. John's episcopal remains a multiracial community, welcoming all people and rejoicing in their diversity of age, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and cultural background.
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