An Alternative Guide to Art in NYC

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Interior of the Museum at Eldridge Street in Chinatown Interior of the Museum at Eldridge Street in Chinatown (Photo by Peter Aaron)

There is a lot of art and culture to see in New York beyond the museums of the Upper East Side and the galleries of Chelsea. WNYC is exploring several neighborhoods this summer to find some local gems. Click on the pins of this map to find more about them.


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Comments [4]

Miss. Cage from Brooklyn

I can't believe the Abington House Art Park Series running this summer on Wednesdays from 6-9pm at 29th St and 10th Ave in Manhattan didn't make the list. Doing you all a favor by sharing this link: It's got local artists, bands and food trucks! What could be better?

Jul. 28 2014 09:40 AM
James Wallace from Hell's Kitchen

WNYC neglected to mention some very important arts players not in Chelsea. Our business neighbor is INTAR, an important non-profit theater whose motto is "Producing Latino Voices since 1966." INTAR produces multiple plays a season at 500 West 52nd Street. Also check out Fountain Gallery, a non-profit visual arts gallery exhibiting the art of artists living and working with mental illness. 702 9th Ave at West 48th St.

Jul. 28 2014 08:18 AM
Steve Jones Daughs from Staten Island

The NY Arts and Culture Map singles out specialty venues, but in doing so fails to indicate the Every Thing Goes Book Cafe on Staten Island is a popular music and art venue that also has food. If the map can allow more than one feature of a venue to be indicated, you might want to improve it as regards Every Thing Goes.
Otherwise, thank you for the great map!

Jul. 22 2014 03:17 PM
Kurt Thometz from Jumel Terrace Books

The bookshop's name is "Jumel Terrace Books", is located at 426 West 160th Street, between St. Nicholas and Edgecombe Avenues and is open by appointment and serendipity:

Jun. 21 2014 07:02 PM

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