Look at some of the most talked about new buildings in all corners of the city and see how fantastic new architecture is changing New York’s cityscape.
Join for live music and singing as we explore Porter’s life, works and major contributions to musical theater.
In this interactive program, discover the genius of Beethoven, Brahms, Wagner, Berlioz, Tchaikovsky and more in music from your favorite movies and memories!
A high-quality early childhood program offers your child the opportunity to grow socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually as part of a group.
We explore how these four great Post-Impressionists approached their art, their great debt to Japanese art, and how their works laid the foundation for modern art in the 20th century.
Take a visual tour of some of the best, including the Irish Hunger Memorial and Mariners’ Memorial in Battery Park City; Big Red Swing at 49th and Third; the painted murals in Bemelmans Bar which recall the prehistoric cave paintings in France; Nathan Hale’s bronze face in City Hall Park and many more.
Barbara Reich offers strategies for staying ahead of the curve.
Watch favorite clips as you learn about one of the most popular stars of all time.
This class is open to all levels.
Learn the key elements to photograph what is closest to your heart your family.
Learn what parents can do for children ages 2–5 to help them develop resilance, self-reliance, self regulation, and empathy.
In this class, young authors learn the basic elements of storytelling, description and dialogue as they write and illustrate their own books!
Students learn about beginning piano technique, music notation, sight-reading and more.
This fun exploratory class brings favorite children’s stories to life.
Children will strengthen muscles, increase flexibility, develop musicality and rhythmic awareness, and begin to use basic ballet vocabulary.