Abrons Arts Center
Abrons Arts Center Vimeo Performance Archive: Abrons has made their performance documentation public on their Vimeo page. Each video has provided contact and donation information for the artists whose work you are viewing.
Artists Alliance Inc
A Light Without Shadow, May 11 through June 17: Artists Alliance turned to their community of alumni with a simple request: what might be the larger (perhaps less overt) implications of the era of quarantine? Throughout the months of May and June, AAI will post their reflections of shared humanity, of remembrance, of release, of healing, and of truth. It is our hope that this series will offer our community a new lens through which we can understand this period of time.
Arts for Art
Screening Vision: A new digital venture digging deep into the Arts for Art and Vision Festival archives to highlight great performances and discussions from 25 years of programs. New videos are posted on our Youtube channel Tuesday through Sunday. Subscribe to receive updates when we post new videos.
AFA On_Line Salon: weekly online music salons featuring various musicians
Daily online poetry readings and workshops via IG – announced via Instagram @bowerypoetry
Two free 15 minute guided mediations available at 12:30pm on Wednesdays (English) and Fridays (Spanish) via Instagram Live – @theclemente
Creative Time Comics 2020: features a new commissioned artist each week to create a timely and original comic as a rapid response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, features an array of international voices, offering a global perspective on the crisis. The resulting works will be released on Creative Time’s Instagram account weekly, and featured on our website and other social media platforms.
DP TV for virtual literary, dance, variety arts, and theater programs… new live streams added and pre-recorded events weekly!
East Village Community Coalition
Saving History: Community Advocacy in the East Village – Touring the streets surrounding Tompkins Square Park, we look at moments in time where the actions of neighbors, activists and local organizations helped change the course of history, letting personal recollection guide us through these sites. Learn how constant advocacy through zoning, historic districts and landmarking efforts helps ensure the survival of small businesses, spaces of community, and architectural identity in the East Village.
Hero Next Door shout outs in the LES (simple submission)
Contribute to the People’s LES online archive — a people’s history of stories, articles, photos, and projects
Online archive: Digital archive of past events, digital collections,publications and initiatives
International Center of Photography
Online course catalog: ICP offers a variety of Continuing Education classes online, including digital workflows, writing about photography, and documentary practice, for imagemakers of all levels.
Online courses, workshops, and events: Various online open houses, workshops, and classes offered daily.
La MaMa Livestreams: La MaMa is working with CultureHub to provide online streaming of select productions and events on Howlround Theatre Commons.
Mabou Mines is streaming past archival footage via their website and Instagram.
Virtual Dance Classes offered daily taught by a variety of teachers.
Moving for Life
Free online dance classes and lectures.
Museum at Eldridge Street
Offering online classes, story-time, concerts from their archive.
Learning from Home: dose of history and culture (and fun) to add richness to your family’s experience at home.
Museum of Chinese in America
Digital Tours and Audio Guides of the museum
Oral History Archive featuring video interviews from MOCA’s Journey Wall collection
Collections Online with 35,000 digitized images from MOCA’s archives,
Digital learning resources: MOCA Heroes magazines, the My MOCA Story social media video series, MOCA Talks webcasts
Listen With MOCA, our new website that tells the history of the Chinese in America through music, sound, playlists, and virtual cassettes.
New York NeoFuturists
Hit Play hear a selection of new Neo-Futurist experiments in audio every Saturday and Sunday until they’re back performing The Infinite Wrench. Join their Patreon to get exclusive access to new NY Neo-Futurist short films and extra digital content.
New York Theatre Workshop
Masterclass @ 3: Members of NYTW’s artistic community will be leading master classes on directing, writing, performance and beyond on Monday afternoons.
Workshop Wednesdays: Fireside Chats and Afterwards: Informal conversations with artists from the NYTW community.
Various online events: workshops, talks, open mics and more!
Nuyorican Poets Cafe
Weekly open mics // Virtual Mic Challenges on their Instagram page, with weekly poetry prompts, encouraging participants to record and post a poem (5 minutes or less) about the prompt.
House Party: performance and publication series out of The Poetry Project with readings, songs, dances, writings and prompts from the past, present, and future. Within each issue, is a living list of resources, emergency grants, and other recommendations.
Poems and Texts: online archive of poetry by poets featured in Poetry Project readings
Queer | Art
Various online events, workshops, and talks – usually announced via Instagram – @queerart
The Tenement Museum
Digital Exhibit: The Census: Reading Between the Lines and Beyond Statistics: Living in a Pandemic
Virtual Live Events: Weekly virtual live events including book talks, cooking demos, guided activities for kids and families, panel discussions and more. You can view video recordings of past virtual live events.
Objects of Comfort: As the current crisis becomes a part of our history, will the objects that bring you comfort today become a part of your family’s history?Upload your own story with our easy-to-use interactive form. You can add photos of your chosen object and your family, and even upload an audio file such as a song, prayer, or description of your object. Your page will be accessible using your own unique URL, so you can always find it online and share it with friends and family.
Exclusive Behind the Scenes: Exclusive section of the website where you’ll find in-depth, behind the scenes articles previously available only our Museum members.
Life in a Tenement: Meet the former residents of our two historic buildings and find out what life was life in a tenement.
Life on the Lower East Side: Explore the history of the iconic Lower East Side, long considered a beacon for newcomers to America.
Featured Podcast Episodes: Hear the American stories not shared in your standard history book on featured episodes of “How To Be American,” a Tenement Museum Podcast.
Featured Tenement Talks: Watch in-depth panel discussions featuring experts on a wide range of topics.
Remote Learning: Browse reading and writing activities, listening and watching activities, interactive games, and more.
Blog Series: Stories past and present, behind-the-scenes access to the Museum, and more!
Tompkins Square Library
Online reading groups, yoga classes, workshops for adult and children
Online conversations, workshops, and dives into local history via Zoom; go to website for current schedule
Building Blocks: Take a tour and explore the East Village online.