The 1928 theater will soon host a variety of events, including music, comedy and boxing.
The theater was housed in a Romanesque Revival church originally built in 1864.
Bed-Stuy Restoration Corporation announced as its first executive director for arts and culture.
Galapagos Art Space is moving into a 600,000-square-foot space in Detroit.
Tom Fruin, creator of DUMBO's famed Watertower atop 20 Jay St., will also unveil his latest piece.
The third annual Harvest Festival will take place in the East Village this weekend.
The Water Tank Project plans to cover 100 tanks with art to raise awareness about clean drinking water.
The murals contain images ranging from skylines to paper airplanes.
Teen artists designed the art now up on Junius Street.
The pillars at the underpass by 135th Street and Lincoln Avenue are now filled with bright colors.
Artists plan to transform empty spaces into dance and multimedia stages by using vacant storefronts.
From movie nights to music festivals, DNAinfo has rounded up some of Red Hook's best summer events.
The events come from a Bronx Museum of the Arts and New York Restoration Project partnership.
The month-long event is a celebration of African-American artists in the neighborhood.
FiveMyles gallery is accepting applications for its fifth-annual program for emerging local artists.
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