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The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council is offering a nine-month residency program.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Fountain House Gallery's exposition at 702 Ninth Ave. runs through Dec. 23.

West Village »

The flea market has been a tradition for the artists' building for more than three decades.

SoHo »

Councilwoman Chin wants to "preserve the unique character of artistic districts, like SoHo and NoHo."

East Village »

Principal Alan Wilkinson started an artists-in-residence program at an East Village school.

Upper West Side »

Curtis Wallin has created a mythic world called "Wallindia" for an ongoing interactive art project.

Bushwick »

"Let's invest in ways to make it more harmonious than it's been," the developer said.

SoHo »

It took five tries, but Once Upon a Tart got the OK from Community Board 2 for its application.

Mott Haven »

ArtCondo wants to buy space in Mott Haven to build studios, a gallery and green roof.

Lower East Side »

More than 40 pieces donated by Lower East Side artists and galleries will be up for auction on Dec. 14.


Tom Fruin, creator of DUMBO's famed Watertower atop 20 Jay St., will also unveil his latest piece.

Crown Heights »

The creators of Global Square want artists and neighbors to see what will be a theater, gallery and bar.

Crown Heights »

At least 30 portraits will be exhibited on Washington and Franklin avenues.

East Village »

First Street Green is looking for six to eight murals to install in mid-September.

Bed-Stuy »

The art fair at Fulton Park in Bed-Stuy celebrates African heritage and culture.