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Financial District »

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.

DUMBO »

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.