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The events come from a Bronx Museum of the Arts and New York Restoration Project partnership.

Fort Greene »

The month-long event is a celebration of African-American artists in the neighborhood.

Crown Heights »

FiveMyles gallery is accepting applications for its fifth-annual program for emerging local artists.

Bed-Stuy »

DIVAS for Social Justice is sending a group of kids aged 9 to 14 to a robotics tournament on Saturday.

Crown Heights »

Ninety exhibits of handmade fine crafts and art will be featured at the Brooklyn Museum this December.

Fort Greene »

BRIC Arts is set to open their new space in the old Strand Theatre at 647 Fulton St. this fall.


Festival-goers can help make art with picnic blankets and see a ship with sails made by kids.

Fort Greene »

The festival is nine days long, supporting black-owned businesses.

Corona »

Single show tickets are now on sale for the season.

Cobble Hill »

The Cobble Hill children's center will soon leave their Smith Street studio.

Greenwich Village »

Burn the midnight oil at one of these student-friendly spots Downtown.

Union Square »

The Clinton School for Writers and Artists will expand into a high school if it gets a C grade or higher.

Midtown »

Fourteen high schoolers are building a guide to the boroughs' varied art scenes.

Chelsea »

The festival will celebrate both British and Italian cultures through music, art and food.

Park Slope »

Sara Gonzalez helped bring more than $40,000 for arts programs at P.S. 10.