Arts Service Orgs


Complementary Assets

David Johnston

From our Director, Eugenie C. Cowan, today’s guest-blogger. “New York City now boasts two spectacular new facilities for our musicians plus those from around the…

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The Dwyer Cultural Center

David Johnston

  As an organization that focuses on workspace solutions for our city’s performing arts community, we were saddened to learn that our colleagues at the…

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A Day of Over 1,000 Outdoor Concerts

David Johnston

  On the first day of summer, instead of the usual din of car horns, alarms and such, every corner of New York City will…

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Start with a Bang!

David Johnston

It’s that time of the year again … the River to River Festival! And on Sunday June 17th, it begins with the amazing Bang on…

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“The Best Way to Do It is Together” – The Queens Jazz OverGround

David Johnston

Our friends Amanda Monaco and Mark Wade (founders of the Long Island City Jazz Alliance) have joined forces with fellow jazz musicians Brian Woodruff and…

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The Brooklyn Jazz Underground Festival

David Johnston

Tis the season for NYC summer music festivals, and so many to choose from! One of the many that we’re excited about is the Brooklyn…

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A Day at the Aaron Copland School of Music, Queens College

David Johnston

  Earlier this week, we had the pleasure of participating in the Aaron Copland School of Music’s Career & Internship Fair. If you’ve never been…

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Breakfast with the Long Island City Jazz Alliance

David Johnston

  Been to Long Island City lately? While many of us are aware that Long Island City is home to a number of world-class cultural…

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Alliance of Artists Communities, Minding the Gap

David Johnston

I spent Friday morning at Dance/USA’s 2012 Dance Forum, a pre-conference event at APAP. This event was at the Hilton New York, so bright and…

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Huffington Post and Gina Gibney

David Johnston

We have known Gina Gibney for years, and she’s been a trusted resource for information and advice.  Some months ago, we took a tour of…

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