As COVID-19 restrictions are slowly eased, it's time to see theatre safely once again. Before Broadway reopens in the fall, take the summer to experience as many Off-Broadway productions as you can. Read our latest blog post for our curated list of theaters and productions to visit over the next month.
Many Village institutions are now transitioning their programming to a virtual format so that you can enjoy the arts from the safety of your own home. Indulge in short films picked by the IFC staff. Explore the Village's virtual exhibits, from historic landmarks like the Merchant House Museum to galleries featuring modern paintings and sculpture like the New York Studio School. Gain inspiration from Bowery Poetry's open mics. And, get lost in the nostalgia of GVSHP's best cinematic film guide and essential reading list on Greenwich Village history.
Archtober, NYC’s architecture and design month features hundreds of events, tours, and exhibitions organized by the Center for Architecture in collaboration with over 80 partners and sponsors. The ninth-annual installment of Archtober gathers events ranging from daily building tours and lectures by design experts, to architecture-themed competitions and parties.
Greenwich Village has long been synonymous with new ideas, creation and innovation. It is also home to some of the world’s best universities and schools producing the next generation of talent and ingenuity.
Since its inception over fifty years ago, the New York Studio School’s Evening Lecture Series has provided a forum for community involvement, discourse and exchange in the visual arts.
With Halloween right around the corner, don't miss the Merchant House Museum's ghostly happenings.
Don't miss these great September classes and workshops in Greenwich Village.
Find home to an industrial research center, part of the Manhattan Project and an artist community in the West Village.
There’s nothing better than Spring in Greenwich Village.
The New York Studio School celebrated 50 years in September, but the building has been home to some of America's best art since the 1930s.