Art & Theater Programs

Bronx River Art Center Offering Fall Virtual Art Classes

If you’re looking for some virtual activities for this Fall, the Bronx River Art Center is once again offering online classes for the fall season. There are even some youth and parent classes available for a fun bonding experience! Classes start October 5th and run through December 19th on Zoom. See the Fall classes below: Fall Virtual Classes October 5th – December 19th Mondays  4pm to 6pm: Learn To Draw

Family Art Projects Return to Wave Hill in October

The Family Art Project team at Wave Hill is thrilled to be able to begin to welcome families back onsite–carefully–in October, with projects closely tuned to the season. Guests will be exploring plant myths, what it means to love the land and giving special attention to Indigenous People’s Day (October 12) and Remembrance Day for Lost Species (November 30). As always, the program will be offered Saturday and Sunday mornings,

Online Family Affair with the Bronx Museum

FAMILY AFFAIR: BRING THE MUSEUM HOME! SATURDAY, JULY 25, 2:00PM – 3:00PM Join us for an afternoon of art making activities you can do from your home! You must register to attend. We will send a link and password to enter this online event to all registered families. Recommended for ages 4 to 12 with parent/caregiver FREE Please pre-register to receive link!

Hot Peas ’N Butter Online Event with Hostos

Check out this free online event on Saturday June 27th hosted by Hostos’ Center for the Arts & Culture. FREE ONLINE EVENT Saturday, June 27, 11.00 a.m. Available through Facebook Live! facebook.com/HostosCenterfortheArtsCulture   Hot Peas ‘N Butter is a children’s musical group that incorporates elements of traditional Latin music, Afro-Caribbean rhythms, jazz, folk, and rock. By combining an interactive, invigorating approach to performance with multicultural music, it has developed a

Check Out the New Bronx Council on the Arts Building

Last week we stopped in at the new Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA) building in Westchester Square to tour the new facility and enjoy one of their Artists Talks. Located at 2700 East Tremont Avenue, the new headquarters will be a resource for local artists and writers, and host various events each month. To check out upcoming events, visit www.bronxarts.org/events. The facility is three floors- with modern touches. The

Bronx Arts Ensemble and Children’s Theatre Company at Lehman College Bringing Children’s Musical Series to Bronx Public Libraries

Bronx Arts Ensemble and the Children’s Theatre Company at Lehman College will perform several performances of each of three musicals this spring at local branches of the New York Public Library in a newly official and ongoing partnership. These musicals have a long history with the Bronx Arts Ensemble, going back to the first performance of Peter and the Wolf in 1980, and in recent years the musical series has

Lincoln Center's Family-Linc Program Registration

We’re super excited to share registration info once again for Lincoln Center’s Family Linc program! This awesome program gives families the opportunity to participate in free and low cost events! Here is a little more information below: Family-Linc invites families from the five boroughs of New York City to see performances at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Families simply submit their application and enjoy performances in Dance, Theater and

Bronx Art Exhibit On View in Central Park

  From June until August, there will be a little bit of the Bronx in Central Park. Artist David Flores’ Nueva Bronx: 21st Century Families will be on view at The Arsenal Gallery in Central Park until August 30th. See below for more information. WHEN:                      June 13 – August 30, 2019 TIME:                       

Check Out These Eight New Sculptures in Starlight Park

  NYC Parks and the Bronx River Arts Center have put together a yearlong exhibition called “River Rising/Sube el Rio: An Exposition of Science, Art and Technology” in Starlight Park. Located at 177th Street and Devoe Avenue, the exhibit consists of eight sculptures by 15 artists informed by the 1918 Bronx International Exposition of Science, Arts and Industries, which took place on this same site 100 years ago. This is