Community Arts

Sign up for our Performing Arts Summer Day Camp serving ages 8-13!

The Community Arts program offers adults and youth opportunities to experience and participate in the arts through original and professional-caliber performing and visual arts events, as well as workshops, classes, lectures and partnerships with renowned arts organizations in New York City.

Community Arts events take place at the Bernie Wohl Center at Columbus Avenue and West 91st Street. The Center's versatile auditorium serves as a concert hall, theater in the round, dance performance space, art gallery and film venue.

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Upcoming

April 29, 11am
Soul Brunch: Eggs and Music with Blake Whyte and quartet
The singer and songwriter performs with Curtis Steward, Violin; Amanda Gookin, Cello; and Conor Meehan, Drums
Tickets and Information

May 1, 7pm
"Lady Capulet" by Melissa Bell, presented by 29th Street Playwrights Collective New Works Series

May 6, 11am
New York City Ballet Workshop, $5 first child, $2 each additional; adults free. Join the dancers of New York City Ballet in a fun-filled family workshop, where participants will learn choreography inspired by the ballet "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Recommended for families with children ages 4 to 8. Come to the workshop and receive a complimentary ticket to the performance of "A Magical Midsummer" on Saturday, May 27 at 11am at Lincoln Center.
To RSVP, call 212-799-9400 x205  

May 7, 4pm
Afternoon Tea with Writers: Meet New York Writers Workshop Instructors. Enjoy tea and treats and chat with the writers who will be teaching classes during the spring session beginning May 24.
RSVP: communityarts@goddard.org

May 7, 11, 12, and 13
In Scena Italian Theater Festival  
Tickets and Information  

Ongoing

Mindful Meditation Classes 
Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30 pm with Keri Badach
Information and Registration

For Children

Register for Performing Arts Camp, July 5-August 17!

Ballet and Modern Dance Classes, Ages 8-11 
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 4-5:15pm through June 1. 
For information and to register, call 212-799-9400.