Greenwich House Celebrates Women Artists With Community Concert Series

Now entering its fourth year, the Uncharted Concert Series at Greenwich House Music School has emerged as one of New York's most exciting and unpredictable live concert series, drawing attention from tastemakers and curators from across the city. Every Uncharted performance features New York City-based artists premiering new projects or meeting with new collaborators for the first time on stage. Past featured performances include a piano duo by Aaron Diehl and Dan Tepfer, a collaboration between Marc Ribot and Emeline Michel, Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings guitarist Binky Griptite, Sony Masterworks recording artist Bria Skonberg, acclaimed harpist Brandee Younger, vocalist Deva Mahal, jazz trumpeter Steven Bernstein and Broadway's Grace McLean (The Great Comet).    Read More»

Greenwich House Raises the Bar, Literally, With New Taste After-Party Cocktail Competition

What do a bar on the 65th floor of Rockefeller Center, a New York Fashion Week hang out and a restaurant deemed one of the ten most romantic in the world have in common?   Read More»

Theater Company Ars Nova Finds New Home in Greenwich Village

Following a year-long search, Ars Nova has been selected by Greenwich House as their new partner and operator of the historic, 199-seat Greenwich House Theater located on the ground floor of Greenwich House’s 27 Barrow Street building. In addition to operating and filling the beloved venue with new work by its emerging artists, Ars Nova will work with Greenwich House on new community engagement and educational initiatives that will deepen the mission of both non-profit organizations.

Ars Nova will occupy the Greenwich House Theater beginning in early 2019. The stage will become the primary venue for Ars Nova’s award-winning, Off-Broadway premiere productions. The move allows Ars Nova to expose its emerging artists to a growing audience base, increases the technical capabilities of its home theater to keep pace with the big dreams of its world premiere artists, and fully dedicate its current theater on 54th Street to the discovery and development of new talent. 

“Ars Nova is thrilled to have been selected to operate the Greenwich House Theater, which will become our new home base for our Off-Broadway premieres,” said Jason Eagan, the Founding Artistic Director of Ars Nova. “This will, in turn, stimulate our work of discovering and developing talent by freeing up space in our own jewel-box theater on 54th Street, where we will be able to increase our services to our artist community and expand our year-round programming. At the same time, this mission-driven partnership gives us an ideal platform to partner on arts education initiatives. Together, Ars Nova and Greenwich House can ensure that our resources are used to launch the careers of extraordinarily deserving early-career artists; as well as foster and develop arts appreciation and aspiration among the youngest of our next generation.”
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New Partnership Brings Digital Photography to Seniors

Beginning January 9, 2018, Greenwich House, in partnership with Lifetime Arts, will add Photography 101 to its roster of senior citizen health, wellness, arts and education classes. The inaugural class will be a nine-week course held at Greenwich House’s Judith C. White Senior Center at 27 Barrow Street. During the term students will delve into photographic history, aesthetics and techniques and have ample time to practice their photography using digital cameras.    Read More»

Does Giving Tuesday Matter?

Since its inception in 2012, Giving Tuesday has become one in a slew of kitschy named days in the week following Thanksgiving that includes Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday.   Read More»

Remembering Nicholas Cleves

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Step Down Recovery Program comes to Greenwich House

Greenwich House’s Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program provides individuals dependent on opioids, including heroin, with high-quality, personalized care to help overcome their addictions.  Read More»

Greenwich House Music School Reveals Lesser-Known

At the six-way intersection of 7th Avenue South, Bleecker Street, and Barrow Street, many changes have been unfolding this summer, some more subtle than others. Seemingly endless jackhammering from the installation of fiber optic service, of-fering to dramatically transform the neighborhood’s telecommunications system, has dominated the area for most of the sea-son. However, down sleepy Barrow Street, a refreshing transformation has taken hold at Greenwich House Music School.   Read More»

Housing a Legend: Alice Mackler’s Residency

Since 1909, Greenwich House Pottery has fostered some of the most prominent artists in New York City, from Jackson Pollock to Ghada Amer. Today, it houses the brilliant Alice Mackler.  Read More»

How to Cure the Opioid Epidemic

Since the 2000s, following mass over-prescription of opioid painkillers, opioid abuse has become rampant throughout the country and especially severe in New York City. The New York City’s Mayor’s Office reports that in 2016, about 1,300 individuals died from drug overdoses, more than any year on record. Of these deaths, approximately 80% involved an opioid. Alongside heroin, the synthetic drug fentanyl has been responsible for the deaths of many New Yorkers.   Read More»


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