The New Deal Cafe is nestled in historic Roosevelt Center in the heart of Old Greenbelt.
The Corner Store incorporated as a nonprofit arts center in 2002, where the work of actors, playwrights, musicians, filmmakers, artists, poets and chefs are regularly showcased.
Recalling the charm of a bygone era, the Arts Barn is a beautifully renovated stable that once housed horses on the former Tschiffely estate. Today, the Arts Barn is part of "Arts on the Green," the City’s premier visual and performing arts center. In addition to a 99-seat theater, the Arts Barn offers rotating art exhibits, artists-in-residence studios, visual and performing arts classes for children and adults, and a gift shop featuring artist-made items.
Each year, the ALSCW holds an Annual Conference in a major city of North America, with panels covering a wide range of literary topics, and, often, presentations in film, music, and theater.
Concert venue on the second floor of a historic townhouse presents jazz and classical performances.
The Four Hour Day Lutherie is a home for hands-on practice of the creative arts. They host musical performances, craft custom stringed instruments, and teach workshops in instrument building.
The Center for Arts in Natick, also known as TCAN in Natick, Massachusetts, is a regional community arts organization serving the cities and towns of MetroWest Boston.
Orchard Concert Series features some of the best of New England folk music. Concerts are free to the public and happen every Fall weekend from 1:00-4:00 p.m. Make sure to mark your calendar and gather the family to come and enjoy excellent music at the orchard this fall.
Thursdays on the Lawn is a program hosted by the Jamaica Plain Tuesday Club featuring the Loring-Greenough Farmers’ Market, as well as: rotating musicians, food trucks, special events, and community organizations.
Artsy & intimate venue featuring an eclectic lineup of live music, including jazz, punk & classical.
Joint show with Ulster Landing at AS220, an artist-run organization committed to providing an unjuried and uncensored forum for the arts.
Rockwood Music Hall is a music venue in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York City. Owner Ken Rockwood opened the establishment in 2005 as a small bar and music venue. The venue features three stages and a record label of the same name. Floyds Row will be featured on Stage 1.
Bustling haunt serving American staples like burgers & sandwiches in casual digs with live music.
Concert venue on the 2nd floor of a historic townhouse presents jazz & classical performances.
Tuesday Concert Series is a 52-weeks-a-year outreach program of Epiphany to the people of downtown Washington. High-quality music-making is presented every Tuesday year-round 12:10–1:00pm. Admission to programs in the Tuesday Concert Series is free, but a $10 free-will contribution is invited in support of the performers.