Greenwich House to Honor Two Cultural Dynamos at Arts Celebration; David Amram to Perform

Greenwich House will honor American composer, conductor, multi-instrumentalist and author David Amram and ceramicist and Jefferson Market Garden Adopt-a-Pot founder Marianne Yoors at its annual Arts Benefit, November 3rd at the Rosenthal Pavilion at NYU’s Kimmel Center (60 Washington Square South).   Read More»

Groups Find a New Way to Leave a Mark in Greenwich Village

For generations, people have been flocking to Greenwich Village’s well worn, winding federalist streets to leave their own mark on the storied neighborhood. Today, the Village is bursting at the edges with landmarks, big and small, young and old, from obscure oddities like Hess’s Triangle, to bars and clubs that started social movements and legendary careers, to undeniably monumental architecture like the Washington Square Arch.   Read More»

The Diversity of Contemporary Ceramics is Celebrated at Greenwich House Pottery’s Ceramics Now

Long before gaining its contemporary status as a medium for art and personal expression, pottery was considered an artisanal skill. This is how the legacy of Greenwich House Pottery, an ancillary of Greenwich House, was founded. In 1909 the settlement house expanded its immigrant assistance programs with the addition of pottery classes in the spirit of the Arts and Crafts Movement (a reaction to the period of heavy industrialism in the early 20th century) which emphasized handcrafted goods, in the hopes of providing struggling individuals with a marketable skill. Since its inception, The Pottery has provided the Greenwich Village community an entryway into the arts, coming to represent the cross section of artisanal craft and creative expression for potters of all levels.   Read More»

Greenwich Village's LGBT History Around Every Corner

It is no wonder why the Stonewall Inn was the location for a memorial vigil for those massacred at Pulse in Orlando.  While discussions continue in what could be up to a three year process to determine the extent of the proposed Stonewall Inn National Monument, the location has already been deemed worthy by its community.  The monument would be the first national monument dedicated to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Its announcement in May ignited a debate on what exactly should be included in a monument to LGBT issues in a neighborhood with no shortage of LGBT landmarks, some more known than others.   Read More»

Greenwich Village’s Artist Legacy Find a New Generation, Five Floors Up

Hanging in the lobby of Greenwich House, at 27 Barrow Street, is one of the Village’s best kept secrets, a portrait of the organization’s founder, Mary K. Simkhovitch , painted by Leopold Seyffert, the renowned American portrait artist.  However, what might actually be the Village’s best kept secret is located five floors above at the Greenwich House After-School Spring Art Show.  Read More»

The Legacy of Lisa Steinberg: The Children’s Safety Project at Greenwich House Hosts Benefit Luncheon for New York City Children Who Are Victims of Abuse

A Fist Killed Lisa Steinberg; Terror on 10th Street; Lisa Steinberg Thrown Witness Says; Village Horror Not Forgotten. In 1987 New York City was in shock. Six-year-old Village girl Lisa Steinberg was found murdered, the victim of physical abuse, with the prime suspects her adoptive parents. Headlines following the trail and conviction of Lisa’s illegal guardian filled the papers for two years straight. The brutality of the case resonated throughout the city, especially in Lisa’s Greenwich Village neighborhood where the community had to reconcile not only how someone could treat a child in that manner, but how it could go on unnoticed.  Read More»

Greenwich House Music School’s Uncharted Concert Series Makes Finding New Music Easy, Really Easy

Following a triumphant 2015 concert series, Greenwich House Music School’s Uncharted concert series has returned to the chandelier lit Renee Weiler Concert Hall at the Barrow Street school. Uncharted is a community concert series featuring high-profile local artists debuting first-time performances of new work or new collaborations. The series covers a broad selection of performative genres, from jazz to traditional folk, electronic to classical, cabaret to tap dance.   Read More»

Lights, Camera, Action: JCW Film Club is March's Senior Program of the Month

Greenwich House’s Judith C. White Senior Center has set out to help its members rediscover the art of movie making. With recent hits at the box office dominated by action packed, computer animated sequels like Mission Impossible, Star Wars and Jurassic Park, the Greenwich House Film Club strives to make quality, unconventional and artistic films, new and old accessible to a larger audience.   Read More»

A Taste Through Time: Past Taste of Greenwich House Menus

What kind of delectable morsels will be in store from this year’s 30+ restaurants? There's only one way to find out on March 14. To hold you over, here’s a look back at some of the menus from Tastes past.    Read More»

Taste of Greenwich House: Five Restaurants to Watch

Five Restaurants to Watch at Taste 2016  Read More»

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