Members of the Shinnecock Nation on Long Island guided students in learning about Native American culture, The Sag Harbor Express reports.
More and more billboards are popping up on walls where the Bushwick Collective’s art has appeared, Bushwick Daily reports.
Children performed dances from different cultures at the Brighton Ballet Theater’s annual World of Dance Festival.
“Sueño: A Latino Take on Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream'” is performed outdoors in the Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center’s parking lot.
A new anthology gathers the work of the hip hop poets, some of whom offered their work at a recent reading.
Tataksaludnyc 2015, Filipino designer Renee Salud’s upcoming show in New Jersey, will present collections that feature indigenous fabrics from the Philippines, and “culturally hip” Filipiniana terno gowns, reports The FilAm.
Lower East Side lots rescued decades ago by Puerto Rican artists and activists continue to exist as spaces for the community, El Diario reports.
In a NYCity News Service video, Amir Vahab spreads Persian culture and music in New York through his classes at the Tanbour Institute and his almost weekly concerts.
The language and heritage of the Gorsky Jews from the Caucasus were on display recently as a Gorsky theater group participated in a festival in Brighton Beach, Russkaya Reklama reports.
National Yiddish Theatre – Folksbiene, celebrating its centennial, is sponsoring KulturfestNYC, a series of music, dance, theater and film performances around NYC this week, The Jewish Week reports.
Many immigrants from Portugal settled in SoHo. To celebrate Portugal Day, the Arte Institute held festivities in SoHo Square on June 6.
In an opinion piece, Javier Castaño of Queens Latino mourns the loss of the Latino Cultural Festival, which comes at a time when city officials say they want to encourage cultural activities in city neighborhoods.
Puerto Rican artists explore the history and mythology of vejigante masks.
International Park in Perth Amboy recognizes the diverse ethnic groups of the New Jersey town, including the Polish community, which had the largest turnout at the recent dedication ceremony, reports Nowy Dziennik.
Sunset Park’s Puerto Rican Day Parade returns to the Brooklyn neighborhood and will be held after the one in Manhattan. According to Home Reporter, securing the permit did not prove easy for community group El Grito de Sunset Park.