The Astor Place Cube, commonly known as the Alamo, has been a feature of the East Village intersection for almost 50 years, despite originally having been intended to be a temporary installation. The same year it was installed, 1967, locals petitioned for it to remain...
Culture can mean many things: it can be your language, your food, your clothing, your religion, etc. Here at Cultivating Culture, however, we cherish the aspect of culture that inspires: we love the arts. We highlight museums, galleries, organizations, and individuals that have dedicated their lives to supporting the arts. We celebrate the facet of humanity that has brought “order out of chaos,” and we invite you to join, or to enjoy.
We are still a growing community, but we hope you stay tuned in the coming weeks for more information, news, articles, and appreciation of how our world cultivates culture.
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