EXHIBITION | FRIDAY, MAR 06 - MONDAY, SEP 07
The ACFNY's spring exhibition intends to contemplate the creeping social upheaval that has taken place in recent years, rather than proclaiming the end of freedom.
ACFNY RECOMMENDS | STAY CONNECTED | FRIDAY, APR 10 - MONDAY, AUG 31
While waiting for the return of normality, we will be gradually shifting all activities from our iconic Manhattan-based building, gallery, and stage to an online-based virtual program.
ACFNY SUPPORTED | PERFORMANCE | MONDAY, APR 27 - MONDAY, AUG 31
Sea Dog Theater presents an interview with Viktor Frankl’s grandson Alexander Veseley "Viktor Frankl and Meaning during Covid-19" and a video of an early performance "Viktor Frankl Project: Search For Meaning".
JOINT CULTURAL ONLINE PROJECT | THURSDAY, MAY 07 - MONDAY, AUG 31
A Joint Cultural Project of the Austrian Embassy and Austrian Cultural Forum in Washington DC, the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York, the Austrian Consulate General in Los Angeles and Open Austria, Austria’s innovation office in Silicon Valley.
AVANTGARDE CHANSON SHOW | ONLINE | FRIDAY, MAY 15 - MONDAY, AUG 31
A TASTE OF AMOUR FOU is showing a small teaser from the Avantgarde-Chanson Show AMOUR FOU by Scharmien Zandi.
VIDEO PROJECT | MUSIC | THURSDAY, MAY 21 - MONDAY, AUG 31
In response to the current situation, the ACFNY, in cooperation with Austrian musicians based in New York City/New Jersey, creates a music video based on recent first-hand impressions from New York City to send a message of hope and solidarity.
ACFNY SUPPORTED | ONLINE READING & TALK | SUNDAY, MAY 24 - MONDAY, AUG 31
Austrian author Anna Goldenberg and US translator Alta L. Price discuss the book, Versteckte Jahre/I Belong To Vienna, forthcoming by New Vessel Press in June.
JAZZ CONCERT | ONLINE | WEDNESDAY, JUN 24 - WEDNESDAY, SEP 30
From The Woods – Exploring Human Wisdom In Nature
ONLINE COLLABORATIVE PROJECT | WEDNESDAY, AUG 05 - SATURDAY, SEP 12
New York City has long been a blueprint for pop culture and fiction, a metropolis amongst vertical cities, and a plinth for diversity, culture, and the arts...
We are happy to announce we will welcome back visitors to experience our current exhibition, Freedom Will Have Been An Episode, weekdays between 10:30am and 5:30pm by appointment only. Please call 212-319-5300 ex. 22 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time that works best for you. Our library will also be available for scheduled pick-up and returns. Please call 212-319-5300 ex. 77 or email email@example.com to schedule. As the safety and health of our visitors and staff is our priority, we will be following these social distancing rules as addressed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and New York State Government guidelines: • We kindly ask that you wear a mask for your safety and the safety of our staff. • We will maintain the safest amount of visitors within the building • Hand sanitizer will be provided at the entrance. • We will ensure that social distancing guidelines are met upon your visit to our gallery. • We will continue to closely follow the government’s updates and guidelines. We look forward to seeing you!