The New York Public Library

Program support
For programming to enhance the Library´s connection to Greek culture.
 
The Hellenic Festival provided audiences with a rare opportunity to experience ancient, traditional and contemporary art forms from Greece, and to learn about the powerful influence of Hellenic culture across several disciplines.
 
Created in 1895, The New York Public Library provides free and open access to its myriad of resources, regardless of income level, religion, nationality or other human condition.  The New York Public Library is comprised of a set of scholarly research collections and a network of community libraries.  The research collections’ reference holdings number over 43 million items.  There are 85 community libraries, with extensive circulating collections, throughout New York City’s neighborhoods.