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Jack Martin Rogers, Man With Guitar, c.1965, Pencil on paper, 13 1/2" x 8 1/4"

Tribeca is the place to be on Thursday, June 21, 2018 when the New York City neighborhood hosts the Spring edition of Tribeca Art & Culture Night (TAC Night). Offered four times a year, TAC Night features art performance, dance, artist tours, gallery talks, open studios, workshops and more taking place across the Downtown New York neighborhood.

Tribeca has a concentration of around 50 art and design galleries along with schools, non-profits, performance art centers, craft makers and more, according to TAC Night's website. TAC Nights help draw attention to the creative and art concentration by drawing the neighborhood together and offering a formalized slate of gallery tours, performances and special events that can take place inside venues or in the streets.

The spring edition features around 30 venues and partner organizations. Participant galleries include 205 Hudson Gallery at Hunter College; Alexander and Bonin; Anita Rogers Gallery; apexart; Cheryl Hazan Gallery; Hal Bromm Gallery; Lubov Gallery; Ortuzar Projects; Postmasters Gallery; The Drawing Center; The Untitled Space and others. 

Performance and live arts helps to make the evening a special one. There are no fewer than 40 special events that include workshops, live music, poetry readings, play writing, dance, exhibition tours, artist talks, collecting insights, feng shey of carpet colors and shapes and much more. 

Tribeca Art & Culture Night can be experiences several ways. Participants can sign up for guided tours with an art specialists or register for a TAC Night Pass to experience the evening as a free spirit. Reservations for exclusive events can also be accomplished through the website. Click here to begin. In addition, maps can be found at participating venues.