The Weill Music Institute harnesses the transformative power of music by connecting people with professional artists to create, perform, and produce original music and art.
NeON Arts—a free program of the Neighborhood Opportunity Network (NeON) that is open to the entire city—offers young people in seven New York City communities the chance to explore the arts.
A partnership with the New York State Council on the Arts that funds Hudson Valley and North Country organizations to engage youth who are justice-involved through arts enrichment projects
Create Justice brings together a diverse group of artists, young people, policymakers, funders, nonprofits, and researchers from across the country to share ideas and work side-by-side to leverage the power of the arts for youth justice and reform.
The Lullaby Project pairs pregnant women and new mothers and fathers with professional artists to write and sing personal lullabies for their babies.
Men at Sing Sing Correctional Facility create and perform music with visiting artists.
Exploratory papers and research on Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute programs