The Shed, in the Bloomberg Building at Hudson Yards, is one of NYC’s newest cultural centers.
It contains multiple galleries and a unique flexible performance space that opens to create a plaza or closes to create one of NYC’s great rooms. That is literally “The Shed.”
The ground floor of the Bloomberg Building is a public space with lounge seating, wi-fi and a bar. It is one of the nicest public spaces in New York City.
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545 West 30th St
(between Tenth & Eleventh Ave)
Hudson Yards, Manhattan
(7) to 34th St – Hudson Yards
One of NYC’s Newest Cultural Centers
The venue opened in Spring 2019. As a new institution, it has greater flexibility to adapt to the changing situation in New York, America and the world. It is very much about fostering social justice through the arts. At some point, The Shed is going to make cultural history. It’s exciting for New York to be part of that.
The Shed’s curation is a mix of established and emerging artists with a mission of bringing culture to New Yorkers and New Yorkers to culture ~ all New Yorkers.
The founding CEO and Artistic Director is Alex Poots. He was previously artistic director of the Park Avenue Armory and the Manchester International Festival, a biennial international arts festival in Manchester, England.
The Hudson Yards development is a little bit elitist, but The Shed is the perfect counterbalance. We hope everybody goes.