FUNDING

A.R.T./New York provides a variety of financial resources to help theatres realize their creative potential.
441

Individuals attend our workshops in the 2017 fiscal year.


1.5 million
Dollars in loans distributed in the 2017 fiscal year.

5,900

Fully subsidized rehearsal space hours granted in the 2017 fiscal year.


155,500

Dollars in grants awarded in the 2017 fiscal year.


74,210

Artists used our rehearsal studios in fiscal year 2017.


391

Students attended the 2017 Internship Fair.






GRANT PROGRAMS

THE EDITH LUTYENS & NORMAN BEL GEDDES FUND

Since 2004, the Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Design Enhancement Fund has directly supported member theatres’ productions by augmenting design budgets beyond what companies can typically afford. Developed from the estate of noted designers Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes, the fund enhances designers’ experiences and furthers their artistic growth. Companies with budgets under $5 million and that have their own 501(c)(3) status are eligible apply to increase the costume, set, lighting, sound, and/or media elements of one upcoming production each fall.

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CREATIVE SPACE GRANTS

In 2011, A.R.T./New York debuted the Creative Space Grant in order to provide members with fully-subsidized rehearsal, reading, workshop, and meeting space at both of its facilities. Supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the grant awards recipients between 25-75 hours twice each year. All member organizations are eligible to apply.

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THE NANCY QUINN FUND

Too small to be eligible for funding at many foundations, companies with operating budgets under $100,000 turn to the Nancy Quinn Fund for support. Created in 1993, the fund offers yearly general operating grants to the City’s smallest theatres. Applicants are required to have taken A.R.T./New York’s Organizational Planning and Process workshop, and then are eligible to apply year after year.

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Header: 2017 Nancy Quinn Fund, Creative Space Grant, Creative Opportunity Fund, and Rental Subsidy Fund recipient Broken Box Mime Theater's prduction of SEE REVERSE //  Photo: Bjorn Bolinder www.findthelightphotography.com @findthelightphotography