News and Updates
FY2017 Cycle 1 Creative Space Grant Recipients
Wednesday, June 29, 2016 12:00 AM

 

The following 77 companies received a total of 2950 hours through the Creative Space Grant program, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, for use between July 1 and December 31, 2016.


American Opera Projects
Amios
Andy Bragen Theatre Projects
ArtsConnection
Bedlam
Blessed Unrest
Broken Box Mime Theater
Built for Collapse
Buran Theatre
Caborca
CO/LAB Theater Group
Colt Coeur
DreamStreet Theatre Company
EarSay
Epic Theatre Ensemble
Everyday Inferno Theatre Company
Fault Line Theatre
Flying Carpet Theatre
Frack Theatre
Fresh Ground Pepper
Girl Be Heard
Hard Sparks
Hedgepig Ensemble Theatre
Honest Accomplice Theatre
Hunger and Thirst Theatre Collective
Keen Company
Life Jacket Theatre Co.
Live Source Theatre Group
Ma-Yi Theater Company
Making Books Sing, Inc. dba New York City Children's Theater
MCC Theater
Mint Theater Company
Musical Theatre Factory
NAATCO
National Alliance for Musical Theatre
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene (NYTF)
New York Deaf Theatre, Ltd.
New York Musical Festival
New York Theatre Barn

Page 73 Productions
Pan Asian Repertory Theatre
Parallel Exit, Inc.
Partial Comfort Productions
Peculiar Works Project
Pipeline Theatre Company
Polybe + Seats
Project Y Theatre Company
Rising Circle Theater Collective
Scandinavian American Theater Company
Semicolon Theatre Company
Sinking Ship Productions
Strange Harbor
Strange Sun Theater
Superhero Clubhouse
Tectonic Theater Project
The Amoralists Theatre Company
The Brick Theater, Inc.
The Bushwick Starr
The Civilians
The Drama League
The Dreamscape Theatre
The Habitat Theater Company
The Movement Theatre Company
The Pearl Theatre Company
The Play Company
The Playwrights Realm
The Tank
Theater Breaking Through Barriers Corp.
Theater in Asylum
Theater Reconstruction Ensemble
Theatre 167
Transport Group Theatre Company
Trusty Sidekick Theater Company
Waterwell
WaxFactory
Woodshed Collective
Working Theater

 

 

 

 


 

 
NYC Art Goes Orange
Wednesday, June 15, 2016 12:00 AM

 

 

Photo: Natasha Johns-Messenger, "Alterview," Percent for Art commission for the 5th floor terrace of the new FXFOWLE-designed Hunter's Point campus in Queens.
 
Why is Member News orange today? June is National Gun Violence Awareness Month. The Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice and city Council Member Lauri Cumbo are working together to bring visibility to ending Gun Violence through a city-wide campaign, "Go Orange."
 
Join A.R.T./New York in supporting this effort! You can help raise visibility for the issue in a variety of ways:
  • Participate in a city-wide campaign by turning your social media profile pictures orange and sharing orange colored content that expresses your organizations opposition to gun violence. Use the hashtag #NYCArtsGoOrange
  • Share the Anti-Gun Violence Awareness logo wherever appropriate. The image above and the logo in the header of this Member News are both great to use and share!
  • Include National Gun Violence Awareness Month in your next e-blast and encourage your audiences to participate in NYC Art Goes Orange programming.
  • Take advantage of this packet of sample social media content.

 

 
Member Report Card
Wednesday, May 04, 2016 12:00 AM

 

 

How can we better serve you and the field?

How would you grade the service A.R.T./New York has provided you and your company? We want to know what we're getting right, what we can improve, and if there are needs we're not filling. 
Your responses in our member report card survey are important for helping A.R.T./New York ensure that our programs serve our community as effectively as possible. Please take a few minutes to evaluate your experiences with us.
The Survey closed on June 3, 2016!
Only one response is needed per company. Your answers are anonymous.
We estimate that the survey will take only 10 minutes to complete.

 

 
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