Several Asian actors are dressed in dark, royal-looking clothing and bowing their heads as if in mourning.

Spaces at A.R.T./New York

A.R.T./New York manages two facilities, which provide our members with long-term administrative office space, as well as rehearsal studios available for rent by the hour to members and non-member organizations. The LuEsther T. Mertz South Oxford Space, located in Fort Greene Brooklyn, opened in 2000 and has 20 offices and three studios. Spaces[email protected], located in Midtown Manhattan, opened in 2002 and has 22 offices and five studios.

Rehearsal Space

A.R.T./New York has a total of eight studio and meeting spaces available to rent by the hour for rehearsals, meetings, auditions, workshops, and small-scale performances.

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Office Space

A.R.T./New York’s two facilities in Brooklyn and Manhattan offer a combined 42 offices available to member theatres to rent.

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 Gallery Space

Gallery Three is located on the third floor of South Oxford Space. This intimate showroom has housed 33 exhibits since 2004 and has featured local artists working in a variety of media. We focus on highlighting the work of early to mid-career artists—ranging from self-taught to professionally trained—while maintaining a high standard of artistic excellence. All sales inquiries are referred to the exhibiting artists or their representatives.

Gallery Three is currently closed due COVID-19 restrictions. We hope to reopen this space in Fall of 2021.

Local artists who wish to submit exhibition proposals may email their bio, a description of work, and JPEG or PNG images to Stephanie Bok at [email protected]. No phone calls or unscheduled visits, please. 

Performance Space

A.R.T./New York has partnered with the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, world-renowned architect Toshiko Mori, and Arup theatre consultants on the design and construction of two theatres at the Archstone-Clinton development project at 10th Avenue and 53rd Street in Manhattan. The theatres officially opened in January 2017.

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Header: NAATCO's production of Henry VI. Photo by William P. Steele.