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. [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. Co-curators Stephanie Bok and Joseph Walton 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 open for view during South Oxford Space’s hours of operation, most days between 9:00am and 10:00pm.

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.