Princess Grace Playwriting Awards Winners receive a residency at New Dramatists, who are dedicated to finding gifted playwrights and giving them the time, the space, and the tools to develop their craft.
IEFTA provides the opportunity for 1 Princess Grace Award winner to participate in Marché du Film’s Producers Workshop at the Cannes Film Festival.
The Actors Fund offers a broad spectrum of programs designed to address the needs of the entire arts community that include comprehensive social services, health care services, employment and training and supportive housing.
Formerly NAMAC, The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture is committed to facilitating innovation, collaboration, strategic growth and cultural impact for the media arts field in the US and around the world. Through a suite of forward-thinking and inclusive programs, The Alliance holds space for a dynamic network of artists and organizations committed to powerful creative storytelling as an engine for transformation and the collective imagination.
Guidestar and the Foundation Center merged and are now Candid, a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Every year, millions of nonprofits spend trillions of dollars around the world. Candid finds out where that money comes from, where it goes, and why it matters. Through research, collaboration, and training, Candid connects people who want to change the world to the resources they need to do it. Candid’s data tools on nonprofits, foundations, and grants are the most comprehensive in the world.
Creative Capital, a New York City-based nonprofit organization, acts as a catalyst for the development of adventurous and imaginative ideas by supporting artists who pursue innovation in form &/or content in the performing and visual arts.
Fractured Atlas is a non-profit organization that serves a national community of artists and arts organizations.They help artists and arts organizations function more effectively by providing access to funding, healthcare, education, and more.
The Harkness Center for Dance Injuries offers many subsidized and free services for the dance community including clinics staffed by orthopedists and dance physical therapists; state-of-the art research/rehabilitation & free injury prevention screenings.
ITI aims to promote international exchange of knowledge and practice in theatre arts in order to consolidate peace and solidarity between peoples, to deepen mutual understanding and increase creative co-operation between all people in the theatre arts.
Today, three decades after its founding by David Rockefeller, the Council remains at the forefront of Downtownâ€™s cultural vision and serves as the creative hub for connecting residents, tourists, and workers to Lower Manhattanâ€™s vast and vibrant arts comm
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts in the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center houses the world’s most extensive combination of circulating and non-circulating reference and research materials on music, dance, theatre, and recorded sound.
Theatre Without Borders is an informal, volunteer, virtual community that shares information and builds connections between individuals and institutions interested in international theatre exchange.
The Field’s mission is to serve independent performing artists on a completely non-exclusive basis. This means that everything they do is open to artists from all aesthetic viewpoints, cultural backgrounds, and levels of development.