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Triskelion Arts

The founders of Triskelion Arts, members of the dance collective KICK STAND DANCE, opened the doors to Triskelion Arts in October of 2000, which soon became company quarters and an affordable rehearsal and performance space for hundreds of other working artists from Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs.

Tropical Image

This Latin dance studio in Sunset Park, Brooklyn is dedicated to helping young people ages four and up have fun while learning to dance.

United Palace Cathedral

United Palace Cathedral is a Spiritual and multicultural community of Light and Love guided by the Ancient Wisdom Principles and Universal Laws. As a global community, we manifest the magnetic and creative Power of God and express the Beloved community by honoring and celebrating the many expressions of God represented in the many faith and cultural traditions.

Urban Ballet Theater

Founded by artistic director Daniel Catanach in order to make traditional dance accessible to a contemporary urban audience, Urban Ballet Theater uses dancers who have grown up in Catanach's inner-city, after-school programs.

Urban Bush Women

Urban Bush Women (UBW), based in Brooklyn, New York, was founded in 1984 by Jawole Willa Jo Zollar and has been presented extensively in New York City and has toured throughout the United States and to Asia, Australia, Europe and South America.

Wally Cardona Quartet

WCV, Inc.’s primary goal is to introduce new forms and ways of seeing, thinking and experiencing to audiences, through a commitment to experimentation that crosses artistic disciplines.

WeisAcres

WeisAcres, located at 537 Broadway in Soho, New York, is a large loft studio space and the primary home of Cathy Weis Projects; a place where choreographers and artists can gather, show work, and share ideas outside of formal commercial settings.

Westbeth Artists Residents Council

A not for profit arts organization whose 25-year-old mission is to sponsor cultural events at Westbeth Artists Housing/Center for the Arts, WARC provides free programming of dance and music festivals, exhibitons, readings, screenings and performances.

White Wave John Ryan Theater

WHITE WAVE strives to create an environment that supports emerging and established artists in the creation of new work. It offers public programming and serves as a resource to New York’s dance field, which artists can rent for rehearsals and performances at deeply discounted rates.