Located in the heart of the West Village, The New School for Drama's facilities are part of the Westbeth Artists Community complex in the historic Bell Laboratories building. Housed within are all of the Drama School's administrative offices, seven rehearsal/classroom studios of varying sizes, costume and properties shops and storage, and a 120-seat Proscenium-style theater.
Founded in 1886, University Settlement offers a season packed full of exciting emerging and established artists. All performances take place in intimate and historic Speyer Hall, a cultural landmark in the heart of the Lower East Side.
The center and hall are part of the New School University.
Tisch School of the Arts is based in the East Village.
Lectures are often held here.
This gallery in Chelsea is on the other side of Manhattan from the Visual Arts Museum/SVA Gallery located on 209 East 23rd Street.
The 2,400-seat Walt Whitman Theatre on the campus of Brooklyn College has four seating sections: front orchestra (612 seats), rear orchestra (364 seats), mezzanine (564 seats) and balcony (844 seats). Balcony is accessed by stairs only ---no elevator service is available.
The Westside Gallery on West 21st Street is part of the School of Visual Arts (SVA).
This performing arts center is part of the City of the University of New York (CUNY).