The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership (DBP), which manages three contiguous Business Improvement Districts (BID) in Downtown Brooklyn, announced earlier this month it is giving 18 arts organizations that are developing new work, and perfecting ongoing pieces free space for a month.
Dubbed the Rehearsal Residency Initiative, the socially-distanced space was allocated at 300 Ashland Place, which is owned by developer Two Trees Management. The initiative was developed in August as a response to the COVID pandemic.
This plaza on the grounds of 300 Ashland Plaza is being given free of charge to selected artists and arts organizations as part of the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership’s (DBP) Rehearsal Residency Initiative. Renderring supplied by the DBP. The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership (DBP), which manages three contiguous Business Improvement Districts […]
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