About Danspace Project
Now in its fourth decade, Danspace Project has supported a vital community of contemporary dance artists in an environment unlike any other in the United States. Located in the historic St. Mark’s Church in-the-Bowery, Danspace shares its facility with the Church, The Poetry Project, and New York Theatre Ballet. Danspace Project’s Commissioning Initiative has commissioned over 450 new works since its inception in 1994.
Danspace Project’s Choreographic Center Without Walls (CW²) provides context for audiences and increased support for artists. Our presentation programs (including Platforms, Food for Thought, DraftWork), Commissioning Initiative, residencies, guest artist curators, and contextualizing activities and materials are core components of CW² offering a responsive framework for artists’ works. Since 2010, we have produced eight Platforms, published eight print catalogues and five e-books, launched the Conversations Without Walls discussion series, and explored models for public discourse and residencies.
Danspace Project presents new work in dance, supports a diverse range of choreographers in developing their work, encourages experimentation, and connects artists to audiences.
Directions and Virtual Tour
Danspace Project is located at:
131 East 10th Street (at Second Avenue)
New York, NY 10003
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Virtual Tour Credit: Eun Jung Gonzalez
St. Mark's Church Landmark Status: National Register of Historic Places, New York City Landmark
Take the 6 train to Astor Place
Take the R/W train to 8th Street/NYU
Take the L train to 3rd Avenue
Take the F train to 2nd Avenue
M1, M3, M14, M15, M101, M102, M103
Photo: Jean Tanier