RAMP is a new residency program designed to support early career New York City-based artists by offering a place and space to create ambitious new work. RAMP is a unique program that not only provides space but also invaluable technical assistance, commissioning fees, marketing support and help in developing an audience base.
PS122 has a long history of supporting New York City’s young, talented and ambitious performing artists and New York City audiences have looked to PS122 as the place to experience the most cutting edge performance by emerging artists.
Residencies taking place at:
The Chain Theatre
21-28 45th Rd, Long Island City in Queens
Molly Lieber and Eleanor Smith
Residency dates: March 3-15
Public Showing: March 15
Residency dates: March 17-29
Public Showings: March 28 & 29
Residency dates: March 31 – April 12
Public Showings: April 11 & 12
RAMP artists are commissioned by Performance Space 122 with a 50th Anniversary Grant from the Jerome Foundation. Additional presentation support provided by Mertz Gilmore Foundation, Harkness Foundation for Dance and Jerome Robbins Foundation.