ITE is pleased to partner with:

The Tank Founded in 2003, The Tank is a Manhattan based non-profit arts presenter.  The Tank brings quality programming to a new generation of audience for live performance, civic discourse, and the work of emerging artists. Combining free performance space, subsidized rehearsal space, discounted ticket prices and promotional support; the Tank brings quality programming to a new generation of audience for live performance, civic discourse, and the work of emerging artists.

screen-shot-2013-04-01-at-4-34-17-pm  Bhagavat Life is a nonprofit based in New York’s East Village, their work aims to connect holistic living to everyday life.  Formed in 2005 by practitioners of bhakti yoga, we originally sought to find a better way of educating and training other practitioners within the tradition. But it soon became apparent that our programs would be of practical value to the general public. After relocating to New York’s East Village in 2009, we reshaped our work into cooking classes, dining events, and eventually a subscription-based food service suited for people in Manhattan. Along the way, we were struck by the power of food to connect people with nature, each other, and themselves, and this became the basis of all our programs.

triskelionTriskelion Arts houses opened in 2000.  This thriving arts center is located in the heart of Williamsburg offering affordable rehearsal and performance space to hundreds of working artists and hosts a full roster of shows and classes. The Triskelion Arts Presents program produces the work of over 20 select companies each year on their two stages. Additionally, Triskelion’s three curated festivals feature the work of over sixty individual choreographers and clowns annually.

chez bushwick Presently, Chez Bushwick is a nonprofit organization with its main office in Brooklyn, and an outpost in Paris. Guided and administered by artists, the organization has succeeded in developing one of the most inexpensive artist subsidy programs in New York, and vigorously advocates towards economic justice for the performing arts. Chez Bushwick provides programs for the artistic community including artist residencies, studio member work-in-progress showings, teaching artist opportunities, and choreographer projects while also producing adventurous programs of multidisciplinary work through its presenting program: Chez Bushwick Presents.

bryant park The Bryant Park Corporation was founded in 1980 with a charge to reclaim Bryant Park for the people of New York City. Since then, the talent, dedication and execution of the BPC board and staff has transformed the park into the greatest public space in the world. The ongoing mission of the BPC is: to create a rich and dynamic visual, cultural and intellectual outdoor experience for New Yorkers and visitors alike; to enhance the real estate values of its neighbors by continuously improving the park; to burnish the park’s status as a prime NYC tourist destination by presenting a meticulously maintained venue for free entertainment events; and to help prevent crime and disorder in the park by attracting thousands of patrons, at all hours, thus fostering a safe environment. 


footer-logoPeriapsis Music and Dance believes in the artists of today and in the body of work that they are creating. The extraordinary choreographers and composers of our time have the vision, voice, and skill to create collaborative works of intrinsic artistic value worthy of performance, study, and preservation. Our mission is to cultivate this new concert repertoire at the intersection of dance and music by actively contributing to it with our ensemble and by facilitating and encouraging such collaborations in the community.