US-MENASA

Artists and organizations are working towards better understanding between people in the U.S. and the peoples of MENASA (Middle East North Africa South Asia) countries.

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American Theatre Magazine

ArabStages & MESTC Publications: Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, The Graduate Center, CUNY

ArteEast

Bridges of Understanding

Cultural Exchange Laboratory

Elephants Included

Golden Thread Productions

The Lark Play Development Center: Middle East-U.S. Playwright Exchange

Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics, Georgetown University

MacDowell Colony / ArteEast residency

MENASA Artists Coalition. Click here to request an invitation to join the MENASA Artists Coalition Private FB Group

Mosaic Theatre Company

M.O.S.T. / Muslims on Screen and Television

NOOR Theatre

Omi International Arts Center / ArteEast residency

Silk Road Rising

Sundance Institute Theatre Program/ MENA Initiative

The Watermill Center / MENA Residency

FUNDING SOURCES FOR US-MENASA EXCHANGE:

CECArtslink

Cultural Mobility Funding Guides: Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Cultural Mobility Guides and Information: Theatre Without Borders

Doris Duke Charitable Fund Islamic Arts Initiative & Building Bridges Initiative

Fulbright Commission

On The Move

US State Department Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

DISCOVER PERFORMANCES, PRESENTATIONS AND EXHIBITIONS:

Alwan for the Arts

BAM / Brooklyn Academy of Music

BAC / Baryshnikov Arts Center

The Center for Palestine Studies, Columbia University

Countercurrent Festival; Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, University of Houston

The Kennedy Center

International Festival of Arts & Ideas

La MaMa & Culture Hub

MAPP International

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

MOMA / Museum of Modern Art

New York Theatre Workshop

NY Live Arts

Octopus Theatricals

The Play Company

The Public Theatre

San Francisco International Arts Festival

Tricklock Revolutions International Festival

Under the Radar at The Public Theatre