Midtown Arts Common is singularly positioned to shape civic life at the Intersection of the general public, business communities, arts circles, houses of worship and educational initiatives.
The Common enables a distinctive collaboration of partners in the business, religious, educational, broadcasting and arts communities.
Current major partners are Boston Properties, owners of 601 Lexington Avenue (formerly known as Citigroup Center), Saint Peter’s Church and Grand Central Partnership; they are supported in the group’s mission by a growing network of cooperating organizations.
Major partner organizations provide a combination of space, program direction and financial support to enable the mission of Midtown Arts Common.
Midtown Arts Common is pleased to collaborate with International Women in Jazz, the Duke Ellington Society and Ronnie Whyte in producing a number of jazz programs. Midtown Arts Common makes possible York Theatre’s residency in the Theatre at Saint Peter’s, which presents musical theatre productions all year long. WBGO radio is a regular friend of Midtown Arts Common-sponsored events.