Collaboration is at the heart of what 651 ARTS has done for over 20 years. We consider the relationships that we have built over the years to be crucial to our continued work in supporting and celebrating performance of the African Diaspora. The following organizations are key members of the 651 family with whom we work with consistently.

ActiveCultures/Bill Bragin
BTQ Financial
BOMB Magazine
boomBOOM NYC/Brice Rosenbloom
Broke and Hungry Records/Jeff Konkel
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Cat Head/Roger Stolle
Creative Outlet Dance Theater/Jamel Gaines
Dance Theater Workshop/Carla Peterson
Danspace Project/Judy Hussie-Taylor and Abby Harris Holmes
The Delta Center for Culture and Learning/Luther Brown
Downtown Brooklyn Partnership
L’Ecole Des Sables, Toubab Dialow, Senegal
Edward R. Murrow High School/James Duncan
French Institute Alliance Française/Lili Chopra
Tom Fontana
Godown Arts Center, Nairobi Kenya
Harlem Arts Alliance
Harlem Stage/Brad Learmonth
Hip Hop Theater Festival/Clyde Valentin and Kamilah Forbes
The Irondale Center
Ishyo Arts Center, Kigali, Rwanda
James Beard Foundation
JCI Graphics/Carl Navarro
The Kennedy Center/Michael Kaiser
The Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts
          at Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus
Chef François Kwaku-Dongo
The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center at The Graduate Center/CUNY
New Africa Live
Paul Robeson High School and Bailey’s Café/Stefanie Siegel
Studia Designs/Andre Pennycooke and Daryl Long
Sundance Institute/Christopher Hibma
Theatre Without Borders/Roberta Levitow

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