Discover new artists, new cultures and new art forms with free arts activities! Guided by New Victory Teaching Artists, Arts Break is a curriculum designed for the millions of families stuck at home to incorporate the performing arts into their learning.
New Victory LabWorks supports artists who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) in the creation of original work for kids and families. Meet our 2020-21 LabWorks Artists!
New Victory Circle members have access to Zoom into the Arts, a virtual workshop series designed to keep families engaged in the arts at home. Led by New Victory Teaching Artists, these hour-long, interactive workshops will explore the art forms of Magic, Puppetry, Juggling and African Dance!
New Victory opens new worlds to kids and families through extraordinary performances, education and engagement programs
In this new year, we continue to connect families, artists and educators to global cultures, meaningful performing arts and impactful arts education to build a more inclusive community here in New York City, across the country and around the world.
The New Victory Education Virtual Partnership is free and fully underwritten for public schools in NYC for the 2020-21 academic year, but educators of all kinds can register to gain access to free remote learning resources and experience interactive workshops for a low cost.
The mission of the New Victory, making theater and performance part of kids' lives, is the best example I can think of, of the power of a simple idea.
Crain’s New York Business names Courtney J. Boddie, New 42 Vice President, Education & School Engagement, a 2021 Notable Black Leader and Executive.
Resources informing our practices
Acknowledging our accountability and responsibility to confront institutional and structural racism
Our five-year longitudinal study
Groundbreaking research on the impact of performing arts on kids
Supporting NYC artists
LabWorks supports New York artists in the creation of adventurous new work for young audiences