Two Trees Grants Artists, Arts Group Subsidized Workspace in Dumbo

Dumbo, seen from under the Manhattan Bridge (Photo: Two Trees Management).
Dumbo, seen from under the Manhattan Bridge (Photo: Two Trees Management).


Nine artists and one nonprofit arts organization are the lucky recipients of subsidy grants for below-market workspaces in the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn, the spaces’ landlord told the Observer.

Now in its second year, Dumbo power landlord Two Trees Management Company’s Cultural Space Subsidy Program gives artists and arts organizations a chance to lease workspace for up to three years at a time at below-market rates.

“We are looking for artists and organizations showing they need space, and what kind of community and social benefits they provide for locally, and to the world,” Lisa Kim, Two Trees’ cultural affairs director, told the Observer.

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