"One sign of an Irish resurgence in New York is a new Irish Arts Center… Embracing multiple disciplines, it bodes well for the future of Ireland’s place in New York’s cultural life"
– The New York Times

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On October 11, 2018, we broke ground on Phase One of the new Center. Fully funded at $60.1MM, Phase One included research and development, strategic and operational planning, fundraising, development, design, and construction of the 11th Avenue building. (To watch a video of our Groundbreaking, please click here.)

Phase Two includes the renovation and restoration of the adjoining, existing Center on 51st Street, providing a second venue—our historic theatre—to expand opportunities for artists (approximately $8 million), and a Growth and Sustainability Fund and Endowment (approximately $10 million) to support future programming and operations.

To date, $5.25 million has been raised towards the project’s important second phase.There are many ways to support this decisive, culminating chapter in our journey:

Click here to learn more about our Founders, Centenary Circle, A Seat in Your Honor, the Donor Wall, or Your Name in Our Story, and contact Adam at 212-757-3318 x222 or adam@irishartscenter.org for more information.

Click here to explore the building and review available naming opportunities, and contact Adam at 212-757-3318 x222 or adam@irishartscenter.org for more information.

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Click here for more information about our Claddagh Circle to support current programming.

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Join the Claddagh Circle

To support our Annual Fund and programming by joining the Claddagh Circle, and gain exclusive access to special events, please contact Adam Lamberg at 212-757-3318 x222 or adam@irishartscenter.org.

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