Housing & Logistics
The Institute takes place at Theatre for a New Audience’s Polonsky Shakespeare Center in the heart of the Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District, home to some of the most impressive arts and cultural institutions in New York City.
In 2022, our Summer Scholars will have the option to stay at the St. George Residence, a student dormitory located in Brooklyn Heights, which is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in all of New York City, full of great coffee shops, restaurants, and markets. Located steps away from the 2/3 subway stop at Clark St, the Residence provides easy access to the Polonsky Shakespeare Center and to Manhattan, which can both be reached in 15 minutes or less by subway.
We hold a block of rooms for our Summer Scholars to book, to ensure you have a convenient and affordable local option available to you, but you are of course welcome to make your own housing arrangements.
Double occupancy and single occupancy rooms, with an optional linen package, are available from July 11-22, 2022.
There is also a one-time $25 membership fee per person
2022 Amenities include:
To learn more about the community health measures in place at the St. George, please visit: https://www.studenthousing.org/about/health/
Finally, please note that depending on public health guidelines related to COVID-19, plans for a residential offering for our Summer 2022 Institute are subject to change.
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Pictured above: Participants in the 2018 NEH Summer Institute for School Teachers.