The Intercultural Theatre Institute campus is located at Emily Hill – Singaporeʼs first independent cooperative for arts and the creative industries. It sits on a little hill, next to a public park, surrounded by greenery. Centrally located in the heart of the city, within the Arts-Education-Entertainment District, it is rich with historical and cultural heritage and close to museums, theatres, the Esplanade and the National Library.
Emily Hill is also home to Six Degrees, a ground-up network of people and organisations from the arts and creative industries; glass artist Tan Sock Fong; sculptor Sun Yu-li; Kult Gallery; and Woods, a chillout bar located within Emily Hill that is open to the public.
Intercultural Theatre Institute has dedicated facilities that include two studios (119.12 sq m and 84.8 sq m, with capacity for 32 and 23 people) and a large classroom (121.1 sq m, with capacity for 32 people). Students also have the use of a small library.