The Intercultural Theatre Institute campus is located at Emily Hill – Singaporeʼs first independent cooperative for arts and the creative industries.
Situated on a small hill, next to a public park, we are centrally located in the heart of the city, within the Arts and Heritage District. Our location is rich with historical and cultural heritage, 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 Kult Kafe, a chillout bar that is open to the public.
Intercultural Theatre Institute has dedicated facilities that include three studios (113 sq m, 84 sq m and 72 sq m, with capacity for 31, 23 and 20 people respectively) and a large classroom (113 sq m, with capacity for 31 people). ITI also maintains a small library. Students also have the use of a green room, which they manage themselves.