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DanceNYC 19h
As it get's cooler and cooler, dance is one of the ways you can stay warm this fall! Find out what classes, workshops, and events are happening near you with Dance/NYC's community calendar:
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DanceNYC 22h
This afternoon, join at City Hall to Learn more about the Small Business Jobs Survival Act:
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DanceNYC 22h
Candace Thompson-Zachery is a part of Dance/NYC's Immigrants. Dance. Arts. task force. They were recently featured on the Secret Birds podcast! Check it out here:
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DanceNYC Oct 21
Call to all artists and scholars: Applications for The Center for Ballet and the Arts’ 2019-2020 fellowship are now open until December 1, 2018 at 9:00am EST. CBA Fellows develop self-directed projects that expand the way we think about ballet. .
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DanceNYC Oct 21
Green Space is the incubator of dance in Queens, offering affordable studio rental rates, community classes, and monthly new works performance series!
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DanceNYC Oct 20
comes alive to the beat of drums in celebration of the NY-based dance company’s 20th anniversary. At Oct 24-27 only! Tickets available:
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DanceNYC Oct 20
See the world premiere of 's new work "Field" Oct. 18-21 . Learn why calls Gerring a choreographer "passionately and infectiously in love with movement." Tix $30 @ , charter bus service from PATB for Sat performances.
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DanceNYC Oct 19
Support NYC’s diverse cultural spaces . Mon Oct 22, 1pm @ City Hall - RSVP with
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DanceNYC Oct 19
Want to make dance a part of your weekend? Dance/NYC's community calendar is full of classes, workshops, and events happening for you to discover.
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DanceNYC Oct 19
Did you catch Andrea Miller, artistic director of and member of Dance/NYC's advisory committee, in magazine? Meet one of the three women changing the face of entrepreneurship : Congratulations Andrea!
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DanceNYC Oct 18
Green Space is the incubator of dance in Queens, offering affordable studio rental rates, community classes, and monthly new works performance series!
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DanceNYC Oct 18
to the Gathering 2017! Conceived by , The Gathering serves as an open forum for intergenerational black female artists to support one another and to advocate for greater cultural equity & acknowledgement in the contemporary dance world
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DanceNYC Oct 18
See the world premiere of 's new work "Field" Oct. 18-21 . Learn why calls Gerring a choreographer "passionately and infectiously in love with movement." Tix $30 @ , charter bus service from PATB for Sat performances.
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DanceNYC Oct 17
“Learn the craft of knowing how to open your heart and to turn on your creativity. There’s a light inside of you.” ― Judith Jamison, dancer and choreographer
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DanceNYC Oct 17
Call to all artists and scholars: Applications for The Center for Ballet and the Arts’ 2019-2020 fellowship are now open until December 1, 2018 at 9:00am EST. CBA Fellows develop self-directed projects that expand the way we think about ballet. .
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DanceNYC Oct 17
Opportunity Alert via : Applications are now open for multi-disciplinary performing artists for the Jerome Robbins AIRspace Residency! Learn more and apply here: Photo: loulex, Mariangela Lopez: RAPHAEL
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DanceNYC Oct 16
Attention Dance Community: Join for an Arts & Social Justice Breakfast. Tuesday, October 23, at 10 AM - leaders in the arts and social justice fields will come together to advance the conversation about the movement and where it might be headed.
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DanceNYC Oct 16
Dance has a fantastic and life long effect on the children that practice it. This is part of the reason that dancer, choreographer, and teacher, Rodney Hamilton is a New Yorker for Dance!
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DanceNYC Oct 16
Attention Immigrant Dance Artists: We want to hear from you! Check out the short survey below!
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DanceNYC Oct 16
Did you know that only 4% of foreign-born dance artists report being able to identify and access resources necessary to fulfill their needs? Be sure to explore this and other findings from the field in Dance/NYC's latest research:
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