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Accessibility and Application Assistance

Dance/NYC is committed to accessibility and equity for disabled and immigrant people in its programs.

Tips for Submitting Your Application:

  • Check out the application guides for each funding tier! 
  • Prepare all your materials in advance. Dance/NYC estimates that applicants of the Tier I individual dance makers application may need approximately 2-3 hours to complete their application if they have the information required readily available, and applicants of the Tier II small-budget dance making organizations/groups may need approximately 3-4 hours to complete their application if they have financial records readily available. 
  • Read the technical assistance offerings outlined below.
  • Review all materials provided thoroughly before reaching out to the Dance/NYC team with additional questions. Often your question is answered within!

Webinar 

To assist prospective applicants, Dance/NYC hosted webinars for each funding tier virtually via Zoom. The webinars included Closed Captioning and ASL interpretation. Webinar videos and presentation slides can be found below. 

Individual Dance Makers Webinar
Webinar Video: https://youtu.be/O-Icfxq2wsc

Webinar Presentation Slides: dance.nyc/uploads/Tier I CRF_NYS Webinar Presentation.pptx.pdf

Dance Making Organizations/Groups Webinar
Webinar Video: https://youtu.be/qVjKk0PgVBU19

Webinar Presentation Slides: https://www.dance.nyc/uploads/Tier_II_CRF_NYS_Webinar.pdf


Virtual Technical Assistance Sessions

To assist prospective applicants, Dance/NYC will be holding virtual one-on-one technical assistance sessions via Google Meet or by phone in English and Spanish. Registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

Available dates include:

  • Tier I Individual Dance Makers Technical Assistance 
    • April 5, 2022 - May 4, 2022
  • Tier II Small-budget Dance Making Organizations 
    • April 12, 2022 - May 18, 2022


Applicants will be able to register for: 

One (1) 20-minute session to receive one-on-one support, including but not limited to answering questions about eligibility, required materials, etc. Please register for only one session, at least two (2) business days in advance. 

ASL interpretation and closed captioning will be available upon request at the time of registration. If you anticipate needing any of these services, please register at least five (5) business days in advance.

Register for a 20-minute session for the Individual Dance Makers Application

Register for a 20-minute session for the Dance Making Organizations/Groups Application

One (1) 40-minute session assisting with the completion of the application on Submittable. Priority for 40-minute sessions will be given to disabled applicants and/or applicants who do not have access to Wi-Fi and/or a computer for the purposes of submitting an application. Please register for only one session, at least two (2) business days in advance. 

ASL interpretation and closed captioning will be available upon request at the time of registration. If you anticipate needing any of these services, please register at least five (5) business days in advance.

Register for a 40-minute session for the Individual Dance Makers Application

Register for a 40-minute session for the Dance Making Organizations/Groups Application
 


Questions

If you are unable to join our webinar or one-on-one sessions, or if you have further questions, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) pages:

Applicants may also submit questions not already addressed on the FAQ pages by email: [email protected] Please only send questions to this email account. Questions sent to Dance/NYC staff email accounts directly may be missed and go unanswered. As appropriate, Dance/NYC’s responses to questions received will be added to the FAQ pages.

 

 

 

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