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State Dept. funds 10 U.S. High Schoolers to Study w/ Bolshoi

The New York-based Russian American Foundation has announced that 10 American high school ballet dancers have been selected for the prestigious National Security Language Initiative for Youth Program -- funded by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of…

 

The Gov. Proposed at 40% Cut to NYSCA Local Assistance

From NYC Arts Advocacy HQ, nysarts.org: The Governor proposed a 40% cut to NYSCA local assistance (grantmaking) funding for 2010-11.His proposal will slash funding from $41.6 million in 09-10 to $25.2 million, making this the largest state agency cut. He…

 

Current Status on Possible DTW/Bill T. Merger outlined in NYTimes

Two Dance Visions in a Creative Pas de Deux By FELICIA R. LEE Published: April 26, 2010 A theater merging with a choreographer’s company? As the New York dance world puzzled over the unusual prospect of a union between the downtown presenter…

 

Cultural Data Project Training Sessions

The Cultural Data Project has announced another series of training and demonstrations. Take advantage of these FREE sessions to help you get onboard with CDP. NYSCA will require the CDP as part of the 2011-12 application. Start early and get useful…

 

ADF Call for Entries

The American Dance Festival is is pleased to announce a call for entries for the 15th annual Dancing for the Camera: International Festival of Film and Video Dance. Showcasing work that makes innovative statements about the integration of movement and…

 

Princess Grace Award Deadline Approaching!

DANCE/CHOREOGRAPHY APPLICATION POSTMARK DEADLINE: APRIL 30, 2010 Founded in 1982, in memory of Princess Grace (Kelly) of Monaco, the Princess Grace Foundation-USA identifies and assists emerging artists in theater, dance and film and has awarded…

 
SummerStage Free Dance Events Across NYC This August

 

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SummerStage Free Dance Events Across NYC This August