Defining “Small-Budget” Dance Makers in a Changing Dance Ecology


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RIOULT Dance Center

34-01 Steinway St, Long Island City, NY 11101
Entrance on 34th Ave.
between Steinway and 41st Street

Accessibility Features:
Wheelchair accessibility symbol Sign language accessibility symbol Braille accessibility symbol
 RIOULT Dance Center is an accessible venue. The entrance is located on 34th Avenue (between Steinway and 41st Street). The building door requires a buzzer to enter. The buzzer is located on the left hand side of the building door. An elevator is available via the main entrance on 34th Ave (between Steinway and 41st Street). You may take the elevator to the second floor where all studio spaces and registration are located. All interior spaces and rooms are wheelchair accessible. All restrooms are gender inclusive and wheelchair accessible. Studios and communal spaces are lit by a combination of fluorescent lights and incandescent lights. ASL interpretation will be provided. Dance/NYC will not be able to provide child care or health care for this event.

If you require reasonable accommodation, please contact Christopher Núñez, Dance/NYC’s Manager of Justice, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, prior to the event via email at or call 212.966.4452 (voice only).


Map to Entrance:

Screenshot of Google Maps showing entrance to RIOULT with a star for the entrance on 34th Avenue


Sanctuary Space:

Dance/NYC and RIOULT Dance Center declare Defining “Small-Budget” Dance Makers in a Changing Dance Ecology to be a Sanctuary space for the duration of the conference. This acts on Dance/NYC’s commitment to justice, equity, and inclusion. In declaring a sanctuary conference, Dance/NYC and RIOULT Dance Center commit to:

  • Inviting participation in art, culture, and education in a place free of fear.
  • Providing a safe space for all - a space free of discrimination; a space where people will not be mistreated because of their race, ethnicity, gender or gender expression, immigration status, sexual orientation, disability, or religious faith (or lack thereof).
  • Protect any information on immigration status of all members, staff, artists, and visitors in any way possible and to the best of our abilities.
  • Participate in a training with Artspace Sanctuary to ensure that all staff are in accordance with the principles of the sanctuary movement.


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