Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Choreographic Residencies: What do you need?

Gibney Dance Center's Center Line town hall series continues with a community discussion on choreographic residencies, moderated by Sara Juli. GDC wants your feedback and direction on the elements that contribute to a great creative experience.

GDC Director Gina Gibney writes,

"We are currently developing a pilot residency program that will unfold in 2012 and (with any luck) develop into a full-fledged program next fall.  As part of this, we are conducting some informal research and would like to open up the conversation to the community. We are interested in gathering impressions on what is needed, what is not being offered elsewhere and how our particular facility can best be utilized for this purpose."

SARA JULI is the Founder/Director of Surala Consulting, a NYC-based fundraising consultancy specializing in strategic fundraising solutions. She has also been creating and performing innovative solo work in New York City for the past ten years and has toured her work in New York City, nationally and internationally to Holland, Australia, New Zealand, London, and Russia.
                                               
You are welcome to join this important community event on Wednesday, January 25 at 6pm.

Admission is free, but space is limited. Please RSVP with your name, email address and organization/job title to rsvp@gibneydance.org.

Gibney Dance Center
Studio 3, 5th Floor
890 Broadway (between 19th and 20th Streets), Manhattan
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