Once again, the answer is...ME!
|Eva Yaa Asantewaa (photo by Deborah Feller)|
Did you miss taking part in today's Guess Who's in The Greenroom at the Gibney Dance Center?
Then step up and try again for your free half-hour, 1:1 consultation with me on Thursday, September 6 (11am-2pm). RSVPs are required, and appointments go fast. See below for instructions.
Same topic as last time:
Pitch Your Show to A Dance Writer: Does Your Promotion Work?
Bring existing materials (press release, brochure, postcard, mission statement--whatever you'd use to promote and pitch your show) or just talk to me about your upcoming project, and I'll help you find strategies to improve your chances of getting noticed and covered. Time permitting, I can also take a quick look at your Web site, photos and brief video clips to assess how well each serves your efforts.
This event is offered by Gibney Dance Center in partnership with Collective for Dance Writing and New Media.
Gibney Dance Center
890 Broadway, 5th Floor (between 19th and 20th Streets), Manhattan
*Reserve your free half-hour by emailing email@example.com
Eva Yaa Asantewaa's writing on dance has appeared in Dance Magazine, The Village Voice, SoHo Weekly News, Gay City News and other publications since 1976. She has interviewed dance artists as host of Body and Soul podcast. She served on the New York Dance and Performance Art (Bessie) Award Committee for three years and has been a panelist and consultant to various arts funding and award programs. Ms. Yaa Asantewaa is a former radio producer/host with WBAI/Pacifica, specializing in programming on the arts, spirituality and LGBT and women’s issues. She blogs on the arts for InfiniteBody. She is the founder of Collective for Dance Writing and New Media and serves on its Executive Committee.