BAAD! Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance
VOLUNTEER THIS WEEKEND AT BAAD!
Saturday, October 4 / 1-6pm
Sunday, October 5 / 3-6pm
Spend 1, 2, 3 hours or
as much time as you’d like to give
Call 718-842-5223 and let us know when you can come by or e-mail Charles at firstname.lastname@example.org put “Volunteer” in the subject line.
COFFEE AND REFRESHMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED.
The BlakTino Performance Series Begins Oct. 10.
FILM! THEATER! DANCE! LITERATURE! MUSIC!
October 7 / 6-7:30pm at BAAD!
INFO SESSION FOR NEW GRANT OPPORTUNITY FOR ARTISTS
SPONSORED BY THE FIELD
Grant Opportunity Information Session:
Economic Revitalization for Performing Artists (ERPA)
Come learn about The Field’s new funding program/entrepreneurial lab for performing artists to build new income streams. ERPA actively pairs artists with experts in the for- and non-profit sectors to brainstorm, plan and implement innovative, replicable and sustainable solutions for financial stability. Up to ten artists/companies will be selected to participate in a paid nine-month research and development program. From this group up to six artists/companies will be selected for a second nine-month project implementation program and will receive $5,000-$25,000 in re-grant funds.
Download the application and guidelines here. http://www.thefield.org/ERPA_GUIDELINES_AND_APPLICATION.doc
Or visit there website at
Application is due Thursday, November 6th by 5pm.
Don’t miss Arthur Aviles in
THE SLEEPING GIANT by Lawrence Goldhuber
Through Sunday, October 5
at Abrons Art Center, 466 Grand Street, Manhattan’s Lower East Side
NYC Premiere of Lawrence Goldhuber’s dancework, Sleeping Giant , is an allegorical warning about the myth of America. From our small town values to our adventures in empire, the piece revolves around twin brothers: the Superhero and the Sleeping Giant.
The show features dancer/performers Rhetta Aleong, Arthur Aviles, Lawrence Goldhuber, Alice Kaltman, Heidi Latsky, Brandin Steffensen, and Tony Wicks, amazing artwork by Portland based sculptor Daniel Duford, live music from the tremendous Tin Hat, video by Janet Wong, costumes by the visionary Liz Prince, sets by the wizard Gregory L. Bain, and lighting that is a character on its own by Robert Wierzel.
For tickets and info visit:
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