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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Dance/NYC's Dance Partner Database

Dance/NYC's Dance Partner Database
Read More about it below!
From the L O F T . . . NEW PROGRAM!
Do you have the need for a PT administrator?
Has the economy caused you to reduce your staff hours?
Don't want to lose that valuable employee but can't keep
them on full time?
Have you been laid off?
Have your hours reduced and are you looking for more work?
Interested in sharing a staff member?
Please send your company needs or resume to Dance/NYC. We
are compiling a list of dance organizations and
administrators in the hopes of bringing people together
during these rough economic times. If you think this is
something that would work for you or for your company - let
us know. We will be working to match people and companies
so that artists and administrators can continue to work,
companies can get the help they need and together we can
all work to get through this challenging time in our

Youth Advisory Committee Town Hall

"Bridging the Generational Gap"
WHEN: Monday February 2nd, 2008
WHERE: Joyce SoHo

A panel discussion moderated by Robert Dorf, Managing
Director of Susan Marshall & Company, about the challenges
and learning experiences of working across generations as
artists and administrators in the dance industry.

Panelists to include members of the NY dance community,
representing varying views from the young to the seasoned.

Have an opinion? We want to hear it on Feb. 2nd!


The Dance/NYC Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) is a volunteer
arts committee servicing both Dance/NYC and the greater New
York dance community. The committee is comprised of young
adults in the arts profession ages 18-30.
Joyce SoHo Applications Available

2009—2010 season applications are available online now for
Joyce SoHo's performance space!
We are accepting applications until January 31, 2009 for
performance weeks from September 2009 – July 2010.

74 seat white box theater w/ Marley floor $600 for 2 shows
+ 12 hrs tech to $900 for 4 shows
+ 16 hrs tech
(discounts available for festival participation – see
We include you in our season brochure, list you on our
website, handle online ticket sales, provide our
professional staffing assistance…and YOU keep the box
office proceeds!
Standard or flexible space/ audience setup available.

Check out under "Dancers and Dance Companies" to
orange Joyce SoHo tab or call us at (212) 431-9233.

New Place to Dance!
Arias Dance NYC
300 West 43rd Street between 8th and 9th Ave
Phone: 347-273-1536


Classes for dancers of all levels
Classes that meet at day, at night, and on the weekends

Host an Intern
Announcing the Arts and Business Council's Multicultural
Arts Management Internship that matches 11 diverse
undergraduates with 11 NYC arts organizations to "learn the
business of the arts." Interns spend ten weeks (June
1-August 7) working on their host organization's projects
in areas such as marketing, fundraising, event planning,
community outreach, arts education, programming, research
and more.
Apply to be an intern host supervisor—you'll get a
significant management experience for yourself and an extra
brain for your organization.
To host an intern your organization must:
• be a nonprofit with at least two full-time staff;
• have offices within the five boroughs of New York
• be a current member of Arts & Business Council of
New York (or become one);
• contribute $1,000 to your intern's stipend (that
works out to $2.50/hour on your part, such a deal);
• be able to provide an intern with a meaningful
project (i.e. not completely clerical).And this is what you
• an bright, shiny undergraduate intern for 10 weeks
of full-time assistance;
• $1,500 grant from ABC/NY to contribute to the
intern's stipend;
• an unlimited MetroCards for the duration of the
program for the intern;
• a network of other host organizations, interns, and
intern mentors from businesses like ConEd and Time Warner;
• invitations to attend exclusive program site visits
at other host organizations.
The application deadline is February 2.
Learn more about the program here.

Works and Process
See New York City Ballet's Emerging Choreographers at Works
& Process at the Guggenheim
Sunday and Monday, January 18 and 19 @ 7:30 p.m.
Stuttgart Ballet's Douglas Lee presents excerpts of his new
ballet created to celebrate New York City Ballet's launch
of the Rudolf Nureyev Fund for Emerging Choreographers.
Melissa Barak also presents excerpts from her new ballet.
Both participate in a discussion moderated by Ellen Sorrin.
Dancers include Maria Kowroski, Sara Mearns, Jared Angle
and more. A reception with the artists follows.
$30, $25 Members, $10 Students
Box Office 212 423 3587
Buy tickets online at

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue at 89th Street

The staff at Dance/NYC offers daily help an d support. We
can be reached in the office Mon - Fri from 10am-6pm. Call
Dance/NYC at 212.966.4452, email us or drop by for

Parting Words
Here are some important services to remember:

Dancers' workshops, seminars and professional development
events are listed on the Dance Service Organizations'
Calendar of It's one-stop-shopping for
dance-related programs c itywide in a convenient calendar

The Actors Fund especially responds to the health care
needs of performing artists. Please become familiar with
the Al Hirschfeld Free Health Clinic at The Aurora, which
provides free health care to uninsured and underinsured
documented entertainment industry professionals. Please be
sure to check it out!
Have you used the Artist Access health plan yet? If so,
please let us hear from you by email - both the good and
the bad. We're eager to make sure the program is running
as we had planned. If you do have an issue, please be sure
to let us know the day and date of the problem and at what
department or area of the hospital the problem occurred so
that we can help you.

Dance/NYC is a branch of Dance/USA, the national service
organization for professional dance.

63 Greene Street, #605

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