A programming series that offers diverse participatory art-making experiences transforms an arts center.
Hoping to expand the ways in which audiences connect to the organization outside the performance experience, GroundWorks embarked on two experiments.
A dedicated group of ambassadors engage their personal networks to bring in new audiences and promote learning about dance.
By mobilizing community stakeholders, exploring and implementing innovative practices, DANCECleveland’s Dance Advance Team (DAT) works toward creating an affinity for dance.
We will dedicate our time to finding a new archive model that empowers individuals to customize their discovery of dance film.
We will provide the infrastructure to practitioners in the field to develop and implement entrepreneurial artistic and business practices that will enable sustainability.
We will create a unique share-model that will scale up our internal ensemble practice to an organizational level.
We’re excited to release 12 new stories of innovation into our permanent collection.
How do you utilize personal networks to engage younger and more culturally diverse audiences?
The ArtsFwd team is at Norwood Club today to cover Day 3 of the gathering. Live updates from the meeting will be below.
The ArtsFwd team is at Norwood Club today to cover Day 2 of the gathering. Live updates from the meeting will be below.
The ArtsFwd team is at Norwood Club today to cover the gathering. Live updates from the meeting will be below.
Willing to break down the barriers of class, culture and ethnicity, a Brooklyn-based dance company designs a teen program meant to give them a platform for achieving their personal best.
How one of the country’s leading single-choreographer dance companies merged with a 45 year old NYC dance presenter to create an ambitious new model for a producing dance organization.