LOCAL RESOURCES Mid-June UPDATE 2013
UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR DANCERS
(information sent along from Presenting Denver )
The Denver Art Museum (DAM) is organizing a one night performance of Chicago based artist Nick Cave that will be part of Denver’s Biennial of Americas final evening event. The 20-30 min piece is called HEARD-DAM and is a variation of HEARD recently performed in NYC Grand Central Station and at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas last spring. The piece incorporates 60 dancers, 30 volunteers and will be staged in the main lawn of Civic Park. There will be musical accompaniment provided by local musicians and members of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. Interested dancers can contact William Morrow, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, or Renee Miller, Curatorial Assistant at email@example.com for more information.
• Performance: July 19th (approx 8pm) at Civic Park
• Stipend: $100/day/dancer
• Rehearsals: Evenings July 15 – 18th at the Denver Art Museum and possible dress rehearsal the same week. Performance July 19th.
• Costumes: provided by the artist and DAM
• Needed: 60 professional dancers (2 dancers per costume)
• Choreography: Nick Cave and William Gill with assistance from Bob Faust, Nick Cave Studio Director
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Engaging Dance Audiences Roundtable
Dance Bridge sponsored a free event for choreographers and artistic directors interested in learning how to connect on new levels with their audiences on Monday, June 3rd at the Boulder Public Library. DB coordinator, Mary Wohl Haan was joined by guest presenter Jeremy Williams, a director, choreographer, and playmaker, who provides consulting services on audience development and engagement planning for individual artists and arts organizations of all sizes.
Notes from the Roundtable will be added soon to the takeaways that Jeremy compiled after the event. Check EDA Rountable Notes & Takeaways for ideas you might start using immediately and check back again soon for additional notes.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-441-4391.
For more on Mr. Williams, http://jeremy-williams.org/p ortfolio/.
Local Resources & Dance Bridge Updates:
2013 Mid-June UPDATE Announcements, Grants, Benefits, Dances & Parties
2013 Mid-June UPDATE Workshops & Opportunities
2013 Mid-June UPDATE Performances
2013 SUMMER DANCE IN COLORADO (Mid-June & on) - a Colorado guide for summer activities, workshops, master classes and festivals. This document edited throughout the summer.
2013 Summer – Childrens Dance Camps & Workshops - Information on some of the local opportunities for children of various ages. Check local resources below on Studios, Spaces & Schools. Then contact them about regular classes.
2013 Summer Outdoor Dances Everyone welcome – come out and dance to some great bands!
2013 Local & National Resources (dance organizations you should know & use)
2013 Boulder Dance Studios, Spaces & Schools (spaces for rehearsals & classes)
2013 TEACHERS in the Area (contact for a variety of teachers)
2013 Area Theaters & Performance Venues (space options for presentations)
Arts and Cultural Services Manager Position – Open Until Filled
Under limited supervision, the Arts and Cultural Services Manager provides leadership, vision and direction for arts and cultural issues within the City; oversees the development, coordination, administration and evaluation of diverse, relevant, year-round arts and cultural programming for the City; develops, implements and manages an emerging public art program; and, provides a high level of customer service to community members and other city departments. Complete job description
Hiring Range: $69,950-$82,110 Annually (DOQ)
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Library – Main 1001 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, Colorado
Dance Bridge, a project of the Boulder Arts Commission, is a dance networking, leadership and service organization, working as a bridge for you, your art and your audience. Dance Bridge serves as a clearing house for dancers and the general community. With a centralization of services and resources to both professional and non-professional dancers, this multi-faceted project aims to broaden public participation through promotion, support, leadership, education and advocacy. Dance Bridge is information and networking central when it comes to dance in the Boulder area. Services and programs are free. Contact for information on annual programs and answers to questions. 303-441-4391, email@example.com.
Contact Dance Bridge Coordinator, Mary Wohl Haan for more information, 303-441-4391, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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