A.I.M/Kyle Abraham Presents Homecoming Week Honoring Misty Copeland
A.I.M Kyle Abraham
Catch up with A.I.M from October 12-17 as we present
A.I.M Homecoming Week
a week-long virtual celebration of A.I.M’s
resilience, perseverance, and creative tenacity
Honoring Misty Copeland, Principal Dancer, American Ballet Theatre
Homecoming Week will raise critical funds to support A.I.M’s artists and the sustainability of the company. We invite you to drop-in and join us at any event throughout the week!
Homecoming Week Schedule:
Monday, October 12: A.I.M Silent Auction - Live at 12:00 PM ET
Bid on one-of-a-kind experiences and items through our online silent auction—available to all. Make sure to visit our gala website to access the auction when it goes live on the 12th!
Wednesday, October 14: Homecoming Night - 7:00 PM ET
Gather your friends and family for A.I.M’s Homecoming Night, free to stream and premiering on A.I.M’s Youtube page!
Sponsored by Emmy-award winning creative studio, The Skin Deep, Homecoming Night features an intimate interview with Kyle Abraham and 2020 Honoree Misty Copeland—additional appearances by Bebe Neuwirth, Glenn Ligon, Carrie Mae Weems, A.I.M dancers, and more. RSVP here to receive a reminder and link the day of!
Friday, October 16: A.I.M Silent Auction - Closes at 6:00 PM ET
Your last chance to bid on our one-of-a-kind auction items and experiences. Your generosity will ensure the longevity of A.I.M!
Saturday, October 17: Open Level Masterclass with A.I.M Dancer Tamisha Guy - 12:00 PM ET
Join Kyle and the A.I.M family on Zoom for an open level masterclass taught by company member Tamisha Guy. The class will focus on A.I.M’s luscious and dynamic movement style and participants will learn a portion of original choreography from Kyle Abraham’s most sought-after repertory pieces.
The class will be geared towards those with some movement background, but experience or not, all ages and levels are welcome and encouraged to participate at their comfort level!
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