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Dance/NYC 2017 Symposium

Dance/NYC 2017 Symposium

Company:

Dance/NYC

Location:

Gibney Dance Center, 280 Broadway

Dates:

Sunday, March 5, 2017 - 9:00am

Tickets:

http://www.dance.nyc/dancesymp/overview

Company:
Dance/NYC

When: Sunday, March 5, 2017, 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

Where: Gibney Dance Center, 280 Broadway (enter at 53A Chambers Street)                   

How: Registration is required. Register today.
Early Bird Rate (available until January 15th): $100 
        Artist Rate: $55
Equity + Inclusion Partner Rate: $50

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Sponsorship and advertising options are also available.

 

Dance/NYC's 2017 Symposium will use as its organizing device cultural planning underway by the City of New York and deep dive into the topics of growing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workforce, increasing dance education, addressing the challenge of affordability, and driving interagency cooperation, among others. How can New Yorkers, by working together and across sectors, act now to advance the art form and more than 1,200+ dance makers and companies in the metropolitan area? And how can the art form contribute to the future of all New Yorkers?

As the only full-day gathering of the dance community in the New York metropolitan area, the Symposium aims to share information and innovation and to stimulate awareness, interest, and ongoing engagement in dance. The Symposium will make use of multiple studios for panel discussions, case studies, interactive workshops, a networking lunch, and more.

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Program and speaker information forthcoming.  

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