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2014 Emergency Grants: Dance

14 Projects Supported

Oren Barnoy (Brooklyn, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in May to present Etcetera Unsystematized at the Danspace Project in New York, on May 31.

Christine Bonansea (San Francisco, CA), a choreographer and performer, received a grant in June to perform FLOATERS#3 at the DOCK11 Theater in Berlin, Germany, July 25-27.

Mark Dendy (New York, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in September to perform Labyrinth at Abrons Arts Center in New York, October 9-26.

Chia-Ying Kao (Brooklyn, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in October to premiere Where Your Voices Are at Triskelion Arts in Brooklyn, December 11-12.

Raja Feather Kelly (Brooklyn, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in May to perform the feath3r theory Presents: Andy Warhol's DRELLA (I love You Faye Driscoll) at The Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn, June 5-6.

Melinda Ring (New York, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in July to present Forgetful Snow at The Box in Los Angeles, July 11-20.

Jen Rosenblit (Brooklyn, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in March to premiere A Natural Dance at The Kitchen in New York, May 29-31.

Zoe Scofield (Seattle, WA), a choreographer, received a grant in December to perform BeginAgain with video artist Juniper Shuey at Performance Space 122 in New York, January 14-16.

Pam Tanowitz (New York, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in June to present Broken Story (wherein there is no ecstasy) with FLUX Quartet at Mount Tremper Arts in Mount Tremper, NY, July 13-19.

Leyya Tawil (Oakland, CA), a choreographer and performer, received a grant in September to present Destroy// as part of the TransDance Festival 2014 in Cairo, Egypt, September 28-October 17.

Tatyana Tenenbaum (Brooklyn, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in July to premiere Thunder at the Conwell Theater at Temple University in Philadelphia, October 24-25.

Keith Thompson (New York, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in July to perform Mat-ur-a-tion with danceTactics as part of the Edinburgh Booking Dance Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, August 13-17.

Doug Varone (New York, NY), artistic director of Doug Varone and Dancers, received a grant in February to perform The Bench Quartet and Rise as part of the Budapest Dance Festival at the National Dance Theatre of Hungary in Budapest, Hungary, April 19-29.

Meg Wolfe (Los Angeles, CA), a choreographer and performer, received a grant in December to present New Faithful Disco as part of the FRESH Festival in San Francisco, January 9-10, 2015.