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2018 Emergency Grants: Dance

32 Projects Supported to date

Emergency Grants 2018: Dance

ARCOS (Austin, TX), a dance company, received a grant in February to record a score for a performance of The Tower Is Us (A Prisoner's Cinema) at the Performing Arts Center at Texas State University in San Marcos, TX, May 10-12.

Charles Atlas (New York, NY), a video artist, received a grant in March to present The Kitchen Follies at The Kitchen in New York, May 3-12.

Elena Bajo (Los Angeles, CA), a visual, conceptual, and performance artist, received a grant in August to present A Poem in Seven Movements (Anarchoreographies) at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts' Project Space in New York, September 21-November 17.

BodyCartography Project (Minneapolis, MN), a dance company, received a grant in February to present felt room at The Performance Arcade in Wellington, New Zealand, March 1-4.

Ellery Burton and Shannon Stewart (New Orleans, LA), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in July to perform RELATIVES at the Seattle Festival of Dance Improvisation at Velocity Dance Center in Seattle, on July 30.

Matty Davis and Ben Gould (Brooklyn, NY), dance and performance artists, received a grant in April to present Carriage at Human Resources in Los Angeles and at Creative Growth in Oakland, CA, May 4-6.

Elena Demyanenko (Bennington, VT), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in February to present echo/archive at the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center in Troy, NY, on March 2.

Meg Foley (Philadelphia, PA), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in August to perform The undergird at at Crane Arts' Icebox Project Space as part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival in Philadelphia, September 13-16.

Alice Gosti (Seattle, WA), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in May to present Come diventare un partigiano at Centro Arti Opificio Siri in Terni, Italy, on June 9.

Mike Khoury and Leyya Tawil (Oakland, CA), a choreographer and composer duo, received a grant in February to present Atlas at the Irtijal Festival in Beirut, Lebanon, on March 30.

Taylor Knight and Anna Thompson (Pittsburgh, PA), choreographers and co-founders of slowdanger, received a grant in May to present hybrid memory at Links Hall in Chicago, May 18-19.

Elena Light (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in August to perform Empire of Love at Abrons Arts Center in New York, September 20 and 22.

Mariangela Lopez (Brooklyn, NY), a choreographer and performer, received a grant in April to present RAPHAEL at Abrons Arts Center in New York, May 2-5.

Melanie Maar (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in April to present Being in Concrete Light at The Chocolate Factory Theater in Long Island City, May 12-14.

Kyle Marshall (Jersey City, NJ), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in April to perform WAGE at the Center for Performance Research in Brooklyn, May 10-12.

Julie Mayo (Brooklyn, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in October to present Terrific Freight at The Chocolate Factory Theater in Long Island City, October 24-27.

Paloma McGregor (New York, NY), a dance and performance maker, received a grant in June to present Building a Better Fishtrap / from the river's mouth on the Bronx River, commissioned by New York Live Arts, on June 23.

Luke Murphy (New York, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in October to present The Milkboy Kid at University Settlement in New York, November 9-10.

Mina Nishimura (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in January to present Bladder Inn (and X, Y, Z, W) at Danspace Project in New York, February 1-3.

Jody Oberfelder (New York, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in June to present On the Move Shortly at St. Pancras Station in London, United Kingdom, on July 30.

Angie Pittman (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in July to perform Sequined Kisses and VazLean at The Kitchen in New York, on July 27.

Noemí Segarra Ramírez (San Juan, PR), a movement improviser, received a grant in August to support PISO proyecto's Siete es un ciclo / Seven is a cycle at El Cuadrado Gris/The Gray Square in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 11-25.

Gabrielle Revlock (Philadelphia, PA), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in April to present Show Now Show at The Flea Theater in New York, May 23-27.

Jen Rosenblit (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in January to present Everything Fits In the Room at Industria in Brooklyn, January 12-14.

Tamara Rosenblum (Los Angeles, CA), a director and writer, received a grant in March to perform Folie à Trois at Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica, CA, April 13-14.

Danielle Russo (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in August to present SENTINEL at the Brooklyn Historical Society in Brooklyn, on September 14.

Crystal Sepúlveda (Riverside, CA), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in January to present t r o p i c a l f o r e c a s t at the NOT FESTIVAL in Riverside, CA, March 1 and 3.

RoseAnne Spradlin (New York, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in September to premiere Y, the second in her trio of works X, Y, and Z, at New York Live Arts in New York, September 27-October 6.

Paz Tanjuaquio (Woodside, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in July to present a new solo work at Le Commun, Bâtiment d'Art Contemporain in Geneva, Switzerland, on July 15.

David Thomson (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in January to perform he his own mythical beast at Performance Space New York in New York, January 31-February 4.

Annie Wilson (Philadelphia, PA), a performance artist, received a grant in March to present Home with the Humorless Bastard at JACK in Brooklyn, March 29-31.

Pavel Zustiak (New York, NY), a choreographer and director, received a grant in March to perform Custodians of Beauty at SPOTLIGHT: USA in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, March 26-28.