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2019 Emergency Grants: Dance

23 Projects Supported to date

Kimberly Bartosik (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in July to present I hunger for you in the SuperSense Festival of the Ecstatic at Arts Centre Melbourne in Australia, August 23-24.

Laurie Berg and Bessie McDonough-Thayer (Brooklyn, NY), dancers and choreographers, received a grant in April to present EZ Pass at Roulette Intermedium in Brooklyn, with performances April 17-18.

Michelle Boulé (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in May to present The Monomyth at LAIKS DEJOT Festival in Riga, Latvia, June 10.

Body Weather Laboratory (Venice, CA), dance company, received a grant in February to present Façade of Time on the streets and canals of Venice, CA, February 17.

stormy budwig (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in January to present resistance fantasies: strategies for moving toward—and against— in the Exponential Festival at Target Margin Theater in Brooklyn, January 24-26.

Douglas Dunn + Dancers (New York, NY), a dance company, received a grant in February to perform Crag at the 92nd Street Y in New York, March 8-9.

Lisa Fagan (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in February to present Red Carrots in the Exponential Festival at The Brick Theater in Brooklyn, January 23-27.

Katherine Fisher (Los Angeles, CA), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in June to present The Muses in The New Original Works Festival at REDCAT in Los Angeles, July 25-27.

Allie Hankins and Rachael Dichter (Portland, OR), dancers and choreographers, received a grant in January to present When We in the Quarter Block Party Arts Festival in Cork, Ireland, February 9.

Tahni Holt (Portland, OR), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in February to present Rubble Bodies in the Treefort Music Festival at LED Boise in Boise, ID, March 20-24.

Emily Johnson (New York, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in July to present Umyuangvigkaq during Future Assembly at Arts House venue in Melbourne, Australia, July 13.

Chia-Ying Kao (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in June to present Out of A Landscape at KunstBUS Festival in Schirgiswalde-Kirschau, Germany, June 15-16.

NIC Kay (Bronx, NY), a dance and performance artist, received a grant in May to present GET WELL SOON you black + bluised at Abrons Arts Center in New York, May 23 – 25.

Molly Lieber and Eleanor Smith (Brooklyn, NY), both dancers and choreographers, received a grant in March to present Body Comes Apart at New York Live Arts in New York, March 6-9.

Jennie MaryTai Liu (Monrovia, CA), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in January to present Living Female Respondent, or 53. Yakshi at the Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, February 14-17.

Ainesh Madan (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in June to present Phantasies at The Performance Project at University Settlement, in New York, May 24-25.

Juliana May (Queens, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in June to present Folk Incest at ImPulsTanz, in Vienna, Austria, July 20-22.

Jennifer Monson (New York, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in June to present ditch during Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's River to River Festival at the Melville Gallery in New York, June 26-28.

Christopher Núñez (Brooklyn, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in March to present Childhood is not another country as a part of Dance and Process at The Kitchen in New York, April 5-6.

Phoebe Osborne (New York, NY), a performance, video, and sound artist, received a grant in April to present Flake in an evening of performance in the Pfizer Building in Brooklyn, April 18.

Nicky Paraiso (New York, NY), an actor, writer, and performance artist, received a grant in March to present now my hand is ready for my heart: intimate histories at La MaMa E.T.C. in New York, March 22-April 7.

jumatatu m. poe (Philadelphia, PA), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in January to perform terrestrial during American Realness at the Bronx Academy of Art and Dance in the Bronx, January 10-13.

Katy Pyle (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in June to present Studies for Giselle of Loneliness at Mount Tremper Arts, in Mount Tremper, NY, July 13.

Ogemdi Ude (New York, NY), a choreographer, received a grant in March to present SOMA in the Spring Movement Festival at Center for Performance Research in Brooklyn, April 4-6.

Kate Watson-Wallace (Los Angeles, CA), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in July to present kim. in the New Original Works Festival at REDCAT in Los Angeles, August 1-3.

Kota Yamazaki (Brooklyn, NY), a dancer and choreographer, received a grant in March to present Darkness Odyssey Part 3: Non-Opera, Becoming at New York Live Arts in New York, April 3-6.