Dance/NYC: Disability and National Synergies in Dance


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Dance/NYC thrives on its continued partnerships with enthusiastic volunteers from the NYC community who share our passion for promoting the knowledge, appreciation, practice, and performance of dance in the New York City metropolitan areas. We welcome volunteers as integral members of the Dance/NYC team and value their individual input, personal needs, and skillsets

Dance/NYC is currently looking for volunteers for two upcoming Disability and National Synergies Event:

  • Disability and National Synergies in Dance on Tuesday, November 15, 2016, from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at Barnard College, located at 3009 Broadway.
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Volunteer Opportunities

All events include two volunteer opportunities: Week-Of volunteers, and Day-Of volunteers:

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Day-Of volunteers volunteer for a minimum of four hours and attend the event. Volunteers are typically scheduled in work stations, including production areas such as registration, guest relations, photography, and communications.

Week-Of volunteers come in for a total of 9 hours over two separate days. One five-hour shift takes place either the day before or the day after the event and is flexible upon availability. Tasks include: support with administration, production, media editing, and post-production. The second four-hour shift takes place on the day of the event. Tasks include: set-up, registration, guest relations, photography, and communications.

Both disabled and non-disabled people are encouraged to participate and volunteer at this event. All volunteers will receive an orientation and a NEW YORKER FOR DANCE TSHIRT.


Town Hall: Disability and National Synergies in Dance

When: Tuesday, November 15, 2016, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Where: Barnard College, located at 3009 Broadway

About: For the final Town Hall in the series, Judith Smith and Alice Sheppard will discuss some of the learnings of AXIS Dance Company’s regional convenings, their experiences as artists and advocates in the field, perspectives on the other topics of the town halls, and pathways to a future where disabled artists flourish. This town hall will be moderated by DDA (Inter)national Voices Curator Simi Linton.


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