CounterPulse

For The 80 Turk Project

  • Amount
    $200,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    3/4/2016
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    Capital Funds
Overview
CounterPulse is a presenter of contemporary performance art in San Francisco's mid-Market neighborhood. CounterPulse provides space and resources for emerging artists and cultural innovators, serving as an incubator for the creation of experimental, multi-disciplinary performance art and dance. The organization reaches more than 15,000 audience members annually, and no audience member is turned away if they cannot afford the price of a ticket. With the recent acquisition of a historic facility, this grant will support efforts to complete the renovation of the theater, which is expected to open by the end of 2016.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.counterpulse.org 
Address
80 Turk Street, San Francisco, CA, 94102, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for construction costs for the renovation of the facility at 80 Turk Street  
Since 2007, the Performing Arts Program has funded CounterPULSE (also recommended on this docket for general operating support). CounterPULSE’s lease for its current location on Mission Street in San Francisco will end in 2015, and the organization is actively searching for a new physical home in its Mid-Market neighborhood. This capital grant would provide CounterPULSE with flexible funds that could be used for expenses such as planning, capital campaign implementation, site acquisition, and renovations.
for the 2021 50 Arts Commissions for folk and traditional arts  
In recognition of the Hewlett Foundation’s 50th anniversary, the Hewlett 50 Arts Commissions initiative supports the creation and premiere of 50 exceptional works of performing arts. This grant will support CounterPulse in developing and presenting the Indian folk opera “Princess Nautanki” in partnership with lead artist Devendra Sharma and the fiscally sponsored project Devendra Sharma’s Nautanki Folk Opera Ensemble. “Princess Nautanki” will be a multilingual, woman-centered re-imagining of a classic Nautanki production, and will bring this traditionally North Indian and rural art form to Bay Area audiences.

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