Dancers’ Group

For Sins Invalid

  • Amount
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    36 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
A fiscally sponsored project of Dancers’ Group, Sins Invalid develops and performs artistic work and offers educational programs that explore sexuality, embodiment, and the disabled body. Its work reframes and celebrates the experiences of artists with disabilities, artists of color, and gender-variant artists, fostering self-acceptance and empowerment for LGBTQ disabled people. Each year, Sins Invalid reaches 1,500 people through a range of artistic programs and educational workshops that are offered in-person and online. Renewed funding for Sins Invalid will support the continued creation of its performance programs and workshops, expand engagement of online audiences, and assist in the development of its staff and fundraising capacity.
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44 Gough Street, Suite 201, San Francisco, CA, 94103-5423, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for Bay Area National Dance Week  
Bay Area National Dance Week is a community-based outreach program that promotes dance awareness through an annual ten-day festival of more than 500 free dance events in multiple forms presented throughout the region. Choreographers, dance artists, and dance companies open their studios and theaters to the public to enable them to see dance being created, learn about different types of dance, participate in dance themselves, and build a greater understanding and appreciation of the art form. A final grant would provide operating funds to allow Bay Area National Dance Week, now a program of Dancers’ Group rather than a sponsored project, to continue the festival at the same high caliber intersection of diversity, quality and access. A one-year grant term provides a bridge until the program can be folded into Dancers’ Group’s general operating support renewal application in 2014.
for general operating support  
Dancers Group promotes the visibility and viability of Bay Area dance through collaborative programs that assist, advocate for, and support its community of artists and audiences. Programs include technical assistance, fiscal sponsorship, regranting, and a comprehensive marketing and communications system. On a vigorous growth trajectory during the past few years, the organization is entering a period of stabilization while serving the evolving needs of the region.

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