Joe Goode Performance Group

For General Operating Support

  • Amount
    $180,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    10/12/2019
  • Term
    36 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Organization
Strategies
Overview
Joe Goode Performance Group has a 33-year history of creating innovative dance works that combine spoken word, song, and visual imagery. Its productions range from conventional proscenium work to walk-through, multimedia performance installations. In addition, the organization provides affordable rental and performance space, and curates and co-presents classes and performances, focusing on LGBT artists, artists of color, and artists living with disabilities that are seeking access to presenting opportunities.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.joegoode.org 
Address
499 Alabama Street, Suite 150, San Francisco, CA, 94110-1380, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for general operating support  
Joe Goode Performance Group creates original, hybrid dance theater that contains a unique combination of text, vocals, media, and humor with physical, high velocity dancing, all expressing the artistic vision of choreographer Joe Goode, and reaching 3,000 audience members each year. A studio space in Project Artaud in San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood, acquired in 2011, has enabled the organization to provide multiple points of access to its work, offering more workshops and classes as well as utilizing the space for its own small experimental performances and rentals.
for general operating support  
Joe Goode Performance Group creates unique dance theater with a dazzling hybrid of text, vocals, media, humor, and physical, high-velocity dancing, all expressing the artistic vision of choreographer Joe Goode. His work is distinguished by its large scale, artistic sophistication, and incorporation of Bay Area LGBT experiences into works for broad audiences. The group performs a home season in San Francisco and tours nationally and internationally. A new studio in the Mission’s Project Artaud will enable the organization to offer more workshops and classes, rent out space, and present its own small experimental performances.

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