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Paid Opportunity for Dancers of All Abilities

Posted Sunday October 09 2016 at 1:33 pm

Dancers around a walker

Ellice Patterson of Boston Dance Alliance is looking to hire dancers of all abilities for an evening performance February 3, 2017 at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center titled "Abilities".  The theme of the show is the experiences of disabled dancers and their relationship to others (familial, romantic, etc) and the environment around them.

If interested, please email link to a video less than 5 minutes long showcasing technique and improvisational style, previous experiences if applicable, and contact information to ellicepatterson@gmail.com with subject "Abilities Audition".  Experience is welcome but not required.  Applications are due by November 1, 2016.  For questions, email ellicepatterson@gmail.com or call 781-465-4032.



Access to Theatre Summer Institute

Posted Monday July 11 2016 at 12:39 pm

Access to Theatre Selfie

Do you want to be an actor, dancer, rapper, musician, poet, or visual artist?  Do you want to work with other artists and challenge yourself creatively?  Come express yourself in Partners for Youth with Disabilities' inclusive Access to Theatre Summer Institute!

Who:  Teens and young adults of all abilities, ages 13-22

When:  July 18th—July 29th, 2016 Monday thru Friday (9am - 3pm)

Performances:  July 29, 2016.  Two at 1pm and 6pm

Where:  Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts (539 Tremont Street)

How:  Contact Deep Chinappa at 617-556-4075 x20 or dchinappa@pyd.org

Cost:  $300 (Need-based scholarships available)



Placement Opportunity in UK for Disabled Person to Work as Arts Producer, Curator, or Administrator

Posted Sunday May 15 2016 at 10:54 am

People viewing unlimited exhibit

Unlimited is a program based in the United Kingdom which supports high quality, extraordinary art by disabled artists.  In partnership with the British Council, Unlimited is offering a professional development placement for a disabled person who is based outside of the UK and who is working or beginning to work as an arts producer, arts curator, or arts administrator.

The placement aims to support the next generation of arts leaders and is a unique opportunity, offering a hands-on experience of the delivery of Unlimited as a commissioning and funding program.

This opportunity is fully supported by a grant to cover financial expenses incurred and provide any access support.

For full details and application, visit the Unlimited websiteThe deadline for applications is Monday May 23, 2016.