Join Denham Wolf President Paul Wolf for DanceNYC‘s Town Hall: Rehearsal Space as Equity: Conversations with the Dance Community. Tune in Tues, 9/28 at 5:00 p.m. ET

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A lime green-tinted image of three dancers is overlaid with blue text that reads “Rehearsal Space as Equity: Conversations with the Dance Community”. Below the image, blue text on a solid lime green background reads September 28, 5:00 PM EST. Below, white text preceded by a white icon of a globe reads “Virtual Town Hall”. A white Dance/ NYC logo is positioned in the bottom right-hand corner.

This series of mini-conversations with artists, organizers, dance studio operators, and cultural space specialists explores the contemporary landscape of rehearsal space in New York City. The event considers the nuances of supporting individuals artists and organizations, and unpacks issues around equitable access to space and resources, in order to collectively imagine the future of rehearsal space in the New York City ecosystem.

Confirmed Speakers include:

  • Caitlin Trainor, Artist and Entrepreneur, Artistic Director of Trainor Dance and Founder of

  • Carrie Blake, Senior Consultant & Research Director, Webb Management

  • Craig Peterson, Executive Artistic Director at Abrons Arts Center

  • Karisma Jay, Performing Arts, Professor and Executive Artistic Director of AbunDance (pronounced abundance) Academy of the Arts, Inc

  • Pavan Thimmaiah, Artist, Choreographer, Director of PMT House of Dance (Head of the Dance Studio Alliance NYC)

  • Paul Wolf, President, Denham Wolf Real Estate Services

  • Ryan Gilliam, Executive Director, FABnyc

  • Valerie Green, Executive/Artistic Director, Dance Entropy

  • x sennyuen, Performance Artist, Curator, Choreographer

Registration is required. This event is free and open to the public.

Learn more at Dance.NYC/Programs/DanceNYC-Events

Dance/NYC is committed to accessibility and the inclusion of disabled and immigrant people in its programs. ASL interpretation & closed captioning will be available.