October Centerpiece Focus on Education

October 22, 2010 Arts Education

This Education Centerpiece includes an introduction by Daniel Renner, director of education at the Denver Center Theatre Company, as well as reflections, best practices and practical takeaways gleaned by several education directors who attended the TEAM Phase 2 assessment training. The Building a National TEAM: Theatre Education Assessment Models project Phase 2 offered professional development [...]

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October is National Arts and Humanities Month

October 22, 2010 Advocacy from TCG & PAA

National Arts and Humanities Month (NAHM) is a coast-to-coast celebration of culture in America. Held every October, NAHM is the largest annual celebration of the arts and humanities in the nation. Action: Visit the NAHM Events Map to learn how you can participate locally. Also, read the White House proclamation that President Obama issued to [...]

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Shubert Foundation Accepting Grant Applications from U.S. Not-For-Profit Theatres

October 20, 2010 Development

The Shubert Foundation annually awards grants for general operating support to not-for-profit professional theatres in the United States. The Foundation provides grants only to organizations that have an established artistic and administrative track record, as well as a history of fiscal responsibility. Action: Application deadline is December 1. Visit the Shubert Foundation’s website for detailed [...]

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GAN-e-meed Theatre Project Now Accepting Proposals from Female Artists for their 2011 Season

October 20, 2010 Artistic Opportunities

GAN-e-meed Theatre Project, based in Massachusetts, is currently accepting mini-proposals from female theatre artists for projects to be produced in their 2011 season. Proposals of 500 words or less on the theme of Generational Collision can be anonymously submitted online by any female director, actress, designer or stage manager who is a full-time New England [...]

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The National New Play Network Receives $425,000 Grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

October 20, 2010 Development

The National New Play Network (NNPN), which is an alliance of not-for-profit theatres that focus on the development of new plays, has received a $425,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for its programs over the next three years. The grant will support the expansion of their Continued Life of New Plays Fund, the [...]

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October is the Foundation Center’s Funding for Arts Month

October 15, 2010 Development

October marks the Foundation Center’s annual Funding for Arts Month. The Funding for Arts Month section of their website is a resource to help arts organizations become better grant seekers and to increase their funding. Throughout the month, the Foundation Center will post information regarding arts funding including special events, free classes and webinars. Action: [...]

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hotINK at the LARK Now Accepting Play Submissions

October 15, 2010 Artistic Opportunities

hotINK, an international play reading series that takes place at the Lark Play Development Center from March 24-28, 2011, is currently accepting play submissions. hotINK has introduced New York City to plays from all over the world and has also featured the work of distinguished U.S. playwrights. The upcoming hotINK Festival will present work by [...]

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The Sierra Repertory Theatre Receives $350,000 Grant

October 15, 2010 Development

The Sierra Repertory Theatre has received a $350,000 grant from the James Irvine Foundation. The foundation recently announced $3.8 million in grants to 12 arts institutions in the Central Valley of California that are committed to broadening and diversifying their audiences and strengthening their financial sustainability.

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The Civilians Receive $700,000 Grant from the National Science Foundation

October 15, 2010 Development

The Civilians have received a $700,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to finance their new show The Great Immensity, which is about climate change. The company plans to spend the money on the development and evaluation of the show, as well as on a tour and educational programs, including post-show panel discussions with experts [...]

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USArtists International Program Offers Funding for U.S. Performing Artists to Participate in International Festivals

October 12, 2010 Artistic Opportunities

USArtists International is committed to ensuring that the impressive range of performing arts in the United States is represented abroad, and that American artists can enhance their creative and professional development through participation at international festivals. Through USAI, grants are available to American dance, music and theater ensembles as well as solo performers that have [...]

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