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(June 15, 2018) Walnut Creek, CA - The California Arts Council has announced it will award $24,608 to Diablo Ballet as part of its JUMP StArts program to serve 45 incarcerated girls of ages 15 to 18. The JUMP StArts program supports high-quality arts education and artists-in-residence programs for youth in the juvenile justice system.

ODC Theater will present three world premieres in June by three participants who are completing the Resident Artist Program. Gerald Casel, director of GERALDCASELDANCE; Maurya Kerr, director of tinypistol; and Nicole Klaymoon, director of Embodiment Project, will present their evening-length works, commissioned by ODC Theater, from June 7 to 23.

Dancers Group is seeking volunteers help with event set-up, answering participant questions, and handing out festival event guides at the One Dance kick-off event at San Francisco City Hall. Volunteers receive a free t-shirt and a three month membership with Dancers' Group.*
Fri, Apr 27, 11am-1pm
Sign up by emailing Andréa at badw@dancersgroup.org.

ODC Theater has announced a call for applications for the ODC Resident Artist Program. The Artist-in-Residence offers a crucial developmental opportunity for Bay Area artists with an active, recent history of creation and presentation. Successful candidates are expected to demonstrate a clear and distinct artistic vision, rigor of practice, and...

For San Francisco Ballet's Unbound Festival, choreographer Arthur Pita has set his Björk Ballet on the songs of the eclectic, Icelandic pop musician Björk Gudmundsdottir. While this may seem an unusual choice of music for a ballet, Arthur Pita is an unusual choreographer, known for his surreal productions and eclectic influences. BayDance.com had...