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Live & On Stage National Artists Announced for Austin Annual Meeting

Posted: Tuesday, August 9th, 2016 at 12:05 pm in Events, News

Join us in congratulating four Creation Fund-ed artists on their selection for this December’s Live & On Stage performances, presented over two nights as part of the Austin Annual Meeting.

  • Dahlak Brathwaite, Spiritrials – San Francisco, CA
    • Co-commissioners: Youth Speaks (San Francisco, CA), Painted Bride Arts Center (Philadelphia, PA), Hip Hop Theater Festival (Brooklyn, NY), Maui Arts & Cultural Center (Kahului, HI), Legion Arts (Cedar Rapids, IA)
    • Website: http://www.thisisdahlak.com/
  • Soomi Kim and Suzi Takahashi, Chang(e) – New York, NY
    • Co-commissioners: Asian Arts Initiative (Philadelphia, PA), HERE Arts Center (New York, NY), Eventual Ashes (Toronto, CANADA)
    • Website: http://www.soomikim.com/
  • The Seldoms, Power Goes – Chicago, IL
    • Co-commissioners: MCA Chicago (Chicago, IL), Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (Edwardsville, IL)
    • Website: http://theseldoms.org/
  • Meg Wolfe, New Faithful Disco – Los Angeles, CA
    • Co-commissioners: REDCAT (Los Angeles, CA), PICA (Portland, OR), DiverseWorks (Houston, TX), Z Space (San Francisco, CA)
    • Website: https://megwolfedance.org/

The four artists represent the racial, geographic, aesthetic, career stage, disciplinary/genre, and cultural diversity of work touring around the network and we’re thrilled about presenting them this December. Sharing the stage with these four artists will be four Austin-based artists, selected by a committee convened by Annual Meeting hosts Women & Their Work and Fusebox Festival.

All the selected national artists have completed a Creation Fund, toured their work, and completed their Forth Fund. The selection process consisted of a full application and panel review by a selection panel comprised of NPN Partner, local Austin, NPN/VAN staff, production, and artist representation. Applications were evaluated based on feasibility, potential Partner interest, and readiness to tour.




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