NCDF Gives Thanks
November 28, 2011 § Leave a comment
The North Carolina Dance Festival, and our managing organization Dance Project, could not put on the quality programming we do without the help of many individuals and organizations.
Many, many thanks to:
Our Dance Project Board members: Terrie Reeves, Mark Gabriel, Jennifer Kegerise, Sarah Vincent, Tina Yarborough-Liggins, Tracie Foster Chan
Our major funders: The NC Arts Council, The Cemala Foundation, the Ecolab Foundation, the United Arts Council, the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro
All of our supporters who have donated towards our programming
Our Festival hosts/organizers across the state: Carol Kyles Finley (Raleigh), E.E. Balcos (Charlotte), Susan Lutz (Boone), Nancy Carson (Wilmington)
Our Festival technical director: Eleanor Smith
Sarah Vincent for program and advertising design
Carol Kyles Finley for poster and postcard design
Pete Sangimino and Scott and Katherine Allen for website design and management
Teachers and schools who have welcomed our Festival artists in outreach activities: Courtney Greer (Enloe High School), Clay Daniel (Central Piedmont Community College), Susan Lutz (Appalachian State University), Cheri Stokes (Penn-Griffin School of the Arts), Angie Greene (Eastern Guilford High School), Kerrie King (Northern Guilford High School), Teresa Lowell (Peeler Elementary School), Emily Brenner (Weaver High School)
Our interns and volunteers
City Arts, for office space and support for our School at City Arts
Students and families who take classes in our School
Festival touring artists present and past, who make our activities successful!
Thanks again to all from the Dance Project!
Jan Van Dyke, Artistic Director
Anne Morris, Program Director
Elizabeth Lane Christopher, School Director
For more information on the various activities of the Dance Project, please visit: www.danceproject.org. Find out how you can get involved, take classes, watch performances, make a donation, and join our mailing list!
Up next on the blog: Find out about our upcoming NCDF Community Day, scheduled for January 28, 2012! Meet the teaching and performing artists and learn how you can participate in this full day of dance!