August 29th: Arts in Society Grant, September 2nd: ISPA Global Fellowship, September 10th: MacDowell Colony Residency, September 18th: Atlantic Center for the Arts Mentoring Artist-in-Residence Program, May 1st: South Arts Professional Development & Artistic Planning Grants, May 1st: South Arts Express Grants
The following is a report on the gender distribution of choreographers in the upcoming seasons of the 50 largest ballet companies in the United States that have been reported so far this year (38 out of 50 as of May 23, 2019). The data is separated into subsections, focusing on different aspects of the distribution of male and female choreographic work included in the upcoming seasons. DDP cites sources and discusses limitations and important disclaimers at the end of the report.
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The Dance Data Project™ launched today with the first of a series of reports documenting gender inequity in leadership positions and pay among the 50 largest ballet companies in the United States. George Balanchine, the legendary Artistic Director and Founder of the New York City Ballet once said, “Everywhere else men are first. But in ballet, […]