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
Dance Data Project® today announces its Global Resident Choreographers 2022 Data Byte. This mini-report analyzes the gender distribution of resident choreographers at ballet and dance companies worldwide, examining, in a greatly expanded study, who holds these influential and frequently lucrative posts.
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Dance Data Project® today announces its 2022 Research Calendar. Since its first published Research Report in January of 2019, DDP has produced 15 full Reports and 6 mini Data Bytes. The following is a projected timeline of extensive research– due to the nature of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on dance organizations, this is subject to change.
DDP today announces the release of the Artistic Director Leadership Changes 2021+ Data Byte. This mini-report is an extension of the research completed for DDP’s recent Global Ballet Leadership Report. Delivered in an easily digestible format, DDP’s Data Bytes capture useful, dense data that no one else is talking about.
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Dance Data Project® (DDP) today announces the Global Ballet Leadership Report. This research is the first of its kind, expanding the work of DDP’s annual Artistic and Executive Leadership Report to include 175 ballet companies from 56 countries worldwide.
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Dance Data Project® (DDP) today released its third annual Artistic & Executive Leadership Report, doubling the scope of ballet companies surveyed to 100 and, for the first time, including compensation analysis for associate artistic directors and other highly paid individuals, in addition to previously surveyed artistic and executive directors.
https://www.dancedataproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Largest-50-US-Contemporary-and-Modern-Dance-Companies.jpg745800Isabelle Rameyhttps://www.dancedataproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/DDP_logo_Primary.pngIsabelle Ramey2021-10-13 19:29:442022-02-16 11:11:14DDP Finds Massive Funding Gap Between Contemporary Dance V. Ballet in the U.S. but Determines Leadership of Contemporary Dance Companies is Much More Gender Equitable