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“Leading is hard. It takes thought, intention and humility—and sometimes it requires the moral courage to make necessary changes. While those of us who guide arts organizations wake up every day with the goal of contributing to the human spirit, we must step up our efforts as leaders.” —Rachel Moore, president & CEO, The Music Center
Artist advocacy group Working Artists and the Greater Economy (W.A.G.E.) is calling for the New Museum to receive certification to ensure all its artists earn fair pay as the building plans for expansion, funded by an ongoing $80 million capital campaign.
Stephanie Martinez, the award-winning choreographer based in Chicago who has created works for Joffrey Ballet and Charlotte Ballet, among other companies, sits down with DDP.
Another company takes measures to include women: Tulsa Ballet.
DDP’s Founder and President attends a panel of choreographers (all women) and preview showing of Boston Ballet’s BB@home: ChoreograpHER.
Work by four women will headline Royal New Zealand Ballet’s upcoming Venus Rising program in 2020.
Well before the glass ceiling, women run into obstacles to advancement. Evening the odds early in their careers would have a huge impact.
Boston Ballet continues its ChoreograpHER series next week.
A female full-length ballet comes to Nashville this November, choreographed by none other than the great Annabelle Lopez Ochoa.
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