Why Danspace Project needs your support
Danspace needs your support more than ever in this time of decreased arts funding from both public and private sources. Audience members and patrons like you really make a difference in our ability to continue to present risk-taking dance in an environment unlike any other in the United States.
Your tax-deductible contribution makes it possible for Danspace Project to fulfill our mission: to present new work in dance, support a diverse range of choreographers in developing their work, encourage experimentation, and connect artists to audiences.
Danspace Project member John Vinton says "Danspace Project is my favorite dance venue. Why? Because the space at St. Marks Church is so flexible and used in such imaginative ways. There is always a feeling of adventure... when I hear conversations before a performance about projects around the city, the country, and the world, I feel honored to be in the midst of a creative community." Mr. Vinton also notes that he supports Danspace "because your operation is well focused. This gives me confidence that every penny you take in is well spent."
Donations and Membership
Supporting Danspace Project is easy! You can make a contribution in any amount at any time online or by sending a check, made out to Danspace Project, to: Danspace Project, 131 East 10th Street, New York, NY 10003. Your gift of any size is greatly appreciated.
Becoming a member is a great way to get to know us better and become engaged in our creative community. Our membership program starts at just $30 and benefits include ticket discounts, invitations to special events, and opportunities to connect with our artists.
Become a member
You can also show your support by attending Danspace Project's annual spring Gala honoring outstanding members of our cultural and artistic community and featuring stellar, star-studded performances. If you have any questions about supporting Danspace please contact Peggy Cheng at (212) 674-3838 or email@example.com
Photo: Merce Cunningham, Cynthia Mayeda, Harvey
Lichtenstein and Elizabeth Streb at the 2009
Danspace Project Gala
Photo by Vincent and Jennifer Keane