Housont Arts Resource Fair 2012 - Host Presentations
Mission:To nurture and support contemporarydance artists, the organizations thatpresent them, and to identify and buildaudiences for contemporary dance inthe greater Houston area.
Core Programs: Membership: Individual: $25/year • DanceSourceHouston.org Presen=ng: $165/year • The Dance Card • The Dance Source E‐Newsle9er • The Dance Table Distribu4on Service: • Dance Wri=ngs 100 Loca=ons inside the loop • Dance Workshops 1st and 3rd weeks of each month • Convening of the community Members: $90 • Access to discounted marke=ng/ Non‐members: $125 graphic design help
DiverseWorks is a non-profit art center dedicated to presenting new visual, performing, and literary art. DiverseWorks is a place where the process of creating art is valued and where artists can testnew ideas in the public arena. By encouraging theinvestigation of current artistic, cultural and social issues, DiverseWorks builds, educates, and sustains audiences for contemporary art.
The Idea Fund • $4000 awards to 10 TX‐based, ar=st‐centered, innova=ve projects • Partnership with Aurora Picture Show, Project Row Houses, and The Warhol Founda=on CALL: Crea=ng a Living Legacy • Developing best prac=ces and training for individual ar=st archiving Diverse Discourse • Visi=ng Lecturer and Studio Visit series beginning Fall 2012 DWoW: DiverseWorks on Wednesdays • A weekly evening program featuring a wide variety of ac=vi=es including spoken word, ﬁlm screenings, workshops, lectures, music, dance, and theater performances.
Brazilian Arts Founda4on Incubator Class of 2013 Houston Arts Alliance Programs & Services
Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) is a non‐proﬁt agency established by the City of Frene4core Incubato Class of 2013 Houston to advance the arts on its behalf. HAA distributes grants to more than 220 nonproﬁt arts organiza=ons and individual ar=sts each year. HAA invests in and nurtures Houston’s thriving crea=ve community by cul=va=ng business volunteers, commissioning the work of ar=sts for public spaces, managing the city’s civic art collec=on, showcasing Houston’s rich folklife tradi=ons, and empowering arts organiza=ons to become sustainable and reach new audiences. For informa=on on all events, visit HAA’s online resource at www.artshound.com.
Capacity Building Ini4a4ve Business Grants Volunteers Program for the Arts Support our Grantees Arts Power to Database Give Program Patron Manager Photo courtesy of Voices Breaking Boundaries Incubator Class of 2011
The Houston Theatre Alliance is dedicated to the support and promo=on of the theatre community in Houston and the surrounding area.
• The Alliance Audi4ons: an annual area‐wide audi=on, which all local theatre companies are encouraged to a9end, is open to all Equity and non‐Equity actors. Addi=onally, designer poraolios and models are on display and made available for companies to evaluate at the Alliance Designer Showcase. • The Nina Awards: “The Ninas” are designed to raise the public and media awareness of the theatre community by empowering ar=sts and recognizing excellence in Houston theatre. A commi9ee consis=ng of representa=ves from HTA member theatres, independent local ar=sts, the local media, and educa=onal ins=tu=ons are charged with adjudica=ng the poten=al produc=ons and ar=sts. The awards are bestowed upon the recipient at an annual award func=on following each Awards Year.
Crea4ng audiences and opportuni4es for independent ﬁlmmakers since 1977 hJp://www.swamp.org
• Professional Development Workshops • Annual Business of Film Conference • THE TERRITORY, a Texas PBS Broadcast Series • Summer Digital Video Camp for Teens • ATer‐School Programs • Fiscal Sponsorship for selected non‐commercial projects h9p://www.swamp.org