Participate in DFA’s Town Hall Meeting and Artist Survey!

Kerry Welsh

photo: Kerry Welsh

Calling all dance film-makers:

To close out this year’s Dance On Camera Festival, the Dance Films Association is holding a Town Hall Meeting for the Dance on Camera Community on Saturday January 17th from 4-7pm taking place in the Gallery at Walter Reade Theater (Lincoln Center Plaza on 65th Street btw Broadway and Amsterdam).

The meeting will begin with a half hour panel discussion led by Marlon Barrios-Solano dedicated to new on-line platforms for screendance with representatives from Kaltura and TenduTV. Following this, you are invited to participate in an open discussion about dance film issues that are important to you (moderated by Zach Morris from the Dance Film Lab). After the meeting, you are invited to continue the conversation informally over coffee/tea at the nearby Le Pain Quotidien at 60 West 65th Street.

In conjunction with this event, I have collaborated with DFA to produce an artist survey of the field.  If you are unable to attend, we would still like to get your input to help us improve our services and programs for you. Whether you are currently making dance for screen, or thinking about doing so, we want to hear from you about what your needs and interests are. Please take a moment to participate in this brief online survey.

Take this survey

Thank you for your participation, your feedback is very important to us. We look forward to compiling the results and will share them with you here in the early spring.

-Anna Brady Nuse

About annabradynuse

I am the Director of Movement Media at Pentacle. I publish Move the Frame, a blog about all things dance and film related. I am a dance film-maker, choreographer, and renaissance woman!
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