DTE News 5.17: Red Hook Fest is Just a Month Away!

A Taste of the Talent

Watch: Red Hook Fest Mainstage Artists

Job & Internship Openings

DTE is actively seeking to fill a number of positions for summer and early fall, including:

SATURDAY, MAY 20 @ 3:00 PM

In Transition: Media students have spent the past several weeks learning the skills and techniques necessary to produce, direct, shoot, and edit professional-quality videos. See the final projects at the In Transition: Media final project screening on Saturday, May 20th at DTE’s office!

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Meet the Newest Member of Our Board

We’re happy to announce that our small but busy team is expanding! Elise Bernhardt is our newest board member, and we’re excited to have her on board! She is pictured below with her husband, Tony Giovannetti, in Kyoto.

Amazing News from Dance/USA

We are grateful and excited to be among the 21 Engaging Dance Audiences (EDA) grant recipients. Engaging Dance Audiences is administered by Dance/USA and made possible with generous funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

Dance/USA, the national service organization for professional dance, is pleased to announce that Engaging Dance Audiences (EDA), the national funding program focused on refining and sharing dance audience engagement practices, will award $1,112,000 in funding to 21 organizations. The 21 grantees from 11 states were selected through a rigorous national review by a peer panel.  Since EDA’s inception in 2008, Dance/USA has awarded more than 70 grants and related assistance totaling over $5 million. EDA was established through the generosity of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

From Our Friends at Cumbé

Come to a free Info Session for Cumbe’s Dance, Drum & Imagination 2017 Summer Camps!
Saturday, June 3 from 2-3pm
Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation
1368 Fulton Street (between Brooklyn Ave and New York Ave), Brooklyn, NY 11216

Come learn about Cumbe: Center for African and Diaspora Dance’s summer camps at free info sessions on May 13 and June 3. At these sessions, you’ll, meet camp instructors and learn more about the program, where young artists (ages 3-7) unleash their imagination and learn about African-rooted music and dance from across the Diaspora! Campers will explore their creative voices through six exciting weeks of dance & movement, song, percussion, and a variety of visual art forms.