Click here to view in your browser. | You can also forward to a friend. Audition for ClancyWorks Dance Company's 2014-16 Season! WHEN: Saturday, Jun

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WHEN: Saturday, June 14th 1-5pm
WHERE: Dance Place (3225 8th Street NE, Washington DC 20017)
Please email info@clancyworks.org with a resume and headshot to reserve a space.

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Pictured: ClancyWorks Dance Company. Photography by Natalia Mesa.

Dancers should have a strong background in contemporary modern dance with an interest in partnering and exploring ideas analytically as well as physically. It is recommended that you look at our videos in order to get a better sense of our work: clancyworks.org

In addition to formal concerts (around 10 each season), ClancyWorks Dance Company conducts a series of Arts in Education Residencies and School Assemblies (around 30 each season) throughout the Greater Washington, D.C. area. Dancers are paid at a competitive wage for rehearsals and performances, and have the opportunity to earn more funds through teaching in our Arts-In Ed Programs for K-12 students. We also offer professional development and teacher training.

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Pictured: ClancyWorks Dancers Photography: Natalia Mesa

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ClancyWorks Goes Down Under - video

Help Us Perform Down Under!

IN SHORT: We've been invited to perform in Australia with the Australian dancers of Zeta Dance Group. Help send Montgomery County based ClancyWorks Dance Company to Australia and expand the global dance network!

We need to fly 5 dancers to Australia to perform at:

The Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts (Brisbane, August 27th 2014) part of Brisbane Fringe Festival
The Glass House Theatre (Port Macquarie, August 29th 2014)
In conversation with Sydney Fringe Festival (Sydney, Sept 2014)

Now we just have to get there!

Click here to see our campaign.

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Pictured: ClancyWorks Dance Company & Zeta Dance Group

DETAILS: Australian dancers of Zeta Dance Group (ZDG) recently came to Washington DC to perform alongside our ClancyWorks dancers in DC and New York.

Now we are hoping to continue this cultural exchange by traveling to work with the ZDG dancers in Australia where we will perform together, experience Australian dance, and learn about a new culture that will enrich our artistic and educational practices in America.

We have some great rewards for you, and here's another bonus: for every $1 donated, Montgomery County will match it by 50%.

Oh, and here is yet another bonus: ClancyWorks is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization so your support is tax-deductible to the fullest extent that the law allows.

We hope that by supporting this project you feel a part of our artistic and cultural exchange.

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Next Up for ClancyWorks: DETI!

Dance Educators Training Institute

DETI

The Annual "Dance Educators Training Institute" hosted by UMBC, presented by ClancyWorks Dance Company and Baltimore County Public Schools.

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WHEN: August 4-8, 10-4:30pm
WHERE: UMBC
(Fine Arts 317, 1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD 21250)

Description: A week-long workshop series designed to enable participants to delve deeper into their artistic pursuits and to enhance their pedagogical techniques in a challenging and supportive environment.

Click here to see highlights from DETI 2013

For more information:
(301)-717-9271
info@clancyworks.org
www.clancyworks.org

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ClancyWorks appreciates the recent support to help actualize our programs from:

Alternate ROOTS, the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences, Baltimore County Public Schools, Bethesda Web Design, BlackRock Center for the Arts, Boys & Girls Club - Silver Spring Branch, Capezio/Ballet Makers Dance Foundation Inc., Dance Place, Intelliware Systems, Inc., Maryland State Arts Council, MetLife Foundation Creative Aging Program funded by MetLife Foundation and administered by the National Guild for Community Arts Education, Montgomery County Volunteer Center, Montgomery County Collaboration Council for Children, Youth, and Families, Montgomery County Recreation Department, Primary Movers, Professional Closings Network, SB and Company, Sharing Montgomery Fund, Target, Trawick Foundation, University of Maryland Baltimore County Department of Dance, The William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund (bakerartistawards.org), the ClancyWorks Board of Directors, and all individual donors!

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