June Town Hall
Performances| Pitches | Potluck
TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 10:00AM-12:00PM
New York Insight Meditation Center
28 West 27th St
(between Broadway and 6th Ave)
Subways: N R to 28th St, 6 to 28th St, F M to 23rd S, E to 23rd St
Who has funding for your project? What does your next collaborator look like? Who has the same idea as you?
Find out at our next Town Hall, honoring Pride Month and the LGBT Community!
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If you wish to make a 1-minute pitch to promote your events, perform an excerpt, and/or call for submissions or collaborators, include a one sentence description in your RSVP.
No two Town Halls are the same- don't miss it! All are welcome.
What is Town Hall?
At this monthly meeting, artists and arts organizations come together to give 1-minute pitches about upcoming projects and opportunities. Pitches can be anything from a concert invitation to a call for grant applications. Artists are also invited to perform 4-minute excerpts of their work. After an hour of pitching and performing, there's a potluck--a great time to mingle, network, and of course eat! All are welcome.
What people are saying about a4's Town Hall:
“The session this morning was truly inspiring. Such an abundance of talent!”
-Jonathan Hollander, Battery Dance Company
“I've met many people at Town Hall that have led to new alliances…I learned about the [Lower Manhattan Cultural Council] grant at one of the Town Halls, applied and recently found out that I am getting funding for a new project. It is the first Asian American networking event I have ever been to (repeatedly) that genuinely feels like community bridge building.”
-Christine Toy Johnson, Filmmaker
“Thank you for letting me do my pitch today. It was great to hear about the work that artists are doing in the community.”
-Cheryl Ikemiya, Senior Program Officer for the Arts, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
a4's programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Additional support is provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Metropolitan Life Foundation, Con Edison, Bloomberg Philanthropies, and the CJ Huang Foundation.