Monday, July 7, 2014

Artifact Dance Needs Help for New Warehouse Home: Fill the Space

Posted By on Mon, Jul 7, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Artifact Dance Project has identified a space of their very own—a 3,000-square-foot studio in the warehouse district in downtown Tucson. The space—like all those wonderful old warehouses—needs some work and the dance company needs $10,000 to make it happen.

Go here for more on their Fill the Space campaign:

On the night of June 7th 2014, Artifact Dance Project received the title of, “Best Emerging Arts Organization” as voted by a panel of recognized members from the Tucson Community. We are launching into our 6th season as a professional company, staying true to the very mission that continues to distinguish us as performers, artists and entrepreneurs; presenting dance with live music.

After six years of producing original choreographic works, touring throughout 40 cities in China, collaborating with over 50 artists, providing thousands of dollars in income for local talent all the while pushing the boundaries of both art forms, Artifact Dance Project has found a historic warehouse in downtown Tucson and we could not be more inspired by the smartness of this incredible space. We have accomplished so much in just a few years. Can you imagine the possibilities with a large 3,000 sq. foot facility? Artifact Dance Project’s future is unwavering in our drive to succeed and more importantly, TO CREATE. Join our capital campaign:

FILL THE SPACE...

…with everything a dance and music studio requires to then fill the space with artistic creations. Our goal is set to raise $10,000 at minimum to cover all basic improvements and studio needs. We would like to invite you to join our capital campaign, “FILL THE SPACE” to raise funds for the renovation and upgrade of the historic warehouse that will be the new home of Artifact Dance Project Studios. Every dollar will go towards a large list of items needed to open our doors by September 1st, 2014.

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