October 14, 2018, 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM ET

Charles Smithgall Student Serivces Building
353 Ferst Drive
Atlanta, GA 30332

On October 14, 2018, you are invited to join local host Madison Cario of the Ferst Center for the Arts at Georgia Tech and the staff of the National Dance Project at the New England Foundation for the Arts for an afternoon of conversation and community building. This convening aims to bring together the diverse stakeholders that make Atlanta a vibrant community for dance, which in turn makes Atlanta an enjoyable city to live and visit.

The gathering will also provide opportunities to connect with dance community members, learn more about local resources, and engage in a conversation with NEFA about dance programs and grant opportunities, which emphasize dance production and touring.

Sunday, October 14, 2018

  • 1pm – 5pm: Community Mapping/Visioning/Resource Sharing

  • 5pm – 6pm: Networking Reception

FREE – Registration required

Parking is available in the Area 3 surface lot located at 353 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30313. Parking Vouchers will be provided at the event. Please be advised that this event coincides with Georgia Tech Homecoming weekend. We recommend using public transportation.

For maps and more information about parking and campus accessibility, click here.

Kristin Gregory, Program Officer, Dance | 617.951.0010 x521

This event will be held in the lobby of the Ferst Center for the Arts. The Ferst Center is committed to serving patrons with disabilities and provides an array of services to assist patrons at performances and events:

* Wheelchair accessible seating is available and has been expanded.
* Water fountains and restrooms are wheelchair accessible.
* Accessible parking is available in two visitors lots on Ferst Drive. Parking Map

For questions or if other accommodations are needed for your participation please contact Lizzie Millman at lizzie.millman@dev.gatech.edu or at (404) 894-9194 prior to September 28, 2018.

Photo: Art of Activism Brunch Panel with Sean Dorsey Dance by Caroline Huftalen