Organization Project Grants (OPG) Review Panel (Dance)
We strongly encourage you or a representative to attend the review panel and take notes. We recommend coming early and staying for your entire review block to hear other application reviews. Feedback from review panels is often a valuable way to contribute to artistic development, grant writing skills, and understanding the review process.
Benefits of attending the review panels:
- Get feedback on the strengths and weaknesses of your application, including project design/narrative, project budget, work sample(s), etc.
- Opportunity to have your work reviewed by 4-6 respected artists, administrators, and peers in the field
- Receive feedback on grantsmanship
- Get an overview of the applicant pool
- Gain insights into broader trends and field issues
|10a – 10:30a||1 Ito Yosakoi|
|2 Brenda Perdue HRT|
|3 Landini Dance Company|
|10:40a – 11:20a||4 When Eyes Speak|
|5 African Arts Academy|
|6 inkBoat Inc.|
|7 Festival of Contemporary Latin American Choreographers|
|11:30a – 12:30p||8 James Graham Dance Theatre|
|9 The African & African American Performing Arts Coalition|
|10 Shipyard Trust for the Arts|
|11 Funsch Dance|
|12 Fictional Artists' Contemporary Theatre/San Francisco (FACT/SF)|
|13 Lenora Lee Dance|
|1:20p – 2:50p||14 Art of the Matter Performance Foundation|
|15 Hope Mohr Dance|
|16 Chinese Cultural Productions|
|17 Chitresh Das Institute|
|19 Croatian Cultural Center of San Francisco|
|20 Kulintang Arts|
|21 Anne Bluethenthal and Dancers|
|22 Dance Film SF|
|3:00p – 4:20p||23 Chhandam Chitresh Das Dance Company|
|24 Flyaway Productions|
|25 Jess Curtis Gravity|
|26 Zaccho SF|
|27 Joe Goode Performance Group|
|28 ODC Theater|
|29 Institute for Arts and Culture|
|30 The Dance Brigade A New Group From Wallflower Order|
Funding recommendations are based upon available funds and will be determined by April 28, 2020* at the Community Investments committee meeting.
*Date is subject to change.
Per the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Language Access Ordinance, Chinese, Spanish, and/or American Sign Language interpreters will be available upon request. Additionally, every effort will be made to provide a sound enhancement system, meeting materials in alternative formats, and/or a reader.
The Veteran's War Memorial Building can be reached via public transportation: The nearest accessible BART station is Civic Center Plaza at the intersection of Market, Grove, and Hyde Streets. The accessible MUNI Metro lines are the J, K, L, M, and N (Civic Center Station or Van Ness Avenue Station). MUNI bus lines serving the area are the 47 Van Ness, the 49 Van Ness, 9 San Bruno, 5-Fulton, 6, 7, and 21-Hayes.
The Veteran's War Memorial is wheelchair accessible from entrances on each of the Van Ness Avenue, Grove Street (south) and Courtyard (north) sides of the building. There are two passenger elevators in the main lobby which serve all floors except the Balcony (5th floor). Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located on the first and second floors of the Veterans Building. Second floor restrooms can be reached via passenger elevators from the Veterans Building main lobby. Wheelchair accessible restrooms are also located in the Herbst Cafe (Lower Level), which can be reached via passenger elevators from the Veterans Building main lobby.
PERFORMING ARTS GARAGE (415.252.8238): Enter on Grove Street between Franklin and Gough, or on Gough Street between Fulton and Grove. There are eight parking spaces for persons with disabilities, two on each level. Two wheelchair accessible elevators serve all floors of the garage.
CIVIC CENTER GARAGE (415.863.1537): Enter on McAllister Street between Polk and Larkin. There are eight parking spaces for persons with disabilities on Level 1. Three wheelchair accessible elevators serve all floors of the garage.
BLUE CURB PARKING DESIGNATIONS: Several blue curb parking spaces are situated on streets immediately surrounding the War Memorial and Performing Arts Center including Grove Street, Franklin Street, Van Ness Avenue and McAllister Street.