Katrina Benefit – Volunteers Needed

ARTS at University Settlement, in partnership with Dance Theater Workshop (DTW), Dancenow NYC, Dance New Amsterdam (formerly Dance Space Center), Dixon Place, The Field, PS122, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Soundance Inc. and the Williamsburg Art neXus (WAX)
present SAVE THE MUSIC: NYC Dance for New Orleans Culture

October 2, 2005 @ University Settlement
184 Eldridge Street (at the corner of Rivington), 2nd Floor
Showcase Performances will take place on the hour at 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm and 7pm

Tix $15 / Showcase
Reservations: (212) 453 – 4571

We also need VOLUNTEERS to help run the event. Click through for more info.

Call for Volunteers

We are reaching out to you on behalf of a team of organizations contributing to the relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Due to an overwhelming response from choreographers, we are no longer seeking submissions of work to support this event. However, we are seeking volunteers to help coordinate and manage the production, and we hope that you might take interest in contributing in this equally important role.

If you are available during one of the time slots listed below and can serve as an usher, Box office staff, runner, maintenance, or provide technical assistance please contact the volunteer coordinator, Jaclyn Moynahan @ 516.647.9555 or jackie@wax205.com:

Saturday, October 1: 12pm – 4pm (4 people)
Sunday, October 2: 9am – 1pm (12 people – 2 tech savvy)
12pm – 4pm (12 people – 2 tech savvy)
3pm – 7pm (12 people – 2 tech savvy)
6pm – 10pm (12 people – 2 tech savvy)

All volunteers will be required to attend a brief orientation session at University Settlement Wednesday, September 28, 6:00 – 7.

If you are unable to volunteer, please consider attending the event or making a contribution. If you have a resource that could benefit a New Orleans performing artist, visual artist, or musician (a spare bed, extra room in storage, blank wall in a gallery, job lead) please email lting@managroup.com subject line: artist outreach.

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