The Administrative and Studio Coordinator supports the Company Manager (CM) and Executive Artistic Director (EAD) in all aspects of LEVYdance, LEVYsalon Artist in Residence Program and LEVYstudio activities. This includes general office organization, studio maintenance and improvements, and online marketing.
LEVYdance has received $20,000 from the San Francisco Arts Commission for capital improvements to increase the safety, security, and technical capacity of its SoMa studio.
The funding, through SFAC's Creative Space program, will support entryway upgrades to the studio at 19 Heron St., installation of an additional lighting grid, and the addition of exterior signage, lighting, and surveillance cameras.
LEVYdance’s annual Summer Intensive is June 5-7, 2018, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day at LEVYdance’s SoMa studio.
LEVYdance Executive Artistic Director Garance Marneur and Company Artists Chinchin Hsu, Michaela Burns, and Keanu Forrest Brady will lead the practical and theoretical workshops, which focus on a curriculum of technique, partnering, repertory, and performance practice.
The LEVYdance Board of Directors has announced the addition of Daniel Harvey to its Board, bringing LEVYdance’s governing body to nine members.
Originally from Australia, Daniel moved to San Francisco in 2017 and is an alumnus of the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne. His work in design and production has seen him working with opera companies throughout Australia and on productions for Broadway, London’s West End and Australian national tours.
LEVYdance is expanding its successful LEVYsalon artist-in-residence program by doubling the performance opportunities for artists supported by the program.
Beginning in April, LEVYsalon’s Saturday-evening performance will be followed by a Sunday matinee showcase. This expansion is made possible by the generous support of Bob Trombly, a past member of the LEVYdance Board of Directors and an advocate for local artists.
The LEVYdance Board of Directors has announced the addition of Justin Higgins to its board. The appointment brings LEVYdance's board to eight members.
Justin is a Certified Public Accountant in San Francisco, wearing many hats as a tax advisor with RSM US LLP. His roles require solid experience in tax law and expertise in financial reporting.
Louise Rothman, president of the LEVYdance Board of Directors, has announced the addition of Olga Rodstein to its board.
Olga is currently Head of Legal at Electric Imp, Inc., a pioneering "internet of things" platform company with offices in Los Altos, CA, and Cambridge, U.K. Her colleagues call her “smart," "up-to-date," and "business-savvy.”
Work on the groundbreaking production RUSH continues in San Francisco with the arrival of U.K. collaborator 2Faced Dance for two weeks of intense rehearsal.
2Faced Executive Artistic Director Tamsin Fitzgerald, producer Ian Abbott, and dancers Jason Boyle, Louis Parker-Evans, and Kai Tomioka arrived Aug. 30 from Herefordshire, England, for the Sept. 1-16 residency.
LEVYdance has been awarded $90,000 from the New England Foundation for the Arts to provide essential funding for creation and touring of its groundbreaking project "RUSH."
Each year, the New England Foundation for the Arts presents National Dance Project awards to exceptional artists across the globe, making the NDP widely recognized as one of the country’s major sources of funding for dance.
LEVYdance has proudly unveiled its newly-renovated home studio, a space now more open, flexible and functional than ever.
Highlights include a refinished sprung wood floor; beautifully detailed, ADA-compliant bathrooms; a new LED lighting and top-tier sound system; walls fully mapped for 360-degree projection; and movable partitions to maximize use options for the space.