Winter 2017 Tour
Deep Vision Dance Company takes Matter, Energy, Human on Tour!
Philadelphia, PA - Feb. 18-19
Washington, DC - Feb. 25-26
Baltimore, MD - Mar. 17-18
100% of your support goes to Deep Vision's artist, travel, and production costs on this 3 city tour.
Deep Vision is a 501(c)3 non-profit performing arts organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
Saturday, February 4 | 6:00-9:00PM |Rm 1006, Center for the Arts, Towson U
Join Deep Vision Dance Company for an open Community Improvisation Jam. All artists and passionate improvisers are invited to explore, intersect, react in the moment, and meet friends for future collaborations. Dancers, actors, musicians, visual artists, and literary artists are all welcome to contribute and build a rich creative environment. Jam is hosted in collaboration with Towson University Community Dance.
3 Companies/3 Cities: Impacting Spaces TOUR
Winter 2017 | Philadelphia, DC, & Baltimore
Deep Vision Dance Company (Baltimore), RebollarDance (DC), and RealLivePeople (Philadelphia) present a collaborative, three-city tour. Imaginative, athletic, and rich in detail, Impacting Spaces addresses universal concepts and drives audiences to reflect on the visible and invisible world around us. Tour landmarks include Community Education Center (Philadelphia), Atlas Performing Arts Center (DC), and Theatre Project (Baltimore). More info
Deep Vision Dance Company, Inc. graciously acknowledges the support of our contributors. Operating support is provided by the Maryland State Arts Council, www.msac.org, the Citizens of Baltimore County, and the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation, and individual donors. AKIMBO project support is provided by the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, creator of the Baker Artist Awards, www.BakerArtistAwards.org; City Arts II, www.LiveCityArts.com; Station North Arts & Entertainment District; Baltimore Rock Opera Society; Towson University Department of Dance; and individual donors. Learning Physics through Movement is funded by the Citizens of Baltimore County.
Michael R. Faulkner