Philadelphia Dance Projects Presents Dance up Close 2014
Communications Strategy and Media Relations for the 2014 Season of Philadelphia Dance Projects Presents
Canary Promotion continues its work with Philadelphia Dance Projects, offering full service media and public relations as well as social media consultation.
THE 2014 SEASONCONCLUDESWITH…
SUBCIRCLE All this happened, more or less
April 3-5, 7:30 p.m. at the Performance Garage
About the client:
Philadelphia Dance Projects (PDP) supports contemporary dance through Projects that encourage artists and audiences to more fully participate and engage in the experience and pursuit of dance as an evolving form. Since its inception in 1993, under the aegis of Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Philadelphia Dance Projects has engaged stellar dance artists many of whom were enlarging the modern and postmodern vocabularies with personal and/or cultural explorations in both technique and content. PDP achieves its mission by presenting performances, workshops, classes, a dance-film fest, dialogs and forums for a broad-based audience including artists, aspiring artists, students and the general public. In 2009 PDP launched Philadelphia Dance Projects PresentsDANCEUP CLOSEa full presenting series highlighting national and local contemporary dance artists. The successful series is introducing new artists to Philly and premiering work by some of Philadelphia’s finest contemporary dance artists.
PHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia Dance Projects closes a season full of regional and world premieres with the presentation of a moving new work by Choreographer Niki Cousineau and Designer Jorge Cousineau, together as Subcircle. The premiere piece, All this happened, more or less, will run April 3 – 5 at the Performance Garage.