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August E-News- residencies, performances, education                  Louise Reichlin & Dancers                 

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Photos from our residency at Gulf Elementary School. It was made possible by a grant from LA County Supervisor Don Knabe's 2010 Arts Education Arts Partnership Program. Above- part of a room size banner one of the classes made, below three of our dancers and Femi, our summer Arts Intern through the LA County Arts Commission after a performance.

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Our dancers Steven, Sung Yun, and Danielle, with Gulf Elementary students, who wear their own shirts they designed as part of our project.
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Lift -off as the new season begins-
And next week - the WAA Dance Showcase 2010

Click on the image above or here to find out about the 18 artists pictured above. Co-produced by Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers and Rhapsody in Taps, these showcases at the annual Western Arts Alliance next week promise "The place to see and (for presenters attending) buy dance." The location is the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Long Beach CA, and includes both dance and music. We hope to see many of you there. You can contact us for more information. Our own company will be performing The Better To Bite You With as below. And for a special video, not available on our regular YouTube site, please click here!!

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We are pleased to announce the first web site for the 62 member LA Arts Consortium. Knowing that we would have an arts intern that specialized in web sites courtesy of a grant from the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, I volunteered his services for this project (as well as for the Dance Showcase site you can click to above). Femi Oniya, a 5th year student at USC created our site using photos of many of the member arts companies in a slide show. Please visit it now for these as well as links or emails with all the member companies, and much more about who we are. Below is the Steering Committee at a recent meeting at the 24th St. Theatre, with Megan Kirkpatrick (back to camera), on staff for the LA County Arts Commission in an unofficial visit.
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LIFT-OFF as the new season begins-
WEB SITE For LA Arts Consortium
ANNOUNCING THE TIMES for theTriArt Festival 2010
Quick Links

Fall Newsletter 2009
Photo Credits
- School photos by Louise Reichlin
- Artwork Dance Showcase: Femi Oniya

-Artwork "The Better To Bite You With" poster: Kristi Mathias

- Special Thanks bloc with the Patchwork Girl of Oz photo: Sallie DeEtte Mackie

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Announcing the Times for theTriArt Festival 2010
Here are the times for this years TriArt Festival 2010, which will have two days of dance and music performances, September 11 and 12 beginning at 12 noon each day. The outdoors festival takes place in San Pedro on Mesa and 7th. Joe Caccavalla continues as Festival Director and Louise Reichlin is Dance Coordinator. Please go the their web site for more info and links to the companies.

TriArt Festival - 9/11/2010. Saturday Dance Schedule

12:00 - blue13 dance company

12:15 -  Andalosi Dance Company (Middle Eastern)

12:25 - Ingrid Graham/ Collaboration Movement (Modern)

12:30 - D.Long Dance (Modern)

12:40 - New Beginnings Dance Co. (Modern)

12:50 - Brockus Project Dance Company (Contemporary)

1:00 - Arpana Dance Company (Bharata Natyam)

1:20 - People's...Dance Team / Disco Ballroom (Audience participation)

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 New Beginnings Dance Company/Steven Nielsen

TriArt Festival - 9/12/2010. Sunday Dance Schedule

12:00 - Ruby Karen Project/ Orange County Aerial Arts (circus)

12:10 - Sohini Ray (Manipuri Dance/ No. India)

12:20 - Louise Reichlin & Dancers/LA Choreographers & Dancers (excerpts 'The Better to Bite You With' & 'The Patchwork Girl of Oz'

12:50 - San Pedro City Ballet (Ballet & Modern)

1:05 - Ruby Karen Project/ Orange County Aerial Arts (Audience participation)

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A Special Film & A Special Offer From Alvas
A new dance film in town!! Please see below.

And here is the Special Offer-

One of our supporters is Alvas Dance Products who is donating the use of a brand new marley dance floor for the upcoming performances and they have offered to sell it to one of our readers after the performances  for an amazing $1,000. If there is a studio or dance company who would like to take advantage of this offer, please
contact us right away for details.
Special Thanks but Don't Stop Now!
Special thanks to our government fundors that certainly deserve our attention. Without them (and many of you who donate to our company) we could not continue. Please go to our web site and make a donation.  Do date, we have heard that we have grants this season from the California Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. Also from the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of LA,  and from the Los Angeles County Arts Commission. A new grant we are especially thrilled to receive is featured in the first article about our educational activities.   To see who else has been helping us please see the funding page of our website.

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Please contact us if you would like more information about anything you see here or in our  last Fall Newsletter.
Louise Reichlin, Director
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