by | Feb 11, 2018 | Video Tip

Don’t miss the DANCE/NYC Symposium KeyNotes!

Nel Shelby Productions is a proud partner to Dance/NYC, and has worked with Dance/NYC to film and share past Symposium sessions on video to broaden the reach of their extraordinary panels, keynotes and talks.

We also film Dance/NYC’s New Yorkers for Dance campaign, which shows New Yorkers across all boroughs and in all fields expressing their support of dance in the city. It’s a great thing to see such enthusiasm for dance from New Yorkers everywhere!

Christopher Duggan Photography photographs the Symposium each year (and other Dance/NYC events, too!), so we get to collaborate often.

All to say, we think the work Dance/NYC does is pretty darn important and we’re happy to support it!!



This year, we helped Dance/NYC create a video promoting the Symposium and its role in the dance field to get even more people signed up for the event. The 2018 Dance/NYC Symposium will bring together members of the dance community to discuss “the role of New York dance artists and creativity in a changing United States, as the dance field responds to the priorities of a new presidential administration.”

You should join us!

And if you can’t make it in person, you should at least tune in to the two keynotes of the day-long conference. We are streaming both keynotes LIVE on Dance/NYC’s Facebook and we couldn’t be happier to use this platform for sharing the sessions with an even wider audience – the dance field outside of NYC and maybe even other supporters of the arts who aren’t necessarily in the dance world!!

Dance/NYC Symposium 2018
Sunday, February 25
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis
Performing Arts Center

DON’T MISS THE Keynotes:

10:30-11:30am EST:

Conversation on the role of the government in supporting the arts with Americans for the Arts

with Robert L. Lynch (President & CEO) and Michelle Ramos (Alternate Roots Executive Director), moderated by Lane Harwell (Dance/NYC Executive Director)

2:15-3:15pm EST:

Conversation On The Role of the artist as advocate and activist in a changing United States

with Deana Haggag (President & CEO of United States Artists) and Bill T. Jones (Artistic Director of New York Live Arts)