Keshet Ideas and Innovation Center Business Workshops for the Arts

Creating your Marketing Plan – And Making It Work

January 13, 2015, 1:30-3:00

$25 * KIIC Arts Members receive a 20% discount

What is a marketing plan? Is it just about buying ads? Or getting in a newspaper story?  How does good marketing translate into sales?  And how much should a strong marketing effort cost?  How does an arts business create and protect a brand?  Come hear our panel of local experts answer these questions – and the other ones you want to ask – about successfully developing your work and your market for increased sales opportunities.

Call 505-224-9808 to register.

 


 

Keshet Center for the Arts presents: Master Classes with Maggie Bergeron

Wednesday, January 7 – Thursday, January 15, 2015

11:00am-12:30pm Weekdays

January 7th – 15th (7 classes total)


Drop In: $15

Pack of 3 classes: $40

Pack of 7 classes: $80

  Maggie’s technique class begins with a “get-up-and-go” warmup followed by “choose your own adventure” movement carefully attuned to the physical needs of each dancer. Class ends with something big, luxurious and challenging for our minds, bodies and hearts. Verbal and physical conversation and dialogue carry the class through from beginning to end.

 

Maggie Bergeron is a choreographer, dancer and teacher. She currently choreographs and directs Maggie Bergeron & Company, dances for Shapiro and Smith Dance and is on adjunct faculty at the University of Minnesota’s Dance Program and directs the Dance Program at the Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Arts. She draws on personal experiences and observations to inform her teaching, dancing and choreography and is committed to engaging in collaborative processes in every aspect of her life. Maggie graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy and the University of Minnesota with a BFA Summa cum Laude in Dance.

To register call 505-224-9808 or click here.


Keshet Center for the Arts with Tricklock Revolutions presents: Gabrielle Neuhaus

Wednesday, January 28 & Friday, January 30, 2015 @ 8 pm

THE WOMAN WHO DIDN’T WANT TO COME DOWN TO EARTH


A physical and visual theater piece combining acrobatic movement, dance, and everyday objects. A woman refuses to touch ground. 

Confronted with external threats and demands, she obeys neither rules nor gravity and reaches absurd and extreme situations. Starting with a comic-style, indoor aerial trip, the piece depicts the universal challenge of the individual to stay true to oneself.

 

 

 

To see a list of Repertory work and Masterclasses available for touring click here.

 To view the Tech Rider click here.