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For Artists and Arts Organizations

Professional Development Program 2014—15


Professional development training in collaboration with the DeVos Institute of Arts Management at the University of Maryland.


Read more about the BAM Professional Development Program

For its third cycle, the BAM PDP welcomes eight companies to BAM along with ten DeVos Institute Performers In Transition, individual artists interested in making a transition to arts management. The program will culminate with four of the Brooklyn based companies, selected by an independent panel, presenting a self-funded production at the BAM Fisher in the Fall of 2015 and Winter of 2016.

Participating Organizations:

Beth Morrison Projects
Encompass New Opera Theater*
Satellite Collective*
Sō Percussion 
Summation Dance*
Treehouse Shakers*
Zvi Dance

*Performing at the BAM Fisher at end of residency

Participating Performers In Transition:

Tsarra Bequette (MOMIX, Project Flux, Ballet Idaho)
Tadej Brdnik (Martha Graham Dance Company)
Cynthia Dragoni (Dragoni Dance Institute and Company)
Elise Drew (José Limón Dance Company)
Pablo Francisco Ruvalcaba (José Limón Dance Company)
Janice Hall (Fort Worth Opera, NYCO, Santa Fe Festival, Washington National Opera)
Steve Holloway (CELT Productions, Riverdance)
Curt Olds (Hawaii Opera Theatre, Nashville Opera, Arizona Opera, Broadway)
Damian Smith (San Francisco Ballet)
Susie Williams (Lisa’s Bright Ideas, Aerial Salon, Built for Collapse)