April 06, 2017
DANCECleveland Executive Director Pam Young Receives Award from OhioDance Award Ceremony to Take Place April 29th in Columbus
CLEVELAND (April 4, 2017) DANCECleveland Executive Director, Pam Young is pleased to be one of the 2017 OhioDance Award recipients. The awards are given to three dance professionals each year. Pam Young will receive the award on April 29 in Columbus, Ohio for her "Outstanding contributions to the advancement of dance arts administration."
OhioDance, is Ohio's state-wide dance service organization and will co-sponsor the regional dance festival with BalletMet. DANCECleveland's history will be featured during the unveiling of the Virtual Dance Collection, which features several significant developments that have formed the unique history of dance in Ohio. The unveiling will take place on Saturday, April 29 and will include a round-table discussion at 2pm to discuss the collection. The award ceremony will take place from 6:30pm-9pm at BalletMet Columbus located at 322 Mt. Vernon Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43215.
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DANCECleveland, a Cleveland, Ohio based non-profit, is one of a handful of presenters in the nation that is dedicated solely to the presentation of modern and contemporary dance. The centerpiece of the organization's programming is its annual performance series. The performances are surrounded by an array of educational outreach events including artist-run master classes, residency programs, student matinees, pre-performance lectures and post-performance Q&A sessions, designed both to break artistic boundaries and provide community access to the dance aesthetic and dance luminaries that DANCECleveland brings to Northeast Ohio.
DANCECleveland is generously funded by Cuyahoga County residents through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. The Ohio Arts Council helped fund DANCECleveland with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.