Doing it on the Road – A Beginners Guide For Touring Performing Artists

Presented by the National Performance Network and Dance Place

Wednesday April 9, 2014
Time: 4:00-6:30pm

The Edgewood Arts Center,
3415 8th Street NE, Washington, DC.

Admission: Free

What: Are you stymied by contracts and what it takes to tour your work? This meeting will provide information about opportunities for performing artists who are interested in touring, are ready and have the capacity to tour, have already toured regionally or are want to expand touring their work.

Who: Meet local touring performing artists, presenters from the region, National Performance Network staff

For more information and to RSVP, contact:
Space is limited to 30 DC area artists – first come, first served!

National Performance Network (, based in New Orleans, is a group of diverse cultural organizers, including artists, working to create meaningful partnerships and to provide leadership that enables the practice and public experience of the performing arts in the United States.

The heart of Dance Place ( resides in linking Arts, Education and Community in a diverse atmosphere of nurturing support. Dance Place has served the Greater Washington area for 30 years in three capacities: dance presenter, dance school and provider of youth programs, serving young people, families and adults while simultaneously building our reputation as a national and international presenter of high acclaim. Through community initiatives, prolific presentations, diverse cultural programming, model educational programs, co-presentations with other non-profits, free or affordable tickets and a dedicated staff, Dance Place has become an essential thread in the cultural fabric of Washington, DC.

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