Photo Credit: Matthew Quigley Photo Caption: Veronica Cheeseboro, Shoshana Mozlin, Sharayah Spruill, Courtney Stewart, & Imani Vieira performing Reclaiming My...... during the 2020 Collective Thread Dance Festival at Downtown Art on the LES.
MADC is looking to raise $3,000 to go towards the production costs of its March 2024 Collective Thread Dance Festival that includes teaching artists’ stipends ($1,000) to facilitate the free residency program and middle & high school student sponsorship to view one of the evening concerts on Friday, March 22 & Saturday, March 23, 2024 ($2,000). Please consider making a contribution to MODArts Dance Collective (MADC). Any help is always greatly appreciated.
MODArts Dance Collective is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible; EIN: 87-2210130.
MADC can receive in-kind donations of:
studio space for company class & rehearsal
performance space for festivals and concerts
snacks and water to provide the presenting artists before and after concerts
sharing your zone of genius: nonprofit sector accounting, nonprofit law, grant writing, community programming & engagement, and in school arts programming
your time; volunteers add to the success of all of our seasonal offerings.
MADC would like to thank its 2023/24 donors: Charlotte Abbott, Dr. & Mrs. Amamoo, Sharon Banks, William-Michael Cooper, Lauren DeGeorge, Sherema Fleming, Malaika Holder, Rev. & Mrs. Lee, Karen & Brian Lowy, Tanya Patton, Adriana Ray, Nathaniel Rutledge, Harriette Smiley, Cheryl Thomas, & Brittany Wilson. We are grateful to have received funding this year from IABD COHI | MOVE Collective Cohort (2021-24), West Harlem Development Corporation (WHDC), Lower Manhattan Cultural Center (LMCC) Creative Engagement Grant, & 2022/23 The Performance Project @ University Settlement Artist-in-Residence. We are thankful to be receiving subsidized studio rates as a company-in-residence at Hi-ARTS. Thank you to our cultural partner, Go Hard Dance Studio, for sharing their space and for being an agent of change in Harlem through providing accessible dance training to budding artists ages 3 to adults.