TU Dance is pleased to announce it has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) for a Grants for Arts Projects award of $20,000.
This grant will support THREAT, A TU Dance Project with Yusha-Marie Sorzano. In total, the NEA will award 958 Grants for Arts Projects awards totaling more than $27.1 million that were announced as part of its first round of fiscal year 2024 grants.
“The NEA is delighted to announce this grant to TU Dance, which is helping contribute to the strength and well-being of the arts sector and local community,” said National Endowment for the Arts Chair Maria Rosario Jackson, PhD. “We are pleased to be able to support this community and help create an environment where all people have the opportunity to live artful lives.” (The National Endowment for the Arts)
“On behalf of Toni and myself, we are honored to receive for a second year in a row a grant award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Our first grant supported the production of The 3-Women Project. This year, we are excited to bring to life Yusha-Marie Sorzano’s new work THREAT and to share it with our community.” (Abdo Sayegh-Rodriguez, Executive Director)
For more information on other projects included in the NEA’s grant announcement, visit arts.gov/news.
Generous support for THREAT has also been provided by the Rosemary and David Good Family Foundation.
Photo: Company project dancers in the 2023 premiere of “Look Who’s Coming to Dinner” choreographed by Stefanie Batten Bland and supported in part by our first NEA grant by Canaan Mattson.