Dance Photography Seminar at Joyce SoHo

Gallim Dance in "Bread & Circus", photo by Christopher Duggan

Each spring, The Joyce Theater Foundation presents Free Advice, a series of seminars for dance companies and choreographers spanning a wide range of management and presentation subjects.  This coming Monday, there will be a seminar on quality dance photography, which is always of utmost importance for marketing and press materials.  Christopher Duggan, a wonderful New York-based dance photographer with whom I collaborated last fall, is speaking on the panel along with The Joyce Theater’s Marketing Manager, Rennica Johnson, and Jenny Lerner, Joyce SoHo’s press representative.

Seminars are free, but space is limited.  Reservations are highly recommended by filling out the form at the bottom of the Joyce’s Free Advice page.  Seminar details are below

The Importance of Quality Dance Photography

Monday June 13 at Joyce SoHo – 155 Mercer Street between Houston and Prince

6:15-7:45 PM

Moderator: Cathy Eilers

Panelist: Christopher Duggan (photographer), Rennica Johnson (Marketing Manager, The Joyce Theater), and Jenny Lerner (Joyce SoHo Press Representative)

Learn the importance of properly shot dance photos for marketing and press requirements. The event will focus on various uses for the photos from the perspective of the many people involved: photographer, presenter, marketer, and press representative. Additionally, learn about the different requirements for online and internet marketing.

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One Response to Dance Photography Seminar at Joyce SoHo

  1. jordoncloud says:

    Sounds fun, too bad I’m on the west coast.

    What would dance advertisements be without an awesome photograph?

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