[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] Seeking emerging and established artists for KYL/D's InHale Performance Series

Jessica Warchal-King jessica at kyld.org
Mon Dec 10 17:41:21 EST 2018

InHale Performance Series: Diversity. Community. Opportunity.

Share your artistry in 2019 at KYL/D’s InHale Performance Series

KYL/D’s 39th InHale Performance Series is specifically seeking performers
of all gender identities exploring the art of conceptual drag. Submissions
exploring other topics will also be considered.

When? Friday, March 1st at 7:30pm

Where? KYL/D’s CHI Movement Arts Center, 1316 S 9th St

Deadline? Jan 14th

KYL/D’s 40th Series celebrates two nights of artistry with InHale/ ExHale

When? Friday, May 10th & Saturday, May 11th at 7:30pm

Where? KYL/D’s CHI MAC

Deadline? April 3rd

Other details?... Complete an application here: http://www.kyld.org/inhale/

The application process includes a work sample, artist description and $20
application fee. Artists will be notified one month before the performance.
Selected artists receive free performance space, technical assistance and
audience feedback.

KYL/D’s InHale Performance Series offers a supportive environment that
fosters creative exchange of ideas, cultivates community, and provides
opportunities for members of the public to experience a spectrum of
dance/movement disciplines. To date, KYL/D has presented over 800 movement
artists from PA and beyond including from DC, NY, VA, MD, MA, CT, IL, NC,
and MI. The shows fill to capacity!

Questions? Contact InHale Curator: Jessica Warchal-King: jessica at kyld.org

For more information

visit: http://www.kyld.org/inhale/

Call: 267-687-3739

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“In a city like Philadelphia where even the established companies find
themselves vying for the same audiences, it’s easy for emerging artists to
get overlooked. Fortunately, the quarterly InHale Performance Series,
hosted by Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers at the CHI Movement Arts Center, gives
up-and-coming choreographers a much needed and well deserved chance to
strut their stuff.” ~The Dance Journal

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