The mission of SpectorDance is to provide excellence in dance training and performance. We accomplish this mission by offering a wide variety of dance-based activities that connect diverse artists and audiences, bridge disciplines through collaboration, and utilize dance to inform and inspire. The vision of SpectorDanceis to celebrate the powers of dance to expand community, nurture creativity, and fuel the human spirit.
Sponsorship Opportunity Would you consider becoming an Ocean Trilogy sponsor?
SpectorDance is thrilled to be presenting Ocean Trilogy, a multidisciplinary performance and educational program based on a dance-science partnership between SpectorDance and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI). Ocean Trilogy is an original piece that weaves together rap and classical music, urban and contemporary dance, visual images, and spoken word to explore the challenges confronting our ocean and hopeful possibilities from cutting-edge ocean science research. Along with the performance of Ocean Trilogy, we are providing associated educational programs tailored to each venue. Including a science lecture with an MBARI scientist, and/or a movement workshop with a SpectorDance Company dancer. Ocean Trilogy aims to inspire the next generation of ocean stewards, and to demonstrate that dance can expand awareness of this critical issue in a way that reaches people's hearts.
In 2018/2019, SpectorDance is scheduled to perform Ocean Trilogy at Monterey County Free Libraries (July), Stanton Theater (September), Greenfield High School (October), Future Citizens Foundation (October), Hartnell College (November), Stanford University (April), Sunset Center (April), and we are in dialogue with the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C (June).
In June, we received two grants from the California Arts Council: Local Impact and Jump StArts. We are honored to be among the many artists and organizations who received support. Many thanks to the California Arts Council for their leadership and effort, which is key to nurturing the creativity and vibrancy in our beautiful state.
DONATIONS: Every donation is important to SpectorDance. Donations of $1,000 and up will be included on our “Major Donor” list on all printed material, website, and emails in 2018. Thank you for making a difference in the community by supporting SpectorDance.
PARTNERS: Become a community partner with SpectorDance by sponsoring or co-sponsoring a performance or educational program. For sponsorships of $500 or higher receive complimentary tickets to the performance and acknowledgement in all publicity and programs.
All donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by California law. You will be gratefully acknowledged on our website. SpectorDance is a 501(C)3 Non-Profit #93-1203319
Thank you for making a difference by supporting SpectorDance.
To make a donation call us or send your check to: SpectorDance, 3343 Paul Davis Drive, Marina, CA 93933 or you can call us at (831) 384-1050 or email us at: email@example.com
Thank you to our major donors!
California Arts Council
Community Foundation for Monterey County
Nancy Buck Ransom Foundation
Franklin Legacy Fund
Rita & Luis Echenique Charitable Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
Monterey County Weekly Community Fund
Arts Council for Monterey County
Ron Chen & Diana Huang
Barnet J. Segal Charitable Trust
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Yellow Brick Road
Hal & Jacque Eastman/Peregrine Images
Karen & Jay Cook
Susan & Richard Rosen
Amanda Geurts & Hans Thomas
Lumpkin Family Foundation
Nick & Catherine Fanoe
We are also grateful for our additional supporters: Anderson Family, Dr. Theresa Arteaga, Marcia Atkinson, Cher & Rob Appel, Elayne Azevedo, AEMTEK Laboratories, Kathleen & Wolfgang Baer, Terry & Joselyn Bare, Jeff Barrett, Gail & Jay Bartow, Shirley Blaine/Blaine Jewish Family Fund, Marilyn Brown, Angela Updyke Brunet, Amy Byington, Cima Collina Winery, Chipotle, Clarke Family, Jim & Karen Fanoe, Jim Ford (Ford Financials), Contreras-Mejia Family, Lois Cornell, Mary & Pierre Cousineau, Diane & Robert Creasy, Arlene & Stanely Dedini, Renee & Dave Dove, Itzel Vargas Draluce, Earthbound Farm, Bridget & Joseph Eyraud, Charlotte Eyerman, Toni Gibbs/CauseCast Foundation, Anne Helms, Byong Hong (Marina Dry Cleaners), Nancy Harray, Kathleen Hills, Veronica Hills-Skerritt, Robby Hoffmann, Lisa Harwood, Hunter family, Brennen Jensen, Connie & Sam Katz, Pamela & Doug Keindl, Jin Kim, Scott Laxier, Terry Lebda, Maryann Leffel, Genevieve & Jimmy Long, Lucky’s Supermarkets/eScript, Jeannie Morris, Melinda Nakagawa & Scott Nichols, Paulette Lynch & Ken Peterson, William & Pamela Pinkerton, Rodney Pirtle, Steven & Ann Packer, Emy & Charles Paghasian, Jane Parker, Veronica Polovneff, Mary Pommerich, Beverly Jean Sadler Prowell, Karla Robertson, Kyra & Brian Schlining, Sally & Ken Sikes, Solar City, Amy Anderson & Dr. George Somero, Hailey & Savannah Speerstra, Kyle Stewart, Douglas Sunde, Linda & Roger Thompson, Harley Thompson, Jacqueline Thompson, Jim Tunney Youth Foundation, Von Berg Family, Jim Woodard, Emily Zefferman, Bradley Zeve, James Atkins, Autumn Bonnema, Susie Brusa, Roberta Diebold, Morton Durham, Paige & Joseph Ettin, Daniel & Bonnie Fernandez, Chris Fitz, Brent Hill, Deborah Howitt, Billy & Tammy Jakl, Arlen & Cindy Lackey, Charles Limbach & Sara Lyon, Esther Lucas, Scott MacClelland, Jeanne & Steve Marino, Ellen Martin, Jeannie & Donald Morris, Emi Okada-Alonz, Steve & Ann Packer, Barbara Santry, SawTeen See & Leslie Robertson, Dale & Jeffrey Sklar, Kristine Tarozzi & Forrest Melton, Insuk & James Waider, Helen Westly, Lynne White-Dixon & Robert Dixon, Angela Updyke Bruent
3343 Paul Davis Drive Marina, CA 93933
SpectorDance is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization EIN# 93-1203319