EtM’s First Public Programs at Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning
This last month EtM and Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning hosted two public programs from our EtM Choreographer + Composer Residencies. The first public program for 2016-17 was from artist team Ursula Eagly (choreographer) and Cenk Ergün (composer) on Saturday, December 17th. Emily Schoen (Choreographer) gave a “first showing” of her new work Thou Mayest, (based on John Steinbeck’s “East of Eden”) on Thursday, January 12th.
We would like to thank the Mertz Gilmore Foundation for the support of these public programs. Applications for the third round of the Choreographer + Composer Residencies will be available in the spring. Stay tuned!