Shawl-Anderson Dance Center is a nonprofit that believes that dance, one of the oldest forms of human expression, supports our growth as human beings, both individually and collectively.
In response to our recent closure and the shelter in place, SADC is committed to creating pathways for hope, keeping people moving, and connecting communities.
OFFERINGS FROM THE COMMUNITY
Please pay your teachers!
This is an economically unstable time for everyone, but particularly for artists and gig workers. Many of these offerings are sliding scale, no one turned away (NOTAFLOF) or free. If you have steady work from home or any economic security, please donate to the artists offering these invaluable resources!
Online Music Classes with Cascada de Flores
Sing, dance and play in Spanish with Arwen & Jorge (Cascad-ita de Flores) Tuesday and Thursday Morning for two back-to-back classes of music in Spanish (speaking bilingual English/Spanish)
RESOURCES FOR EVERYONE
A comprehensive list ranging from where you can get tested if you have symptoms to navigating utility payments, to addressing coronavirus related racism. Folks are welcome to make suggestions if they have resources to add.
National and state-specific health, financial, and support resources
Berkeley's Housing Retention Program provides grant assistance to Berkeley residents at risk of eviction.
RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS
Qualifying artists can apply to receive $5000 in relief funds
A resource for performing arts workers who are facing a loss of income due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
A collaborative list for artists of all disciplines of resources, opportunities and financial relief options.
Consider completing this survey to help CAC track the financial disruption caused to the arts community by the shut-down.
National level news and information. Includes an Economic Impact Survey artists can fill out to help advocate for government support.
Rolling Application Deadline, round one funding closes on Monday, 4/20 at 5pm, PDT