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FY11Annual_MeetingDa.. - National Performance Network

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NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES HUONG VU Boeing Company Community Investor, Arts & Culture Global Corporate Citizenship, Pacific NW Region PO Box 3707, M/S 17-MP, Seattle, WA 98124-2207 206-304-4313 GAYLE WADEN 11881 GULF POINTE DRIVE #M36, HOUSTON, TX 77089 713.703.4187 fax 281.484.4450 SIXTO A. WAGAN DiverseWorks Artspace Co-Executive Director 1117 East Freeway, Houston, TX 77002 (713) 223-8346 fax 7132234608 ALLISON WARDEN Uyalunaq Productions CEO 410 West 15th Ave. Apt. B, Anchorage, AK 99501 (907) 242-4663 THÉRÈSE WEGMANN National Performance Network Operations & Data Specialist P.O. Box 56698, New Orleans, LA 70156 (504) 595-8008 fax (504) 595-8006 MK WEGMANN National Performance Network President/CEO P.O. Box 56698, New Orleans, LA 70156 504.595.8008 ext 205 fax 504 595 8006 DAVID WHITE ARTVENTURES NH (Crotched Mountain Fdn) Executive Director/Producer 474 Crowell Road, Hopkinton, NH 03229 603-224-5957 ASHLEY WILKERSON Performing Artist: Actress, Writer 7110 San Mateo Blvd #325, Dallas, TX 75223 212-363-0236 Currently a consultant with over twenty-five years experience in the areas of non-profit administrative and program management of community-based social and arts organizations. NPN board member from 1998-2002. Allison Warden (AKU-MATU) is an Iñupiaq Eskimo interdisciplinary performance artist and rapper who lives in Anchorage, Alaska. She raps under the name AKU-MATU, and most recently performed a rap concert at the Department of Ethnomusicology at Columbia University in New York City on October 1st, 2010. Her one-woman show, "Ode to the Polar Bear" was showcased at the NPN 2008 conference in Seattle, and is in the process of being re-worked into a longer piece. It focuses on the fight of Indigenous People against multi-billion dollar corporations, global warming and the fate of Alaska's polar bear. In November of 2008, she performed a small role in Guillermo Gómez-Peña's and James Luna's piece, "La Nostalgia Re-Mix: Hits and Outtakes for an Imaginary Bar", at Out North Theatre. will submit later MK Wegmann, President & CEO, NPN, has 30 years experience in organizational development and artists' services. From 1978-1991 she was Associate Director for the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans, and from 1993-1999 as Managing Director of Junebug Productions theatre company. Wegmann serves on Boards of Directors for NPN, Junebug Productions, Performing Arts Alliance (PAA) and the Cultural Alliance of New Orleans. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Spring Hill College and a Master of Arts degree from Louisiana State University of New Orleans. David R. White is the Director of ARTVENTURES New Hampshire (AVNH), a statewide program of the Crotched Mountain Foundation (CMF), an educational, therapeutic and human services organization based in Greenfield, NH. From 1975 through 2003, he served as Executive Director and Producer of New York's Dance Theater Workshop (DTW), an internationally acclaimed incubator and producer of emerging dance and other performing artists. In 1984, he founded the National Performance Network, and directed it for 15 years under DTW until its spinoff as an independent organization. He also designed the pioneering international Suitcase Fund and New York's Bessie Awards. He currently chairs the National (Artist) Council of Florida's Atlantic Center for the Arts, an artist retreat and teaching community. Performing Artist Actress, Writer, Lover of Life Attendees • Page 40 of 42

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES HELANIUS WILKINS EDGEWORKS Dance Theater Founder/Artistic Director/Choreographer P.O. Box 73396, Washington, DC 20056-3396 (202) 483-0606 fax (202) 483-0555 WILL WILKINS Real Art Ways Executive Director 56 Arbor Street, Hartford, CT 06106 (860) 232-1006 fax (860) 233-6691 C. BRIAN WILLIAMS Step Afrika ED 1333 H Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002 202-399-7993 ext 102 fax 202-399-6761 TAMARA WILLIAMS AbsolutelyBlooming! 2240 lawndale dr, DALLAS, TX 75211 940-300-0910 KRISTINA WONG 1478 Westerly Terrace, Los Angeles, CA 90026 (310) 435-4817 E. SAN SAN WONG San Francisco Arts Commission Program Director, Cultural Equity Grants Program 25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 240, San Francisco, CA 94102 415.252.2590 ANDREW WOOD San Francisco International Arts Festival Executive Director 870 Market Street, Suite 1256, San Francisco, CA 94102 415-399-9554 fax 415-297-5703 SAYA WOOLFALK 323 W 39th Street Studio 406, NY, NY 10018 6466735004 Helanius J. Wilkins is a choreographer, peformance artist, and teacher based in Washington, DC. He is the Founder and Artistic Director of EDGEWORKS Dance Theater - DC based all male contemporary dance company of predominately African-American men. Will K. Wilkins is Executive Director of Real Art Ways, in Hartford, Connecticut. Real Art Ways supports artists, encourages innovation and builds community, through visual arts exhibitions, public art projects, nightly cinema screenings, performing arts, education, and innovative social events. More info at C. Brian Williams is the founder and executive director of Step Afrika!, the first professional company in the world dedicated t the tradition of stepping. Kristina‟s last show Wong Flew Over the Cuckoo‟s Nest has toured the country the last four years in over 50 engagements and is now available as a broadcast quality concert film (more at Most recently Wong Flew Over the Cuckoo‟s Nest was the kick-off event at the REDCAT for the National Endowment for the Arts, Arts Journalism Institute. She is the recipient of awards from Creative Capital, MAPFUND, two Creation Funds from the National Performance Network, three grants from the Center for Cultural Innovation, three Durfee ARC Grants, and four Artist-in-Residence Awards from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. She‟s received residencies from the MacDowell Colony, Atlantic Center for the Arts and the Hermitage in Englewood, FL. For more than 20 years, San San has been dedicated to helping artists create work, and to strengthening support systems for independent artists, arts organizations and networks primarily in the United States and the Asia- Pacific region. Her current world-wide studies/fascinations include the impact of changing demographics and increased globalism on contemporary artmaking and culture, and developing effective, culturally competent capacity building strategies that strengthen organic artistic and community practices. Since 2007, San San has been the Director of Grants at the San Francisco Arts Commission. She has an international consulting practice, was the Executive Director of the National Performance Network, and has held leadership positions at Theater Artaud, among others. Andrew Wood is the founder of the San Francisco International Arts Festival, which coordinates multiple Bay Area non-profit organizations and artists to produce an annual series of events that comprise the Festival. SFIAF both commissions and produces new work by local artists engaged in international projects and presents the existing repertoire of ensembles from around the world (with many of them making their U.S. debuts at SFIAF). Each Festival takes three years to plan and implement. Since conceiving the idea of SFIAF in January 2001, Andrew has had the good fortune to work with many world class international artists and their equally brilliant local counterparts to present their projects on the Festival‟s stages. A native of London, Andrew has lived in San Francisco for 20 years. Saya Woolfalk is a New York artist who re-imagines the world in multiple dimensions (sculpture, installation, painting, performance and video). She has exhibited at PS1/MoMA; Deitch Projects; Contemporary Art Museum, Houston; Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; the Studio Museum in Harlem; Momenta Art; Performa09; and has been written about on Art21's blog. With funding from the NEA, her solo exhibition The Institute of Empathy, opened at Real Art Ways in the fall of 2010. Attendees • Page 41 of 42

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