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NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES EMILY BIVENS The Bridge Club 3205 Avondale Ave., Knoxville, TN 37917 865-776-8685 emilywbivens@gmail.com ERIN BOBERG DOUGHTON Portland Institute for Contemporary Art Performing Arts Program Director 224 W 13th Avenue #305, Portland, OR 97209 (503) 242-1419 fax (503) 243-1167 erin@pica.org PAUL BONIN-RODRIGUEZ Writer-Performer 108 Blue Star, San Antonio, TX 78204 (210) 561-2182 fax 210.558.9565 (home) pbonrod@aol.com ANNE BOTHWELL Art&Seek Director 3000 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas, TX 75201 214.740.9216 fax (214) 740-9318 abothwell@kera.org JOSE BOWEN Meadows School of the Arts, SMU Dean PO Box 750356, Dallas, TX 75275 214 768 2880 jabowen@smu.edu WILL BOWLING National Performance Network Progam Assistant, National Programs P.O. Box 56698, New Orleans, LA 70156 (504) 595-8008 fax (504) 595-8006 will@npnweb.org MARGO BOYD MRP Inc. Deckhand/Production Asst. P.O. Box 5163, Capitol Heights, MD 20791 3013500092 fax 3013500092 m.rproductions@mason-rhynes.org DAHLAK BRATHWAITE The Living Word Project Performer/Creator 824 Classon Ave. #1L, Brooklyn, NY 11238 916.549.5081 dahlak@thisisdahlak.com Erin Boberg Doughton, Performing Arts Program Director at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) has worked on PICA‟s performance and residency programs since its inception in 1995. PICA‟s annual TBA (Time-Based Art) Festival features artists working in performance, media, visual arts and hybrid forms. She currently serves on the NPN Board and is part of NPN's Performing Americas Curators group. Paul Bonin-Rodriguez is a playwright and performer who has created and toured multi-disciplinary performances since 1992. He holds a PhD from the Performance as Public Practice program at the University of Texas at Austin, where he works as an Asst. Professor. His research addresses changing artist markets in the U.S. and abroad. He is a member of the Artist Council of Leveraging Investments in Creativity (LINC), as well as the evaluator for the Forth Fund. Anne Bothwell is director of Art&Seek at KERA Public Broadcasting, North Texas' public radio/TV affiliate. Check us out at artandseek.org. Art&Seek connects North Texans to the arts. We develop compelling television, radio (KERA and KXT FM) and Web content about the regional creative community. The Art&Seek team produces radio stories, special reports, TV interviews, videos and blog posts. We have a free weekly e-newsletter and a complement of social networking tools (flickr, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter). Visitors to artandseek.org can find all our stations' arts-related content and search an arts calendar almost entirely generated by more than 2,700 regional arts organizations. William Bowling is pleased to be a new member of the NPN team. Originally from Chicago-land, Will is an theatre artist, musician and scholar, living in New Orleans. When he's not working the administrative end of arts in the Crescent City, Will serves as the Artistic Director of the New Orleans based theatre company, Goat In The Road Productions. He hold a bachelors in Performance Studies from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, and a M.A. in Performance Studies from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Dahlak Brathwaite (Performer) is a multi-faceted hip-hop artist that draws upon his abilities as a musician, actor, and poet to create a dynamic, spellbinding performance. Since launching into the national spoken word scene by winning the Brave New Voices international Poetry Slam (as now seen on HBO), he has performed on the Tavis Smiley Radio show and the past two seasons of Russell Simmons‟ presents Def Poetry Jam. This is the second time Dahlak has worked with Marc Bamuthi Joseph, writing and performing in Scourge – a play that the Boston Globe hailed as “explosive”. As a member of the group iLL-Literacy, Dahlak has showcased his seamless, blend of hip-hop, theatre, and spoken word throughout the U.S. and overseas. Dahlak is originally from Sacramento, is now based in Brooklyn. Attendees • Page 4 of 42

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES STANLYN BREVE National Performance Network Program Director, NPN National Programs P.O. Box 56698, New Orleans, LA 70156 504.595.8008 x204 fax 504.595.8006 stanlyn@npnweb.org HENRIËTTE BROUWERS Los Angeles Poverty Department Associate Director P.O. Box 26190, Los Angeles, CA 90026 213 413 1077 fax (917) 656-1860 henribro@dds.nl ANN BRUSKY John Michael Kohler Arts Center Performing Arts Coordinator 608 New York Ave., Sheboygan, WI 53081 (920) 458-6144 fax (920) 458-4473 abrusky@jmkac.org NANCY BURTENSHAW Pat Graney Company Performer 925 E. Thomas St. Suite B Seattle WA 98102, Seattle, WA 98102 office 206-329-3705 pat@patgraney.org JOE BUTLER Artspace Projects, Inc. Project Manager 250 Third Ave North Suite 500, MInneapolis, MN 55401 612 333 9012 joseph.butlernola@gmail.com SHEREEN CAESAR Women of Calypso Performing Americas Program Artists Performing Americas Avenue, Port of Spain, N/A 0 504-717-5786 shereen.caessar@gmail.com JACKIE CALDERONE TRANSIT ARTS Director c/o Central Community House 1150 E. Main Street, Columbus, OH 43205 614-252-3157 ext. 128 jcalderone@transitarts.com SUZANNE CALLAHAN Callahan Consulting for the Arts Founder 1712 I Street, NW Suite 808, Washington, DC 20006 (202) 955-8325 fax (202) 955-8324 callahan@forthearts.org Henriëtte Brouwers is a performer, teacher and director. She studied dance and theater in the Netherlands, corporeal mime and theater of the oppressed in Paris. Henriëtte is the Associate Director of Los Angeles Poverty Department since 2000 and collaborator/producer of RFKinEKY, a community-based re-enactment of Robert F. Kennedy‟s 1968 trip to investigate poverty in Appalachia. Brouwers continues to develop her 'Weeping Women‟ performance series based on Mexican legends. She directed Pomona College students in 'Weeping Women and War', 'La Llorona, Weeping Women on Skid Row' with LAPD, performed on Skid Row and at a national conference on women and poverty at Scripps College, and 'La Llorona, Weeping Women of Echo Park' with a group of Latino Women in Echo Park. Ann Brusky has been with the John Michael Kohler Arts Center for eight years and has worked with the Performing Arts and the Connecting Communities programs. She currently serves as the Performing Arts Coordinator and is responsible for programming seven series in the Performing Arts department. She holds a degree in Communications, emphasis Theatre from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and will complete her Master of Arts in Arts Administration through Goucher College, Towson, Maryland in December, 2010. Nancy graduated with a BFA in Dance from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Wa (1985) and MIT from Seattle University (2005). Nancy had the pleasure of working with The Pat Graney Company from 1987-1992 touring nationally and internationally. She is honored to be performing back in Pat's work after 20 years! Currently Nancy lives in a small town in Idaho with her 11-year old son and husband. Suzanne runs Callahan Consulting for the Arts, which serves funders and nonprofits nationally through planning, fundraising, and evaluation. The firm runs Dance/USA's Engaging Dance Audiences funding program. She cofacilitated the NPN‟s planning process in 2001, and wrote an accompanying publication for the NPN. Her book Singing Our Praises featured NPN Partners and won a national award in the evaluation field. Her firm has conducted studies on the arts field and technology for the Mellon Foundation (2010), and on dance communities for The Pew Charitable Trusts and the Chicago Community Trust. She was Senior Specialist for the NEA Dance Program, where she administered grants to choreographers, service organizations and presenters and chaired the AIDS Working Group. Attendees • Page 5 of 42

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