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  • Montreal's LaLaLa Human Steps Shut Down Montreal contemporary dance troupe La La La Human Steps is shutting down after 35 years in existence. In a statement published on the company’s website, founder and artistic director Edouard Lock announced the immediate end to activities. He says the last tour put on by the troupe was difficult financially.
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  • New Roles for Julie Kent at ABT Julie Kent, the star ballerina who retired as a principal dancer with American Ballet Theater in June, is taking on several new roles with the company, including as the artistic director of its summer intensive programs for young dancers. Her appointment, which was announced Wednesday by the company’s artistic director, Kevin McKenzie, will p...
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  • Atlanta Ballet's John McFall to Depart Atlanta Ballet already was planning to pay tribute to artistic director John McFall in different ways during its 2015-16 season, celebrating his two decades of leadership. Now the celebrations will also mark a farewell. While avoiding the word “retire” in its official announcement, the company announced Tuesday that McFall, an energetic 68, w...
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  • Johan Renvall,former ABT Principal, Dies at 55 Johan Renvall, a principal dancer at American Ballet Theater whose range there from 1978 to 1996 could stun audiences with spectacular classical technique and — in dramatic ballets — powerful intensity, died on Monday in the Riverdale section of the Bronx. He was 55 and lived in Manhattan. The cause was liver failure, said his partner, Tom Frueh.
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  • Lucila Munaretto Awakens from Coma North Vancouver's dance community suffered a devastating blow when 21-year-old ballerina Lucila Munaretto sustained severe head injuries in a rollerblading accident on a steep section of Lonsdale Avenue. But in a remarkable turn of events, the young Argentinean dancer who is living and training in Canada has made extraordinary leaps towards r...
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  • BalletMet Names New Exec Dir Sue Porter, a longtime member of the board of directors of BalletMet, has been named the company’s executive director, company officials announced this afternoon. A lawyer for 30 years, Porter left her law firm, Ice Miller, several months ago. She will assume the BalletMet position immediately. Former executive director Cheri Mitchell res...
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  • DDCF Grants to 18 Dance Companies The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF) announced today the 18 outstanding dance companies and presenters receiving grants through the first- ever Leadership Grants Program for Dance. This all-new initiative supports the self-defined, long-term goals of organizations that have demonstrated excellence in and sustained commitment to the field ...
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  • Georgian Ballet Dancer Giorgi Mshvenieradze Die... Prominent Georgian Ballet Dancer Giorgi Mshvenieradze Dies in Lake Accident. One of the most celebrated dancers of Tbilisi Opera and Ballet State Theater has tragically died in an accident in a lake in Pankisi Gorge. Ballet dancer Giorgi Mshvenieradze, 25, passed away yesterday at the Khadori Lake waterfall. According to the Emergency Managem...
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  • 10 New 2015-16 Joffrey Ballet Dancers The Joffrey Ballet Welcomes New Dancers for 2015-16 Season! Ashley Wheater, Artistic Director of The Joffrey Ballet, is pleased to announce the addition of ten dancers to the Joffrey's international roster for the 2015-2016 season: Nicole Ciapponi (Canada), Valeriia Chaykina (Russia), Camila Ferrera (Hoboken, New Jersey), Anna Gerberich (Dillsbu...
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  • Rupert Pennefather to Leave Royal Ballet Principal dancer Rupert Pennefather has announced his decision to leave The Royal Ballet after 16 years. During his time with the Company he has danced all of the major classical repertory including Beliaev in A Month in the Country, Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Des Grieux in Manon, Prince Siegfried in Swan Lake and Count Albrecht in Giselle. H...
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Organization: The Joyce Theater Foundation
Job Location: New York, NY

 

 

The Development Associate is primarily responsible for supporting The Joyce Theater Foundation’s individual giving program and assists with the overall fundraising efforts undertaken by the organization. The Joyce raises contributed income from individuals, foundations, corporations, and government agencies, and holds two major fundraising events annually. This position works closely with the Individual Giving Manager to manage and grow the organization’s direct mail campaigns and participates in ongoing donor stewardship around Joyce performances and programs around New York City. 

The successful candidate will be a positive, detail-oriented, and highly organized individual with self-starting initiative who can effectively prioritize their workload to accommodate a busy and varied department. This position requires an individual with exceptional telephone skills, poise, and the ability to juggle multiple assignments. S/He must be available to work select evenings and weekends.  

For a full job description, please click here. Please send resume and cover letter via email.