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an Exhibition of Photography by Lawrence White

The Art of Light-The Art of Dance"

Opening 7-7-02
at the
National Museum of Dance
Jacques Burgering, Artistic Director
99 South Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
518-584-2225 x3004
518-584-4515 fax




New York Press Awards 2002

A total of 164 newspapers submitted of 3,214 entries, which were judged by the Massachusetts Press association in Saratoga Springs, New York on April 6th and 7th of this year. The Villager, the paper of Ground Zero, Lower Manhattan, won several awards.

Lawrence White-MFA/SFAI
1st Place spot news photography for coverage of
9-11-01, as well as other events of that day

Judge's comments

"Unforgettable images of a day one will always remember. Captures both
the destruction and terror of that day. Great Job!

Concerning The Villager Newspaper over-all

"The Villager's all-around in-depth coverage of the events of Sept. 11 and in the weeks and months following the tragedy is clearly outstanding. The Photography and tenor of the coverage is intelligent, emotional and compelling. This is a publication that heard and then reported the horrific cries of its community."


Supported by the Princess Grace Foundation
10-13 December

Open to pre-professional dancers with classical and contemporary training. Girls age limit 18-20 years old. Boys age limit 18-21 years old. The girls must be born between 15th December 1981 and 1 September 1984, Boys between 15 th December 1980 and 1 September 1984.

Travel and accomodation expenses offered to the selected candidates.





So you are a choreographer and your new piece is being performed by a dance troupe in a downtown New York City space before a respectable crowd of perhaps 60 people. Or you are in a night spot and your favorite song comes on and you and your friends sing and dance along with the music. Things seem to be going pretty well, everyone is enjoying themselves, and then a squad of police come in, arrest you and close the place down (perhaps forever). WHY? Because rhythmic movement by more than 3 people is illegal in New York City, that's why. Sound crazy? Don't believe it? Click here to find out more


Around the Coyote Fall Dance Festival
The Around the Coyote Arts Festival in Chicago is in its 12th year & is recognized as one of the largest arts festivals in the country. Seeking individual pieces for choreographers^(1) series &
choreographers/dance companies with 20+ minutes of repertory for Repertory Series. Student choreographers strongly encouraged to apply. Must submit sample of work or invitation to rehearsal. Application deadline May 15th. Application fee required. Selected artists will receive compensation. Performances to held Sept. 13-15.

For more information on the festival and application process, please call
Michael Sherman @ 773-858-6024 (
or Amy Russell @ 773-230-2168 (