Call for Performers & Visual Artists for HIV Prevention Leadership Summit in December
Liberated Muse member Candace Montague, DC Aids and HIV Examiner is sharing this opportunity to visual and performance artists in the DC, MD and VA area:
WHAT: The HIV Prevention Leadership Summit Host Committee seeks artists and performers to highlight the artistic side of the Washington DC HIV/AIDS community.
The Washington DC host committee will be holding a special reception the evening of Sunday December 11th, 2010 to welcome the summit to our city.
This year's Summit, which will be held at the Marriot Wardman Park hotel in Woodley Park, is specifically designed for grantees funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention. It will be attended by state and local health departments, community planning group (CPG) members, capacity building assistance providers, community-based organizations, and other interested HIV prevention partners from across the country it will feature workshops, discussions and plenary sessions.
WHO: We are seeking performers and/or artistic works pertaining to HIV/AIDS in our community for the evening’s program. Possible works may include dance, theater skits, spoken word, music, collages, photos, etc. In our desire to offer a diversity of performances for the evening we request that live performances be limited to 10 minutes.
HOW TO SUBMIT: To submit your artwork or performance for consideration, please provide the following information to the Cyndee Clay of the host committee:
Name Contact Information Address Organizational Affiliation (if applicable) Type of Performance: (dance, visual media, etc) Description of performance in 250 words or less: Total Performance time: Technical needs for performance:
If you with to participate in the HPLS reception December 12 please e-mail your proposal to CyndeeClay@HIPS.org by October 28.
FOR MORE INFO, CONTACT:
Cyndee Clay Executive Director HIPS 1309 Rhode Island Ave, NE #2B Washington DC 20018 202.232.8150 xt. 307 www.HIPS.org