Welcome to the Reopening Dance in NYC Website! This website and all of its content are made possible through the dance community’s dedication to supporting each other. As a collective effort between DanceNYC, Gibney, and multiple dance community members, these guidelines aim to help the dance community overcome the COVID-19 pandemic safely and equitably.
We’ve updated our Resources with new resources under Surveys, Dance Field Engagement, Financial Resources for BIPOC/Undocumented/LGBTQIA+ Communities, Additional Resources for Arts Organizations, and Additional Resources for Individual Artists.
We have also added the Dance/NYC Field-Wide Call Session with Pavan Thimmaiah on De-escalation Techniques and Inspections to the Dance Studio Managers Scenario page and the Resources under Facilities.
We’ve updated our Resources with new resources under New York State, Financial Resources for Dance and Arts Organizations, and Additional Resources For Arts Organizations.
We’ve updated our Resources with information on the Small Business Administration (SBA) Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG).
We’ve updated our Standard Recommendations and Dance Field Scenarios pages after Governor Cuomo’s announcements that Group Fitness Classes can reopen as of March 22nd at 33% capacity, and that Arts and Entertainment Venues can reopen as of April 2nd at 33% capacity.
We’ve added a resource on Coronavirus Scams: Types and How to Avoid Them from Fiscal Tiger on our Resources Page.
We’ve updated our Dance Field Scenarios pages for Performance Venues and Dance Presenters/Performance Venues following Governor Cuomo’s announcement that beginning April 2, event, arts, and entertainment venues can reopen at 33 percent capacity, up to 100 people indoors and up to 200 people outdoors. Stay tuned for more updates to our Standard Recommendations page following the release of guidelines from NY Forward!
Coronavirus-Related Legal Resources from LawInfo added to our Resources page! This list includes resources on Employment Law, Business and Commercial Law, Dealing with Debt, Consumer Protection and Insurance Issues, Family Law, Estate Planning, and State Resources.
Our FAQ info on vaccines now includes the addition of Janssen’s COVID-19 vaccine to the list of authorized COVID-19 vaccines in the United States.
We’ve updated our FAQ on quarantine after new CDC guidance eliminating the quarantine requirement for fully vaccinated people following an exposure to someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19.
Hello, and welcome to the Reopening Dance in NYC website, which hosts the Reopening Dance Standard Recommendations, as well as the Dance Field Specific Scenarios, Resources, Posters, Templates, and more! Using this site is easy and accessible. Here’s how:
Start with our Introduction and read our GUIDE TO USING THIS SITE section. From there, feel free to explore our Methodology, Acknowledgments, Website Accessibility, and Land & Historical Acknowledgements. Then, head over to the Standard Recommendations page, which contains the bulk of our work. For more information, look at the Specific Scenarios, which have individual recommendations for specific roles in the dance industry! Finally, we have a wealth of Posters & Templates that you can use, as well as many Resources for dance artists on COVID, Racial Justice, Financial Support, and more! If there are things you don’t understand, the Glossary and FAQs will be able to help you!
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