26 Jan 2015


*Zaccho Dance Theatre*
Dying While Black & Brown Tour
March, 2015
Presented by Harvard Law School's Charles Hamilton Houston Institute 
for Race & Justice and University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Photo by Kegan Marling  

Dying While Black & Brown focuses on capital punishment and the disproportionate numbers of incarcerated people of color. The piece was created by Zaccho's Artistic Director, Joanna Haigood, in collaboration with renowned jazz composer, Marcus Shelby. It was created in response to the Equal Justice Society's campaign to restore 14th Amendment protections for victims of discrimination including those on death row.
The Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School (CHHIRJ) serves as a critical bridge between scholarship, law, policy and practice and is well-positioned to bring together critical players from many spheres to devise and implement research-based solutions and remedies.
*Zaccho's 2015 Residency Program Announcement*
Submission Deadline: March 1, 2015
Residency Period: April to July, 2015
Photo by Kimara Dixon
Zaccho Studio's Resident Program extends support to local emerging and established artists and companies. We support the development of professional, socially relevant, dance-based performance.
Resident Artists + Companies receive:*Partially Subsidized Studio Rentals
*A Discounted Performance Venue
*Social Media + Online Marketing Support

Please submit inquiries to sandia@zaccho.org 

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Program Manager for CDAA

Brief Job Description
Promote and oversee Zaccho's Center for Dance and Aerial Arts program

-Plan and organize school curriculum
-Hire and manage teachers for classes
-Maintain online scheduling system
and more...

See Full Job Description here.

Please submit your resume + cover letter to office@zaccho.org. 

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-The Zaccho Team