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The Most Influential People in Dance Today: Gina Gibney

Scott Shaw, Courtesy Gibney

More than just a company or a studio space, Gibney Dance provides a hub for New York City's dance artists, offering a wide array of resources:

• choreographic mentorship

• performance series

• space grants and rentals

• open classes and training programs

• financial and digital technology advice

• leadership seminars

• town-hall–style gatherings

That's not to mention the Gibney Dance Company, whose members, in addition to performing, are enabled to start their own social justice–oriented initiatives under the Gibney umbrella.

Read the rest of Dance Magazine's list of the most influential people in dance today.

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