In times of uncertainty, it is the role of art to inspire and nourish. At Imagery, we have a mission to prove ballet is a vital and important voice that speaks to our current times. To explode preconceptions of what ballet is and can be. And we can not do that without a little help from our friends.
Please join us for an evening of celebration and hope featuring performances by Amy Seiwert’s Imagery, including a sneak peek of Wandering, a fabulous auction, and live music by the Darren Johnston Trio. For the evening, enjoy catering by Lisa Moresco and Becky Deinner of Kitchen Wisdom, wine, bubbles, or a signature craft cocktail.
All proceeds raised through Tiny Bubbles for Big Dreams will directly support Imagery, our dancers, and our upcoming performances in 2017. We are thrilled to be returning to the Cowell Theater and the Yerba Buena Forum in San Francisco, the Joyce Theater in New York, and having our premiere at Jacob's Pillow in Massachusetts.
VIP Tickets include a private film screening with DZine Gallery’s Managing Director and Rapt Productions’ Founder and video director Austin Forbord as well as a chance to collaborate directly with Imagery artists for the creative process of our “Build-a-Ballet” portion of the evening.
Cocktail attire encouraged!
Host committee: Niko Mayer, Austin Forbord, Joseph Copley, Christina Wong, Barbara Hébert, Brandon “Private” Freeman, John Speed Orr, Marc Morozumi.
Honorary Host Committee: Val Caniparoli, Kristine Elliot, Judy Flannery, Fred Terman.
*Sponsor Levels, available for both Individuals and Corporations
For more information on Sponsor Levels, please contact Imagery Managing Director Annika Presley at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://asimagery.org/tiny-bubbles/sponsorship/
**Sponsor an artist ticket and cover the admission fee for an artist in our community.
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Amy Seiwert's Imagery
Amy Seiwert’s Imagery is a contemporary ballet company based in San Francisco, known for its commitment to presenting cutting-edge work from a classical base. Imagery’s performances are celebrated by critics and audiences alike. We strive to alter common preconceptions of this art form and to make ballet speak with a voice relevant to our times.