DWC Festival Application

Performer & Instructor Application 

The deadline to apply for the 2021 DWC Festival was July 9.

Due to a high volume of applicants, we are unable to accept any more applications at this time. Thank you for your interest and please email pchiang@ballettheatre.org with any questions.

 

Food and Crafts Vendor Applications 

We are currently accepting applications for food and crafts vendors!

CLICK HERE to apply as a food vendor.

CLICK HERE to apply as a crafts vendor.

The area’s first live festival of the season is truly an exciting opportunity for you to promote your business! Established in 2009, the Dance for World Community Festival is a unique event that brings together dance activists and partners (like you!), and the community at large to raise awareness about their work and the important social and environmental issues that impact us all.

The famously inclusive event celebrates the triumphant re-emergence of the Greater Boston arts community with live performances by more than 70 local dance groups, free dance classes, exhibits, fun activities, food (that’s where you come in) and more! 
Your participation in the Festival will increase your ability to reach new customers and includes a dedicated site at our Festival from 12-6pm on Mass Ave in Harvard Square as well as promotion in all of our printed and online materials!

If you have any questions, please email adewolf@ballettheatre.org.

 

Advocacy Partner Applications 

Become a Partner

If your passion is social justice, you can’t miss this opportunity!

We invite you to join artists and fellow activists for a weekend of advocacy, free performances, free classes, arts vendors, food, and more.

After more than a year of severe restrictions on dance performances and an overdue re-awakening of the importance of the fight for racial, social and environmental justice, the DWC Festival brings together performance and advocacy in an outdoor setting that is ushering in a new era.

The famously inclusive event held on Massachusetts Avenue between Bow Street and Putnam Avenue, returns with a strengthened resolve to demonstrate the immense potential of united advocacy by the Boston area’s dance and social and environmental justice communities.

Be a part of Advocacy Way, a promenade of informational booths along Massachusetts Avenue where your organization can

  • promote its mission
  • raise its visibility
  • grow its mailing list, and
  • make a bigger difference!

Online applications can be completed HEREPlease contact Sheryl Bono at dwcfpartnerships@ballettheatre.org with any questions. We look forward to your participation in this much anticipated celebration of dance and solidarity.

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