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Sangeeta is a curator of  Two Dance Series since 2016 at Dixon Place
FAST FORWARD  – 8 shows a year – https://www.facebook.com/fastforwardnyc/
8 IN SHOW – 4 shows a year – https://www.facebook.com/8inshow/

Organizing and curating a special performance “CloseUP”
with Paul Taylor 2 and Guests on Nov 8, 2018.

Creative Performances and Dixon Place co-produce a Hybrid Project collaborating Fashion & Dance StylePointe – During Fall New York Fashion Week in September every year, since 2015 – https://www.facebook.com/stylepointenyc/

NYC Drawing the Dance Workshop (Bringing together dancers and artists)
Sangeeta organizes the workshops  – Since 2016 Closing every year with an Art Show in December displaying art works created in the workshops throughout the year.  2018 NYC Drawing the Dance Art Show is opening on December 11th with a small reception at 6 p.m. at Dixon Place Art Gallery/Lounge. 

30-30-30 –  YEAR END SPECIAL DANCE PERFORMANCE on  DECEMBER 30th, Annual show Benefiting the Dance Programs at Dixon place – Curated by Sangeeta Yesley  In 30-30-30, 30 choreographers/dance companies each showcase 3 min of work and celebrate the end of the year! 
20162017 , Coming up on Sunday, Dec 30, 2018 

“DIXON CONNECT” – A new ongoing initiative started since March 3rd, 2018,  A NETWORKING EVENT FOR EVERYONE CREATIVE presented by Dixon Place.  Next one is on MONDAY, NOV 12 @ 7:30 p.m..   ‘MAX’ 4 is a sample performance segment performed within ‘Dixon Connect’ Event.  It is an open mike/performance event for any live art/performance art…. 4 acts of 4 minutes each.  Come in early and add your name on the list of performers…. First come, first serve. Dixon Place Cocktail Lounge has a piano, a sound board, a cosy place to perform…  What kind of acts, you ask?  Well, any live performance, really, music, magic, stand-up comedy, theater, literature, monologue, dance, comedy skit, etc.


Give the audience what they like, before they know what they like” – Uday Shankar.

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