Dance Wire PDX Portland Oregon's Dance Community

Buzz Builder Networking Happy Hour

COMING UP...

In lieu of a Buzz Builder, join us for a party to celebrate the launch of the new website!

Dance Wire is primarily an online resource but we also want to meet you. We call our networking socials Buzz Builders because people tend to leave "buzzing" with new energy and inspiration. Our next event is dedicated to celebrating - and building buzz about - this shiny new website!

Please join us to celebrate Dance Wire's 5th birthday and the launch of our brand new website! We are having a free party at Migration Brewing with performances every hour, raffle prizes, and quick trivia. Stop by to see demos of the website, meet our new board members, watch dance, talk dance, and have a good time.

Thursday, November 15, 2018

4:30–7:30pm

Migration Brewing

2828 NE Glisan St. Portland, OR 97232

Free!

 

Who is this event for?

  • People wanting to make new dance connections
  • People wanting to talk about dance
  • People wanting to learn about dance
  • People wanting to find new places to get involved in dance

Who attends?

  • dancers
  • dance fans
  • company directors
  • studio owners
  • Dance Wire staff and board members
  • ...and anyone in between

"I moved to Portland with no job, no connections, and no specific plan. I knew I wanted to become immersed in the dance community. I found Dance Wire one day before I moved and have since used it to find classes, meet other dancers, know when applications for performing and creating were open, and see performances. Shortly after moving, Dance Wire hosted a Buzz Builder networking event, where I met so many dancers. Through the connections I made, I ended up getting a job at White Bird, setting a new work for a show just two months after I arrived, and finding a group of friends to dance with. Dance Wire provided me with the tools to find my place here in Portland as an artist. I've been here for just over three months now and I already feel as though I'm a part of the community. I am so grateful!"

Elizabeth Whelan, movement-based artist, choreographer, teacher, and writer

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