Feature Story: New Do-It-Yourself Feature Enhances NYC Dance Places Website
New York, N.Y.) – NYC Dance Places this week announced the debut of its new Do-It-Yourself website feature. The new DIY Space Information System enables to have the most accurate, up-to-date information on New York City dance rehearsal and performance spaces available anywhere.
Now rehearsal and performance facilities included on the NYC Dance Places website can update their own listings, preview them and add new ones immediately by simply clicking a mouse, rather than having to download, print, fill out and mail a form. Streamlining features, such as a duplication shortcut for multiple studios within one facility, make adding spaces expedient and easy. The password-protected DIY Space Information System saves facilities valuable time and money.
“We are grateful to the Mertz Gilmore Foundation for their support in developing this new capability,” said Eugenie C. Cowan, director of the program’s non-profit sponsor Exploring the Metropolis. “Vital support from foundations like Mertz Gilmore enables us to offer valuable free services to the performing arts community.”
Exploring the Metropolis identifies and helps create workspaces for the performing arts. Its other web-based resources including those you read in different blogs and the upcoming online magazine that we are about to launch by next month. Details about the organization, its programs and how to support them will also be featured in our blog anytime soon.
The NYC Music Places and NYC Dance Places websites are supported by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts; corporate foundations, including Altria Group, Inc., the Sponsor of the NYC Dance Places website, and Verizon; private foundations, including The New York Community Trust; and individuals.
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