We See YouDecember 21, 2020
We couldn’t be happier for Heidi Latsky, who’s work “On Display” was profiled in The New York Times last week. It was highlighted for showing “the broadness and diversity of the field of disability dance.” After the article came out, Heidi sent us this beautiful note:
ON DISPLAY, which was created in 2015, has evolved over the years in many ways thanks to our residency at HPAC. Not only did we benefit artistically from being there, but we also had the pleasure of HPAC’s gracious hosts and staff. My entire company felt so welcome and so at home that the work flourished while we were there and we all had a wonderful time as well.
It means so much to us to have been part of the development of this important work. Hurleyville is a special place for many reasons, not least because it is an integrated and inclusive community in the Catskills where people from all backgrounds and all abilities are genuinely embraced.
Our art center is at the heart of this. With your support, we will continue to be an engine for social inclusion by presenting courageous artists like Heidi Latsky and nurturing the development of new work that tears apart misconceptions and celebrates our shared humanity.
If you agree that this is a vital mission, please consider making a tax-deductible contribution today. We can’t do this without you.
Every dollar you donate to HPAC between now and the end of the year goes directly to paying artists and to subsidizing tickets for those in our community who can’t afford them.
Dara, Ellyane, Erin, Janet, Michael, and Tal
We’d like to extend our most sincere gratitude to all those who have already contributed to our Year-End Fundraising Drive. THANK YOU!