ACHF Arts Access
Arts organizations build relationships with members of, or organizations that serve, groups that have traditionally been underserved by the arts or by the applicant organization. Real or perceived barriers to participation are identified and addressed. More Minnesotans are able to participate in the arts.
Successfully produced/presented the YIYUSA dance drama February 23 – 24, 2013 at the O’Shaughnessy Auditorium, St Paul, Minnesota. Evaluation method: The Show is a great success. With more than 100+ dancers waiving on stage and 600+ audiences cheered non-stop, YIYUSA (Youth International Youth USA) has successfully closed its world première at last Sunday February 24. After the final show, we have hosted a feedback session right away with all dancers, parents and invited audience to join us for evaluation. We have also utilized the social media (Facebook) to collect feedback from audience. 2: This 120-minute YIYUSA show interweaved acrobatics, amazing costumes, and dazzling dances, and combined elements of different Pan Asian Dance. It is a complicated system that involved many youth, parents, artists, and volunteers. The center scheduling was very difficult to coordinate each youth, artists, and volunteers for the whole shows. The very tight budget had limited the perfection of the inventive development, such as music, costumes and stage light, screen design. After the final show, Twin Cities Chinese Dance Center board had asked some artists and other professionals to listen the improvement point of them.
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