Financial literacy
for young dancers

This month, the Flight Path dancers are working with Park Piedmont Advisors to learn how to make good financial decisions as young dancers, build and live by a budget, and talk about money. Get to know more about the Advisors here.
An informal showing
of our repertory

Join us on February 15th at Gibney 280 for our Works-In-Progress presentation, with choreography by Artistic Director Michael McGowan and guest choreographer Stephanie Martinez. RSVP here.
What we're reading
this month

To accompany our financial literacy workshop, this month's book is, "I Want More Pizza: Real World Money Skills for High School, College, and Beyond" by Steve Burkholder. See what else we're reading in 2020 here.

There's an image that the Institute of Financial Wellness for the Arts likes to use during group presentations: a picture of someone with their head in the sand. The financial services company—launched by TheaterMania and OvationTix co-founder Darren Sussman and his brother Erik, a veteran of the financial services industry—finds that too many artists simply ignore their finances.

The Sussmans told Dance Magazine that when they meet with dancers throughout the country, they often encounter the same eight financial mistakes: Are you guilty of any of these?

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Flight Path Dance Project is a fiscally sponsored member of New York Live Arts, Inc., a nonprofit tax-exempt organization. Contributions in support of Flight Path Dance Project‘s work are greatly appreciated and may be made payable to New York Live Arts, Inc., earmarked for “the New York Live Arts member project of Flight Path Dance Project.”

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