This event is cancelled. Since the rapid progression of COVID-19, the City of San Francisco is recommending canceling “non-essential public gatherings” of over 50 people. We may be able to reschedule, but given the current uncertainty, we aren’t in a position to know when.
Join HMD for its Annual Benefit Performance for Artist Pay. Arrive at 7:30PM for pre-show drinks followed by the world premiere of “Ode (to forgotten bodies),” new dance by Hope Mohr, co-created with Belinda He, Jane Selna, Natalya Shoaf, and Karla Quintero, and in collaboration with sculptor Danae Mattes. Celebrate the company’s commitment to artmaking and community building at a catered post-show reception featuring delicious food by chef Steven Levine and beverages courtesy of Honig Winery.
Why Artist Pay?
Artists are leaving the Bay Area at alarming rates. In the face of this trend, HMD is pushing back with unique programs that support a network of artists and a commitment to artist pay unparalleled in the field. Artist pay makes up over 60 percent of our annual budget. Help us make it possible for artists to stay and thrive in the Bay Area.
If you are unable to attend the benefit but would like to make a contribution in support of HMD’s multidisciplinary programming, visit: www.hopemohr.org/donate
HMD is a non-profit organization and thus your gift is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. HMD’s Federal Tax ID Number is 42-1764426.
Visual Development and Costume Design by Dana Kawano
Image by Robbie Sweeny