KEEP ARTISTS THRIVING
B.L.A. is building sustainable, artist-centered models guided by the real needs and dreams of working artists. Your support helps us ensure artists get paid above industry and living wage standards for their work across communities.
Make a monthly or annual tax-deductible gift to support more artist-driven live performances, residencies, workshops, and public dialogues that collectively extend our commitments to uplifting artist power, equity, anti-racism, the wisdom of the body, and distributed leadership.
A monthly donation allows B.L.A. to:
See what your donation supports:
A multi-year project on embodying leadership transitions, co-led by choreographers and B.L.A. Co-Directors Cherie Hill & Rebecca Fitton, and choreographer & B.L.A. Affiliated Artist Hope Mohr.
B.L.A. partners with local artists and cultural leaders to facilitate public dialogues and movement workshops around the themes of equity, financial transparency, artist empowerment, and healing.
B.L.A. is commited to greater accessibility to our public programs, marketing materials and internal structures through on-site ASL and language interpreters, open captions on all B.L.A. videos, and alt-text and image descriptions.
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B.L.A. is a non-profit 501c3 organization and all donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Federal Tax ID: 42-1764426
Donation via Check
If you prefer to send a check, please make payable to:
Bridge Live Arts
1446 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
If you are interested in supporting our work with an in-kind donation, email email@example.com with more details. We accept airline mile donations year-round and donations of food and beverage in conjunction with special events.
Bridge Live Arts is grateful to our foundation and government supporters for making our work at the intersection of art and activism possible.
Header Photo: Rashaun Mitchell, Silas Riener, Sarah Cecilia Bukowski, Emily Hansel, Traci Finch, and Stacey Yuen in Signals from the West: Bay Area Artists in Conversation with Merce Cunningham at 100 (2019) Artist Residency. Presented by HMD/The Bridge Project, Merce Cunningham Trust, ODC Theater and SFMOMA’s Open Space. Photo by Hillary Goidell.
Photos (left to right): Dancing Distributed Leadership at NCCAkron with Affiliate Artist Hope Mohr, B.L.A. Co-Directors Cherie Hill and Rebecca Fitton. Photo by Dale Dong.
Tactics & Tacos (2023) public dialogue featuring Melissa Lewis-Wong, Tammy Johnson, Rebecca Fitton, Andrea Rodriguez, and Andréa Spearman. Photo by Felicitas Fischer.
Dancing Distributed Leadership retreat with Karla Quintero. Photo by ____. 2022-2023 CER Lead Artist Andreína Maldonado, photo courtesy of the artist.