The Face of Dance - Inside Out Project

Thank you for participating in our dance portrait series! We are excited to represent people in the dance field with The Face of Dance photography project.

As part of a global arts initiative hosted by the Inside Out Project, your portraits will be displayed to raise public awareness about our community. Black and white photographs will be taken of each participant and blown up into large posters to display in NYC. Your photos and comments will also be uploaded to the Inside Out Project website.

Complete the questionnaire and sign up for a time to have your photo taken below. The Inside Out team will be photographing you in Times Square in New York City at their photo booth truck set up at Duffy Square.

TIMES SQUARE HAS CANCELLED TWO DATES for this weekend: Friday May 3rd, and Saturday, May 4th. We have added additional dates and options to allow more people to participate in the project.

Please sign up for one of the following below:

1. FACE OF DANCE GROUP PORTRAITS (on Sunday May 5th, or Wednesday, May 8th from 4-8 pm)

2. INDIVIDUAL PORTRAITS (If you can't make the above dates to join our group, you can also go to the photo booth truck in Times Square on your own, and afterwards you can email us to schedule a time for us to pick up your portraits to include you in the Face of Dance Inside Out Project. The Inside Out photo booth truck will be in Times Square from 12:00 - 8:00 pm, from May 5th - May 10th).

3. PORTRAITS AT THE NYC DANCE PARADE AND FESTIVAL (on Saturday, May 18th)

4. STUDIO PORTRAITS (request a time to have a group photographed for the Face of Dance Inside Out Project)

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