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Meet your match.

Every budding artist needs a mentor, and seasoned artists can learn a lot from up-and-comers, too. The Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, based in San Francisco, plays matchmaker by pairing emerging local choreographers with established ones--and giving them time, space, and money to work together--through its various CHIME (Choreographers in Mentorship Exchange) programs. The company is now accepting applications from potential mentors and mentees for the next round of CHIME in Southern California and CHIME in the San Francisco Bay Area. MJDC also announced that its national mentorship program, CHIME Across Borders, will be led next year by Elizabeth Streb. See www.mjdc. org/CHIME/guidelines.html.

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Title Annotation:STUDIO NOTES; the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company's mentorship program
Author:Burke, Siobhan
Publication:Dance Magazine
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U9CA
Date:Sep 1, 2011
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