Once again, Manhattan's Danspace Project has generously selected ASC as the recipient of its annual "Food for Thought" benefit. An inventive fusion of charity and creativity, "Food for Thought" collects non-perishable food items as it showcases eclectic dance performances.
This year's lineup will include a performance spotlighting stories of ASC clients through text and movement, curated by internationally renowned choreographer Heidi Latsky. With funding from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Ms. Latsky has been leading a weekly movement and dance group at ASC. In this expressive therapy group, people living with HIV learn to convey their thoughts, feelings, dreams, desires, and fears through dance—a powerful medium for creativity and healing.To reserve tickets or learn more about Food for Thought, visit the Danspace website.