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The 2010 Charlotte Street Foundation Generative Performing Awards Fellows are composer/musician Brad Cox and cross-disciplinary director/writer/performer Stephanie Roberts.  Selected through a competitive, two-phased process by a panel of area performing arts professionals, they will receive unrestricted cash Awards of $6,500 each. A public performance of their work is planned for fall, 2010.

With these latest awards, Charlotte Street  has now recognized a total of 78 Kansas City based visual and generative performing artists, with a total of $490,500 in unrestricted cash grants distributed directly to the artists. Through its Awards programs, CSF seeks to contribute to the vitality of Kansas City’s art community and to enhance Kansas City’s desirability as a place for artists to work and live.

The 2010 Generative Performing Awards Advisors responsible for selecting the recipients included David Ford, multi-disciplinary artist;  Michael Joy, Director of Artists and Educational Programs, Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey; Joette Pelster, Executive Director, Coterie Theatre; Managing Director, Kansas City Repertory Theatre; and Paul Rudy, Professor of Composition, UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance

Read full press release, including more about 2010 Fellows Brad Cox and Stephanie Roberts.

Read Kansas City Star article, “Performance artists win Charlotte Street Awards,” by Chuck Furlong, May 23, 2010.

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