With an abundance of caution Studio at 550 has shut its doors starting March 16, 2020. It is unclear as developments arise how long we will maintain closure. This fund is established to keep Studio at 550’s bills paid due to cancelled classes and rentals in the space as well as ongoing support as we continue our relocation plans due to redevelopment of our current location. 95% of Studio at 550 revenue is dependent on space rental (and programming in the space). First and foremost rental expenses must be paid in order for relocation to be viable. Secondly, as of writing this staff will receive no payment for the time closed. Anything you can contribute would be appreciated. We anticipate these expenses to be around $28,800.
Please consider supporting Studio@550 and its future. Studio@550 is a non-profit organization and your donation will be tax-deductible.
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Thank you to our COVID-19 Emergency Fund donors:
Cara and Felix Rodriguez
Melissa St Pierre
Thank you to our 2019-2020 donors:
Karen Chapman/Althea Shea
Jane Hsiaoching Wang
Thank you to our 2018-2019 donors:
Ean Orlando Alleyne
Sylvia Stagg Giuliano
Thank you to our 2017-2018 donors:
Thank you to our 2016-2017 donors:
Tova Teperow / Alive Dance Collective
Jared Williams / Electric Fish
Dam Van Huynh
Jordan Jamil Ahmed
Kimberleigh Allen Holman
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