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How you benefit from AAlchemy.

What’s in it for you by being a part of AAlchemy?

Vincent Minelli directing Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron in 1950 on the MGM film set of “An American in Paris”.

Vincent Minelli directing Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron in 1950 on the MGM film set of “An American in Paris”.

This was the first-ever film combining music, dance, multimedia, and interaction of performer and props in the film’s stunning immersive climax, “The American in Paris” ballet, a 17-minute dialogue-free dance featuring Kelly and Caron set to George Gershwin’s “An American in Paris” written in 1928.

The film was nominated for eight Academy Awards in 1951 and won six – including Best Picture.

Today, “An American In Paris” is considered one of the finest examples of how industry thought-leaders successfully combined then-precedent-setting advanced technology with the creative live arts to create the sense of complete audience immersion using 2D.

Even when measured by 21st century hi-tech filmmaking, it still jumps off the screen and remains a benchmark for defining compelling immersive performance. All in 2D.

.For you as a filmmaker, creator or performer…

AAlchemy is building the only worldwide network for creating Immersion Of The Mind, matched with a global network to channel financial support for you as creator, filmmaker or performing artist.

All for creating new ways to present artistry that immerses the audience even when – and especially when – the performance is streamed in 2D.

So, what’s in it for you by registering with AAlchemy? For starters, it’s free. But there’s lots more.

Funding. For your projects, residencies, commissions, filming, multimedia. and live, live-streamed, and pre-recorded productions.

New Audiences. Multiple opportunities for your works to be presented internationally and in the United States.

Networking and Collaboration. In the United States and globally, making it easy for you to identify creative and production partners, and to grow your audience using advanced multimedia technology, camerawork, and live canvas body movement techniques.

Weekly Updates. Beginning June, 2021, specific funding opportunities, calls for proposals, workshops, residencies, publicity resources and more.

Innovation Workshops. With a focus on new forms of interdisciplinary collaborative performing arts creation and presentation.

Residencies and Rehearsal Space. Low- and no-cost on-site and AAlchemy-network residencies and rehearsal spaces in the US and internationally.

Publicity. Generating media attention for your creative “product” among traditional news sources and new media including podcasts, blogs, and websites.

Brand Building and Marketing Support. Teaming with you to create greater public awareness of your brand and your artistry, using print and digital material to convey your value to audiences, donors, production partners, agents, venues and the public at large.

Pro Bono Support Services. Workshop and seminar leadership opportunities, grant writing support including your access to exclusive grant-giver databases, assistance in obtaining performance site approvals, licensing, insurance, and sponsorship for US visa applications for non-US artists.

Here’s how to find out more...

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Vincent Minelli directing Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron in 1950 on the MGM film set of “An American in Paris”.

Vincent Minelli directing Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron in 1950 on the MGM film set of “An American in Paris”.

This was the first-ever film combining music, dance, multimedia, and interaction of performer and props in the film’s stunning immersive climax, “The American in Paris” ballet, a 17-minute dialogue-free dance featuring Kelly and Caron set to George Gershwin’s “An American in Paris” written in 1928.

The film was nominated for eight Academy Awards in 1951 and won six – including Best Picture.

Today, “An American In Paris” is considered one of the finest examples of how industry thought-leaders successfully combined then-precedent-setting advanced technology with the creative live arts to create the sense of complete audience immersion using 2D.

Even when measured by 21st century hi-tech filmmaking, it still jumps off the screen and remains a benchmark for defining compelling immersive performance. All in 2D.

.For you as a filmmaker, creator or performer…

AAlchemy is building the only worldwide network for creating Immersion Of The Mind, matched with a global network to channel financial support for you as creator, filmmaker or performing artist.

All for creating new ways to present artistry that immerses the audience even when – and especially when – the performance is streamed in 2D.

So, what’s in it for you by registering with AAlchemy? For starters, it’s free. But there’s lots more.

Funding. For your projects, residencies, commissions, filming, multimedia. and live, live-streamed, and pre-recorded productions.

New Audiences. Multiple opportunities for your works to be presented internationally and in the United States.

Networking and Collaboration. In the United States and globally, making it easy for you to identify creative and production partners, and to grow your audience using advanced multimedia technology, camerawork, and live canvas body movement techniques.

Weekly Updates. Beginning June, 2021, specific funding opportunities, calls for proposals, workshops, residencies, publicity resources and more.

Innovation Workshops. With a focus on new forms of interdisciplinary collaborative performing arts creation and presentation.

Residencies and Rehearsal Space. Low- and no-cost on-site and AAlchemy-network residencies and rehearsal spaces in the US and internationally.

Publicity. Generating media attention for your creative “product” among traditional news sources and new media including podcasts, blogs, and websites.

Brand Building and Marketing Support. Teaming with you to create greater public awareness of your brand and your artistry, using print and digital material to convey your value to audiences, donors, production partners, agents, venues and the public at large.

Pro Bono Support Services. Workshop and seminar leadership opportunities, grant writing support including your access to exclusive grant-giver databases, assistance in obtaining performance site approvals, licensing, insurance, and sponsorship for US visa applications for non-US artists.

Here’s how to find out more...

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