Awards

Patricia A. Woodward Inspiration Award

KCC Award

Liberate Experience Scholarships

Anita Mann Bright Futures Award

Named after our Liberate Artists Founder/Creative Director's mentor, Patricia A. Woodward, this award is a need and kindness-based scholarship where we pay for a dancer's entire tuition for one year at their home studio. This is for the dancer that embodies everything we believe in at Liberate Artists, Inc. and is the most prestigious award at Liberate Artists, Inc. This year, we're adding to this award and the recipient of the Patricia A. Woodward Inspiration Award will also receive:

  • Full Tuition Scholarship to Phoenix Fire Ignite
  • Liberate Artists Signature Tee
  • Become Brand Ambassador For Liberate Artists INC

The KCC Award is awarded to dancers who are kind, compassionate, and caring during Phoenix Fire, Focus, and CAMP Liberate. We value these traits above everything else. Dancers who receive this award are also awarded a scholarship to attend conventions or events from our partner organizations including: Velocity Dance Convention, Activate Your Artistry Dance Convention, Joffrey Texas, and more!

At Liberate Artists we award $250 and $500 scholarships to Phoenix Fire in New York City, $750 scholarships to Focus in Los Angeles, and $250 scholarships to CAMP Liberate in Mass. We also award full-tuition scholarships to dancers who express an economic need. Interested in being awarded a scholarship to attend one of our magical and momentous experiences? Email contact@liberateartists.com.

The Anita Mann Bright Futures Award is in honor of legendary choreographer, dancer, and philanthropist Anita Mann. Anita Mann is an American choreographer, dancer and actress. Mann has been honored by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences as one of America's top five contemporary choreographers. Choreography credits include five seasons on the 1980s pop dance television show, the TV series Solid Gold, for which she was nominated twice for a Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Choreography. Mann has also choreographed "The Cher Show", "The Academy Awards", the "Golden Globe Award", "Academy of Country Music Awards", the "Miss America Pageant", "The People's Choice Awards", the "Grammy Hall of Fame Award", and the "Emmy Awards." This award is a stipend to support dancers on a collegiate level who are entering or are currently enrolled and studying in a BFA or BA dance program in the United States in the fall of 2022. The stipend is to support underrepresented college-aged students of economic need.
Patricia A. Woodward Inspiration Award

Named after our Liberate Artists Founder/Creative Director's mentor, Patricia A. Woodward, this award is a need and kindness-based scholarship where we pay for a dancer's entire tuition for one year at their home studio. This is for the dancer that embodies everything we believe in at Liberate Artists, Inc. and is the most prestigious award at Liberate Artists, Inc. This year, we're adding to this award and the recipient of the Patricia A. Woodward Inspiration Award will also receive:

  • Full Tuition Scholarship to Phoenix Fire Ignite
  • Liberate Artists Signature Tee
  • Become Brand Ambassador For Liberate Artists INC
KCC Award

The KCC Award is awarded to dancers who are kind, compassionate, and caring during Phoenix Fire, Focus, and CAMP Liberate. We value these traits above everything else. Dancers who receive this award are also awarded a scholarship to attend conventions or events from our partner organizations including: Velocity Dance Convention, Activate Your Artistry Dance Convention, Joffrey Texas, and more!

Liberate Experience Scholarships

At Liberate Artists we award $250 and $500 scholarships to Phoenix Fire in New York City, $750 scholarships to Focus in Los Angeles, and $250 scholarships to CAMP Liberate in Mass. We also award full-tuition scholarships to dancers who express an economic need. Interested in being awarded a scholarship to attend one of our magical and momentous experiences? Email contact@liberateartists.com.

Anita Mann Bright Futures Award
The Anita Mann Bright Futures Award is in honor of legendary choreographer, dancer, and philanthropist Anita Mann. Anita Mann is an American choreographer, dancer and actress. Mann has been honored by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences as one of America's top five contemporary choreographers. Choreography credits include five seasons on the 1980s pop dance television show, the TV series Solid Gold, for which she was nominated twice for a Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Choreography. Mann has also choreographed "The Cher Show", "The Academy Awards", the "Golden Globe Award", "Academy of Country Music Awards", the "Miss America Pageant", "The People's Choice Awards", the "Grammy Hall of Fame Award", and the "Emmy Awards." This award is a stipend to support dancers on a collegiate level who are entering or are currently enrolled and studying in a BFA or BA dance program in the United States in the fall of 2022. The stipend is to support underrepresented college-aged students of economic need.

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LIBERATE ARTISTS PARTNERS

Since we are not a dance competition or convention at Liberate Artists, we collaborate with safe, equitable, and inclusive dance competitions and conventions to provide you opportunities to train and perform with organizations whose values we share. At our Liberate Artists experience, we’ll also be awarding scholarships for the following organizations:

Half Off Scholarships to a regional event

General Scholarships:

Since we are not a dance competition or convention at Liberate Artists, we collaborate with safe, equitable, and inclusive dance competitions and conventions to provide you opportunities to train and perform with organizations whose values we share. At our Liberate Artists experience, we’ll also be awarding scholarships for the following organizations:

Our team will be awarding training scholarships to teachers and studio owners to support dance organizations in building more safer, equitable, and inclusive educational dance spaces.