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Poor People's TV Room (Photo: Caitlin McCarthy)^3471 The Spinning Wheel^3477 Holoscences (photo: Sue Holland and Eugene Kim)^497 Holoscences (photo: Lars Jan)^497 portrait of myself as my father (Photo: Gennadi Novash)^494 Poor People's TV Room (Photo: Caitlin McCarthy)^3471 Pape Ibrahima Ndiaye and Nora Chipaumire at Gibney Dance (photo by: William Nadylam)^494

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Farewell-0.jpg What a journey it has been!
As of June 30, 2017 MAPP International Productions, one of the leading producers and promoters of socially conscious performing arts, will close its doors.

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Mission and Vision

MAPP International Productions develops sustainable environments for contemporary artists to create and perform their work, and uses arts, humanities and dialogue to advance appreciation of diverse cultures and perspectives. Our curatorial focus is on artists who tackle complex subject matter, experiment with form and push the cultural conversation forward in society. We are equally dedicated to ensuring that these artists' most ambitious visions reach the stage ("stage" having many forms today), and to offering multiple opportunities for diverse people to engage with both high-quality artistic work and the ideas, issues and inspirations at its core. We nurture contemporary artists who reside and create in many parts of the world, embracing multi-directional infiltration and invigoration, and contributing to the U.S.'s role as a valued partner in a global creative community.