Member's Entrance | Become a Member
Pictured: Brian Buck and Marie Larimer performing in InterPlay: Hallucinations
In a time where EVERYONE and we mean EVERYONE, is asking for your contribution, why should you consider becoming a member of yet another organization? Unlike commercial stores Another Language Performing Arts Company is a non-profit 501(c) (3) corporation and as such, public support is built into the structure of this type of organization. When applying for additional funding from arts councils and foundations, it is important to show these institutions that what we offer is valued and supported by the public.
We need your support because of the nature of the work that we do. We are explorers in the true sense of the word. The focus of Another Language, to incorporate ground breaking communications and other technology into the artistic structure of our original works. We are based in Salt Lake City and there is no other community organization investigating this type of original artistic expression.
Another Language stands on the frontier of creative expression without a safety net. This means that a lot of our time is spent figuring out how to approach a new technology and how to make something literally go. When that problem is solved, things go a lot faster, but it is the figuring out that is so time intensive. Support for research and development in the arts is almost non-existent and that is exactly what we do.
Your support, as a member, is extremely vital and you will have exclusive membership access to unique content, including videos and images that are not available to the general public and we will continue to add more content into the membership level. Once you become a member, as a special gift, we invite you to pick an image from our exclusive membership gallery and we will send you a high-resolution 8x10 print of that image especially for you.
Thank you so much for your support and thank you to all of our valuable members who believe in and support the work investigated by Another Language Performing Arts Company.
Beth and Jimmy Miklavcic - Directors