Support Eugene Ballet Company
We believe every dollar is meaningful and that every dollar matters. Chose the level of support that works for you.
Sponsor a Dancer
Years of hard work and dedication are required to become a professional dancer. Sponsoring a dancer recognizes their talent and dedication and supports them through the season. Learn more about this program by contacting Executive Director Josh Neckels, by email or phone, 541-485-3992.
Aspirants Vivien Farrell and Erin Johnson are supported by Ken and Kenda Singer. Aspirant Marilyn Brady is supported by Francis Rolfson.
Increase your organization’s civic involvement and visibility through a Corporate Sponsorship or donation to Eugene Ballet’s programs. Align with one of Eugene’s most established and vibrant cultural institutions. Enhance your local and regional presence. Benefits include increase visibility, enhanced marketing opportunities and civil involvement.
or contact Development & Education Coordinator Lisa Bostwick at 541-485-3992 or email email@example.com.
Foundation and Government Support
Generous foundation and governmental support sustains us, allowing us to preserve the best of classical ballet, to create new and innovative works, to move and inspire our audiences, and to transform and enrich the lives of students.
The Haugland Family Foundation
Hult Endowment / Arts Foundation of Western Oregon Fund of The Oregon
Mildred Baker Endowment for the Arts / Arts Foundation of Western Oregon Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation
Endowment and Planned Giving
Charitable and planned giving will help you meet your philanthropic goals and extend your generosity well into the future.
For more information, please call Lisa Bostwick, Development & Education Coordinator, at 541-485-3992 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Lisa Bostwick joins Eugene Ballet Company this season as the Development and Education Coordinator, having most recently held the position of Ballet Program Director at Dancewave in Brooklyn, NY. Lisa began her ballet training in New York, continued her formal training at Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, and BalletMet, and had the honor of training and performing with the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory in St. Petersburg, Russia. Lisa performed with the Alabama Ballet for seven years and was seen in soloist and principal roles in classical ballets such as The Nutcracker, Don Quixote, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Swan Lake and George Balanchine’s Divertimento #15. Lisa also performed in contemporary and modern works by choreographers including Margi Cole, Craig Patterson, Robert Battle, Johan Renval, and Teri Weksler, director of Birmingham’s resident modern dance company, Southern Danceworks, with which Lisa performed for nine years.
Lisa has taught dance for more than 20 years, including more than a decade of teaching summer dance intensive programs, recently at Eugene Ballet Academy, and across the Northwest. In addition to her years with Dancewave, she directed the opening of the Alabama Ballet School, and was an instructor at Ballet Tech and Brooklyn Ballet. Lisa has also designed curriculum for professional training programs, private high schools, and outreach in the public schools, and served as a representative for dance, education, and program administration at numerous development functions.
Lisa received a B.S in Arts Administration from Butler University with a concentration in dance, and a business minor, graduating with highest honors. She is also a National Science Foundation scholarship recipient, graduating with a degree in environmental studies in 2015.