HAA WELCOMES THE RESIDENT INCUBATOR CLASS OF 2019
Amy Gibbs, Capacity Building Initiatives Manager
Every three years, Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) welcomes a new class of Resident Incubators. During that time HAA Capacity Building staff works closely with the five selected organizations to help them grow and improve the administrative infrastructure of their organization. Additionally, each organization receives private office space at HAA and $15,000 in grant funding annually.
Earlier this month, the Class of 2019 moved into their new offices. We are looking forward to working with these organizations over the next three years!
Aperio, Music of the Americas
Aperio is an ensemble of local and internationally recognized musicians dedicated to preserving chamber music literature through performances that showcase contemporary composers from the Americas.
Apollo Chamber Players
Apollo Chamber Players is a nonprofit chamber music organization that explores the cultural and folkloric influences in classical music.
Horse Head Theatre Co.
Horse Head Theatre Company is nonprofit collective of Houston theatre professionals who join forces to produce extraordinary projects. Their mission is to re-energize Houston audiences with theatrically designed experiences using local talent and non-traditional methods.
Korean American Society of Houston
The Korean-American Society of Houston (KASH) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Korean culture to encourage deeper interactions between the Korean-American Community and the greater public.
Silambam Houston aims to increase the appreciation and understanding of Indian artistic traditions across cultural boundaries through arts education programs, outreach performances and workshops, and by creating opportunities for young artists to develop, perform, and collaborate.