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Call Out for teaching artists for future seasons of [openclass]





We are looking for experienced dance artists, teachers, choreographers and practitioners interested in teaching a professional morning class series at The Lodge Space in SE London (Canada Water/Surrey Quays). 

Each month we programme two artists to teach class for two days over one week. The class starts at 10:00 and ends at 11:30.  The class is aimed mainly at contemporary dancers, but is open to individuals working in other movement practices. 

See website for past artists and more info.

This is a paid opportunity – we cover the fee for teaching but there is no budget for travel or accommodation.

Please submit your interest by 10:00am on the 10 July 2019. 


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Call for entries: TDP'19 international dance festival: films events





About TDP'19

TDP' is Tipperary Dance Platform’s international dance festival. TDP'19 will take place the 7-13 October 2019


TDP'19 screendance programme

The festival's screendance programme presents a selection of short dance films (max. 15 minutes) from around the world. TDP' is looking for innovative artworks created through the cross-breeding of dance and the syntax of cinema to create original forms.



Films must be no longer than 15 minutes. The selected films will be included in either of two programmes: 

  1. TDP'19 cinema dance screening. Presented in a cinema with digital facilities. 
  2. TDP'19 screen dance exhibition. Presented in an Art Gallery on high definition TVs and video projections.



TDP'19 screendance will award two prizes:

  • Best film in the TDP'19 cinema screendance selection: $250 
  • Best film in the TDP'19 screen dance exhibition selection: $250
  • There will be a special audience recognition award.

For more details, follow the submission links


More about the festival

This annual festival invites audiences to a full week of dance, showcasing the latest works of choreographers and film makers. TDP’ includes live performances, screendance projections, master class programs, symposiums, training/investigation laboratories for dancers and choreographers, classes for the community, exhibitions, and installations.

Set in the dramatic landscape of the Aherlow mountains, Tipperary Dance Platform is characterised by its careful curation, cutting edge programme, and friendly atmosphere: a vibrant festive gathering and the best of Irish hospitality for audiences, participants and artists.





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€15 per entry
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Dear fellow Performing Artists…

We are looking forward to our 8th volume of The Wall Series at PAUL Studios Berlin! This bi-monthly performance series gives artists an opportunity to present their works in progress or finished works in an intimate setting for an enthusiastic audience.

For Vol. 8, we are looking for artists who would like to present their work on Friday, July 5th and Saturday, July 6th 2019. We are open to performers of all disciplines interested in sharing their pieces in an intimate venue and/or in an outdoor space. All performers will receive 5 hours of free rehearsal time at PAUL Studios Berlin prior to the performance.

Submitted performances must:

Be under 20 minutes in length

Require very minimal technical needs (we are an intimate space with very basic lighting etc.)

To Submit: Please fill out the form below! (Applications without a working youtube or vimeo link will not be considered.)


*Note: As we are a self-funded/artist-run collective, we do not have funds to cover travel or boarding costs for performers. Thank you for understanding.

We look forward to seeing/hearing/reading your submissions!


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Whim W'Him Seattle Contemporary Dance seeking Choreographers




Apply to create an original work with Whim W’Him

Whim W’Him dancers, under the artistic direction of Olivier Wevers, seek choreographers to create new dance works for the company's sixth annual "Choreographic Shindig 2019.” Selected choreographers will be invited to create original dances with the Whim W'Him dancers. Choreographers share three to four weeks residency, which culminates in eight public performances in Seattle September 2020.

We are offering an opportunity for emerging and established choreographers to develop works on our dancers. The dancers will be involved in selecting the choreographers for the residency, which culminates with performances of the new creations. This approach gives the dancers a voice in curating the program, becoming fully involved in a new aspect of the artistic process.


+ Choreographers will receive a $3,500 stipend; travel and housing will also be provided
+ Selected choreographers will have over 60 hours of rehearsal space with the Whim W’Him dancers
+ Budget for costumes and other technical needs is limited and shall be discussed with Artistic Director
+ Residency weeks during June, July and/or August 2020


+ Resume
+ Video links of recent choreographic works (minimum 3)
+ Brief proposal including ideas and intent (PDF)


Adam Barruch, Banning Bouldin, Austin Diaz, Brendan Duggan, Jonathan Campbell, Lauren Edson, Joseph Hernandez, Kyra Jean Green, Maurya Kerr, Alice Klock, Joshua Manculich, Joshua L. Peugh, Ihsan Rustem, Bruno Roque, Omar Roman de Jesús, Yoshito Sakuraba


Since its creation in 2009 Whim W'Him has become Seattle’s hottest dance company. Led by former Pacific Northwest Ballet Principal dancer and choreographer Olivier Wevers, the company is committed to innovation, collaboration, and high caliber relevant art that engages and challenges audiences. Whim W’Him is both “entirely classic and entirely now”. Voted 2011 Best Arts Organization by Seattle Weekly readers. Grand prize winner of the Palm Desert Choreography Competition for an unprecedented two years in a row. Recipient of a 2011 Princess Grace Award for Choreography and a 2012 Seattle Mayor’s Arts Awards. 

SUBMISSION must be received by June 15, 2019 and materials are only accepted via Google form


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Call for Choreography: CHOP SHOP Contemporary Dance Festival





WHO: Dance companies and individual choreographers working in contemporary dance and based in the U.S. or Canada
WHAT: CHOP SHOP: Bodies of Work, a contemporary dance festival
WHEN: February 15 & 16, 2020
WHERE: Meydenbauer Center Theatre, Bellevue, WA, USA

CHOP SHOP: Bodies of Work, a contemporary dance festival, is seeking U.S. or Canada-based dance companies and individual choreographers with contemporary dance work to be presented at the 2020 festival (February 15 & 16, 2020) at Meydenbauer Center Theatre in Bellevue, WA, alongside master classes and a free community engagement program. Approximately eight individual artists and/or dance companies will be selected and their work will be presented in both festival performances (Saturday evening at 7.30pm and Sunday at 3pm). In addition to participating in festival performances, artists have the opportunity to offer a master class for intermediate/advanced level dancers, lead free and open to all community dance classes and lectures, participate in a pre-show lecture/demonstration on the art of choreography, engage directly with audiences through post-show Q&A sessions, and network with fellow artists.

This call is open to all dance companies and individual choreographers working in contemporary dance and based in the U.S. or Canada. Works presented at CHOP SHOP must be 10 minutes or less in length. Works in progress are accepted and considered, but your video work sample should show at least 75% of the completed work. Works still in conceptual form will not be considered.

Each dance company or individual choreographer will receive a performance honorarium: $800 for works with one performer and $1,000 for works with two or more performers. An additional modest travel stipend of $200 will be provided for dance companies or individual choreographers based outside a 50-mile radius of Bellevue, WA.

Dance companies or individual choreographers offering master classes and/or community engagement classes receive an additional teaching stipend of $70 per hour taught.


  1. Applicant Information: Name of dance company or individual choreographer, contact information, etc.
  2. Letter of Interest: Please describe why you would like to be considered for CHOP SHOP and your interest and past and/or current experience in promoting the accessibility of contemporary dance, teaching, and community engagement.
  3. Work Proposed for CHOP SHOP: Title, choreographer's name, total length of the work, number of performers, and brief explanation/description of the work.
  4. Work Sample: Online video of proposed work (not to exceed 10 minutes total).

Applicants will be selected using the following criteria:

  • Relevance of letter of interest and alignment with CHOP SHOP's founding mission
  • Accessibility of the proposed work to both new and experienced dance viewers
  • Originality, artistry, and conceptual clarity of proposed work
  • Demonstrated interest in and commitment to teaching, community engagement, and promoting the accessibility of contemporary dance

All applicants will be notified of the status of their application by Sunday, September 1, 2019.


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KPC Workshop! *Performing Artists, Ages 15-19*




Katharine Pettit Creative - KPC offers a week long workshop focused on building character, technique and drive in performing artists between the ages of 15 to 19 years of age.

***Some dance experience required: All class levels will range from Advanced Beginner to Intermediate/Advanced***

Monday July 22nd through Saturday July 27th classes will be from NOON to 4PM, including musical theatre movement, jazz, modern and acrobatic dance classes.

Each student will learn several pieces from KPC repertoire to be shared in the end of the workshop showing, Saturday July 27th at 4:30PM, friends and family invited.

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