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Dance Artist in Residence 2022 | In Person

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Overview
The Dance Artists in Residence program is designed specifically for dance artists to have focused time for the creation and development of new works in Banff Centre studios, with support as desired from a faculty team of professional dance dramaturgs.

This program brings a number of dance artists to the Banff campus at the same time to work on their respective projects, while enjoying opportunities for artistic connection and exchange with peers. The residency is intended for artists working in the initial creation phase of a new work, which they will develop over the course of one or two weeks in residence.

What does the program offer?
This residency offers a range of dance spaces depending on participants' needs and studio availability, and artists will be provided with a basic sound system. As this program focusses on creating and developing ideas and forms of practice, participants will not have access to production spaces. Banff Centre is unable to provide support around production or technical elements.

Artists are expected to be creating work during this residency, however are not expected to give a final performance or showing. Participants will be offered the opportunity to have an open studio showing at the end of their stay, if desired. 

Applicants are encouraged to bring their own dramaturgs, however for those unable to bring a collaborating dramaturg, there will be two dance dramaturgs on faculty who will be available to engage as required.

Who should apply?
We invite project proposals from experienced, professional individual artists, artistic collectives, and companies worldwide. Artists at various stages of development are encouraged to apply.  Applying companies are limited to eight members. Large requests for technical support may affect the outcome of the adjudication as this residency has minimal resources for technical and production. 

*Financial Aid of 100% of the tuition fee and 50% of accommodation is available for this program.

Program Dates: December 5 - 16, 2022
Application Deadline: September 7, 2022
Learn more and apply online: https://bit.ly/3NQMQBd

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APPLY FOT THE CLIFFORD E. LEE CHOREOGRAPHY AWARD:
The biennial Clifford E. Lee Choreography Award, at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, is open to any emerging Canadian dance choreographer or company demonstrating exceptional talent. We are seeking new voices, ideas, and approaches to professional dance that can be supported through the award.

Apply by August 17, 2022.
Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3yNblep

Prizes Details: 

All accepted participants will receive the above financial aid package.

Location: 
107 Tunnel Mountain Drive, Banff AB T1H 1L5
Deadline: 
07/September/2022
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3-day international workshop "DRAMATURGY OF PHYSICAL ACTION"

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3 - 5 August 2022

This is an incredible opportunity for performers of all backgrounds and experiences to come together and learn from each other in a truly multidisciplinary setting.

This intensive 3-day workshop will cover a wide range of topics related to physical theatre and dance, and participants will have the opportunity to put what they learn into practice in a supportive and fun environment.

ArtUniverse can offer scholarships of up to 90 euros and to receive it fill in the form: https://www.artuniverse.org/application-process/ Your application will be considered within three working days.

Prize Summary: 
Up to 90 euros scholarships
Location: 
Grand Studio, Brussels - Belgium
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EXPERIMENT A - Open call for scientists & choreographers

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EXPERIMENT A – Artistic Residency

Open call for scientists & choreographers

September - November 2022

Flux Laboratory Athens launches a new residency program aimed at choreographers and scientists-researchers with an interest in exploring the creative collaboration between artistic practice & scientific research. The theme is open and the primary aim is to synthesize a distinctive blend of research interests and people that leaves room for exchange, dialogue, inspiration and co-creation developing on the fringes of the respective disciplines.

One choreographer and one scientist will be selected for the Fall 22’ session September 15th - November 15th in order to collaborate intensely over a condensed time frame. Through their personal methodologies and interests they will seek a common ground,  so as to transform their joint research into a choreographic outcome. The mission of Flux Laboratory Athens is to function as a unique incubator of synergies that will gradually evolve outside its walls, providing experimentation time and resources.

The residency process will be followed and recorded by transdisciplinary researcher, curator and program engagement specialist for the international organization Leonardo/ISAST, Christiana Kazakou, who will act as a mentor, external observer and connetcting link between disciplines.

 

The Residency

Duration: 2 months (15 September - 15 November) 

Fee: 1200€ per participant 

Additional fee for production costs: 2000€ 

Final outcomes: 2 presentations of the research in progress & 1 workshop open to the public

*Please note: Flux Laboratory Athens doesn’t cover travel & accommodation costs.

Prize Summary: 
Fee: 1200€ per participant
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Fee: 1200€ per participant 

Additional fee for production costs: 2000€ 

Location: 
Flux Laboratory Athens (Geronta 12, Plaka) & in various spaces after consultation with the selected scientist.
Deadline: 
01/July/2022

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Scholarship for Performing Arts Conference

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There is a great opportunity from ArtUniverse to receive a SCHOLARSHIP of €200 for participation in the IUGTE Conference and (or) Physical Theatre Lab, which will take place on 25-29 July in a beautiful 13th-century castle in Austria.

“Performing Arts Between Tradition and Contemporaneity” is the annual international multidisciplinary conference exploring the bridge between the “traditional” and “contemporary” in performing arts.

The IUGTE Conference and Physical Theatre Lab are a gathering of performing artists, academics, teachers, managers, producers and designers from a wide variety of creative fields, including theatre, dance, music, visual and multimedia art, arts administration, performing arts training, stage design and theatre technology.

If you have any questions about financial support for participation, feel free to contact ArtUniverse by email info@artuniverse.org

 

Prize Summary: 
€200
Prizes Details: 

For individual participation, the amount of scholarships is 200 euros.
Also, ArtUniverse can offer special payment terms for groups of 10 people for The IUGTE Conference and Physical Theatre Lab and in this case, the participation of the Speaker from the delegation is free.

Location: 
Laubegg Castle - Austria
Deadline: 
10/June/2022
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Open Call for Audition | Master Performance Practices

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Home of Performance Practices and ArtEZ University of Arts is now open to applications from artists looking to join our Master’s programme from Autumn 2022!

Deadline submission application:

25 May 2022

Audition week:

20 - 24 June 2022 (availability for whole week required) | *The audition will be held ONLINE

The ArtEZ Performance Practices programme welcomes independent and responsible artist-researchers, wishing to further, and more rigorously, advance their careers in performance art, live art, contemporary theatre, conceptual choreography, experimental dance or visual art.

The Master Performance Practices is a two-year, low-residence, high intensity master’s degree course offering 5 specialisations: • Choreography • Theatre Practices • Performance Art • Digital Performance • De-disciplined Body in Performance

Our curriculum is at the forefront of both artistic and intellectual enquiry, and facilitated by a team of internationally renowned practitioners and researchers. Students design rigorous lines of research, investigating, challenging, and reshaping the role of the artist, and contributing to the advancement of performance in their chosen fields.

If you are an artist with a curiosity for learning, a spirit of experimentation, an ambition to grow, and committed to artmaking as a life-long practice in dialogue with peers and audiences, you will find your place at our HOME OF PERFORMANCE PRACTICES.

 

 

Deadline: 
25/May/2022

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The Choreographic Marathon 2022

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THE CHOREOGRAPHIC MARATHON 2022…upcoming May 2022, September 2022 

For artists in All forms of MOVEMENT ARTS >  (Canada and International) ...and responders in visual, sound, literary forms

PROPOSE NOW > some fellowships being offered this year!!

Ultra-Intensive Creation & Development Exchange 

The work is centred on the week of the 2-day intensive and continues over 4 months.

For established and emerging movement artists in All forms, who want to advance your clarity of purpose and process, through a work that is brewing, with your collaborators within a community of similarly rigorous, supportive and challenging movement artists

LOCATION “hybrid” (online & in studio) so no travel needed 

Led by master mentor Maxine Heppner with a circle of senior facilitators such as Susan Lee, Takako Segawa, Jessica Runge, Junia Mason, Sashar Zarif, Charmaine Headley, Kate Alsterlund (Agent Lynx), Peter Jenkins and Associates

ACROSS OCEANS ARTS programs > deepening collaboration through arts for over 30 years

The Chroeographic Marathon is supported by the Toronto Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, AO Angels & in partnership with Pia Bouman Studios

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Fellowship covers some artist expenses. Proposal admin fee is $20.
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