Small Plates Choreography Festival, Newburgh, NY


Applications are open for Small Plates Choreography Festival, a series of two curated dance performances to be presented on November 2, 2024 at 4:00 and 8:00 p.m. at Chapman Steamer Arts located in the vibrant artistic community of Newburgh, NY. 

Programming: Solo, duet, and trio dance works of any dance genre up to 15 minutes in length will be considered for inclusion in both performances. 4-8 artists will be chosen to participate, and both performances will be programmed with the same artists. Due to the capacity of the space, we must limit the total number of performers.

Dance Residency: Final Tuning - Winter 2025


The Final Tuning residency offers two dance companies the time, space, and resources in a spectacular mountain setting to take their previously developed work to the next stage. Selected companies will receive access to a Banff Centre dance studio for three weeks to work on rehearsing their proposed project. During the second and third weeks, artists will have access to either the recently renovated Jenny Belzberg Theatre, or the Margaret Greenham Theatre (as assigned), to begin implementing technical elements into their projects. Both companies will be given the opportunity to present their work (or work-in-progress) to the public.

Dance Artists in Residence 2024


The Dance Artist in Residence program offers dance artists and companies of all genres focused time for the creation and development of new works. The residency is designed for artists in the creation phase of new work, with minimal technical support in Banff Centre’s studio spaces.

A number of dance companies will reside on campus at the same time, working on their respective projects and enjoying opportunities for artistic connection and exchange. At the end of the program, participants have the option of opening their studio to share work in progress with other visiting artists and the broader Banff Centre community.

Boston Dance Theater Trainee Program Choreographer Call

Boston-based contemporary dance company Boston Dance Theater (BDT) announces an open call for submissions from choreographers. The company will identify 3 choreographers from the pool of applicants for opportunities to create original work with BDT Trainee dancers during BDT’s 2024-25 season. The commissioned works will be performed in a studio setting as part of the Trainee Program Observation Day. The selected choreographers will participate in an intensive-format residency. During the residency, the selected choreographers will each be provided with 5 days with the trainees to create, develop, and set new choreographic material. The chosen choreographers will each receive an honorarium of $1,200. The top finalists will be showcased on BDT’s website and social media.

Dare to Dance in Public Film Festival: Round 7 SUBMISSIONS OPEN

SUBMISSIONS are open for Dare to Dance in Public Film Festival: Round 7 (D2D).  Taking place annually in Los Angeles at the Glorya Kaufman Performing Arts Center, Dare to Dance in Public Film Festival (D2D) is an international film festival devoted to democratizing, celebrating, and promoting the genre of Screen Dance.  Regularly attended by Filmmakers, Producers, Dancers and Dance Aficionados, D2D presents films that explore dance as an urgent, visceral, universal language about what it is to be human and alive in the world TODAY.  Annual D2D: Round 7 judges include internationally renowned Choreographers, Dancers, Producers, and Directors,  will be announced soon!  

The Choreographic Marathon

bring an idea & collaborators & work, investigate, create non-stop
in the INTENSIVE May 18-19-20 & CONTINUING for 4 months...
creation, exchange, mentoring, performance, development
all movement arts forms, all generations in a shared community of diverse artists curious and devoted to challenging themselves , examining process, sharing perspectives, making new creation connections. In-person & online. 

Facilitated by Across Oceans Arts >see website "work & people" 
supported by the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council


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