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 Post subject: Festivals and Showcases
PostPosted: Thu Apr 06, 2006 12:23 pm 
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This thread is for announcing auditions/applications for dance showcases and festivals.


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 Post subject: Theatre Methods 08 - call for submissions
PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2007 11:21 am 
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Dear Colleagues,

The festival has been accepting applications for presentations in 2008.

*International Festival *

*THEATRE METHODS 08
Between Tradition and Contemporaneity*

*July 7 - 13, 2008
Malpils, Latvia*

*More details: **http://www.iugte.com/projects/TM08.php
*<http://www.iugte.com/projects/TM08.php>

IUGTE
ArtUniverse
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 Post subject: Call for Presentations: "Performing Arts Training Today
PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 11:59 am 
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*International Conference
"Performing Arts Training Today"*

April 14 - 17, 2008
Bovec, Slovenia - in the heart of Julian Alps

*The conference is open to performers, performing arts educators and
teachers from all over the world interested in the research of topical
questions and processes in contemporary performing arts education and
training.*

*At the moment the conference has been accepting applications for creative
presentations.*

Presentation format:
• workshop/master class
• work in progress
• performance fragment (not requiring any special technical conditions)
• reading/lecture
• any other way of demonstration to the presenter's discretion.

Details:
*http://www.iugte.com/projects/Conference.php*<http://www.iugte.com/projects/Conference.php>


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 Post subject: Jacob's Pillow Internship Opportunities
PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2008 3:56 pm 
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Press Contact and Photos: Mariclare Hulbert


413.243.9919 x29 or mhulbert@jacobspillow.org





JACOB'S PILLOW ANNOUNCES



31 PROFESSIONAL ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES


IN 2008 SUMMER FESTIVAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM




January 23, 2008 (Becket, Mass.) - During the summer of 2008, Jacob's
Pillow Dance Festival offers thirty-one internship opportunities for
those aspiring to professional careers in arts administration and
technical theater production, and is now accepting applications for the
2008 Intern Program. A National Historic Landmark and the
longest-running dance festival in the U.S., Jacob's Pillow offers a
high-energy, international atmosphere where interns from around the
globe carry out key roles in producing Festival programs. Erin Smith,
Ph.D., a former Archives/Preservation Intern, remarks, "Jacob's Pillow
gave me the opportunity to establish professional relationships with
influential people in the field of dance and arts management." For
additional internship information, to view a video clip of the
internship experience on campus, or to apply, visit
www.jacobspillow.org/home/summer-internships.asp or e-mail
info@jacobspillow.org <mailto:info@jacobspillow.org> . Applications for
priority consideration are due February 8 and all applications must be
submitted by February 29



Thirty-one positions are available in over ten program areas:
Archives/Preservation, Business, Development/Individuals,
Development/Institutional, Editorial/Press, Education, Graphic Design,
Operations, Photojournalism, Presenting, Production, Ticket Services,
House Management and Video Documentation. Interns are selected through
a competitive process of written application reviews and phone
interviews.



Living amid Jacob's Pillow's international and historic environment from
May 21-August 28, 2008, interns become an integral part of the diverse
community of artists, faculty, students, and staff. Extensive
on-the-job training is led by the Pillow's professional staff and is
enriched by regular attendance at performances, dance classes, staff-led
workshops, and Festival events-all provided to interns free of charge.
A monetary stipend and free room and board are also provided.
Internships provide key career contacts, knowledge of current issues
related to the field, invaluable first-hand experience in arts
administration or technical theater production, and networking with the
Pillow's international community of artists and alumni. College credit
is available through the Pillow's affiliation with the University of
Massachusetts at Amherst, and often also available through the intern's
college.



Katie Friis, a former Education Intern, points out, "because of this
internship, I am applying for jobs that I never would have felt
qualified for three months ago. The experience has given me skills and
professional confidence that I will take with me to my future
positions." Former interns have been employed at prestigious arts
organizations in the U.S., Europe, and Asia such as the Baryshnikov Arts
Center, Danish Dance Theater, Kennedy Center, Mark Morris Dance Group,
National Public Radio, Princess Grace Foundation, The Washington Post,
and Jacob's Pillow. For more information, visit www.jacobspillow.org
<http://www.jacobspillow.org/> or call 413.243.9919.



Jacob's Pillow celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2007 and is home to a
renowned international dance Festival, presenting and commissioning
works of artists and companies from throughout the world. The School at
Jacob's Pillow encompasses a professional training program in the
diverse disciplines of ballet, cultural traditions, contemporary
traditions, jazz/musical theatre dance, and a choreographers lab, as
well as an Intern Program. The Pillow's extensive Archives, open
year-round to the public free of charge, chronicle over 75 years of the
often ephemeral and elusive art form of dance in print, video, and more.
Jacob's Pillow's year-round Community Programs enrich the lives of
children and adults and the Creative Development Residency program
supports artists as they create, yet another piece of the Pillow's
cultural legacy. In 2003, Jacob's Pillow was declared a National
Historic Landmark and is the first and only dance entity in the U.S. to
achieve this honor.



As of January 2008, major support for Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival has
been provided by: The Barrington Foundation; The Dana Foundation; Danish
Arts Agency; Frances Alexander Foundation; The Marshall Frankel
Foundation; The Howard Gilman Foundation; The Harkness Foundation for
Dance; The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation; The Leir Charitable
Foundations, in Memory of Henry J. Leir; The Andrew W. Mellon
Foundation; Mertz Gilmore Foundation; National Foundation for
Advancement in the Arts; Evelyn Stefansson Nef Foundation;
Netherland-America Foundation; Netherlands Culture Fund; New England
Foundation for the Arts; Bessie Pappas Charitable Foundation; The
Prospect Hill Foundation; Arch W. Shaw Foundation; The Shubert
Foundation, Inc.; The Starr Foundation; The Surdna Foundation;
Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency; Massachusetts Office of
Travel and Tourism; National Endowment for the Arts; ALEX(r); Ameriprise
Financial; Big Y World Class Market; Capezio/Ballet Makers Dance
Foundation; The Legacy Banks Foundation; Tourism Cares; The Pillow
Business Alliance; and Jacob's Pillow Members.



Major endowment support is provided by The Barrington Foundation; The
William Randolph Hearst Foundation; The Leir Charitable Foundations, in
Memory of Henry J. Leir; Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency;
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; Onota Foundation; The Prospect Hill
Foundation; The Puffin Foundation; Arch W. Shaw Foundation; and the
Talented Students in the Arts Initiative, a collaboration of the Doris
Duke Charitable Foundation and the Surdna Foundation.

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 Post subject: Dancing for the Camera Early Deadline Reminder
PostPosted: Tue Feb 26, 2008 5:06 pm 
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CALL FOR ENTRIES--REMINDER!
Early Deadline: March 11, 2008

The American Dance Festival calls for innovators to step forward with
submissions for the 13th annual Dancing for the Camera: International
Festival of Film and Video Dance. Showcasing the best of fusions between
cinematographic skill and choreographic vision, Dancing for the Camera has
screened to international audiences more than 250 dance films by filmmakers
from over 20 countries. Directed by dance filmmaker and curator, Douglas
Rosenberg, the 2008 festival will take place July 11-13, in conjunction
with the ADF’s 75th Anniversary.

Seeking high artistic quality, all entries will be adjudicated in one of
four categories by a panel of jurors whose selections will screen at the
festival. Certificates of Distinction will be awarded to works of
exceptional merit.

Submissions should align with one of the following areas:

- Choreography for the Camera—original work made specifically for video
or film or re-staged for the camera.

- Documentaries—productions that include interviews or other educational
elements in addition to choreography.

- Experiment and Digital Technologies—work that extends the boundaries
of dance and can exist only in video, film, or new technologies.

- Student Work—submissions produced while the filmmakers were students
or by current students.

The early deadline for film/video submissions is March 11, 2008, by 6pm
with an entry fee of $30. All submissions must meet the final deadline of
April 11, 2008, by 6pm. The entry fee for late submissions is $40.
Download the
[http://www.americandancefestival.org/downloads/2008_DFC_entryForm.pdf]
entry form.

Now Accepting Registration & Submissions

The ADF collaborates with Douglas Rosenberg for Screendance: State of the
Art 2, Curating the Practice/Curating as Practice. The conference is
scheduled to take place July 10-13 on the campus of Duke University, and
will overlap with the ADF’s 13th annual Dancing for the Camera:
International Festival of Film and Video Dance and a shared performance as
part of the ADF’s 75th Anniversary Season. Registration forms and
submission details now available at
[http://www.americandancefestival.org/projects/screenDance.html]
www.americandancefestival.org.

For more information on Dancing for the Camera and Screendance: State of
the Art 2, including registration, entry forms, and guidelines for
submission, please visit [http://www.americandancefestival.org]
www.americandancefestival.org.

Questions should be directed to [mailto:adf@americandancefestival.org]
adf@americandancefestival.org or 919.684.6402.


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Location: Wilmington, Delaware
Arabesque Festival
May 30, 2008
Grand Opera House in Wilmington, Delaware
For tickets call 1800-37-GRAND
Performance includes dancers from Boston Ballet, Martha Graham, Festival Ballet, Alabama Ballet and more.


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 Post subject: Invitation for performers, performing arts educators, teache
PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 12:57 pm 
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*Invitation for performers, performing arts educators and teachers!*

**
*International Conference
"PERFORMING ARTS TRAINING TODAY"*

*April 14-17, 2008
Bovec, Slovenia*

Dear Colleagues,
International University "Global Theatre Experience" is inviting colleagues
to take part in the international performing arts conference in Slovenia.
*A small number of places for FREE participation *
*in all events of the conference program are available on a competitive
basis.*

Accommodation and meals expenses: 150 EUR (if payment is made before April
1st). We shall provide you with accommodation in a hotel in twin room (three
nights), two meals per day (breakfast and lunch), tea/coffee breaks. The
conference will take place in Bovec, the mountain resort and the ancient
alpine town located in north-western Slovenia in the Trenta valley of the
Julian Alps.

*PROGRAMME: workshops, performances, works in progress, readings and
lectures by conference presenters from UK, Sweden, Russia and USA:*

• "Psychophysical Training Through Movement Improvisation" - Workshop by
John Britton - director, performer, writer and educator, Senior Lecturer in
Performance at the University of Huddersfield (UK).

• "Performer's Physicality: Biomechanics (Meyerhold), Psychological gesture
(M.Chekhov),
Physical action (Stanislavsky)" - Workshop by Sergei Ostrenko - theatre
director and teacher (Russia).

• "Reflections on the total regeneration of a post high school, professional
dancers training program" - Presentation by Fay Nenander - choreographer,
teacher, Senior Advisor at The Ballet Academy Stockholm (Sweden).

• "Carnival Arts and Its Impact on Arts Education" - Presentation by Shabaka
Thompson - cultural activist, social engineer, Director of the Yaa Asantewaa
Arts and Community Centre, CEO of Carnival Village based in Notting Hill
(UK).

• "Arts Education and the Disaffected Student" - Presentation by Annie
Cornbleet - teacher, education consultant, expert in Creativity and the use
of Arts Education, co-founder of CETTIE - Cultural Exchange Through Theatre
In Education (UK).

• "Splendid Mummer" by Lonne Elder. A monodrama on the life of the
outstanding Black actor: Ira Aldridge" - Presentation by Shango Baku -
actor, writer, director, journalist, Artistic Director of CETTIE - Cultural
Exchange Through Theatre In Education (UK).

• "Approaches to Movement-Based Theater" - Performance and
lecture-demonstration by
Pal Bernstein - performer, instructor of physical theater, professor at
Rutgers University (USA).

REGISTRATION:
To apply, candidates should send a CV and a brief letter of motivation to
conference@iugte.com stating the title, dates and location of the event.
Application deadline: March 28th.

PROGRAMME DETAILS: http://www.iugte.com/projects/theatre_conference.php
ACCOMMODATION and VENUE: http://www.iugte.com/projects/Bovec.venue.php

Please feel free to forward this information to your colleagues and
students.
We look forward to meeting you!

Sincerely,
Michael Cooperman
Project Coordinator

International University
"Global Theatre Experience" (IUGTE)
"ArtUniverse"
www.iugte.com


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Cross Connection Ballet Choreography
Showcase/Competition


Cross Connection Ballet is proud to present our first choreography showcase/competition to be held June 13th2008, in Copenhagen.

Cross Connection Ballet is a group of dancers based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Our mission is twofold, to promote dance by performing for a wider audience, while fostering new choreographers and new work. Our dancers hail from a collection of prestigious companies including Batsheva Dance, Bejart Ballet, Dansk Danse Teater, Leipzig Ballet, L’Opera National de Paris, and the Royal Danish Ballet.

By forming this showcase/competition it is our hope to allow new work a space to be shown, and help aspiring choreographers with an opportunity to grow. Cross Connection Ballet wishes to give choreographers a chance to present their work.

The event will be performed before a live audience, as well as a jury comprised of dancers from Cross Connection’s ensemble and invited members of the dance world.

Winning pieces will also be presented on the 14thand 15th of June in a Gala performance including dancers from Cross Connection Ballet, L’Opera National de Paris, Prague State Opera, the Royal Danish Ballet and free lance dancers.

Members of the jury will view all applications; those chosen to perform in the competition will be selected after all applications have been reviewed.
Choreographers will be contacted no later than Monday the 12th of May 2008 with the results of the pre-selection.

Application deadline (Postal Stamp) is Monday the 5th of May 2008.

Interested parties are asked to send a recording of the work they wish to submit, along with the following application to:

Cedric Lambrette
Cross Connection Ballet
Store Kongensgade 89
1264 Copenhagen K
Denmark

You are welcome to contact us with any questions you may have at ccbc@crossconnectionballet.com

You can also visit our website at www.crossconnectionballet.com


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 Post subject: Open for Dancing Call for Participants
PostPosted: Fri Aug 22, 2008 12:51 pm 
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"Island Moving Co. seeks participants for its fourth biennial Open for
Dancing Festival, September 17-21, 2008. Work with choreographers Andrea
Haenggi, Monica Bill Barnes or Nikki Carrara to be part of the creation and
performance of a site specific dance, set in a unique Newport landscape.
Everyone, regardless of skill level, is invited to dance. Call 847-4470 or
visit www.islandmovingco.org <http://www.islandmovingco.org/> ."





Captions are in "Properties" on each photo file.

Please let me know if you cannot access them.

Dominique Alfandre

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 Post subject: Interested in dance stage performing in Europe?
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Call for Dance Schools/Groups: Interested in performing in Europe?

Dear Choreographers/Directors/Dancers friends and colleagues,

The Directors of Barcelona Dance Awards, present the 20th International
Competitions and invite
your dance group to performing and teaching at the most prestigious dance events in
Europe the next 09season.

BARCELONA DANCE AWARD - from 9th to 13th April 2009 in Barcelona (SPAIN)
and from 18th to 22nd June 2009 in Italy and in th end of june in Paris (France).

For the past few years, acceptance to our annual festivals has been extremely
competitive.
Please prepare your application promptly according to the guidelines .
We look forward to receiving your applications.

We kindly ask you to help us distribute our news through your electronic network
or printing out
and hanging our postage / news / material up at public places at your eventual dance
hall or studio.

organizer E-Mail: <awardance08@tiscali.it>

our updated Web Site: <http://web.tiscali.it/awardance08/>
We are looking forward to hear from your comments!

Best wishes,


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


We invites you to submit applications for this exciting 2009 Festivals/Competitions:

We encourage modern/ballet dance emerging and established choreographers/companies
to apply.

Application forms can be downloaded at
<http://web.tiscali.it/awardance08/>

Contact organizer E-Mail: <<awardance08@tiscali.it>

Designed to showcase/competition the work of approximately 50 emerging and
established dance schools/companies
from all over the World, in marathon-like performances. The 2009 DANCE COMPETITIONS
is an integral part of the larger
Annual dance Awards Europe curated by W.R Dancefestival Association the programming
will represent the freshest and most
original emerging contemporary dance artists.

The dance festival is s free to the public on the main theatre (some of the best
EU old wood stage!). The audience
has the opportunity to enjoy up to 6-7 different companies in each hour of
programming, The schedule includes a gala kick
off performance, evening and daytime weekend performances.

We look forward to your participation and I hope to see you at the next DANCE
CONTEST! come with us to our next step:
Travel, Dance, Compete, and enjoy the best WorlDancEventS in Europe.

I'm inviting the "Dance Directors" who are willing to invest in themselves and who
are interested in
expanding their knowledge of other cultures, as well as promoting their work abroad,
says Mr. Barbieri I'm looking
for "Dance Groups" who see this thrilling event as an opportunity to benefit their
professional development.

On THE NEXT JUNE 2008 many Dance Groups will dance in EUROPE ...and you? Don't stay
at home!

to be featured in "The 20th DANCE AWARDS Competition Season" for the
Dance Grand Prix Festival Competition Fringe, being held from 9th to 13th April
2009 in Barcelona (SPAIN)
(during the EASTER Holiday Time).

In addition, the Directors will have an opportunity to network and attend all
performances by groups from all over the world.

To find out how to qualifye mail the office space is limited, so "Dance Directors"
should act right away.

ONLY A LITTLE FEE TO PARTICIPATE!!!

This exciting trip will give dancers and students an excellent opportunity to
present their work,
to network withdirectors, producers, other artists, (hopefully to negotiate new
engagements!)
and compete and win the awards with the own performances.

The Dance Grand Prix Festival literally draws thousands of people from all
across Europe
and other parts of the world, the festival is a thrilling extravaganza of hundreds
of artists
performing dance, theater and music within awonderful aod stage theatre near
the famous EU Art Cities, courtyards, outdoor cafes and the hotel accomodations on
the beach of the MEDITERRANEUM coast
this truly promises to be an unforgettable experience.

Choreographers, dancers and chaperones will receive hotel three star
accommodations in twin/three beds rooms with
bathroom/shower,based on two/three persons sharing a room.

We provide an entire and complete production package which includes excellent
theaters,
lighting, sound, technical assistance, publicity, pre-show rehearsal arrangements, and
printed programs and posteer advise all over the city.

Our managers will meet your dance groups on the "Welcome Bus Service" in the
meeting pointe airport.

I look forward to your participation and I hope to see you at the next festival.

Have questions? Please email me <awardance08@tiscali.it>

DIRECTOR DANCE AWARDS EUROPE 2009 SEASON

Just in a few days you will receive some advertising materials from us,
the new brochures and posters of the Dance Awards
please fax or e.mail your free on charges request of info at:

organizer E-Mail <awardance08@tiscali.it>

Our web site: <http://web.tiscali.it/awardance08/>

Full Name:____________________________________________

School/Company Name: ________________________________

Telephone:___________________________________________

Fax:_________________________________________________

Email Address:________________________________________* REQUIRED FIELD

Shipping Address:___________________________________

City:____________________ State/Province:_____________

Country:________________________ZIP/Postal:__________


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 Post subject: Call to Artists/Chop Shop: Bodies of Work
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STONEDANCE PRODUCTIONS

announces

A CALL FOR ARTISTS for the second annual presentation of CHOP SHOP: Bodies of Work at Meydenbauer Theater on February 7th and 8th, 2009. This unique contemporary dance festival presents the best that the Seattle/Eastside has to offer. Last year's festival culminated with outstanding reviews and high audience turnout. Chosen artists will receive a performance fee as well as generous tech time. Directors/Choreographers may also participate in paid masters classes/lectures/discussion panels that will be offered to the public during the daytime hours of the festival.

Works presented are not to exceed 15 mins. in length. Please send a DVD/VHS sample and a brief explanation of the work along with a return SASE to:

Eva Stone
StoneDance Productions
6816 157th Pl. SW
Edmonds, WA 98026

Deadline for this application is November 1, 2008.

Questions can be sent to stonedancecollective@hotmail.com


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Special Annoucement about
Monsters of Contemporary
Registration for Monsters of Contemporary
Opens Tommorrow, October 24th, 2008

Starting Tommorrow 10/24/08 at 8:00 AM EST, registration will open for
the newest convention from the company that brought your Monsters of
HipHop, introducing, Monsters of Contemporary!

To celebrate the launch of our newest dance convention,
the first 50 dancers who register for each tour city will
receive an additional $10.00 off our early registration
rate through November 7th, 2008!

Registration & more information can be found on our website,
[http://www.monstersofhiphop.com] www.monstersofhiphop.com.

Our new one day conventinos with a truly insipring cast of instructors who
are excited to share with you their
love and passion for contemporary dance!

Featuring the top choreographers in contemporary dance today - Wes
Veldink, Matt Cady, Sonya Tayeh, Jillian Meyers & Peter Chu.

We hope you will join us on this amazing new tour!
Peace-
Andy Funk
Monsters Dance Conventions

SPRING 2009 TOUR DATES

SANTA CLARA
January 10th
Hyatt Regency
Santa Clara, CA

BALTIMORE
January 24th
Hyatt Regency
Baltimore, MD

CHICAGO
May 2nd
Crowne Plaza O'Hare
Rosemont, IL

REGISTER ONLINE AT MONSTERS OF HIPHOP WEBSITE
STARTING FRIDAY OCT 24th at 8AM


This message was sent by: Monsters of Hip Hop, PO BOX 47425, Baltimore, MD 21244-7425


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 Post subject: NorthWest Dance Syndrome Call for Artists!!
PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2008 12:45 pm 
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Call for Artists!!
Choreographers, dance companies, performance art installations, musicians, film or cross disciplinary Artists!!

NorthWest Dance Syndrome (NWDS) is looking for performance projects to present as part of Junknation, an evening of work bringing together local artists to address issues of overconsumption, waste and reusability. NWDS is looking for several performers/groups to present work that focuses on various aspects of junk culture. Dancers, filmmakers, installation projects, musicians, and cross disciplinary artists are welcome to apply! Junknation will be held at Broadway Performance Hall on April 25th and 26th 2009.

Application must be postmarked by JANUARY 5TH, 2009!

Applicants will be notified by JANUARY 20TH, 2009.

Send application to:
Junknation Application
NorthWest Dance Syndrome
Attn: Maya Soto
15805 27th Ave NE
Shoreline, WA 98155



Participants must be available for the following dates:

Artist Meeting: Saturday February 7th, 3pm
Project Showings: Sunday March 22nd, 11-3pm
Tech./Lighting Rehearsal: Thursday April 23rd
Dress Rehearsal/Run through: Friday April 24th
Performances: Saturday April 25th
Sunday April 26th







Questions? Contact: Maya Soto 360-566-3945
nwdancesyndrome@yahoo.com www.nwdancesyndrome.com
Junknation Application 2009


1. Artist Name/Group Name:______________________________________________


Main Contact:_________________________________________________________


Address:_____________________________________________________________


Phone number:__________________________Email:________________________


Website:_____________________________________________________________


2. Attach resume or Artist Bio


3. Work Sample (DVD, VHS, CD, JPEG PHOTOS)

Please send a sample of your proposed project or of your most recent work.
Include the following information:

Date:
Title:
Venue:
Collaborators/Performers:
Music, costumes, set etc:


4. List the technical requirements for your project (props, set, lights, sound, video projection etc.) Keep in mind, this is a festival setting. Complicated light design or set changes may not be possible.








Continued…
5. Project Description. Please include # of performers, length of piece, genre, and detailed clear description. Help us envision your project!


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 Post subject: 2009 SACE Dance and Drama days @ Adelaide Festival Centre
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For immediate release - Wednesday 4 February 2009



Adelaide Festival Centre's centrED program in association with the

SACE Board of South Australia presents

2009 SACE Dance and Drama days





<mailto:sophie.gardner@adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au>

Over 800 South Australian Year 12 Dance and Drama students and their teachers will
participate in the annual SACE Dance and Drama Days, held at the Festival Theatre on
16 and 17 February.



Both days are presented by the Adelaide Festival Centre's Education Program, centrED
(Department Of Education and Children's Services) in collaboration with the SACE
Board of South Australia (formerly the Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South
Australia).



SACE Dance Day (16 Feb) has been presented every year since 1991. Students will hear
presentations from some of South Australia's best dance teachers and performers, and
participate in a number of workshops including Contemporary and Jazz Techniques,
Capoeira, Acrobatics, Partnering Skills and Fitness for the Dancer.



SACE Drama Day (17 Feb) was introduced in 2005 and gives an opportunity for students
to discover both the creative and practical aspects of Drama as a subject. It will
feature a wonderful showcase of the best 2007 student works for individual study
presentations and a group production excerpt from "Accidental Death of an Anarchist"
by students from Glenunga International High School.



Robyn Goldsworthy, Adelaide Festival Centre Education Officer said that it was
important for students to study creative subjects such as Dance and Drama as well as
other subjects traditionally considered more "academic".



"Regardless of whether they want to pursue a career in these areas, studying the
Arts equips students with knowledge and social and personal skills that enable
learning throughout life. The subjects of Drama and Drama Studies provide
opportunities to think creatively and flexibly, generate ideas, work as part of a
team and solve problems from different perspectives." Ms. Goldsworthy said.



SACE Dance and Drama Days are just two of the many events supported by centrED
throughout the year, with upcoming events in 2009 including an after-show Q&A
session with New York dance company Complexions Contemporary Ballet on 11 March; and
a special schools-only performance of ex-Adelaide choreographer Tanja Liedtke's
final work, construct, on 24 July.



centrED also provides a unique year long professional learning package for teachers,
featuring four works from the Adelaide Festival Centre's 2009 program and
opportunities to liaise with members of the creative teams in after show forums.
There is a total of 10 hours of professional development and learning outcomes, with
Certificates of Participation for all teachers involved.



Teachers interested in attending SACE Dance and/or Drama Days or in receiving
further information on any of centrED's programs are welcome to contact Robyn
Goldsworthy on (08) 8216 8861 or
<mailto:robyn.goldsworthy@adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au>
robyn.goldsworthy@adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au.



Media contact:

Sophie Gardner - Publicity Coordinator (08) 8216 8540 or 0431 210 131

<mailto:sophie.gardner@adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au>
sophie.gardner@adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au


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 Post subject: European Youth Dance Project Video auditioning
PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:37 pm 
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European Youth Dance Project
Video auditioning for the Spring and Fall Season 2009
Semiprofessional Contracts

hgld.gifLes Ballets Persans arranged two auditions in January 2009 in Stockholm and
London for engagement of professional and semiprofessional dancers within the
European Youth Dance Project (EYDP) 2009. Due to the many enquires and growing
interest for this project, the company has created some new semiprofessional
contracts. Dancers from all countries are welcome to apply for available contracts
by submitting video/DVD, their CV, portrait and full-length photos.

Online registration required via www.eydp.net

The 4th season of the EYDP is offering a complete new program in collaboration with
Vortice Dance Company including performance production, a varied repertory work,
technical enhancement with focus on contemporary and classical training, master
classes, cultural activities and more.

Company members as semiprofessional dancers are considered as full company members
participating in company productions and performances. The new training program of
the company has been designed to improve these young dancers’ technical and
performing skills. Semiprofessional dancers participate in the EYDP on their own
expense. The company offers them a package including accommodation, local
transportation, cultural activities, master classes, etc. Engagement in the EYDP as
semiprofessional dancer and taking part in the training and the technical
enhancement program is free of charge.

The New Program
For its 4th season, the <http://www.artira.com/balletspersans/eng/eydp.htm>
European Youth Dance Project is presenting a revised program including:

* Contemporary or classical daily classes with a strong pedagogical focus
* Repertory work, in both classical and contemporary styles
* Performance in Stockholm and eventually a tour
* Master classes
* Visiting museums in Stockholm such as Dance Museum
* Seminar on arts, culture, integration and peace
* Picnics, sightseeing and other out of studio activities every other week
* Award for the best effort as EYDP member

All dancers will receive a certification for their participation in the EYDP and a
recommendation letter.

The new dance productions created for EYDP will include both neo-classical and
contemporary choreographies. All rehearsals will take place in the studios of the
Swedish National Organization of Riksteatern which is also the home of the
internationally renowned Cullberg Ballet. EYDP’s spring and fall seasons will have a
duration of approximately three months each:

* Spring Season 2009 (starting March 23rd – ending June 27th)
* Fall Season 2009 (starting September 28th – ending December 18th)

EYDP is supported by Swedish cultural organizations and international foundations.
The City of Solna has been the main sponsor of the project since it was established
in 2007.

Requirements and registration
Male and female dancers between the age of 18 and 26 being trained in classical and
contemporary techniques are required to have a completed dance education. There are
no restrictions for dancers from outside the European Union to apply for the
contracts.

Semiprofessional dancers are welcome to apply for a contract by submitting their
video/DVD, their CV, portrait and full-length photos. Before sending the above
documents, online registration is required via www.eydp.net.

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Enquiries
Les Ballets Persans, Box 3243, 10364 Stockholm, Sweden.
Tel & Fax: +46 (8) 4402440, info@balletspersans.org.

Additional information
For additional information, go to www.balletspersans.org
If you wish not to receive any more emails from Les Ballets Persans, please email
your request to info@balletspersans.org.

© 2009 Les Ballets Persans


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