Choreographers, dance companies and independent or emergent dance troupes are invited to participate in the open call for the International Contemporary Dance Festival of Mexico City. The Festival will be held from August the 3rd to August the 13th, 2017 at “Teatro de la Ciudad Esperanza Iris”, one of the most important venues for performing arts in the city and other public and alternative venues
The theme for the 2017 Final is : “The art of Sonata”
(« Sonate, que me veux-tu ? » – B. Le Bouyer de Fontenelle, 1657-1757)
Co-organized by Stradivaria- Ensemble Baroque de Nantes and Anacréon, the aim of this competition is to promote ensembles of young musicians who specialize in this repertoire.
Frame + Form | Screen Dance Festival is presented by The Media Arts Project in collaboration with Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center. This two-day festival features dance created specifically for film and video. An inherently interdisciplinary genre, screen dance combines the disciplines of dance, performance, visual art, cinema and media arts. The festival raises artistic awareness of this genre by presenting experimental contemporary dance films from nationally and internationally recognized choreographers and filmmakers. The first of its kind in Asheville, this festival also includes a hands-on video/movement workshop, panel discussion, and screening of historical films including the work by Black Mountain College teacher Merce Cunningham.
The XIV edition of ACT International Short Pieces Festival is now open for submissions until the 23rd of December.
ACT is a call for emerging artists from the contemporary Performing arts scene. It is not just a Festival but also a Performing Arts Fair since 2011 attended by programmers from all Europe.
The festival will take place in Bilbao and Barakaldo (Spain) from 7th June to 10th of June 2017.
Dancing on the Edge stimulates artistic exchange between The Netherlands/Europe and the Middle East and North Africa. Every two years, since 2007, Dancing on the Edge has presented a multidisciplinary festival in a number of Dutch cities. The festival is a platform for artists from/related to the Middle Eastern region to show what moves them. Dancing on the Edge also fosters collaboration projects and organizes rich context and other programs. Dancing on the Edge is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Northern School of Contemporary Dance is seeking applications for Northern Connections, an artist development and performance opportunity for emerging artists based in the North of England.
If selected, you and your dancers/collaborators will receive funding to undertake a 3 week creative/rehearsal studio residency at NSCD and Yorkshire Dance in Leeds, with bespoke business advice and mentoring from Spin Arts.