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Are you a choreographer based in Europe?


Aerowaves is a hub for dance discovery in Europe. Each year the Aerowaves network selects 20 of the most promising emerging choreographers, promotes their work, and creates performance opportunities with Aerowaves' Partners.

Apply to Aerowaves and get a chance to have your work programmed by the partners of the network, whether or not you are selected as Aerowaves artists. Around 100 performance opportunities are guaranteed by the partners and supported by Aerowaves each year.

Applications are now open and will close at midnight on 12 September 2017.

Should you be selected as one of the Aerowaves Twenty, your work will be promoted by Aerowaves via its website for one year by an artist profile, with images, video and calendar all in one place.

You may be selected to perform your work at our Spring Forward Festival. We guarantee to programme at least 15 of the current Aerowaves Twenty artists in the festival each year.

For more details and to apply click here

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Springback Academy is on the look out for budding dance writers to form the class of 2017!  This will be the fourth year that the Academy will be bringing a group of aspiring writers to Aarhus, Denmark for Spring Forward Festival, where they will watch and review selected performances, participate in lively dance debates and receive mentorship from some of the best professional dance writers in the business.  For full information on Springback Academy and how to apply, please click here

Deadline 27th February 2017

Springback Info and Requirements

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A worldwide call for projects made via Ars Electronica’s online submission tool will be open from mid of December till 9th of February, 2015. The submitting artists have the chance to win a residency at the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in Chile. There is free access to the application process by all interested artists.

Interdisciplinarity, digital creativity and intercultural exchange are the three key criteria for artists submitting to the open call.

We are looking for digital artists who will be truly inspired by ESO, showing their wish to engage with the ideas and with ESO as places of scientific collaboration, using them as springboards of the imagination which dare to go beyond the paradigm.


You might be a choreographer, performer, visual artist, film maker or a composer – what you all have in common is that you use the digital as the means of making your work and/or the way of presenting it.

Deadline: 9th February, 2015

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Scholarships for professional Actors, Dancers, Directors, Choreographers

IUGTE and ArtUniverse have announced five scholarships
The scholarship amount is 300 EUR and covers part of the participation fee

International Performing Arts Lab - Italy

December 2 - 4, 2011
Organized by IUGTE & ArtUniverse with the support of 
A.B.I.T. Academy Armata Brancaleone - International Theatre Academy - Italia


The program is designed for experienced actors, dancers, actors of physical theatre, circus performers, choreographers and directors - performing arts practitioners with professional stage experience working in various genres, techniques and styles - interested to find new international network opportunities and collaborators.

To apply for the scholarship, candidates should send CV/resume with photo and a cover letter to physiktheater@gmail.com 

The programme includes intensive practical training with the Russian theatre director and teacher Sergei Ostrenko. The Lab is a great opportunity to approach a unique methodological and practical material that will enrich your professional skills and will offer you the possibility to share an intense creative experience at a global level. Moreover, the Lab represents a wonderful chance to start new collaboration projects in Russian repertory theatres
Participants can receive the Certificate of Participation.

The working language is English.

Past eventshttp://picasaweb.google.com/globtheatre

Lab programmehttp://www.iugte.com/projects/lab

Best regards,

Alex Weller
Project Coordinator



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YOUNG CHOREOGRAPHERS INITIATIVECompetition for The 2008 Susan Braun AwardDFA is offering an opportunity for a choreographer between the age of 16-25 living in New York City to create a short dance film and/or adapt a stage choreography for the camera with a young filmmaker with grant from DFA. Named after DFA's founder, the late Susan Braun, the award is cash and guidance from mentors who are dance and film professionals.1st prize: Susan Braun Award Winner* Cash prize to be used towards the production* Opportunity to advance your cinematic ideas with team of mentors* Screening of recent Dance on Camera Festival winning shorts2nd prize: Honorable Mention* Opportunity to advance your cinematic ideas with team of mentors* Screening of recent Dance on Camera Festival winning shorts3rd prize: Special High School Student Prize* Workshop in shooting dance for the camera* Opportunity to shadow a mentorAll applicants will be invited to a special Dance Film Lab to learn more about adapting choreography and the process of making dance films.Application on-linehttp://dancefilms.org/AboutBraunentryform.htmlDeadline to enter: May 9, 2008Our purpose: To encourage a new generation of dance filmmakers.
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