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Exploring choreographic knowledge in networked environments

an online lab led by Marlon Barrios Solano (HZT-Berlin researcher associate and and .TV  creator) and Rachel Boggia (Bates College, USA)

This online collaborative lab is offered as a pilot to students from all HZT-Berlin-| UDK programs and is also open  to worldwide remote participants free of cost.


meta-academy@HZT-Berlin-Bates is an online lab investigating the potential affordances and impact of networked environments  (from internet to mobile devices) for collaborative creation, performance and knowledge production about contemporary choreographic practices.

The lab will offer online video presentations and encounters, discussion forums, online individual and collaborative projects and a final project exhibition. The participants will explore and play with online choreographic knowledge resources and cutting edge digital internet technologies to register, aggregate, map and visualize the knowledge articulated on their own or others creative/artistic practice and research.


The students will collaborate on the design and creation of a meta-resource  on choreographic  knowledge and may also apply the tools and resources in their own creative process and/or research.

All the content, tools and activities will be served online and will include video sharing platforms, network visualization and mobile augmented reality.

This online collaborative lab is offered as a pilot to students from all HZT-Berlin-| UDK programs and is also open  to worldwide remote participants free of cost.


The students need to dedicate at least 8 self paced hours a week engaging with the materials and  activities. Participants needs to have access to broadband internet connection.  Smart mobile devices are desirable yet not required.

This course will be realized twice:

September 1st  to  12th 2015
March 29th to April 9th 2016

Registration is open!! 

Inquiries email to or



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Job Announcement: Assistant Professor of Dance
Bowdoin College
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2015

The Department of Theater and Dance is currently accepting applications for a tenure-track position in Dance to begin July 2016. Possible areas of interest include screendance and dance performance intersections with dance and technology. Great opportunity to work with generous, collaborative colleagues and smart students in a supportive and dynamic artistic and academic environment. Details posted here.

A highly selective liberal arts college on the Maine coast with a diverse student body made up of 29% students of color, 3% International students and approximately 15% first generation college students, Bowdoin College is committed to equality and diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage inquiries from candidates who will enrich and contribute to the cultural, socio-economic, and ethnic diversity of our college. Bowdoin College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, religion, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, veteran status, national origin, or disability status in employment, or in our education programs. For further information about the college and the department, see our website at

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Live and create this Autumn in the beautiful Lake Studios Berlin.


dance-tech artist in residency in Berlin offers to international interdisciplinary movement and media artists the possibility to live and make art in a peaceful artist run working, living and performance space in Berlin, Germany.

The artists will enjoy the Lake Studios Berlin, a unique living and creative working space with fast connection into the exciting creative center of Berlin and with the advantage of the quiet beauty of Müggelsee lake and a forest at only 5 minute walk for in depth concentration on research and creative process. The resident artist will enjoy a private room or apartment and access to a dance space with sprung wooden floors. Lake Studios Berlin is primarily a working space for 6 diverse movement artists with the need to go deeper into their work and practice. It is an experience of collaborative living and creation, and the resident will have the opportunity of artistic exchange as well as access to inside information about the dance scene in Berlin.

This is a self generated residency and it is is conceived as an independent collaboration between dance-tech and Lake Studios Berlin as a way to facilitate alternative and affordable spaces for independent artists and creative researchers.

The applicants must be a member The selected artists will pay his/her transportation expenses and will pay 580/660 Euros (depending on the type of accomodation) per month to cover costs.


Residency includes:

The resident artist will have access to 100 hours of studio space per month, divided between the large and small Studios.

The residency includes 2 hours of remote online coaching with Marlon Barrios Solano.

Possibility to teach classes, workshops and / or organize a performance or work-in-progress showing at the end of the residency period.

The artists will be featured and should blog about their process on for the months of the residency.

The artist also may decide to use dance-tech.tvLIVE video channels to share the process of exchange with the community.

An extra person may be accomodated for additional fee of 140 Euros)

NOTE: There is one large projector, an electric keyboard, a sound recorder, a mixer, as well as sound equipment available in both studios. Further equipment is not provided.

Please write to if you are interested or would like more information.



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Screening: September 10-13, 2015 at DOCK 11, Berlin
Extended Deadline: July 15, 2015

Applications for POOL 15 under

POOL is a festival for dance film and dance animation film 
and offers space for the mutual exchange of experiences, development, training, and production prospects. 
Every year POOL presents a selection of fascinating dance film productions from all over the world, 
which makes the event a meeting place for creative people involved in the fields of dance, film, fashion and advertisement.


All dancers, choreographers, film makers and artists are invited to apply with dance short films and dance animations. 

Films should not be longer than 30 minutes and also not only a documentation of a dance piece.
The budget of the films or the background of its creators are less important for us.

Applications can be submitted online.

- Preview link for the jury (can be insert into the
online application form)

Only if your film is chosen for the programme:

- Filled and signed online application form as scan to

- 3 digital film stills, minimum 300 dpi

- Optional: biography, video testimonies and useful information

The POOL 15 jury will create a film programme from all submissions and select the winner films, the PEARLS 15.
PEARLS are the equal winners of POOL – INTERNATIONALES TanzFilmFestival BERLIN.

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