- 22 Oct. '15
For dance artists: residency applications 2016The Mediterranean Dance Center is inviting dance artists with fresh ideas for new projects to apply for a residential stay in Mediterranean Dance Center San Vincenti situated in the heart of Istria region of Croatia.Offer
If you are an artist (or a group of artists) working within the field(s) of contemporary dance, physical theatre, performance art and other cross-over artistic genres connected to dance and you dream about creating a new piece, let us know about it, apply. If you need the time to explore, be inspired by the nature and the tranquility of San Vincenti, a small Istrian renaissance city of just 180 inhabitants, we want to hear about it, contact us.
Interested? What MDC can offer:
In 2016, from late April to the end of October, we are planning artistic residencies in San Vincenti. Duration of a single residential stay is normally 8-14 days. If you require a longer stay, this must be elucidated in the application. During a residency you will have access to a dance studio 24/7. The studio measures 9 x 20 meters. There is a wooden floor (with the possibility of using black or white dance floor), working lights, a wardrobe, a sanitary facility, a kitchenette). If offered a residency, MPC covers accomodation and food costs during the stay.
If offered a residency, this is what MDC expects:
Travel expenses must be covered by the artist/group.
We ask all artists in residence to make an open presentation for the audience at the end of their stay. Other propositions like round tables or workshops during the stay in MPC are also very welcome.
Deadline for applications
For a residency in 2016, the deadline is November 28th, 2015.
How to apply
Here you can download the application form. Please fill in the data and send it by November 28th to email@example.com.
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