• 26 Jun. '19

    Open call K3 residency programme 2020/2021

    Deter/Müller/Martini | In the forest there is. Photo: Thies Rätzke
    K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg invites choreographers to apply for their residency programme. The programme provides three eight-month residencies to choreographers who are currently at the beginning of their career and have produced some choreographic work of their own.
    The residency starts in August 2020 and runs until April 2021. The goal is to develop and strengthen the connections between choreographic practice, research, artistic production, and qualification. The programme includes mentoring and dramaturgical, technical, and production related support. Over the course of the residency the three choreographers will each develop a full-length piece that is presented at the end of the residency on three evenings.

    Applications
    Deadline for applications is 12 August 2019.
    Applicants can send in their application through the online application form.

    Application requirements:

    The applicant must be at the beginning of his/her career and should have already implemented some projects of his/her own.
    The applicant is available for the entire duration of the residency from August 2019 until April 2020 to stay in Hamburg.
    The applicant is willing to participate in K3’s outreach programme and other events at K3.
    The applicant is interested both in engaging in exchange with other artists, as well as with an interested audience.
    The applicant already has some experience in / is interested in dealing with choreography on a discursive level, reflecting on her/his own work, as well as working in a self-organised manner.
    Only applications by individuals can be accepted. Applications by teams or ensembles cannot be taken into consideration.
    K3 accepts applications in all choreographic fields (also dance for young audience for example) and from all nationalities.

    What does the programme cover?
    The residency programme covers:

    a monthly scholarship (for living expenses, accommodation, etc.);
    a production budget for the performances at the end of the residency;
    use of the K3 studios;
    an accompanying support from the K3 team in the fields of dramaturgy, organisation, technical assistance, and public relations;
    active participation in the K3 outreach programme;
    optional: participation in regular professional training and other workshops offered at K3;
    optional: participation in the MA-Performance Studies programme at the University of Hamburg.

    More information
    Visit the website of K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg for more information.
  • 5 Nov. '19

    Recap: Dutch delegation at ChinaSPAF 2019

    Last month Dutch Performing Arts organised a Dutch focus programme at performing arts fair ChinaSPAF. To pitch their work to an international audience of arts professionals, we were joined by representatives of Club Guy and Roni, ICK, Jakop Ahlbom, Cie Petit, The Ruggeds, and Ann van den Broek - WArd/WaRD.
  • 24 Oct. '19

    Open call: IUGTE conference 2019

    IUGTE invites performing artists, academics and educators to attend the annual IUGTE conference. This year marks the international conference's 19th edition, held from 16-20 December 2019 in Steiermark, Austria.
  • 14 Oct. '19

    Recap: Dutch TYA at Gavroche in Moscow

    Twelve Dutch theatre companies for young audiences presented their work at international festival Gavroche last month. With the support of Dutch Performing Arts the festival programmed an unprecendented number of Dutch productions for ages 2 and up.
  • 10 Oct. '19

    Open call for Theatertreffen Stückemarkt 2020

    Stückemarkt is looking for new forms of authorship and innovative theatre languages. Both authors and theatre collectives can apply in this international competition. Theatertreffen will take place from 1-17 May 2020 in Berlin, Germany.
  • 3 Oct. '19

    Tickets now available: Kids Culture Conference 2019

    Dutch youth culture is internationally renowned and Dutch artists are popular with young audiences worldwide. The strategies they employ may vary depending on the artist and discipline.
  • 24 Sep. '19

    For Dutch & UK playwrights: call for applications

    International network for playwrights: The Fence, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the United Kingdom, and Dutch Performing Arts are together collaborating on Boom!, a new project that explores the shared heritage of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, while looking to the future.
  • 16 Sep. '19

    Call for submissions CINARS Biennale 2020

    CINARS Biennale welcomes submissions for its official programme. The showcase and networking event's 19th edition takes place from 9-14 November 2020 in Montreal, Canada.
  • 13 Sep. '19

    Open calls for theatre festivals in Iran

    The Dramatic Arts Center of Iran (DAC) organises two international theatre festivals in different genres over the period of 2019-2020. Theatre managers and representatives are invited to submit performances.
  • 5 Sep. '19

    Open call: Dutch-French & French-Dutch translation workshop

    In a joint effort to promote Dutch-language theatre texts in French-speaking regions, Dutch Performing Arts and Flanders Literature organise a translation workshop for contemporary theatre texts, in collaboration with Maison Antoine Vitez (Centre international de la traduction théâtrale) and La Chartreuse (Centre national des écritures du spectacle).
  • 2 Sep. '19

    Sign up now for the IETM Rijeka Plenary Meeting 2019

    Want to participate in the IETM Rijeka Plenary Meeting 2019? Performing arts professionals who register before the early-bird deadline get a reduced participation fee. The Plenary Meeting takes place from 24-27 October 2019 in Rijeka, Croatia.
  • 9 Aug. '19

    Open call for TPAM Fringe 2020

    TPAM (Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama) invites performing artists to submit their performance or project for TPAM Fringe in Tokyo or Yokohama, Japan.
  • 26 Jul. '19

    For artists: Apply now for Off-IPAY 2020

    Submissions are now open for Off-IPAY Showcase 2020. IPAY Showcase 2020 takes place from 21-25 January 2020 in Philadelphia, the United States.
  • 23 Jul. '19

    Want to join the Dutch delegation going to ChinaSPAF? Send us your proposal

    Dutch Performing Arts organises a Dutch focus programme at performing arts fair ChinaSPAF in Shanghai. We're now accepting proposals from Netherlands-based artists who want to pitch their work to an international audience of arts professionals.
  • 19 Jul. '19

    Call for proposals: Platforms for cultural content innovation

    The European Commission launches a pilot project to boost Europe's content industries through innovation, collaboration and new digital technologies. Professionals in the content industry are invited to submit their proposals.
  • 4 Jul. '19

    Open call for PAMS Pitching

    The Performing Arts Market in Seoul (PAMS) invites performing arts professionals to send in their new project for PAMS Pitching. Selected projects will be presented on 8-10 October 2019 in Seoul, South Korea during PAMS 2019.
  • 20 Jun. '19

    Visitors' programmes in August and September 2019

    Just because summer is just around the corner, doesn't mean we're resting on our laurels. Another interesting selection of international visitors' programmes is coming up, hosted in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts.
  • 17 Jun. '19

    Dutch Performing Arts' programme director retires

    Pieter Zeeman is to retire from his position as Dutch Performing Arts' programme director at the end of July.
  • 6 Jun. '19

    For choreographers: Apply now for Aerowaves Twenty20

    Dance network Aerowaves invites talented emerging choreographers based in Europe to apply for the Aerowaves Twenty20.
  • 30 May. '19

    Save the date: open call CINARS Biennale

    The official programme’s call for submissions will open earlier than usual. CINARS Biennale will welcome submissions from September to the end of October 2019.
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