Grand Canyon National Park: Guidelines and applications now available for the North and South Rim artist-in-residence programs. Go here for more information. Questions, contact Rene Westbrook at 928-638-6483 or Rene_Westbrook@nps.gov.
Deadline: Applications for either program, postdated between February 1 and April 1, 2010
The Dance Residency at the Boston Center for the Arts provides choreographers an opportunity to create dance without the financial constraints of rehearsal studio or theater rental. The BCA will serve as the host for the selected company and develop the audience for residency events. Contact Andrea Blesso Albuquerque, Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont Street, Boston MA 02116 or email@example.com
Deadline: Monday, February 8, 2010 by 5 pm.
Call to artists for juried show Wide Open
Jurors include Anne Strauss, Associate Curator, Metropolitan Museum of Art; Nicholas Baume, Mark Hughes, Bill Murphy. For more information, contact Jane Gutterman at 718-596-2506 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: Monday, January 25, 2010
Every summer in the land of Alcott, Emerson, and Thoreau lives a great opportunity for emerging choreographers. Summer Stages Dance at Concord Academy’s Choreographers’ Project Fellowship provides the opportunity to develop new work in a supportive environment. Fellows select a cast of dancers from the Workshop and have access to rehearsal space in the evenings and on weekends. Fellowship awards include: mentorship by workshop faculty and resident artists; access to all Summer Stages Dance classes and select performances; studio space and rehearsal time with dancers drawn from the Workshop; weekly seminar classes that include informal showings of the new work and culminate in a dialogue about the developing work with faculty and guest artists; open rehearsal and a fully produced public performance of work created during the residency; and subsidy for housing and meals. That’s a whole lotta good stuff. For more information, call 978-402-2339.
Image credit: Photograph of Grand Canyon National Park by Michael Quinn, National Park Service
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