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This upcoming 2016/17 season, K3 – Centre for Choreography | Tanzplan Hamburg celebrates its 10th anniversary under the umbrella theme of Dancing Together – Working Together. In honour of this occasion, this season’s residency programme will also have a specific motto and a special format.
For the 2016/17 season, K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg will award a five-month residency to an artistic team/collective for the development of a group piece, closely linking choreographic practice, research and artistic production. This residency format is directed at “post-emerging” choreographers (artistic teams/collectives in the field of choreography), who have already implemented several productions. The residency is expected to begin in August 2016 and will run until January 2017.
With this once-only call for proposals to commemorate the K3 anniversary, K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg seeks to contribute to the development of new formats and give space for group works featuring more than three collaborators – a production format that is, mainly for financial reasons, rare in the independent performing arts scene.
The 2016/17 residency is closely linked to the other courses and professional training programs offered by K3. The residency includes accompaniment for a professional mentor as well as dramaturgical, technical and production-related support. It moreover connects the proposed project closely to the K3’s other on-going programmes.
Over the course of the residency, the artistic team/collective will develop a full-length piece that is presented at the end of the residency period on at least three separate evenings. The residency’s length of five months allows time for the development of a specific methodology of working as a team or collective, as well as enables exchange with other artists and interested parties in order to receive new impulses and contacts. Every member of the selected team/collective will receive a monthly stipend. In addition, the team/collective will be given a budget for the actual production phase at the end of the residency.
The residency programme covers:
Required Application Documents:
The application can only be made in English!
THE CALL IS OPEN FROM JULY 1ST UNTIL AUGUST 13TH 2015.