Open Call for Transnational Research Residencies Within The Field of Choreography


RESA (Residency for Exchange and Sustainability in the Arts) offers support to artists conducting research aiming at deepening insights, knowledge and collegial exchange in the field of choreography.

Dansehallerne has invited a network of European arts organisations, academic research platforms and artist-driven venues active in the field of choreography, to design a pilot programme dedicated to experienced, mid-career choreographers in order to support the transnational research trajectories of artists.

According to the needs discussed by the artists and the network, the transnational residency may include access to housing, offices, studios, universities or resource centres, venues, seminars for professionals or industry events, documentation and publications.

The network is committed to facilitate access to key local curators, artists and experts in various fields, all reflecting the diversity of Dansehallerne’s partners.

No tangible outputs are expected (e.g. production of performances) but selected artists are expected to regularly share their processes and progresses with the arts and academic communities, for example by participating in open conversations, seminars or conferences.

Transnational residencies for 2 to 12 months starting in October 2018

Deadline for application is June 8, 2018

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