Both WDA members and non-members are invited to submit proposals for presenting dance works in performance, presenting scholarly research, holding a panel discussion, conducting a class, or leading choreographic labs.
With Evolve + Involve: Dance as a Moving Question… as the focal point of the event, WDA-A encourages broad investigations into the following questions: How is dance evolving in the 21st century? How are we as artists, educators, and researchers engaged with these…
RESIDENCY PROGRAM 2012/2013 at K3 – Zentrum für Choreographie | Tanzplan Hamburg
Deadline: September 15, 2011
For the sixth time K3 – Zentrum für Choreographie | Tanzplan Hamburg is offering an eight-month residency to three emerging choreographers. The applicants should have already created their own artistic works. Duration of the residency is August 2012 to April 2013. The residency includes amongst others, a monthly… Continue
DANCE DESIGNER is a powerful new software program for Choreographers. The intent was to create software that would save choreographers time and help with all steps of the creative process, including supporting choreographers in documenting their
Intellectual Property. This new technology offers a complete
choreography package that assists with the creation, pre-visualization,
documentation, communication and rehearsal…
Raimund Hoghe is certainly one of the most intriguing dancer and choreographer in contemporary dance these days. I had an opportunity to interview him in May, during Queer Zagreb Festival, where his company performed ‘Boléro Variations’.
Raimund Hoghe always pushes the boundaries of dance perception through profound and minimalist way of analyzing thingz. The… Continue
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In the history of dance only few dancers and choreographers were considered as sort of tech related investigators…
With the expansion of new media art, the wider use of Internet, user friendly applications, multi-functionality of modern age, and the whole DIY scene that has grown up so fast; dancers and choreographers realized that technology could be a new challenging platform for them.