Mestrado no Centro Coreográfico Nacional de Montpellier – França

O Centro Coreográfico Nacional de Montpellier Languedoc-Roussillon – CCNMLR, na França, está com inscrições abertas para o mestrado exerce de estudos coreográficos – pesquisa e performance. O programa, que vai de outubro de 2015 a junho de 2017, é aberto a estudantes de dança maiores de 22 anos de todas as nacionalidades, formando uma turma de 13 a 16 participantes. Os interessados devem ser comprometidos com alguma carreira coreográfica ou oriundos de outros campos artísticos como artes plásticas, teatro, música, cinema e tecnologia digital, além de preocupados com questões envolvendo o corpo e movimento. É necessário ter ensino superior em arte completo (bacharelado ou equivalente) ou experiência profissional que possibilite reconhecimento da prática adquirida. Os participantes devem ter disponibilidade para cursar os dois anos do mestrado e domínio de francês e inglês. Com audições a partir do dia 25 de fevereiro, o prazo para envio de propostas vai até 22 de janeiro. Para mais informações sobre o programa, requisitos e acessar o formulário de inscrição, clique aqui (site em inglês).

Arquitetura voltada para a criação

Situado no centro histórico de Montpellier, o Centro Coreográfico Nacional tem direção artística do coreógrafo Christian Rizzo e desde 2011 oferece o mestrado dirigido exerce. Seu objetivo é oferecer uma formação de troca dentro de um espaço pensado para facilitar criações, pesquisas, ensaios e apresentações em dança contemporânea, além de contar com a constante presença de artistas internacionais.

From idanca.net

British Council Scotland Scholarships

British Council Scotland Scholarships are intended to support gifted drama students from Argentina, Brazil, India and Pakistan who would otherwise be unable to attend the summer school. Four Scholarships for the 2-week Theatre and Performance course will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

Each scholarship will cover the summer school’s course and accommodation fees, which includes the cost of all tuition, accommodation, most meals, a social and cultural programme and full use of the University of Edinburgh library. Please note the scholarship does not cover travel expenses or spending money.

Applications for this scholarship are now invited from undergraduate or postgraduate students in Theatre and Performance.

Applications must be received no later than Friday, 20th March 2015.

More information can be found here: http://www.suiss.ed.ac.uk/application/scholarship/.

Claudio Anjos | Director Education and Society

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STROBE Network at Flux Factory

STROBE Network is a temporary channel set to broadcast in June 2015 via live internet stream as part of Flux Factory’s 2015 programming. STROBE Network is a platform for artists to envision what they want out of mass communication that conventional programming denies. In addition to internet streaming STROBE Network will welcome a studio audience for live tapings at the sound stage in the Flux Factory gallery in Queens, NY and offer kiosks and viewing parties at a variety of off-site host spaces.
We welcome submissions for live and pre-recorded works that make use of broadcasting as a means of presenting artworks. We are interested in performance, sound, new media, objects, and video art. All media and concepts are encouraged to apply. There are three ways to get involved with STROBE Network:
Submitting works for broadcasting
Suggestions: Episodic works, fine art, entertainment, pirated materials, humor, mind expansion, electric boogaloo, art objects, movement, and noise
Proposing a position at the network
Suggestions: Abstract interpretations of major network roles, executive, weatherman, vj, daytime host, late night band, food stylists, experimental marketers, coders, animators, gif artists, sound designers, web technicians
Joining the project as a host space
Suggestions: Art Spaces, web publications, and venues that want to host viewing events or programming, spaces in the NYC area interested in hosting a kiosk.

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION
You may apply as an individual or a group
No length requirements—your proposed project can be anywhere from a few seconds to several hours
Please email your submissions in .pdf format to strobe@fluxfactory.org and include:
A description of your proposed project or position for STROBE Network, no more than 500 words
CV
Optional artist statement or bio no more than 200 words
What reality show, existing or fabricated are you most likely to be featured on?
Up to 10 examples of your work, images submitted as a single pdf or videos submitted as links