Opportunity: Alphabet et Ultra
Where: Artificerie Almagià, Ravenna, Italy
When: July 17 to July 30 2023
Deadline: May 8, 2023
Online Application: https://www.grupponanou.it/alphabet-et-ultra-public-call/?lang=en
Fee to Participate or Apply: free
Description Of Opportunity:
Alphabet et Ultra is a training course and choreutic study for dancers and performers with recent diplomas or with a proven professional background, conceived and conducted by gruppo nanou, shared with choreographers who have crossed and continue to cross the language of the company.
From 17 to 30 July 2023, in Ravenna, in the spaces of the Artificerie Almagià, two weeks to explore techniques, languages and visions in the field of contemporary and research dance with the choreographers Marco Valerio Amico, Daniele Albanese, Rhuena Bracci, Monica Francia, Francesca Proia and Stefania Tansini.
Participation is by selection.
The course is intensive, for 8 hours a day.
Alphabet et Ultra is free.
There are also up to a maximum of 10 fellowships for non-residents in Ravenna and neighboring areas.
The fellowship includes:
accommodation in a shared apartment with use of the kitchen from 17 to 30 July inclusive; a return trip reimbursement up to a maximum of €200.00 per person. The food is paid by the participants.
All participants are insured by Nanou Cultural Association.
At the end of the path, a public opening is planned to share the work done, in dialogue with the city.
How To Apply:
The form at the page of www.grupponanou.it must be completed by and no later than May 8, 2023.
Availability is required throughout the course. Applications with partial availability will not be considered.
The selections are at the sole discretion of Nanou Cultural Association.
The selections will be communicated by 11 May 2023.
Contact Email:[email protected]
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