Participation in ex.e.r.ce master program | Julia Danzinger

Participation in ex.e.r.ce master program | Julia Danzinger

The Life Long Burning WILD CARDS aim at fostering the transnational circulation of artistic development and the further education in the field of contemporary dance and choreographic research. It consists of residencies, choreographic researches with established companies as well as scholarships for further education for emerging choreographers and professional dancers. 

In the frame of the Life Long Burning Wild Cards, ICI - CCN Montpellier (France) is offering the following to its Wild Card partner danceWEB (Austria):

Participation in the ex.e.r.ce master program

When: 
May 23 – 27, 2016: residency in a small studio, 4hours/day @ CCN Montpellier
May 28 – June 5, 2016: residency in the studio gert (full day) @ CCN Montpellier
June 6 – 10, 2016: workshop/side-specific experimentation @ Lamelouze 
This workshop in the countryside is led by Laurent Pichaud (choreographer & artist researcher associated to the MA ex.e.r.ce), Julie Perrin (dance researcher) and Anne Kerzerho (pedagogical director Ma e.x.e.r.ce).

September 28 – October 10: residency in different locations in Montpellier with the MA ex.e.r.ce students. This residency is dedicated to compose a performed lecture for the event "Bodies and Landscapes" by the ICI - CCN, taking place in different sites in Montpellier
This last working period is just a proposal by the CCN Montpellier and no obligation to participate in if the participant is not available.

Where: studios of the ICI - CCN Montpellier & Lamelouze (countryside)

The program covers:
+ educational costs
+ travel and accommodation costs
+ per diem for 5 weeks
+ tickets for the mandatory shows or visits

More information about the program:

TERRAINS – Corps et Paysage (Bodies and Landscape)

This Wild Card slot is taking place in the frame of a specific research program entitled Terrains within the MA exerce. This research program overlaps the two years of the master’s degree and will investigate the possible stages for choreographic creations : from the theater stage to all the other possible sites.

The question of dramaturgy will be at the heart of this Terrains program. How does a particular context (in that case, an outdoor wild landscape typical from south of France) include, by its very nature, potential in terms of dramaturgic writing ? How does it guide and influence dramaturgical choices specific to structuring choreographic composition ?

Application requirements: 
+ current CV
+ letter of motivation
(French language skills are an advantage)

Application deadline: April 15, 2016

Only artists coming from and/or based in Austria are eligible to apply!

The LLB partner danceWEB is implementing the selection process, applications shall be sent to office@danceweb.eu

danceWEB chose the Austrian choreographer and performer Julia Danzinger for this slot.
View her experience report in the right column.

23.05.16 - 10.06.16

Montpellier & Lamelouze, France

supported/organized by CCN Montpellier