The School of Toronto Dance Theatre needs volunteers for IMPULSE ’17

The Professional Program of the School of School of Toronto Dance Theatre is presenting its first show of the school year, IMPULSE 2017 and are looking to fill the following volunteer shifts:

Thursday, November 23 , 7-10 pm
Firday, November 24, 7-10 pm
Saturday, November 25, 7-10 pm

Thursday, November 30 , 7-10 pm
Friday, December 1, 7-10 pm
Saturday, December 2, 7-10 pm

Our volunteers help with handing out programs, take tickets, directing audiences and interacting with the patrons, and performing light clearing up duties after the show. Of  course you get to see the TDT students dance! Here’s a bit more information about the performance:  Impulse 2017

If you would like to pick up a shift or two – please send Lilya Sultanova an email at:  lilya@schooloftdt.org with the date when you would like to volunteer.

 

 

Happy Monday! New adventures and dancing opportunities await!

 

Rosie Park’s company in 5 Soldiers

It’s Monday, it’s a new month and maybe you’re feeling that it’s  time to switch things up:  go somewhere new, study with someone different, try dancing in a new city. What you do is up to you, but here are some dancing opportunities to help you move in a new direction.

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Audition Notice Exim Dance Company

Exim Dance Company based in Plymouth, Devon is seeking 3 professional dancers and one understudy (2 males, 2 females) for their upcoming Research and Development Period between 19th February – 16th March (4 weeks) Please note this is subject to successful funding. The audition workshops and choreography will be delivered by Adam Benjamin.

Open Call – Unit Motives: Cage

Die Wolke art group calls choreographers, for a second consecutive year, to its Unit Motives initiative for the creation of solo contemporary dance works on musical works by great composers. This year, the event aims to explore the different kinetic and choreographic approaches to the interpretation of works by John Cage…

Play Practice Apprenticeship Program in India

Play Practice Residency organises a 3 week residential apprenticeship program for the 4th time focusing on Contemporary dance research, Improvisation methods, Contact improvisation, Partnering scores and Choreography taught by Ori Florin, Abhilash Ningappa and Irene sposetti, combining with Indian martial arts ( Kalari Payattu) and Yoga workshops . Indian classical dance forms (Odissi and Kuchupudi)…

PACT Zollverein Residency

Running all year round since 2002, the residency programme is at the heart of PACT Zollverein’s day to day work. Open to professional artists from home and abroad who work in the areas of dance, performance, media arts or music and closely linked to PACT’s two other core strands of activity …

Dance Workshop With Frantics Dance Company

8h Dance workshop with Frantics Dance Company When: 25th-26th of November 2017 /15p.m-19p.m Where: Marameo, Berlin Import: 65€ (until 12th November) From 13th until 24th November the import will be 80€ Levell: Medium-Advance To register write an email with the subject “Frantics Workshop” to:contact.frantics@gmail.com The workshop is a very physical, dynamic and emotional experience.

Rosie Kay Dance Company Urgently Seeks Male Dancers

RKDC seeks male dancers to learn part of the 5 SOLDIERS repertoire to join the company in New York and Washington DC in January 2018. Where: DanceXchange, Level 5, Birmingham Hippodrome, Thorp Street, Birmingham B5 4TB When: Friday 10 November 2017 Dancers need these qualities: Very fast at learning Good memory for complex material …

UNITY seeks an Executive Director

 

 

 

 

 

Executive Director

Unity uses hip hop to improve young peoples’ lives to create healthier communities in Canada. After more than 10 years of successful impact, Unity continues to inspire and engage youth through hip hop—Break Dancing, Graffiti Art, Spoken Word Poetry & Beat Boxing—by offering free programming in schools and community spaces to youth in underserved neighborhoods in Ontario and select communities across the country. Thanks to its committed staff and team of artist educators, Unity reaches over 40,000 youth each year through in-school Unity Days, after school programs, community programs and its annual festival, empowering youth to be role models and leaders in their communities.

With the upcoming departure of Unity’s founder and Executive Director (ED), the organization seeks an outstanding new leader with a strong understanding and appreciation of hip hop to take Unity to its next level of achievement in improving young peoples’ lives and mental health. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the ED is responsible for the successful strategic leadership, team development and operations and financial management of the organization.

The new ED will be an authentic and collaborative leader who builds rapport quickly and has a bias for action. The ideal candidate is a visionary who establishes strong, productive relationships with staff, artists, community partners and a wide variety of stakeholders. Possessing humility, exceptional communication skills, along with strong business and financial acumen, the candidate sought will be inspired by the positive role hip hop can play in young people’s lives and attuned to Unity’s core values: Respect, Integrity, Passion, Community and Youth. Drawing on their substantive experience in empowering and leveraging the skills and talents of a dynamic team, the preferred candidate will strategically lead and ensure Unity’s ability to deliver on its vision and increase its impact.

For more information on this outstanding opportunity, or to submit your application in confidence, please contact Four Corners Group:

Suzanne Clark, Partner, at sclark@fourcornersgroup.com, 416-593-0900 x2234 or
Samantha Walton, Associate, at swalton@fourcornersgroup.com, 416-593-0900 x2265

Want to Dance with the Scottish National Ballet? Have we got a Dancing Opportunity for you!

Kim Brandstrup in the studio

This week’s listing from Dancing Opportunities includes an audition posting from the Scottish National Ballet, workshops in Italy and London including one with Kim Brandstrup on sculpting time, and an intensive in Lisbon.

As always, click on the header to get to the full listing.  TGIF!

NOD Workshop Pau Aran Gimeno

NOD is happy to Invite you to the Intensive 5 days led by PAU ARAN GIMENO Permanent performing member of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch When: December 4 – 8 / Schedule h: 10:00 /13:30 Workshop included into NOD International Contemporary dance Program  and open to 7 external dancers Where: Lavanderia a Vapore  Corso Pastrengo 51

NOD Workshop Elita Cannata

NOD International Contemporary dance Program invites professional dancers to join 5 intensive days with Elita Cannata When: November 13 – 17 Schedule: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday h: 9,30/10,45 ballet class Wednesday and FridayWednesday and Friday h: 11,00/13,00 Countertechnique Where: Centro Danza Royal – Via San Marino 89/14, Italy

Dancers Wanted For An Image Film

Franklin Film are looking for four professional dancers (m/f), preferably from Mannheim or the area, to perform in an imagespot on a waste disposal site in Kaiserslautern. We are searching for passionate dancers, who would love to be part in an unconventinal commercial project, and willing to dance in hard conditions (night, outdoor).

Audition Notice Ashokkumar Mistry

Following a successful Arts Council England grant, artist Ashokkumar Mistry is looking for dancers as part of a new collaboration between Ashokkumar Mistry, Balbir Singh Dance Company and Cathy Waller Company. When: Sunday 12th November Where: London,UK  (invite only) Deadline for applications: Monday 6th November

Sculpting Time Choreographic Lab with Kim Brandstrup

Emerging choreographers are invited to develop their practice in a workshop led by award-winning choreographer Kim Brandstrup. Through a series of physical, musical and drama tasks, participants will be encouraged to reflect on the different ways we experience time, and how this can be navigated and utilised choreographically.

Open Call TanzPlan Ost 2018

For the TanzPlan Ost program 2018 we are looking for productions by companies with a link to the region. Additionally to that, the program contains an international dance project with the choreographer Fabrice Mazliah. Furthermore, TanzPlan Ost presents a prize for choreography made possible by the SSA (Société Suisse des Auteurs, Lausanne).

ZfinMalta Dance Ensemble Digital Content Creator

The national dance company of Malta, ŻfinMalta Dance Ensemble, is looking for a Digital Content Creator. The chosen candidate will be engaged on a six-month contract for service with the possibility of renewal, contingent upon satisfactory performance and funding. S/he will be expected to work approximately 10 to 12 hours per week .

AUDITIONS for the Intensive Course in Interpretation and Choreography VI

AUDITIONS for the Intensive Course in Interpretation and Choreography VI When / Where: December 2nd, at 3pm – Jazzy Dance Studios, Lisbon December 9th, at 11am – Companhia Instável, Oporto Please send your CV and motivation letter to: lugar@companhiainst avel.pt Jazzy Dance Studios – Rua da Cintura do Porto a Santos, Armazém J , 1200-109 Santos | Lisboa Lugar Instável – Floor 1

Audition Notice Scottish Dance Theatre

Scottish Dance Theatre and Artistic Director Fleur Darkin are looking for creative and versatile male and female dancers with a minimum of 3 years performance experience since graduation. Candidates should possess strong technical and performance skills and a broad experience including ballet, contemporary dance, improvisation and contact wor. Where: London, UK When: Saturday 24 February 2018

Kaeja d’Dance is seeking a Managing Director

 

ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION

Kaeja d’Dance – Established in 1991, Kaeja d’Dance is a Toronto based dance company that is renowned for creating exceptional contemporary dance work, award winning dance films and empowering education, community & outreach programs. At the heart of Kaeja are two dynamic energies – Co Artistic Directors Karen & Allen Kaeja. With their Company of exquisite dancers, Karen & Allen push the boundaries of Canadian contemporary dance and infuse local and international communities with exciting new experiences both on and off the stage. Karen & Allen collaborate with international and local dance artists, composers, musicians, stage & costume designers to create performances that have captivated audiences in Toronto, Canada and across the globe. They have presented over 60 original works and have been commissioned to choreograph works on dance companies locally and in England, Mexico, India, Sweden and the United States. Kaeja’s signature aesthetic explores the equal partnership of men and women through Contact Dance and utilizes Improvisation as a tool for creation. With performances filled with athletic intensity and theatrical imagery, the Company celebrates many themes in their work that relate to family history, community and the human condition. Karen & Allen’s partnership is a match of two distinct sensibilities and artistic visions that fuel Kaeja d’Dance’s memorable and physically passionate performances.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Kaeja d’Dance is seeking a Managing Director to partner with the Co-Artistic Directors to fulfill the artistic vision of the company. This is an exciting opportunity for an arts professional to work with one of Canada’s established and vibrant contemporary dance companies.
This position (25 to 40 hours per week) will provide opportunities for a knowledgeable, ambitious individual to take on a leading role in the development of the Company’s continuity and new initiatives. The ideal candidate is a highly organized, self-directed problem solver, a team player and has at least 3 years working experience in the Non-profit Arts Sector. The candidate has exceptional good judgement and a commitment to the audience and donor experience. If you have a passion for arts management, developing audiences, forging connections, live performance, community engagement and contributing directly to the success of an innovative arts organization, this position is for you!

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
• Public and private sector funding research, proposal writing, grant writing, evaluation and reporting
• Project management of multi-year community engagement projects, festivals, tours, film shoots, special events and creation projects
• Marketing, outreach and communication strategy development for events and productions
• Budget management, accounting, payroll, banking, contracting, light bookkeeping and supervising a part-time bookkeeper
• Stakeholder relations including those with community partner organizations, presenters, funders, donors and our audiences
• Team with 2 full-time Artistic Directors and supervise 1 full-time production manager, several part-time employees and contract staff and volunteers
• Knowledge of the non-profit arts and Canadian dance scenes will be considered an asset

REQUIREMENTS:

Education, Skills and Experience:

  • • 5+ years in a management position
  • Incredibly detail oriented. You love the details – managing critical paths, creating timelines, maintaining schedules, tracking/documenting materials, proofreading copy, etc
    • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage staff, multitask, schedules, personalities and competing/complimentary interests simultaneously while responding to two artistic directors
  • Impeccable budget understanding and management
  • Excellent memory and ability to track details
    • Advanced problem-solving skills. You are a resourceful and creative thinker when faced with a challenge, and you understand that every obstacle has a solution. You think ahead, anticipate potential problems/outcomes and plan accordingly
    • Highly developed research and writing skills and a track record of successful funding submissions. You love reading strategic plans from funders and finding ways to connect your organizations existing programming and people to their goals and priorities. You are comfortable and adept at writing everything from snappy marketing copy and press releases, to donor appreciation letters and corporate sponsorship asks
    • Strong interpersonal skills. Comfortable working with a variety of stakeholders such as presenters, arts councils, volunteers, our board, current and potential donors, local politicians, small business owners and community groups with a commitment to quality customer service. You feel comfortable talking to strangers and building connections for our work and the company
  • Comfort in evolving projects
    • Comfortable working in non-profit setting with a strong interest in the performing arts, community engagement, public space activation and city building
    • Advanced computer competency in word processing, spreadsheets, data management and social media platforms
    • Knowledge of Quickbooks or another accounting software (Freshbooks or Simply Accounting) OR a strong affinity to, and ease in, learning new programs
    • Can-do attitude, positive outlook with a desire to work collaboratively to make magical things happen!

ADDITIONAL INFO:

ABOUT KAEJA:
One of Canada’s longest standing contemporary dance companies, Toronto’s Kaeja d’Dance’s husband and wife founders are at the heart of the Company. Since 1991, Kaeja d’Dance creates award-winning contemporary dance performances, community and audience engagement events, site-specific works, acclaimed dance films and educational programming. With over 160 original works including commissions here and abroad, the company develops innovative performance platforms for professional and community dance artists provoking collaborative relationships between the body and the everyday. Karen and Allen’s signature aesthetic is known for its athletic intensity, sensual articulation and theatrical imagery. https://www.kaeja.org/

HOW TO APPLY:

  • Submission deadline: The position will remain open until filled.
    • The GM position can range from 25 to 40 hours/week
    • Salary for this position is based on a full time (40 hours per week) salary of $50,000 annually but will be prorated if part time
    • Please email your cover letter, resume and 2 references as one single pdf document to allen@kaeja.org with the subject line “GM Search Committee”
    • The committee will review applications as they arrive

Kaeja d’Dance is an equal opportunity employer. While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Those who will be invited for an interview will be contacted ASAP.

CONTACT INFO:

Name: Allen Kaeja
Email: allen@kaeja.org
Website: kaeja.org

Come work with us! DUO seeks a PRODUCING & ADMINISTRATION MANAGER

Producing & Administration Manager – Dance Umbrella of Ontario

Date Posted: Oct 16, 2017
Application Deadline: Nov 01, 2017
Start Date: Nov 15, 2017

Salary: $33 -$43K commensurate with experience
Province: Ontario
Region: Metro Toronto Area
City: Toronto
Organization’s Field/Discipline: The Arts
Term: Full-time

Organization Description

Dance Umbrella of Ontario

Dance Umbrella of Ontario (DUO) is a not-for-profit provider of management services to Ontario’s dance enterprises.  DUO was founded in 1988 by the Arts Councils to support dance enterprises with their administrative and business activities. In addition to providing a suite of tailored and flexible services, DUO strengthens the dance sector by undertaking new strategic and progressive initiatives.

DUO supports dance artists and enterprises in the creation, production and dissemination of their art. Our typical clientele includes: independent artists, small- and mid-scale organizations based in Ontario. DUO supports dance artists by providing the best and most appropriate administrative and infrastructure allowing them to grow as they focus more fully on their art.  We do not guide the artistic product of clients.  DUO is committed to diversity in all of its activities and the enterprises it serves. We envision DUO to be the place where new growth in the sector is fostered. Dance Umbrella of Ontario is the employer for this contract.

Job Description
The Producing and Administrative Manager will manage multiple clients’ needs on a daily basis. The successful candidate will be a self-starter producing all materials on behalf of DUO clients, while maintaining exceptional client relations. The Producing and Administrative Manager reports directly to DUO’s Executive Director and provides support to the ED as required. The position actively seeks out and solicits new clients for DUO. The candidate will work out of the DUO offices for the full work week, though some off-site work is required.

Duties and Responsibilities
The Producing & Administrative Manager will work with a roster of clients meeting their individual needs by providing tailored services.  DUO’s clients range from established companies to emerging individual dance artists and represent various dance forms and practices.  The Manager provides the following client service support:

  • Develops artistic and organization strategic plans with the client; defining steps to implement the plan, monitoring progress
  • Develops and executes project plans for productions and client programs
  • Develops funding strategies for government and private sources; reviewing, editing, managing grant applications and all reporting
  • Develops and manages operational and project specific budgets; cash flow management; financial and other reporting to the client and the client’s Board of Directors; maintaining reporting systems for handling income and paying expenses
  • Maintains relations with arts funders and dance presenters
  • Manages the contracting process for all artists, crew, presenters and vendors
  • Manages client organizational budgets; track expenses and revenues and provides reports to assist in decision making
  • Liaises with Marketing and Communications staff to support the execution of the clients’ communications campaign; works with clients to plan and execute a distribution plan for marketing collateral
  • Provides support to prospect and secure in-kind donations and potential sponsors
  • Attends board meetings and provide support to the Board Secretary
  • Liaises with artistic and technical partners on scheduling, logistics and marketing
  • Liaises with the clients’ production team on scheduling, logistics and equipment
  • Other duties as required

Requirements:

  • An entrepreneurial sprit and a passion for the success of dance in Ontario
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to deal with a wide range of people and situations.
  • Excellent time management skills; manages multiple projects simultaneously, sets and balances priorities, and meets multiple deadlines.
  • Strong writing, editing and proofreading skills
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Strong planning and coordination skills
  • Experience with the principles of government arts funding
  • An understanding of the principles of not-for-profit and charitable organizations
  • Available for evening and weekend work when required
  • Bilingual – (English/French) an asset
  • Knowledge of Adobe InDesign is considered an asset

Qualifications:
The ideal candidate is a highly motivated arts manager, with experience in the non-profit sector. The candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree in arts administration, or equivalent business experience.

Excellent computer skills and knowledge of software programs including; Microsoft Office Suite (Word and Excel).

Personal traits/requirements:

  • Strong communication skills.
  • Ability to build rapport with clients.
  • Ability to analyze and solve problems.
  • Exceptional organizational skills.
  • Discretion when dealing with confidential information.
  • Professional maturity and judgment.

Additional Info:

Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Those selected will be contacted within one week of the submission deadline. No phone calls, please.

How to Apply:

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume, cover letter and 3 references to; duo@danceumbrella.net

Deadline to submit an application is 5pm on Wednesday, November 1, 2017.

Contact Info:

Email: duo@danceumbrella.net
Website: http://www.danceumbrella.net/

dance Immersion needs volunteers for October 14th and 21st

 

Dance Immersion is getting ready for their big Canada 150 show and a work shop with Faizal Ddamba aka Mostrixx and they need a few volunteers,

Cassandra Belafonte, program director at Dance Immersion says, “Whether you can help out for a few hours or the whole day, your commitment to platforming traditional and contemporary works from our dance community is priceless. dance Immersion values the support from volunteers like you to ensure that these incredible showcases are a success!”

Please email your availability and desired role to Cassandra at cassandra@danceimmersion.ca no later than Monday October 2, 2017

Movement In Time

  • What: In celebration of Canada’s 150th, a showcase of prominent artists and companies of the African Diaspora
  • DateSaturday October 14, 2017
  • Location: Harbourfront Centre Theatre, 231 Queens Quay West
  • Showtimes: 1:00 PM and 8:00 PM | Running time: 90 minutes
  • Volunteer Role: Be the face of the organization at our Information Table by answering questions, hand out and collect surveys, and more.
  • Volunteer Shifts: 10:15 AM to 2:15 PM (Stories in Motion), 12:15 PM to 3:15 PM (Matinee Performance) AND/OR 7:15 PM to 10:15 PM (Evening Performance)
dance Immersion in partnership with TO Love-In presents Faizal Ddamba aka Mostrixx
  • What: Presentation featuring Ugandan Afro-Fusion dance artist Faizal Ddamba aka Mostrixx alongside Toronto artists
  • Date: Saturday October 21, 2017
  • Location: Dancemakers Studio, Theatre Studio 313, 15 Case Goods Lane #301
  • Showtime: 8:00 PM | Running time: 90 minutes
  • Available Roles:
    • Front of House collect tickets, hand out programs and surveys, answer questions, and more OR
    • Production work behind the scenes, including set up (equipment, props, banners, signs, etc.) and take down following the end of the performance.
  • Volunteer Shifts: 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Tech Rehearsal), 7:15 PM to 10:15 PM (Performance) and 9:15 PM to 1:15 AM (After-party, same location)

Come work with us! DUO seeks a Producing and Administrative Manager

Dance Umbrella of Ontario:

Dance Umbrella of Ontario (DUO) is a not-for-profit provider of management services to Ontario’s dance enterprises.  DUO was founded in 1988 by the Arts Councils to support dance enterprises with their administrative and business activities. In addition to providing a suite of tailored and flexible services, DUO strengthens the dance sector by undertaking new strategic and progressive initiatives.

DUO supports dance artists and enterprises in the creation, production and dissemination of their art. Our typical clientele includes: independent artists, small- and mid-scale organizations based in Ontario. DUO supports dance artists by providing the best and most appropriate administrative and infrastructure allowing them to grow as they focus more fully on their art.  We do not guide the artistic product of clients.  DUO is committed to diversity in all of its activities and the enterprises it serves. We envision DUO to be the place where new growth in the sector is fostered. Dance Umbrella of Ontario is the employer for this contract.

Job Description
The Producing and Administrative Manager will manage multiple clients’ needs on a daily basis. The successful candidate will be a self-starter producing all materials on behalf of DUO clients, while maintaining exceptional client relations. The Producing and Administrative Manager reports directly to DUO’s Executive Director and provides support to the ED as required. The position actively seeks out and solicits new clients for DUO. The candidate will work out of the DUO offices for the full work week, though some off-site work is required.

Salary Range:  $33-43K commensurate with experience

Duties and Responsibilities
The Producing & Administrative Manager will work with a roster of clients meeting their individual needs by providing tailored services.  DUO’s clients range from established companies to emerging individual dance artists and represent various dance forms and practices.  The Manager provides the following client service support:

  • Develops artistic and organization strategic plans with the client; defining steps to implement the plan, monitoring progress
  • Develops and executes project plans for productions and client programs
  • Develops funding strategies for government and private sources; reviewing, editing, managing grant applications and all reporting
  • Develops and manages operational and project specific budgets; cash flow management; financial and other reporting to the client and the client’s Board of Directors; maintaining reporting systems for handling income and paying expenses
  • Maintains relations with arts funders and dance presenters
  • Manages the contracting process for all artists, crew, presenters and vendors
  • Manages client organizational budgets; track expenses and revenues and provides reports to assist in decision making
  • Liaises with Marketing and Communications staff to support the execution of the clients’ communications campaign; works with clients to plan and execute a distribution plan for marketing collateral
  • Provides support to prospect and secure in-kind donations and potential sponsors
  • Attends board meetings and provide support to the Board Secretary
  • Liaises with artistic and technical partners on scheduling, logistics and marketing
  • Liaises with the clients’ production team on scheduling, logistics and equipment
  • Other duties as required

Requirements:

  • Must be fluently bilingual; oral and written
  • An entrepreneurial sprit and a passion for the success of dance in Ontario
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to deal with a wide range of people and situations.
  • Excellent time management skills; manages multiple projects simultaneously, sets and balances priorities, and meets multiple deadlines.
  • Strong writing, editing and proofreading skills
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Strong planning and coordination skills
  • Experience with the principles of government arts funding
  • An understanding of the principles of not-for-profit and charitable organizations
  • Available for evening and weekend work when required
  • Knowledge of Adobe InDesign is considered an asset

Qualifications:
The ideal candidate is a highly motivated arts manager, with experience in the non-profit sector. The candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree in arts administration, or equivalent business experience.
Excellent computer skills and knowledge of software programs including; Microsoft Office Suite (Word and Excel).

Personal traits/requirements:

  • Strong communication skills.
  • Ability to build rapport with clients.
  • Ability to analyze and solve problems.
  • Exceptional organizational skills.
  • Discretion when dealing with confidential information.
  • Professional maturity and judgment.

Additional Info:

Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Those selected will be contacted within one week of the submission deadline. No phone calls, please.
How to Apply:
Please submit your resume, cover letter and 3 references to:   info@danceumbrella.net

Deadline to submit an application is 5pm on Wednesday October 11, 2017. Contact Info:  info@danceumbrella.net

DANCING OPPORTUNITIES this week include a chance to work with PINA BAUSH’s company…

 

Ever wanted to dance with Pina Baush’s company? Are you a gentleman of a certain age? DANCING OPPORTUNITIES could make your dreams come true…

As always, click on the header to get to the full listing.

Extras for Pina Pausch & Tanztheaterwuppertal ‘Victor’

Extras for Pina Pausch & Tanztheaterwuppertal ‘Victor’ needed. Where: deSingel Antwerp, Belgium When: 10 Dec – 17 Dec

An audition will be scheduled on 10th of Dec. Fifteen older gentlemen (preferably older than 65), dressed in dark colored clothing. (Costumes not provided) During the performance the gentlemen will take part in two small group dances.

Audition Notice Another Kind of Blue

For the national theatre tour “Flirt with Reality”, Another Kind of Blue is looking for experienced dancers (male and female). Where: The Hague, The Netherlands When: October 22nd 2017 Deadline for applications: October 6th Tour period: October 2018 – February 2019 Rehearsal period*: November 2017 – October 2018

Movement Immersion with Bruno Caverna

Movement Immersion with Bruno Caverna Where: Lalita Devi Escuela de Vida (Spain) When: 17th – 24th September 2017 TO WHOM regardless of field of provenance, the event is addressed to whoever is willing to dive into a week long experience aimed to enrich and widen own self-discovery path within a varied community of people…

Blue Cloud Scratch Open Call

Blue Cloud Scratch are seeking submissions from dance artists to present short works at our scratch night on Thursday 5 October. Pieces can be up to 15 minutes long and we prioritise new work and works-in-progress rather than completed pieces. Please note: we can only accept applications from UK residents Where: Blue Elephant Theatre, London.

AUDITIONS for the Intensive Course in Interpretation and Choreography VI

AUDITIONS for the Intensive Course in Interpretation and Choreography VI September 30th, at 11am – Lugar Instável, Oporto November – Jazzy Dance Studios, Lisbon.

6th No Borders Project

The No Borders project aims to bridge encounters between dance, music, photography, film, conceptual arts, philosophy and spirituality to create an environment for free expression and creation through dance. The collaborators-participants will focus on researching and reflecting on the subject matters of borders, identity and cross-cultural communication to identify, eliminate, and within such a collective.

Open Ballet Class ‘Rule of Three’

Open ballet class ‘Rule of Three’ Professional dancers are welcome to join the ballet classes that are organised as warming-up for the dancers of ‘Rule of Three’, a choreography by Jan Martens. The instructor is Anne-Lise Brevers (BE-USA), who has experience as a dancer for Cie Greffe and Romeo Castellucci.

Intensive Workshop with Frey Faust in Lithuania

Axis Syllabus 3 day intensive workshop with Frey Faust. Where: Vilnius, Lithuania Workshop location: Holiday Park ”Auksine Giria”situated in the beautiful surroundings of the Asvejos National Park. When: October 27-29, 2017 Deadline for applications: October 20th

The Audition Workshop with NDCWales Rehearsal Director Lee Johnston

TAW aims to help dancers​ prepare for the different aspects of the auditioning process. We do this by offering individual feedback, given to you by professionals in the field who will observe you in the workshops throughout the day. Here’s what we did at TAW with Sam Coren ex-dancer of Hofesh Shechter: TAW Mini Movie.

Teaching gigs, residencies and auditions: this week’s Dancing Opportunities

Lost Dog Dance, Cardiff, Wales

Ever thought about a dance residency in Wales?  Want to teach at the University of Nevada?  This week’s postings from DANCING OPPORTUNITIES just might be for you.  Remember, clicking on the header will take you through to the full post:

Dance House Cardiff Residency

A week long residency opportunity at Dance House, Home of NDCWales. Where: Dance House, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, CF10 4PH When: 23-27 October Deadline for applications: 11th September 9am To apply please send a CV and an outline of your proposed work (no longer than one side of A4) to sarah@ndcwales.co.uk Contact details:sarah@ndcwales.co.uk

Aerowaves Open Call for 2018

Choreographer based in the EU? Apply to become one of our Twenty18 artists with a chance of having your work programmed at Spring Forward Festival in 2018 in Sofia and by our partners throughout the year. Around 100 performance opportunities are guaranteed by the partners and supported by Aerowaves each year. Where: Europe-wide When: 2018

Part Time Dance Teachers London UK

Part time, primary dance teaching jobs available for people who would like to train to work in educational settings and share their talents with children. Where: North and West London When: From September 2017 Deadline for applications: 28/08/2017 To apply, please email CV and cover letter to schools@fresh-arts.co.uk Costs: we pay £25p/h Contact details schools@fresh-arts.co.uk

The University of Nevada Seeks Lecturer in Jazz Dance

The University of Nevada, Reno, Theater and Dance department, is seeking candidates for a Lecturer in Jazz Dance. This is a continuing lecturer position with an expected teaching load of four (4) classes per semester. Courses in the Dance program focus on technique, choreography, aesthetic inquiry, teaching creative movement for K-12, and Western and non-Western  movement.

Audition Notice Gecko

Gecko is  looking to meet exemplary male and female performers who fit the following criteria: Five years of professional experience. Speak multiple languages (please give us details of which languages in your application). Dance trained (degree level or equivalent) or have been working as a professional dancer. An emotionally expressive performer with extensive experience.

Lost Dog Dance Autumn Residency

Lost Dog Dance Autumn Residency Where: Laughton Lodge, Laughton, East Sussex, UK When: Thursday 7th – Sunday 10th September 2017 The Lost Dog Dance rural residency is back on offer and we are currently recruiting recent graduates and current theatre/dance students for our Autumn 2017 Residency. This will be a 4 day intensive led by […]