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 November 2018 

11th Gdańsk Dance Festival: “Residency / Premiere 2018” Competition – call for applications

18 October 2018

Competition

Club Żak is pleased to invite entries to the Residency/Premiere 2018competition which accompanies the 11th Gdańsk Dance Festival. Applicants are welcome to submit projects of pieces in broadly conceived contemporary dance. The purpose of the competition is to support and promote contemporary dance and contemporary ballet. The contest is addressed to Polish dancers and participants of the Solo Dance Contest, organised by Club Żak as part of the Gdańsk Dance Festival. Entries may be submitted by persons living in Poland since 1 January 2018 (or longer) and by dancers based abroad who presented their pieces at the Solo Dance Contest, organised as part of the Gdańsk Dance Festival in 2014-2018.

 

Selected projects will be developed at Club Żak from February through June 2019. Dancers will be allocated with PLN 6,000 (duo pieces) and PLN 10,000-20,000 (large cast performances); the organisers will also provide technical assistance during general rehearsal (acoustics and lighting engineers), publicity, and rehearsal space.

 

Those selected will be assisted by mentors – eminent dancers and choreographers: Patricia Apergi  (Greece), Eva Duda (Hungary) and Jean Gaudin (France). The February and April residencies will conclude with public premieres, while the piece developed in May will premiere at the 11th Gdańsk Dance Festival on 7 June 2019.


Applications should be submitted by 28 November 2018, 11 pm, at the latest.

 

The application form is available online at:

www.gdanskifestiwaltanca.pl

 

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Mentors:

 

Eva Duda/ Hungary

graduated as a choreographer from the Hungarian Dance Academy in Budapest, studied stage directing at the University of Arts, Targu-Mures. Founded her independent ensemble in 2009, under the name Eva Duda Dance Company, and the very first debut performance Lunatika received the Lábán Rudolf-Award. Some of her works are quite experimental, and all are very different from each other, she worked on Walt Disney shows, operas and musicals. She is a guest teacher at several art schools both home and abroad, including the University of Theatre and Film Arts Budapest, and serves as a board member of the Hungarian Choreographers Association.

 

Patricia Apergi/ Greece

Ιn 2006 she founded the Aerites dance company. She has choreographed theatrical plays and operas for example in Russian Opera of Perm. She was selected as modul-dance artist of the European network EDΝ for the period 2013–2014, and as an associate artist at Maison de la danse (Lyon) for the period 2016–2017. She is also ateacher of choreography and improvisation, and a co-writer of History of Theatre and Theatrical Education.

 

Jean Gaudin/ France

has danced in the pieces of Maurice Béjart, Carolyn Carlson, Peter Goss and others; he used the experience gained while working with the aforementioned artists to found his own company. He has been working in theatre since 1995. Throughout his career, he has worked as choreographer with video artists and film directors, while also closely collaborating with musicians and composers. To date, he has developed over 30 choreographic and 14 video-dance works. In the past few years, he has regularly served as an artistic advisor and coach to performers.

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