GDance call for choreographer
GDance's previous call for a Wales based disabled choreographer has now been extended to include England based artists!read more...
Deadline for applications: is still Friday 28th March.
GDance are offering a Choreographic Fellowship which will give a disabled, emerging choreographer the opportunity to develop his/her practice specifically with large scale, site based, performance events; working with community companies (and potentially professional dancers).
The Fellow will benefit from the artistic direction and some mentoring from International Choreographer Marc Brew (www.marcbrew.com) with the support of GDance.
Value of the Fellowship:
GDance will provide a Fellowship fee of Â£3000, accommodation and per diems.
We would be really grateful if you could spread the word to anyone who you think might be interested!
GDance Choreographic Fellowship 2014:
Bespoke support for a disabled emerging choreographer including:
- Artistic direction and some mentoring by an internationally recognised disabled choreographer
- The opportunity to work on an exciting site specific production with GDance, Ballet Cymru and Welsh Venues
- Further your choreographic practice in working with large community casts in outdoor locations. Depending on experience, there may also be an opportunity to work with the professional company!
Please visit the website to download all of the relevant information relating to the fellowship; www.gdance.co.uk/training-fellowships
(There is no application form - just a more in-depth description of the role and further instructions).
Deadline for applications: Friday 28 March.
Interviews: Tuesday 1st April, exact times TBC.
Induction day and site visit: Friday 4th April.
For further information or assistance with your application contact: Helen Crocker on 01452 550431 or email@example.com
GDance is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of treating all its employees and job applicants equally.
This opportunity is generously supported by Arts Council of Wales, Arts Council England and The EsmÃ©e Fairbairn Foundation.