Wed 8 Aug 2012
A European mobility and artistic exchange dance programme Motion Fund strand E-MOTIONAL is realised in Ireland by Dublin Dance Festival and Dance Ireland, in association with The Irish World Academy of Music and Dance at University of Limerick. GABRIELA TUDOR FELLOWSHIP for Dance Managers Call for proposals -- DEADLINE: 31st AUGUST 2012 [Romania – Ireland – Latvia – Cyprus – United Kingdom - Turkey] Do you want to get an insight into the preparation of a festival? Do you want find out more about how dance houses are run in Dublin or Limassol? Do you want to be part of the first Latvian dance platform and attend an international festival in Romania? Do you want to witness the E-MOTIONAL artists at work in UK and Romania and attend their final project event in Bucharest? APPLY NOW to the Motion Fund of the E-MOTIONAL Bodies & Cities programme for a Gabriela Tudor Fellowship. We have 6 grants available for you to discover the dance scenes in Romania – Ireland – Latvia – Cyprus – United Kingdom. The Gabriela Tudor Fellowship aims to strengthen cultural exchange and collaboration between dance administrators from the project participating countries. The fellowship programme is dedicated to the memory of Gabriela Tudor, who contributed immeasurably to the development of a livelier and more international Romanian dance scene. The fellowship continues and expands an existing initiative launched in 2010 by the Gabriela Tudor Foundation in the United Kingdom (in collaboration with body>data>space) and in the United States of America. Visit www.gabrielatudor.ro for more details. If you are a dance manager or administrator from one of the E-MOTIONAL countries you are welcome to apply for up to a 21-day residency, according to the calendar listed below. The E-MOTIONAL partner organisation in the destination country you choose will be your host during the fellowship and will be offering residencies in order for you to discover and understand how they work and develop their projects as well as accompany and guide you in organising your residency programme. The grant covers international travel expenses, accommodation, per diem and a gross fee of EUR 500. Destinations & deadlines for application Under the current call for proposals, destination countries will host fellowships according to the following schedule: DESTINATION COUNTRIES: (Applicants from CY, IE, LV, UK, RO) UK [January 2013] IRELAND [February 2013] LATVIA [February 2013] ROMANIA [April 2013] DEADLINE: 31st August 2012 To apply, download the application form here or from www.e-motional.eu, fill it in and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information contact the local coordination teams: ROMANIA: Gabriela Tudor Foundation, Cosmin Manolescu, email@example.com IRELAND: Dublin Dance Festival, Tiina Ylönen, firstname.lastname@example.org LATVIA: The Association of the Professional Dance Choreographers of Latvia, Ilze Zirina, email@example.com CYPRUS: Dance House Lemesos, Natasa Georgiou, firstname.lastname@example.org UK: body > data > space, Leanne Hammacot, email@example.com
E-MOTIONAL Bodies & Cities is a co-operation between Gabriela Tudor Foundation (RO, initiator & lead organiser), Dublin Dance Festival (IE), The Association of the Professional Dance Choreographers of Latvia (LV), Dance House Lemesos (CY), and body > data > space (UK), as co-organisers, developed with support from the Culture 2007-2013 Programme of the European Union. Associated partners are ArtistNe(s)t Network of Artists-in-Residence Centres / “George Apostu” Cultural Centre in Bacau, and the National Dance Centre in Bucharest (RO), Dance Ireland, The Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, and the University of Limerick (IE), Rialto Theatre, Limassol (CY), and CATI Dans – Contemporary Dance Artists Association, Istanbul (TR). The project plans to identify, nurture, attract and sustain talent and creativity at the European level, by connecting artists and dance managers from countries participating in the project through mobility grants, residencies, fellowships, artistic research and performance co-production and exchange. Professional development and artistic experiment represent pillars of the project.
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