When you’re ready to take your career to the next level, you can apply to be part of the 2022 ABT Incubator. During this four-week residency, four choreographers will create new works for ABT dancers. Check out danceincubation.com for details. You can also follow the incubator on Twitter for updates. To apply, visit danceincubation.com. This article will give you some pointers.
Fabrique de la Danse
La Fabrique de la Danse uses entrepreneurial tools to support the creation and development of choreographic projects. This program aims to support creative artists in the areas of artistic performance, dance technology, and cultural exchange. Participants will be involved in the creation process from start to finish. The Fabrique de la Danse also encourages dance projects that have social impact. To date, it has supported over 200 artistic projects. This includes both professionals and amateurs.
The Fabrique de la Danse supports the artistic development of the choreographers of tomorrow. The program helps them evolve their craft and grow their name in the world of dance. It offers a one-year training to choreographers, and works towards defining and valorising their know-how. The Fabrique de la Danse aims to increase the value of choreography in society. To this end, it encourages the social engagement of choreographers and supports them in their career development.
Dance Lab New York
Since opening its doors in 2007, Dance Lab New York has supported over 70 choreographers with grants in space, time and dancers. The company offers multiple programs for both aspiring and established choreographers. You can learn more about each program by checking out its website. The company is also committed to a diversity of artistic styles and genres. To join the next Lab Cycle, submit your audition materials to get the scoop on how to become a member.
One of the programs offered by Dance Lab New York is a development lab for choreographers of color. In partnership with the Joyce Theater Foundation, the company creates a development lab for female choreographers of color. Four choreographers will work on new works during the three-week development lab. The four works will culminate in a showcase at the Guggenheim Museum’s Works & Process. The project has received numerous awards and is set to continue to grow over time.
Headlong’s Incubated Arts Program
Incubated Arts program was launched in 2013. The Headlong Foundation provides subsidized rehearsal space, strategic thinking and fiscal sponsorship to emerging artists. This program is for artists residing in marginalized communities. The Headlong Foundation supports the arts by supporting artistic practices that address the issues that society faces. It provides an environment where emerging artists can experiment, be creative, and learn from their peers. Headlong is also committed to preserving the art form.
Unlike Pig Iron and New Paradise, Headlong has a different philosophy and focus. It prioritizes the people in its community and reevaluates artists’ status as working artists. This is why Headlong is a vital organization in the Philadelphia arts scene. While the program may not be for every artist, it could be crucial for the future of the arts. We look forward to the next year’s launch!