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DanceWorks is accepting applications for the 2020/21 DanceWorks CoWorks Series. Self-presenting professional dance artists/companies, events and festivals, working in any dance form, are invited to apply. Events must take place between October 1, 2020 and June 15, 2021.
SPARC (Supporting Performing Arts in Rural and Remote Communities)
The International Association of Blacks in Dance (IABD) hosts its 33rd Annual International Conference and Festival of Blacks in Dance – GLOBALLY CONNECTED: WHAT DOES OUR TOMORROW HOLD? – in Toronto, Canada from January 26 - 31, 2021, in partnership with dance Immersion.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Kaeja d'Dance is thrilled to announce our first iteration of Open Circuit - RBC Kaeja Emerging Artists Project. Thanks to RBC, we are offering a mentorship platform for two emerging artists to develop and expand on their practices as choreographers, curators and producers.
Taking place from June 2020 - February 2021, the selected artists will receive mentorship and support from Karen Kaeja, Allen Kaeja, Michael Caldwell and a guest mentor.
CALLING ALL CONTACT IMPROV DANCERS/FILMMAKERS
The Contact Dance International Film Festival (CDIFF) which is upcoming up in fall 2020 is seeking CI film submission of all levels. Your film can be filmed on your cell phone or it can be a high production value film.
The submission deadline has been extended to is June 30, 2020.
As we understand things are tough for many please use this code to wave submission fee.
To continue creating and sharing art during this difficult time, Dance : Corps is launching a "flash show" as part of our online project series, Another Day in COVID-19 Land.
The "performance" will be a mixed bill of dance videos that are not currently available to the public. We will release the selection on Youtube for 48 hours from 11am April 16th to 11am April 18th, and will request spectators donate to the arts relief fund of their choice (ex. TOArtist COVID-19 Response Fund, The Dance Plug's relief fund, Bad News Days' grocery allowance, etc).
Call for Submissions: Dancing during quarantine. We want your photos and recipes, which reflect your social distancing activities and amusements, during COVID-19.
Submit for editorial consideration before noon on Monday, April 6.
The Social Distancing Festival is an online artist’s community made to celebrate and showcase the work of the many artists around the world who have been affected by the need for social distancing that has come about due to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Interested in submitting? Contact Nick! Details below. Read through the following information first!
#CanadaPerforms How to Apply
“Music, dance and theatre have an enduring power to comfort, to inspire, to lift our spirits. Equally, performers thrive on their relationship with audiences. In this challenging time, artists and audiences, indeed all of us, need each other more than ever.” – NAC President and CEO Christopher Deacon
All are invited to dance with us!
Dance with us through this time of physical distancing! Let's keep building community, share stories, and keep in-touch.
We invite you to send us a physical gesture reflecting on:
What does connection mean to you at this time?
Stay connected and send us your love in a gesture.
Your 3-5 second video can be filmed on your cell phone, camera, webcam, etc.