Next Reflex Dance Collective Cultural Dance Festival Application
NRDC is seeking world dance forms rooted in cultural tradition for the Cultural Dance Festival December 1, 2018 at 7pm at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton VA. Dance artists and dance companies are invited to apply that reflect all aspects of culture, including sacred or spiritual dances, social dance, secular or vernacular dance, dances from life cycle events, and innovative work based in traditional dance forms. Performances must be 15 minutes or under.

Submissions should include:

- Choreography that is performed.
- Choreography can be 15 minutes or less in length
- Choreography can be submitted in progress but choreographer should
submit completed work via video by November 15, 2018.
- A link that represents the choreography proposed
- Deadline to submit piece is November 1 by midnight.

**Performers must be available for tech December 1 starting at 9am. (usually tech time is flexible please note in the application if you need a specific time bracket for tech that day) **

For questions please contact Roxann Morgan Rowley at roxann@nextreflex.org or info@nextreflex.org .

About Next Reflex Dance Collective

Next Reflex Dance Collective was founded by Roxann Morgan Rowley and Erika Surma in 2007. An award winning modern dance company based in Northern Virginia, NRDC has been presented throughout the region by multiple venues and festivals including The DC Dance Festival, The Charlotte Dance Festival, The DUMBO Dance Festival, The Cool NY Dance Festival, The Goose Route Dance Festival, The Howard Community Festival, Mason/Rhynes Productions “Late Night Series”, The Carter Barron Amphitheater, The Workhouse Arts Center, The American Dance Institute, Dance Place, The Harman Center for the Arts, The 2010 Metro DC Dance Awards, The National Theater, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, among others. NRDC has received support from the Puffin Foundation, the Arts Council of the Valley, the DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, and the Arts Council of Fairfax County. NRDC’s en Route! A Touring Dance Project was established in 2007 with the purpose of bringing together diverse artists from various communities to broaden the awareness of dance performance in select cities and to provide touring opportunities for independent artists and small companies. In 2009, NRDC was the proud recipient of the Metro DC Dance Awards’ “Founders Award” for innovation in dance and was a finalist in multiple award categories. Next Reflex Dance Collective is in residence at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, VA helping to provide a space for dance dialogue and growth in the Northern VA.

Our Mission
It is NRDC’s mission to create art collaboratively with artists of all disciplines and to support the creation of experimental dance work. As a unit, we are committed to creating new work which challenges ideas and broadens perceptions, while also encouraging experimentation at the highest level. We are devoted to being a part of our dance community’s growth through the inclusion of various artists in specific performance and outreach programs. Each NRDC collaborator brings a new community of not only audience but also outreach to our collective.

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