Festival of New Dance 2019 Call for Submissions
NDW's annual Festival of New Dance is known for showcasing compelling and provocative contemporary dance works from across Canada while providing main stage opportunities for local choreographers. Our vision is to bring a diverse program that challenges and inspires our community through main stage performances, site-specific events, workshops, discussion forums, film screenings and art exhibitions.

Deadline for submissions is June 5, 2018. (postmarked submissions will be accepted)

The FND dates for 2019 are October 7-12.

Email address *
Please tell us about yourself! What inspires your artistic practice and ideas?
Name of applicant (individual or company):
Name of choreographer:
Contact person (name, email, phone):
Title of piece:
Length of piece:
Short description of the work:
Number of performers and their names:
Bios for choreographers, dancers, designers, technicians, musicians, etc:
Number of people traveling (including dancers, musicians, designers, technicians):
Name of city the individuals will be traveling from:
Please indicate the work's current stage of development :
If applicable, please describe the history of this work (ie. indicate the premiere date, premiere city, presentation/touring history, etc):
Please describe the technical scope of the work (physical logistics, equipment, floor and space/venue needs, lighting and sound, video and projection details. You can also upload your technical rider in the following section):
Technical Rider (if available):
Anticipated freight cost:
Please provide video links to the proposed work with working passwords. If your work is still in development, please include rehearsal footage:
If prefered, please upload video of the proposed work. If your work is still in development, please include rehearsal footage:
I have paid my submission fee ($35):
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