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NameOpportunity TypeCompensationLast DeadlineRestrictons# of RecipientsPast Recipient(s)NotesLink
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Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater New Directions Choreography Lab
Company Initiatives, Fellowships, & Competitions$9,500 in fulln/an/a4Kyle Marshall and Rennie Harris; Davalois Fearon and Gus Solomons, Jr.; Yusha-Marie Sorzano and Charmaine Warren; and Bryn Cohn and Joanna Koetze, Ephrat Asherie, Brice Mousset, Netta Yerushalmy, Juel D. Lane, Adam Barruch, Camille A. Brown, Joanna Kotze, Malcolm LowThe New Directions Choreography Lab itself will continue for an eighth year, assisting choreographers in developing their craft by granting resident fellowships to four emerging and mid-career artists.https://www.alvinailey.org/choreography-unlocked-festival
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American Ballet Theatre Women's MovementCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & Competitionsn/an/an/an/aMichelle Dorrance, Lauren Lovette, Twyla Tarp, Jessica Lang, Gemma Bond, Claudia Schreier, Stefanie Batte Bland, Cathy MarstonThe ABT Women’s Movement is a multi-year initiative to support the creation, exploration and staging of new works by female choreographers for American Ballet Theatre and the ABT Studio Company.  The ABT Women’s Movement will support at least three female choreographers each season to create new works for American Ballet Theatre.  In most years, one work will be designated for ABT’s main Company, one for the ABT Studio Company and one will be a work-in-process workshop for ABT or Studio Company dancers.  Each choreographer will work with her respective group of dancers for a two-to-five week period, receiving guidance and feedback from ABT’s artistic staff.https://www.abt.org/community/diversity-inclusion/abt-womens-movement/
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Amy Seiwert's Imagery SKETCH SeriesCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsCommissionn/an/a3Amy Seiwert, Ben Needham-Wood, Stephanie Martinez, Julia Adam, Gina Patterson, Adam Hougland, Susan RoemerThe purpose of the SKETCH series is to provide a safe environment for risk-taking in contemporary ballet choreography. The performances take place in intimate theaters, and works-in-progress showings with moderated Q&As occur throughout the process. The dancers chosen for this series are incredibly open and generous collaborators, highly invested in the creative process. It is Imagery’s hope that by fostering environments that allow choreographers to take chances, we can do our part to further innovation in our art form.https://www.asimagery.org/sketch-series
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Andrew W. Mellon Foundation GrantsFellowships/Scholarshipsn/an/aBy invitation onlyn/an/aThe Foundation funds residency programs for artists ranging from short-term intensive residencies to multi-year salaried positions. It also supports development of works beyond their performance. Grants are not made to individuals and application is by invitation only.https://mellon.org/programs/arts-and-cultural-heritage/performing-arts/
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Annual Mid-Atlantic Choreographer's ShowcaseFellowships/ScholarshipsWork featured in Choreographer's Showcasen/an/arangesSadie Weinberg, Megan Payne, Zachary Frazee, Mariah Eastman, Lauren Lambert, Starrene FosterFor 16 years the Mid-Atlantic Choreographers Showcase has produced over 120 choreographers from 60 different cities and has continually been the only dance festival on the east coast that provides support for new works by professional dance companies. Through an adjudication process, the choreographers are selected for the Showcase with the ultimate goal of providing three performances of eclectic and engaging dance works within one weekend in Richmond, Virginia. It is our goal to recognize and promote other dance companies and expose them to the flourishing dance scene in Richmond. https://www.starrfosterdance.org/performances/2018/6/22/17th-annual-mid-atlantic-choreographers-showcase
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Arkansas Arts Council Individual Artist FellowshipFellowships/Scholarships$4,000 12-Apr-19Categories of grant recipients change each year; 2020 includes Literary Arts, Performing Arts (Dance Choreography), and Visual Arts.9Russell Leigh Sharman, Karen CastlemanUnconditional, nonmatching awards made directly to individual artists, these fellowships are awarded annually to recognize the creative excellence of the recipient's work and enables him or her to create more. Funding categories change each year.http://www.arkansasarts.org/aac-grants/grants-individual-artist-fellowship
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Arts For Life! ScholarshipFellowships/Scholarships$1,000 scholarship4-Feb-19Only open to graduating high school seniors. Choreography not defined as the area of dance for which scholarship is rewarded.25Ana MossArts for Life! annually awards $1,000 scholarships to 25 graduating high school seniors in Florida who demonstrate excellence in creative writing, dance, drama, music or visual art.  Launched by former First Lady Columba Bush in 1999, the program has awarded scholarships to more than 450 gifted high school seniors.https://artsforlifeaward.org/apply/
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Arts Oasis International Residency - ArtUniverse Fellowships/ScholarshipsUp to €450 and participation in ArtUniverse program in Italy.n/aOpen to dancers, choreographers, actors and contemporary circus performers with professional stage experience, multidisciplinary artists passionate and inspired by movement, dance and Physical Theatre, interested in practical research of contemporary performance practice together with colleagues from all over the world. n/an/aArts Oasis is the annual international residential lab for performing arts practitioners from different countries working in various techniques, genres and styles. This creative residency is open to dancers, choreographers, actors and contemporary circus performers with professional stage experience, multidisciplinary artists passionate and inspired by movement, dance and physical theatre, interested in practical research of contemporary performance practice together with colleagues from all over the world. http://www.artuniverse.org/grants
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Association of Performing Arts Professionals Cultural Exchange Fund GrantFellowships/Scholarships$2,000 per artistvariesFor U.S.-based APAP members only.n/anoneThis funding is not choreography focused; the Fund operates on three year cycle. Grants of up to $2,000 can be awarded to individuals and up to $10,000 for groups. Below is the application cycle for the current grant period.
https://www.apap365.org/Programs/Funding-Opportunities/Cultural-Exchange-Fund
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Avant Chamber Ballet- Women's Choreographic ProjectCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & Competitions$1,500 in full; licensing of the work for ACB for 2 years; travel costs are negotiable for a two week residency to create work.30-Apr-18$25 application fee; for women only; 18 y.o. or older.1-4Michelle Thompson Ulerich, Hailey von Schlehnried, Kaitlyn McDermitt, Shauna Davis, Janie Richard, Amy Diane Morrow, Elizabeth Gillaspy, Emily Hunter, Katie PuderAvant Chamber Ballet presents its Women’s Choreography Project with an open application to emerging female choreographers. http://avantchamberballet.org/wcp.html
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Ballet Memphis New American Dance ResidencyCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsTwo week cultural immersion at different Memphis sites, time to work with Ballet Memphis dancers, and informal showing with panel10-Dec-18US citizens or permanent residents only; required prior experience working with professional dancers and/or advanced level students; two professional references required.n/aValerie D. Alpert, Tommie-Waheed Evans, Michael Medcalf, Crystal Michelle PerkinsThis unique residency is aimed at dance-makers who are interested in exploring the intersection of art and community. This program hopes to identify choreographers who have been historically under-represented in the field. https://balletmemphis.org/new-american-dance-residency
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BalletX 2017-2018 Choreographic FellowshipCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsMentorship by renowned choreographer, $5,000 choreographic fee to create a 20-25 minute ensemble ballet on the company’s 10 dancers, round-trip transportation to Philadelphia, per diem, accommodations, budget of $7,000 for costumes, scenic design, and music (original composition or rights), a minimum of 12 performances of the work at a Philadelphia theater during the 2019-2020 Season29-Mar-19Must have completed first commission on a professional dance company within the past 5 years, have never choreographed on BalletX, be able to work legally in US, and be at least 18 y.o.1Katarzyna Skarpetowska, Cayetano Soto, Yin YueBalletX launched the Choreographic Fellowship program, an opportunity for emerging artists to expand their experience and further develop their unique voices under the mentorship and guidance of established choreographers.https://www.balletx.org/programs/choreographic-fellowship/
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Bayerische Staatsoper (Munich) Young ChoreographersCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & Competitionsn/an/an/an/aŠtěpán Pechar, Menghan Lou, Dustin Klein, Peter WalkerYoung choreographers performance by the company that occurs annually.https://www.staatsoper.de/en/productioninfo/junge-choreographen-2018.html
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Beijing International Ballet and Choreography CompetitionCompetitions/AwardsSubsidized transportation to competition of 6000 Yuan (for Western candidates), 2000 Yuan for candidates from regions like Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, or 1000 Yuan for candidates from Mainland China other than Beijing. Free housing in rooms with twin beds. Visa document provided (not visa fees).31-Mar-19Must be from 18 to 40 y.o.; $100 application fee; solo, pas de deux, or pas de trois only, ballet or contemporary acceptedn/an/aWith a goal to select excellent choreographers and to further promote international exchanges, the competition invites applicants for the Choreography Competition aged between 18 to 40 years old.http://china-ibcc.org/EN/index.html
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Bonnie Bird New Choreography AwardFellowships/Scholarships£10,000 award, advisorship or support of artists sponsored by the BBCF Board of Trustees and Advisors.n/aAny genre accepted1Alexander WhitleyThe Bonnie Bird New Choreography Award is a biennial award of £10,000. It is open to applications from choreographers and artists working choreographically, who are based in the UK, and have been working professionally (excluding study) for more than five years. The award has been created to support a bespoke range of activities, identified by an artist that will support their overall creative development, rather than producing a completed new work.http://www.bonniebird.org/bbnca.html
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Capezio A.C.E. AwardsCompetitions/AwardsFinalists present their work to a panel at the Dance Teacher Summit. 3 winners receive funds to produce a full-length show.3-May-19Any genre accepted; 5 dancers in the group at least; one submission per choreographer3Mary Grace McNally, Marissa Osato, Will Johnston, Martha Nichols, Travis WallA choreography competition dedicated to introducing the next generation of emerging and influential choreographers to the dance world. Now in its eleventh season, the Capezio A.C.E. Awards receives hundreds of choreography submissions every year, representing all styles of dance from tap, jazz, ballet, modern to musical theatrehttp://danceteachersummit.com/aceawards
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Charlotte Ballet Choreographic LabCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsPerformance of work in front of studio audiencen/aFor Charlotte Ballet dancers onlyRangesn/aThis up-close and informal performance is designed to give aspiring choreographers the opportunity to present work and the audience the chance to experience new choreographic voices. Dancers from Charlotte Ballet will work all season long on their composition with mentorship by Artistic Director Hope Muir.http://charlotteballet.org/tickets/choreographiclab/
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CHIME: Choreographers in Mentorship ExchangeFellowships/ScholarshipsMentorship, a grant for participation, 80 hours of free rehearsal space, participation in three residency weekends and one open showing.n/aFor California-based choreographers3Jesselito Bie, randy e. reyes, Nadhi ThekkekChoreographers in Mentorship Exchange (CHIME) is a mentorship program for professional choreographers. Participants receive significant support over one year to establish and explore a working relationship that includes, but is not limited to, work in the studio.https://www.mjdc.org/chime
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ChoreograpHER - Boston BalletCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsWorkshop and presentation of workn/aFor female dancers/emerging choreographers and dance students. BB@home 2019 program of the initiative was for female artists from within the Company only.n/aLia Cirio, Hannah Bettes, Jessica Burrows, Lauren Flower, Sage Humphries, Haley SchwanAn initiative that establishes a model for female students and professional dancers to develop choreographic skills and invests in new, innovative works by female artists. It has three main pillars: In the classroom; In the studio; and On stage.https://www.bostonballet.org/Home/Support/choreograpHER-initiative.aspx
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Congressional Black Caucus Spouses Heineken USA Performing Arts ScholarshipFellowships/Scholarships$3,000 scholarship31-Mar-19Choreography not defined as the area of dance for which scholarship is rewarded; must be permanent US resident or citizen; must be currently enrolled full-time in an accredited academic institution with a minimum of 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale; for qualified African-American or black students only.n/an/aThis award is for full-time students with majors in the performing arts including, but not limited to, drama, music, dance, opera, marching bands, and other musical ensembles.https://cbcfinc.academicworks.com/opportunities/533
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Copenhagen International Choreography CompetitionCompetitions/AwardsFirst Place - 30,000 DKK, Second Place - 20,000 DKK, Third Place - 10,000 DKK5-May-19Must be under 40 y.o.; open to pieces of up to six performers; choreographers and their dancers must have professional experiencerangesn/aThe Copenhagen International Choreography Competition (CICC) is a platform to discover and promote emerging contemporary choreographers. Since its founding in 2008, the CICC has been an annual event attracting talent from around the world, as well as becoming one of the most recognized choreography competitions in Europe. It has launched the careers of many talented choreographers.https://www.cph-icc.dk/
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Creative Capital AwardCompetitions/AwardsUp to $50,000 in direct funding and career development services.28-Feb-19Must be at least 25 y.o., a working artist with at least five years of professional experience, and US citizen, permanent legal resident, or O-1 Visa holdern/aKyle Abraham, Raja Feather Kelly, Heather Kravas, Alice Sheppard, Ni'ja WhitsonOver the past 20 years, we have developed a four-part approach that includes support for you, your project, your community, and your audience. Through funding, professional development, individual meetings with close colleagues, and consistent engagement with our staff, we provide you with the resources you will need at strategic moments in your process. These include: consultations with legal, financial, marketing, public relations, and web consultants; an orientation meeting, Artist Retreats and Regional Gatherings; ten meetings with a strategic planning coach; and much more.https://creative-capital.org/award/about/
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Dance Ireland Mentorship AwardCompetitions/AwardsMentorship by an artist of their choosing, € 4,000 and two weeks of studio residency.Mar-19For members of Dance Ireland only who are mid-career artistsn/aKate Haughton, Catherine YoungThe Mentorship Award is an opportunity for a dance artist to access a self-directed mentorship programme with a chosen international mentor at a key stage of their career.  The award available is for a maximum of €4000 with up to two weeks of studio residency in DanceHousehttps://www.danceireland.ie/artist-development/artist-opportunities/menotrship/
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Dance Ireland ResidenciesFellowships/ScholarshipsResidency to share work and process at DanceHouse. Specific residencies provide accommodation, travel, and/or per diemsn/aFor regionally-based artists and companies (Ireland)Emma Martin, Laura Sarah Dowdall, Emma O'KaneThe Dance Ireland Residency Programme facilitates dance artists to maintain a studio practice and supports the creation of new dance work.https://www.danceireland.ie/artist-development/artist-opportunities/dance-ireland-residencies/
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Dance Under the Stars Choreography FestivalFellowships/Scholarships$10,000 Grand Prize, $3,000 Second Place, varying solo to ensemble cash awards.1-May-19n/a5n/aDedicated to the advancement of dance as an art form, specifically through the support and promotion of quality choreography, this festival includes a choreography competition, outreach projects, workshops, residencies and a Lifetime Achievement Award presentation.https://www.mccallumtheatre.com/index.php/education/choreography-festival
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Danish Dance Theatre - The GeneratorCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsCommissionn/an/a3Alessandro Sousa Pereira, Edhem Jesenkovic, Sebastian KloborgTHE GENERATOR is a company within the company – a unique concept ranging over three years, where choreographers and spectators alike get to explore new sides of Danish Dance Theatre.http://www.danskdanseteater.dk/performances/generator?language=en
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Emerge by Repertory Dance TheatreCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsCommissionn/aFor dancers and staff of Repertory Dance Theatre only.rangesLinda C. Smith, Jaclyn Brown, Nicholas Cendese, Lauren Curley, Daniel Do, Dan Higgins, Tyler Orcutt, Ursula Perry, Megan O'Brien, Elle JohansenDancers and staff of Repertory Dance Theatre create new choreography in this initiative by the Utah company.https://www.rdtutah.org/shows/emerge.html
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Emergent Choreographers ContestFellowships/Scholarships1st Prize Award of two creating and performing residencies, a 20-minute performance for 10 to 20 dancers during a three week residency with either the Ballet de l’Opéra national de Bordeaux (Bordeaux National Opera Ballet) or the CCN/ Ballet de l’Opéra national du Rhin. Provided from 10 to 20 dancers, a rehearsal studio, personnel, costumes and accessories, and lighting design. Biarritz Award will provide 15,000 to a choreographer or company. Professionals’ Award and Audience’s Award will include a 3,000 grant each.17-Dec-17Must be at least 18 y.o. or considered the age of majority in their country of origin and not over 35 y.o.; for choreographers who use academic dance language; 3 to 6 dancers per pieceRangesLudmila Komkova, Robert Bondara, Julien Guérin, Xenia Wiest, Martin Harriague, Ricardo AmaranteTo assist emerging young choreographers, in 2015, Charles Jude and Thierry Malandain decided to create a competition to identify, highlight and assist two budding talents during three seasons by giving them the means to create for an ensemble of classical dancers and present their work to audiences.Today, the Bordeaux National Opera’s Ballet, the Malandain Ballet Biarritz with the CCN Ballet de l’Opéra national du Rhin and the support of the Caisse des Dépôts group, launch the 2nd Edition of the Emergent choreographers contest. Yet to be determined whether or not this contest will reoccur during later seasons. The residency (award) is now occurring throughout 2019.http://www.concours-de-jeunes-choregraphes.com/en/presentation/
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Emerging Female Classical Choreographer Initiative - Dance AustraliaCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsA Research and development residency at the Sydney Opera House and a commission to create a work for The Australian Ballet's Bodytorque season .28-Feb-19Must be female classical choreographer1n/aAimed at emerging female classical choreographers, the purpose of this important initiative is to encourage and foster professional skills development for emerging female choreographers creating work in the classical and modern ballet genres. http://www.danceaustralia.com.au/news/calling-all-emerging-female-classical-choreographers
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Footland New Zealand Dance ChoreolabFellowships/ScholarshipsWorkshopping, paid opportunity to work with Choreolab creators on a new project, four-week paid contract for select participants.7-Nov-18$250 or $300 application fee depending on timing; for applicants from New Zealand and overseasrangesn/aFootnote New Zealand Dance Choreolab is firmly established as the most significant professional development event for dance practitioners in New Zealand, drawing artists from around the country and overseas to Wellington each summer.https://footnote.org.nz/choreolab-2019/
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Genesis - Milwaukee BalletCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsCommissionn/aFor domestic and international choreographers; a current contract with a professional classical or contemporary dance company required3Cass Mortimer Eipper, Aleix Mane, Kenneth Tindall, Enrico Morelli, Mariana Oliveira, George Williamson, Riccardo De Negris, Garret Smith, Matthew TusaAn opportunity for young artists to feature works on a company, the program selects finalists who will showcase new works created on the company and vie for the prize of a commission—which will be awarded by a panel of guest artistic directors. Audiences will enjoy their own adjudication process by voting for an Audience Choice Award. Choreographers from around the world submit footage of work they’ve created. The only credential they need is a current contract with a professional classical or contemporary dance company.https://www.milwaukeeballet.org/performance/genesis-2019/
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Hanover International Choreographic CompetitionCompetitions/Awardsvaries; cash prize and commissions 17-Apr-19Must have completed professional training; must not be older than 35 y.o.. Performance limited between 5-12 minutes. All genres accepted.rangesPhilippe Kratz, Zhiren Xiao, Hung-Chung Lai, Gil Kerer, Korina Fraiman, Nicole Caruana, Mohamad Sufri Juwahir, Rudi Cole, Julia RobertIt is the goal of this International contest to provide a platform for young choreography talents to flourish. There are many dance competitions around, but only very few worldwide platforms, where new choreography talent is given an opportunity, to be noticed. The competition enables young choreographers to present themselves to a renowned expert jury and to experience the advantages of professional stage technology. It also provides them with the opportunity to exchange ideas with colleagues and the audience.http://ballettgesellschaft.squarespace.com/
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Helsinki International Ballet Competition Choreography AwardsCompetitions/Awardsup to € 6 000n/aJunior (aged 15 to 19 y.o.) and Senior (aged 20 to 25 y.o.) divisions; all nationalities accepted; genres of modern and classicalrangesEddy Toussaint, Robert North, Mark Godden, Tero Saarinen, Ntsikelelo G. Cekwana, Krysztof Pastor, Daryl Brandwood, Mei WangThe Helsinki International Ballet Competition was founded by a woman, Professor Doris Laine-Almi. It includes awards for choreographers, despite being a dancer-focused initiative. The next competition will be held in June 2020.http://ibchelsinki.fi/en/
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Het National Ballet Young Creative AssociatesCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsFellowshipn/an/an/aJuanjo Arques, Peter LeungThis new initiative by the company will assist in developing young choreographic talent. The Young Creative Associates will be associated with Dutch National Ballet for several years and will receive both artistic and technical support from the company.https://www.operaballet.nl/en/node/5523
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Hubbard Street Dance Chicago danc(e)volve: New Works FestivalCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsNew work commissioned on fellow-company membersn/aFor artists associated with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago only.RangesRena Butler, Florian Lochner, Alice KlockThe three-part danc(e)volve features old and new works created by artists associated with the company. Each piece draws on the choreographer’s personal experiences to create a unique, insightful work beautifully performed by Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. The series is reoccurring with different artists every yearhttps://www.hubbardstreetdance.com/
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Instituto Coreográfico - Ballet HispanicoCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsResidencyn/aFor latino artists only.n/an/aA choreography institute for Latino artists, to create culturally specific work in a nurturing learning laboratory of dance. This innovative learning laboratory provides both emerging choreographers and dance filmmakers with a professional and supportive environment to explore their heritage and to develop their craft. Throughout their residency, choreographers receive ongoing feedback from a group of notable artistic mentors and advisers, archive recordings of the rehearsals, an edited film of the resulting work, an academic adviser, and a showing of their work. https://www.ballethispanico.org/performances/instituto-coreografico
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International Choreography Grant - Swedish Arts Grants Committee's International Dance ProgrammeFellowships/ScholarshipsSEK 75,000-150,000 to cover travel costs, accommodation, subsistence, and fees for a period of two to five months.n/aArtistic practice must be in Sweden.1 or 2n/aThe background for the International Choreography grant is to provide favourable conditions for choreographers to develop their artistic practice abroad for an extended period of time and to deepen their international work. Every year the International Dance Programme at the Swedish Arts Grants Committee awards one or two grants.https://www.konstnarsnamnden.se/Internationalchoreographygrant
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Jacob's Pillow Dance AwardFellowships/Scholarships$25,000 in full, three-week residency at the Pillow with unlimited use of studio space, access to Archives at Jacob's Pillow.n/an/a1Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Faye Driscoll, Liz Lerman, Camille A. Brown, Liz Gerring, Annie-B Parson, Paul LazarThe Award, presented each year at the Season Opening Gala to an artist of exceptional vision, carries a cash prize of $25,000 which the artist can use in any way they wish. The honoree also receives a custom-designed glass sculpture by Berkshire-based artist Tom Patti, whose work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, among other prominent institutions worldwide. The remaining $25,000 of the annual gift supports Jacob’s Pillow commissions, presentations, and the creation of new work through a Pillow Lab residency.https://www.jacobspillow.org/programs/opportunities-for-artists/jacobs-pillow-dance-award/
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Joffrey Winning WorksCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & Competitions$5,000 stipend, 2 Roundtrip flights to Chicago and housing accomodations, per diem, 30+ hours of rehearsal, rehearsal assistant, costume designer, and lighting designer1-Sep-19Calls for African, Latinx, Asian, Arab and Native American artists.Tommie-Waheed Evans, Marissa Osato, Xiang Xu, Edgar Zendejas, Telmo Moreira, Omar Román De Jesús, Claudia Schreier, Luis Vazquez, Shannon Alvis, Sean Aaron Carmon, Karen Gabay, Jeffrey Cirio, Christian Denice, Mariana Oliviera, Amy E. Hall, Francisco Avina, Ray Mercer, Carlos dos Santos Jr., Bennyroyce Royon, Jimmy Orrante, Stephanie MartinezThe Winning Works Choreographic Competition was created to recognize talented and emerging ALAANA choreographers and to provide them with a platform to showcase their original and innovative work. The winning choreographers are awarded a $5,000 stipend and are given the opportunity to seek guidance from The Mary B. Galvin Artistic Director of The Joffrey Ballet, Ashley Wheater, and Head of Studio Company and Trainee Program Raymond Rodriguez.http://www.joffrey.org/winningworks
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Kennedy Center Millennium Stage Local Dance Commissioning ProjectFellowships/Scholarships$7,500 in full, private showings for choreographers, rehearsal space at the Kennedy Center, Technical support14-Dec-18For DC Metro Area choreographers/companies with works of lengths between 20 and 50 minutes; dancers in piece must also be local to the DC Metro Area.rangesKalanidhi Dance, Erica Rae Smith, Diana Movius, Meghan Kamiche Abadoo, Kyoko Ruch, Sarah Beth Oppenheim, Maverick Lemons, Ed Tyler, Deborah Riley, Nilimma DeviKennedy Center LDCP awards are given to local (DC Metro Area) dance choreographers/companies to create a new work or a combination of works to premiere on the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage in September/October. Commissions are awarded by a panel consisting of Kennedy Center staff based on the strength of application and artistic merit. Awards will be announced in January/February, and recipients will then have time for creative development through August. Exact performance dates are determined after artist selection.http://www.kennedy-center.org/pages/specialevents/dancecommission
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Knight Foundation - Knights Arts ChallengeFellowships/Scholarships$1 million in Akron and $2 million in Detroit and Miami19-Apr-19Anyone making a project in the Akron, Detroit, or South Florida region can enter the Knight Arts Challenge ( individual artist, artist collective, nonprofit organization or for-profit business); must also find other funding to match the Knight Foundation grantn/an/aThe Knight Arts Challenge funds the best ideas that connect people to place and to each other through the arts. In 2019, we’ll open challenges in Akron, Detroit and Miami, and invite applications from artists and arts organizations in each of these cities. https://www.knightfoundation.org/challenges/knight-arts-challenge
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Les Prix de la Danse de MontréalCompetitions/Awardsvaries; cash prizen/aFor presentation on Montreal stage; prizes may be limited to artists from the Quebec regionrangesCrystal Pite, Louise Bédard, Katia-Marie Germain, Tentacle Tribe, France Geoffroy, Francine Bernier, Dena Davida, Daniel Léveillé, Constance V. Pathy, Lorrainse Hébert, Victor Quijada, Manuel RoqueEach year the board of directors nominates jury members whose task it is to attend dance performances presented at Montreal theatres and to select the winners of the GRAND PRIX DE LA DANSE, the PRIX INTERPRÈTE and the PRIX DÉCOUVERTE.http://prixdeladanse.com/en/home/
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MacArthur Fellows ProgramFellowships/Scholarships$625,000 over 5 yearsn/aNominees are brought to the Program's attention through a constantly changing pool of invited external nominators chosen from as broad a range of fields and areas of interest as possible20-30Michelle Dorrance, Merce Cunningham, Paul TaylorThe Fellows are individuals in various fields, not limited to the arts, who are encouraged to persue their own professional and creative inclinations. Announcement of the annual list is usually made in September. While there are no quotas or limits, typically 20 to 30 Fellows are selected each year. Since 1981, 1014 people have been named MacArthur Fellows.Nominators, evaluators, and selectors all serve anonymously and their correspondence is kept confidential. This policy enables participants to provide their honest impressions independent of outside influence.https://www.macfound.org/programs/fellows/
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Matthew Bourne's New Adventures Choreographer AwardCompetitions/Awards12 months of mentoring and support to develop new work to be presented by New Adventures and a showcase performance3-Aug-18For emerging choreographers of all ages.RangesJamaal Burkmar, James Cousins, John Ross, Sally Marie, Caroline FinnThe biennial NACA award is run by the charitable arm of New Adventures, Re:Bourne, who provide support on budgeting, publicity, contracting, fundraising and tour booking. Projects are produced and managed by New Adventures and Re:Bourne Resident Artists Kerry Biggin and Lee Smikle. https://new-adventures.net/news/naca-2016-winner-announced
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McCallum Theatre Education Annual Choreography FestivalFellowships/ScholarshipsPre-professional and professional awards and one Lifetime Achievement Award. Participants partake in dance projects, workshops, master classes, and special presentations. Fiscal reward provided with honors.1-May-18n/a4Manuel Vignoulle (M/motions), Danielle Rowe (SFDanceworks), McKell Lemon, Erik SaradponChoreography by both emerging and established dancemakers takes center stage in McCallum’s popular festival, now in its 21styear. Exciting original dances in a number of styles are performed by companies from across the nation and abroad with winners announced at the conclusion of each performance. Highlighting dance as an art form, this event always delivers an interesting mix of work by inventive artists.https://www.mccallumtheatre.com/index.php/education/choreography-festival
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McKnight Artist Fellowship for
Choreographers
Fellowships/Scholarships$25,000 in full5-Sep-18For Minnesota choreographers only; must be mid-career with work of exceptional artistic merit and a substantial body of work overtime; history of sustained professional choreographic work over a period of at least five years; no prior recipients of a McKnight Artist Fellowship within the last five years3Deja Stowers, Laurie Van Wieren, Taja Will, Meagan Mayer, Rosy Simas, Pramila Vasudevan, Patrick Scully, Chris Schlichting, Vanessa Voskuil, Penelope Freeh, The Bodycartopgraphy, Megan MayerThe McKnight Fellowships for Choreographers annually awards three fellowships of $25,000 each to Minnesota choreographers. The awards are unrestricted and can help an artist set aside periods of time for study, reflection, experimentation, and exploration; take advantage of an opportunity; or work on a new project. The fellowship program is designed to award Minnesota choreographers whose work is of exceptional artistic merit, who have created a substantial body of work over a period of time, and who are at a career stage that is beyond emerging.http://www.mcknightdancechoreo.org/fellows
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Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Creative FellowshipsFellowships/ScholarshipsCreative Fellows receive $3,000 or $1,500 (depending on the length of stay) in support of their residency.  The grant is paid to the respective colony directly on behalf of the artist.n/aFor artists in Delaware, Maryland, New York, West Virginia, District of Columbia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and the US Virgin Islands onlyn/aMid Atlantic Arts Foundation’s grant programs for artists allow artists to explore and create, provide touring engagements regionally and internationally, help to build audiences, and provide support and services to assist in career development.https://www.midatlanticarts.org/grants-programs/grants-for-artists/#creative-fellowships
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Moscow International Contest of ChoreographersCompetitions/AwardsFirst Prize - $30000, Gold Medal and the title of Laureate, Second Prize - $25000, Silver Medal and the title of Laureate, and Third Prize - $20000, Bronze Medal and the title of Laureate. In addition to the above prizes, three diplomas also shall be granted to choreographers, together with the title of Diploma Holder and Monetary Awards of $5000 each.17-Apr-17Divided into age categories from 14 y.o. to 27 y.o.; application fee of $100 for Junior Group applicants and $120 for Senior Group applicants; visa after receiving a formal invitation letter3Wen Xiaochao, Zuniga Jimenez Eduardo Andres, Madan Nina, Merkuriev Andrey, Liu Tingting, Cheng Long, Riuntiu Alexander, Radev Kirill, Mogilev AlexanderAn affiliate of the Moscow International Ballet Competition, the Contest of Choreographers is based on contemporary dance works specially choreographed for the Ballet Competition. Choreographers from 18 and under 40 years old are allowed to take part. Only 30 choreographers may take part. Choreographers wishing to participate in the Contest of Choreographers should send the documents from the lin to the Competition Board via e-mail to ibc.moscow@gmail.comhttp://moscowballetcompetition.com/en/application-form
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Movement Research Artist-in-Residence ProgramFellowships/ScholarshipsResidency1-Mar-19Must apply as individuals; must be a resident of New York City (mailing address within one of the 5 Boroughs); must identify as an early career artist as defined by the Jerome FoundationRangesMalcolm x Betts, Melanie Greene, Jasmine Hearn, Kyli Kleven, Alex Romania, Sarah A.O. Rosner, Larissa Velez-Jackson, Marissa PerelMovement Research’s Artist-in-Residence program is a two-year residency that provides commissions, rehearsal space, performances, professional development opportunities and peer dialogue, all of which are designed to support the individualized creative process of movement-based artists.https://movementresearch.org/programs/artists-in-residence
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National Dance Project Presentation Grants - New England Foundation for the ArtsFellowships/ScholarshipsUp to $35,000 to support a U.S. tour19-Apr-19Must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, unit of state or local government, institution of higher education, or a Federally-recognized Indian tribal government. Must be present at at least one NDP project during the touring period. Cannot apply if receiving funding from another NEFA grant.25 to 30Abby Zbikowski, Edisa Weeks/DELIRIOUS Dances, Jumatatu PoeNDP Presentation grants are made directly to U.S. nonprofit organizations (a.k.a. presenters) presenting NDP projects on tour to support up to 50% of the artist’s fee, including housing, per diem, and travel. These grants support the dance field by making it possible for presenters to bring artists and companies into their communities, enabling audiences across the nation to experience work by some of today’s most creative and compelling dance artists.https://www.nefa.org/grants/find-grant/national-dance-project-presentation-grant
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National Dance Project Production Grant - New England Foundation for the ArtsFellowships/ScholarshipsUp to $45,000 for creation of a new work, approximately $10,000 in general operating support, and up to $35,000 to support a U.S. tour of the work.1-Mar-19Must be professional choreographers or companies. Preference is given to U.S.-based dance artists and companies, but artists and companies based outside the U.S. may apply. Must propose a new work and work with a US organizational partner to support the development or production of the work20n/aNDP Production Grants provide funding to artists/companies to create new dance works and touring subsidies to the U.S. organizations who bring those works to their communities. https://www.nefa.org/grants/find-grant/national-dance-project-production-grant
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National Dance Project Production Residencies for Dance Grant - New England Foundation for the ArtsFellowships/Scholarships$18-20,000 grant to support late-stage production residencies.n/aFor select NDP Production grantees by invitation only.8n/aPRD grants augment up to eight selected projects supported with NDP Production Grants annually and are aimed at helping new works become fully realized and ready for touring.https://www.nefa.org/grants/find-grant/national-dance-project-production-residencies-dance-grant
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National Performance Network - Creation & Development Fund Fellowships/ScholarshipsMinimum of $12,000 to support early stages of creation process, more financial support throughout the process. Public engagement of the new work.20-May-19For artists based in the US & its territories or Mexico; for projects in the early stages of creation and those which advance racial and/or cultural justice and other NPN Creation Fund goals. Must have at least two co-commissioners (one of whom is an NPN Partner) in different communities confirmed at the time of applicationrangesn/aThe Creation & Development Fund supports the creation, development and mobility of new artistic work that advances racial and cultural justice and results in live experiential exchange between artists and community. The fund provides a framework for relationships to develop over time among diverse artists, arts organizations, and communities. https://npnweb.org/whatwedo/programs/creation-fund/guidelines/
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New York Choreographic Institute Choreographic Sessions & ResidencyFellowships/ScholarshipsTwo working sessions — one in the fall and one in the spring — that provide choreographers with uninterrupted time and studio space, and allow dancers to experiment with different ideas, approaches, choreographic techniques, and music. Travel and per diem, accomodation, two-week periods of rehearsal and informal showings. A lighting design lab at NYC.10-Dec-18n/an/aDana Genshaft, Geoffrey Gonzalez, Rex Wheeler, Juanjo Arques, Silas Farley, George Williamson, Melissa Barak, Albert Evans, Ryan Kelly, Philip Neal, Dwight Rhoden, Aaron Severini, Christian Spuck, Christopher Wheeldon, Damian WoetzelA selected choreographer spends a period of time exploring choreography, design, visual art, music, production, and collaboration. Candidates are chosen on the basis of their experience and potential. They are provided dancers, time and studio space.https://www.nycballet.com/About/New-York-Choreographic-Institute/Sessions-Application.aspx
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New York Choreographic Institute Commission InitiativeFellowships/Scholarshipsup to $15,000, workshop time with dancers in studio7-May-18For emerging choreographers who have been commissioned by a ballet company and have a work in the process of creation. Will provide extra studiotime with dances outside of the company's rehearsal period.n/an/aThe initiative is meant to support emerging choreographers who have been commissioned by a ballet company to create a new ballet to be presented on stage during their 2019-2020 season. This grant will provide the choreographer with studio time with a few selected dancers outside of the prescribed rehearsal period provided by the ballet company. This time can be used to experiment with ideas for the new ballet or to work out specific elements of the ballet. It is for the choreographer to have what we hope will be valuable time to further solidify their creative process. The amount of the grant, which can be up to $15,000, will be determined by a submitted application.  Once granted, the studio time must be completed within one year.https://www.nycballet.com/About/New-York-Choreographic-Institute/Commission-Initiative.aspx
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New York City Dance Rehearsal Space Subsidy ProgramFellowships/ScholarshipsFunding based on hourly cost calculations paid in three installments.5-Nov-18Applications are by invitation only and for NYC artists.n/an/aDance/NYC is pleased to invite you to apply to the New York City Dance Rehearsal Space Subsidy Program. Administered by Dance/NYC and made possible by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the program will award grants to a cohort of facilities providing dance rehearsal space to offer subsidized rates over a 36-month period, January 1, 2019, to December 31, 2021.https://www.dance.nyc/rehearsal-space-subsidy
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Noverre: Young Choreographers 2019 - Stuttgart BalletCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsCommissionn/an/aRangesJohn Neumeier, Jiří Kylián, William Forsythe, Uwe Scholz, Christian Spuck, Marco GoeckeSince 1961, the Noverre Society has presented its “Young Choreographers” evenings on a yearly basis and has brought forth some of Europe’s most renowned choreographers – all of whom created their very first ballets for the Society. This platform has been invaluable to the Stuttgart Ballet over the last decades. On average, 80% of the young choreographers per season are dancers from within the company who create works for their colleagues. Almost all of the above mentioned choreographers went on to become resident choreographers of the Stuttgart Ballet, providing the basis for the extremely diverse repertory of the company. In order not to lose this vital creative source Tamas Detrich has found the means to rescue the Young Choreographers Evening and integrated this project into the Stuttgart Ballet. 2019 will feature the first Noverre Young Choreographers Evening by the Stuttgart Ballet.https://www.stuttgart-ballet.de/schedule/a-z/noverre-young-choreographers-2019/
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NYFA Artists’ FellowshipFellowships/Scholarships$7,000 in full23-Jan-19For artists from diverse cultural backgrounds throughout New York State and/or the Indian Nations located within at all stages of their professional careers. Must be 25 y.o. or older.rangesLuciana Achugar, Evvie Allison, Michelle Boulé, Abigail Browde, Yanira Castro, Fritz Donnelly, Jeanine Durning, Daria Rachel, Faïn / Robert Kocik, Reggie Gray, Raja Feather Kelly, Juliana F. May, Marie Poncé, Kota Yamazaki, André M. Zachery, John J. Bernd, Yoshiko Chuma, Blondell Cummings, Kathy Duncan, Ishmael Houston, Jones Lisa Kraus, Ralph Lemon Victoria, Marks Susan Marshall, Wendy Perron, Stephen Petronio, Renee Rockoff, Ruby Shang, Robert Streicher, Mark Taylor, Lance WestergardNYFA is committed to supporting artists from diverse cultural backgrounds at all stages of their professional careers. In 2018, NYFA awarded a total of $623,000 to 89 artists throughout New York State. NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowships, awarded in fifteen different disciplines over a three-year period, are $7,000 cash awards made to individual originating artists living and working in the state of New York for unrestricted use. These fellowships are not project grants but are intended to fund an artist’s vision or voice, regardless of the level of their artistic development. The next fellowship will be awarded in 2019 and 2022.https://www.nyfa.org/content/Show/Artists'-Fellowships
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Pacific Northwest Ballet School Choreography ClassCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsClass participation for female students.For female students of the Pacific Northwest Ballet School.n/an/aInitiative for young female dancers at the Pacific Northwest Ballet School to learn the art of choreography and explore their interests beyond dancing themselves.https://www.pnb.org/pnb-school/
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Pina Bausch FellowshipFellowships/Scholarships€2,500/month (3-6 months) and paid one-time travel expenses15-Sep-18Open to all artists with a professional working experience of at least two years. Choreographers need to produce at least one public production in the last three years. Must be an individual. Cooperating partner required. There is no age limit or geographical limitation.up to 4Marc Philipp Gabriel, Martha Hincapié Charry, Lee Méir, Ariel Moreira, Scott Elstermann, Marie-Lena Kaiser, Kareth Schaffer, Antonio Ssebuuma Buhar, Mohamed Yousry Shika, Anton Valdbauer, Euripides Laskaridis, Jard Onyango, Ayelen ParolinThe Pina Bausch Fellowship is not a project fund, nor is it aimed at the development of new pieces. Each fellowship can take a minimum of three months and no longer than six months. It includes a monthly allowance of 2.500 Euros and one-time travel expenses. Up to four fellowships are granted each year. The Fellowship is promoted internationally. It has no age-restrictions and aims at single artists from the fields of dance and choreography (dancers and choreographers). They can apply if they meet the personal requirements.https://fellowship.pinabausch.org/en/home
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Premio Roma Danza International Choreography CompetitionCompetitions/Awardsranges (1, 2, 3)30-Apr-19Competition is open to choreographers of all ages and from all nationalities. Further more no limits or no specific conditions are on choreographic gender, style and body language.rangesHamdi Dridi (1st),Hu Shenyuan (2nd), Sanga Ouattara (3rd)For students of the National Academy of Dance and external competitors, this aims to give visibility to new talent from around the world, engaged in the interpretation and composition of supporting them in the pursuit of choreographic creation, offering them the opportunities of useful relations between the world of production and the diffusion of dance in all its possible forms.http://www.accademianazionaledanza.it/premio-roma/
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Pretty Creatives International Choreographic CompetitionCompetitions/AwardsCreative honorarium, 6 days of rehearsal time with dancers (18 hours with each group total), travel to and from Portland, per diem, and hotel accommodations as needed July 8-13, 2019, Professionally filmed video of the performed work31-Mar-19$40 submission fee; for emerging choreographers.n/aThe competition's selected choreographers will participate in a six-day summer residency during our acclaimed LAUNCH project in July (July 9-14, 2018). During the residency, the two winning choreographers will be provided with two three-hour daily creative periods with each of the two groups of dancers during which they will have an open forum to create and develop new choreographic material.http://nwdanceproject.org/education/pretty-creatives/
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Princess Grace Choreography FellowshipFellowships/Scholarships$10,000 in full30-Apr-19Must be nominated through an organization to help fund the creation of a new work. For applicants at the onset of their careers. Only US citizens or individuals with permanent residency status may be nominated.3Bryan Arias, Gemma Bond, Raja Feather Kelly, Danielle Agami, Penny Saunders, Joshua Manculich, James Gregg, Alex Ketley, Jimmy Orrante, Uri Sands, Gabrielle LambFellowships are awarded to an emerging choreographer through the nominating organization to help fund the creation of a new work. The fellowship objectives are: to support the choreographer’s next step toward creative and artistic advancement; and to encourage the professional dance company or organization to enhance the scope of their existing repertory; to offer new artistic challenges to company members.https://www.pgfusa.org/grants-program/grant-applications/guidelines/choreography
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Repertory Dance Theatre Choreography CompetitionCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsCommissionn/aProposals will be accepted from choreographers working as professionals or pre-professionals ages 20 and up.1Nichele van Porflett, Charles Lynn Frost, Ken VerdoiaFirst founded as "Charette," the company rebranded this competition into a gala, with the winner of the competition now awarded a commission the following year, and contestants having four hours instead of one to kick out a new product ready to roll for an eager audience.https://rdtutah.org/blog/regalia-evolution-of-a-choreographer-competition/
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Residence Grant to New York/Movement Research - Swedish Arts Grants Committee's International Dance ProgrammeFellowships/ScholarshipsSEK 46,000 to cover travel costs, accommodation, studio rehearsal time and the possibility to take classes.n/aFor Swedish artists.n/an/aThe Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Dance Programme has a long-term collaboration with the American organisation Movement Research, offering a two-month residence grant in New York for a dance/choreographic artist. https://www.konstnarsnamnden.se/Movementresearcheng
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Royal Ballet Flanders ChoreolabCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsCommissionn/aFor dancers of the Royal Ballet Flanders.rangesn/aThe dancers of Royal Ballet Flanders have once again been invited to develop their own choreographies and present them to the public. For several months, they will be coached by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and the artistic staff of Royal Ballet Flanders in creating their work. The creations are danced by their fellow dancers and the costume and set workshops provide the technical support.https://operaballet.be/en/programme/2018-2019/choreolab
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Royal Winnipeg Ballet - First Steps CompetitionCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & Competitionsn/an/aFor senior RWB School Professional Division students1Logan Savard, Ethan Ribeiroan annual competition and performance of new choreography by senior RWB School Professional Division students. Serves as an opportunity to discover if they have a talent for choreography and to give them the tools to explore their potential. RWB Professional Division Students in the Ballet Academic, Aspirant and Teacher Training Program move through the entire creative process beginning in September and in February they present it to public and a panel of jurorshttps://www.rwb.org/whats-on/show/firststeps/
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S&R Foundation Washington AwardFellowships/Scholarships$10,000 cash prize and additional $5,000 for a Grand Prize winner.n/aEspecially for those who contribute to international cultural collaboration.Lauren EdsonSince its inception in 2001, the Washington Award has recognized talented artists in the fields of, music, dance and visual arts especially those who contribute to international cultural collaboration.https://sandrfoundation.org/programs/washington-award
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Sadie-Rose Residency ProgramFellowships/ScholarshipsOne week of rehearsal space, housing with a local family, movement class teaching opportunity, work showcase during residency week (informal).n/an/an/aJill Moshman, Leah Moriarty, Gabriel Mata, Elisabeth Kinder-AbaliThe Sadie-Rose Residency Program provides one week of rehearsal space (up to 6 hours a day based on studio availability) for selected choreographers.https://www.spectordance.org/sadie-rose-residency-program.html
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Shortcuts XL Nederlands Dans TheaterCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & CompetitionsCommissionn/an/a4Amos Ben-Tal, Dimo Milev, Peter Chu, Fernando Hernando MagadanThrough Shortcuts XL, NDT and Korzo guide talented choreographers in making the transition from a smaller venue to the big stage. Its prupose is to give its young choreographers the opportunity to show their work on a big stage and on a larger scale. Through the project of Shortcuts XL they are being encouraged and supported both technically and artistically.https://www.ndt.nl/en/tickets/shortcuts-xl.html
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Tanja Liedtke FellowshipFellowships/ScholarshipsResidencyn/an/a1Geoffrey WatsonThe foundation seeks to assist young talented dance artists to experience valuable opportunities in order to further their career.http://www.tanja-liedtke-foundation.org/current-projects/fellowship_2019.html
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The Ann & Weston Hicks Choreography Fellows Program (Jacob's Pillow)Fellowships/ScholarshipsWorkshopping at Jacob's Pillow with two dancers; participation costs for the Fellows underwritten and a modest participation stipend provided.rolling basisFor eight choreographers who have been creating professional work for a minimum of 2 years. Choreographers from varied traditions in the US and internationally, both with or without academic training are welcome. Most Choreography Fellows selected will be 20-30 years of age.Rangesn/aLed by long-time transformative dance artists and mentors, Bebe Miller and Risa Steinberg, eight Choreography Fellows will be guided through extensive studio time to evolve their choreographic idea. The program is fully process-oriented, with no expectations of an end-product or public showing. Fellows will use discussions, assignments, and individual feedback sessions to craft and evolve choreography. Festival choreographers, guest choreographers, and other professionals will meet with the Fellows throughout the program to share additional insights and career advice.https://www.jacobspillow.org/school/programs/choreography-fellows-program/
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The BENCH Commission 2018-2019Fellowships/ScholarshipsCommission for up to 3 dancers from the company to tour. 4500 pounds, access to budget of up to 2000, production budget and travel/accomodation fund, fund for a mentor and child care, and more.n/aMust have a legal right to work in the United Kingdom. For women of color to create outdoor work. Must have a professional record of choreographing on more than one person. Must have a mentor.1n/aThe BENCH commission is open to self-identifying women of colour to create a new outdoor work in Spring 2019 on up to 3 dancers from 2Faced Dance Company; we recognise that there is a lack of opportunity and platforms for women of colour to make outdoor work and with this commission we (and our partners) wish to make a positive difference. With this commission we want to present a distinctive piece of work that will preview in 2019 and tour nationally and internationally in 2020 as part of 2Faced Dance Company’s 20th anniversary celebrations.http://www.the-bench.org/the-bench-commission
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The Erik Bruhn Competition -National Ballet of CanadaCompany Initiatives, Fellowships, & Competitionsn/an/an/a1Kristian Lever, Marc Jubete, Yury Yanowsky, Matjash MrozewskiThe Erik Bruhn Prize was created to honour two young dancers, one male and one female, who “reflect such technical ability, artistic achievement and dedication as I endeavoured to bring to dance.” In 2009, a Choreographic Prize was added to the event to honour the best piece of new choreography commissioned for the competition.https://national.ballet.ca/Productions/2018-19-Season/The-Erik-Bruhn-Prize
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The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage Grants & FellowshipsFellowships/ScholarshipsFellowship or financial compensation27-Mar-19For Philadelphia-based artists and organizations. rangesn/aAs a multidisciplinary grantmaker dedicated to fostering a vibrant community, the Center awards Project grants in Performance and Exhibitions & Public Interpretation, and twelve annual Fellowships which provide unrestricted grants to individual artists working in all disciplines.https://www.pewcenterarts.org/grants-grantees/performance
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The Virginia B. Toulmin Fellowship for Women ChoreographersFellowships/Scholarships$2,500 per week, use of NYU Center for Ballet and the Arts studio, offices, and conference room, housing, transportation, and visa.3-Dec-18For women creators (e.g. choreographers, composers) only. Students are not eligible and applicants must show exceptional promise/have demonstrated significant accomplishments in their field.1Danielle Agami, Claudia Schreier, Melissa BarakThe Virginia B. Toulmin Fellowship for Women Leaders in Dance is a unique fellowship designed for women creators (e.g. choreographers, composers) that promotes broader gender equity in the field of dance. The program provides fellows with a stipend, access to studio and office space, an apartment in some cases and time away from daily life to focus on their specified project – a ballet, a score or other work of their imagining related in some way to ballet.https://balletcenter.nyu.edu/fellowships/virginia-b-toulmin-fellowship-for-women-leaders-in-dance/
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Uptown Rising Performance Series - Emerging Choreographers EditionFellowships/ScholarshipsVideo of performed work, photos taken of work, full tech & dress, discounted rehearsal space, exclusive choreographer showings to network with artists, post-performance Q&A session and networking reception, written audience feedback, opportunity to showcase previous work, works in progress, or premiere new work.n/an/arangesPadierna Dance Project, Katiti King, Gianina Casale, Kwesi Opare, Diane Auriol, Martha Lavery, Alice Liddell & Dancers, Yuki Ishigu, Dana WienerThe series gives artists the affordable opportunity to present their work and receive written audience feedback. Additionally, one choreographer from each show will win free space and the opportunity to teach a 2 hour workshop at the Bridge for Dance.https://www.bridgefordance.com/uptown-rising
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Urbanity NEXT ResidencyFellowships/ScholarshipsProvided dance space and dancers, working with dance and administrative professionals, photo/video to document your work, press/marketing opportunities, as well as possibilities to collaborate with the company in the future. Choreographic mentorship is available. A performance with a professional lighting designer, stage manager, and production team.14-Oct-18For artists of all types to create a work under 10 minutes in Boston. Must have 1 to 2 previous work(s).2n/aThis residency runs from November to March, 2019 and gives artists the opportunity and resources to create and present new work in Boston. The residency seeks two textured and engaging artists to create a work under 10 minutes, a new movement piece with Urbanity dancers that would be performed at Urbanity NeXt in March. http://www.urbanitydance.org/next-residency
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USA International Ballet Competition Choreography AwardCompetitions/Awardsn/an/an/an/aZhang Disha, Fei BoThe competition takes place every four years and welcomes hundreds of competitors from around the world, including dancers and choreographers. The next competition will be held in three years, with the eleventh in its history having taken place in June of 2018.https://www.usaibc.com/
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Valentina Kozlova International Ballet CompetitionCompetitions/Awardsn/a14-Feb-19Fee of $150-300 depending on number of submissions. Open to all ages.rangesMarie-Laurence Lionnard, Sunghoom Kim, Jungoh Ha, Flavia Sa, Ariel RoseVKIBC premiered as the Boston International Ballet Competition (BIBC) in 2011 at The John Hancock Hall. In 2013 the competition moved to its current home, Symphony Space in New York City. The next year VKIBC added one day of competition exclusively for Contemporary dancers and Choreographers, fulfilling its mission of “Preserving the Past, Discovering the Future.” http://vkibc.org
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Vilcek Prize for Creative Promise in the ArtsCompetitions/Awards$50,000 cash award and award ceremony10-Jun-19Choreography not defined as the area of dance for which scholarship is rewarded.1Mikhail Baryshnikov, Michel KouakouThe Vilcek Prizes for Creative Promise were established in 2009 as a complement to the Vilcek Prizes, to encourage and support emerging to mid-career immigrant artists and scientists who have demonstrated exceptional achievements early in their careers. As with the Vilcek Prizes, the Creative Promise Prizes are awarded annually in biomedical science and in a rotating category of the arts. 2012 was the most recent year for which dance was featured as an art. Three annual prizes exist, and one for each category is awarded.https://www.vilcek.org/prizes/creative-promise/index.html
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Western Michigan University National Choreography CompetitionCompetitions/AwardsCommission7-Nov-18n/a1Brendan DugganCompetition to identify and promote emerging choreographers and bring their work to campus. A dance faculty committee narrows the field of submissions to three finalists based on the following criteria: movement innovation, choreographic structure, and subject matter. Works by the three finalists are then screened and voted upon by students, faculty, and members of the community. The winner of the competition is commissioned to create an original work for the WMU dance students that will be performed in the department’s Gala Concert at Western Michigan Universityhttps://wmich.edu/dance/competition
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Youth America Grand Prix Choreography AwardCompetitions/Awardsscholarshipasap following July 1, 2018n/a1Meaghan McHaleYAGP is the world's largest global network of dance. It is mainly for students to compete through dance; however, a choreographer award now exists.https://yagp.org/
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