For Dance Artists

Auditions, classes, jobs and opportunities for dance artists.


Room To Move Dance
Saturday, April 17th
2-4 PM
Concourse Athletic Club, studio B, 8 Concourse Pkwy, Atlanta, GA

Room To Move Dance (RTMD) is a contemporary modern dance company based in Sandy Springs, GA. RTMD is seeking dancers well-versed in contemporary modern dance for this season’s June concert. We offer free company classes via Zoom and “in-person” along with paid performances.

The audition will be held during our company class, “in-person” and masked. Please bring water, a towel and a mat (if you have one). With social distancing guidelines in place, please wear a mask! Resume and headshot not required.

***If unable to attend on April 17th, an online audition will be held via Zoom Wednesday, April 14th at 7 pm during our company class.***

For more information about the audition or RTMD, please contact Artistic Director, Amy Gately, by phone 404-583-2881 or email

Full Radius Dance Audition
Registration opens April 15, 2021
Auditions: June 7, 2021

At this time, auditions will be held in person in Atlanta, GA. 
Register at

Successful applicants will demonstrate the ability to:
– Work in a collaborative environment
– Follow directions and apply corrections
– Show respect for the rehearsal process, fellow dancers, and the artistic director
– Demonstrate good body awareness
– Dancers who possess an adventurous spirit are particularly suited for the work of Full Radius Dance.

Auditionees must be 18 years or older and must be a U.S. citizen or have a valid work visa.
Dancers without physical disabilities should have a professional level of modern dance technique. Full Radius Dance recognizes that dance training opportunities for persons with physical disabilities are extremely limited. Therefore, for dancers with disabilities, no previous dance training is required.

By request, you may audition simultaneously for the professional company and for apprenticeship.

Company members are paid for rehearsal and performance and are contracted by season. The company rehearses Monday and Wednesday from 9am to 1pm, and Friday from 10am to 1pm, and applicants must be available for those times as well as for scheduled performance and touring, and optionally, for teaching and other performance opportunities.

Job Openings

Join DanceATL’s Board of Directors
DanceATL is inviting applications from dancers, patrons, and arts enthusiasts who wish to join its board of directors. DanceATL nurtures and promotes dance as a vibrant part of Atlanta’s arts ecosystem. We connect artists to resources, grow and engage audiences in the city, and support the full range of the industry by cultivating an awareness and appreciation of dance that is sustainable and expansive. Project activities focus on advocacy, professional development and information resources. They are designed to gather and disseminate information, convene individuals and groups around key issues, facilitate networking, and stimulate the communal voice.

Please remit, through email, a letter of interest to  Jacquelyn Pritz at

Development Associate
Alternate ROOTS is hiring a Development Associate! This position will support the organization’s overall fundraising and development goals. Working directly with the Development Director, the Development Associate will assist with research, data collection, and stakeholder relationship management.

Please submit your resume, cover letter, three references, and two writing samples to by 11:59 pm CST on April 12, 2021. Please send PDFs only. All applications and expressed interest in this position will be handled confidentially.

Alternate ROOTS has a 100% remote office and the team collaborates using a series of digital tools.

Artistic Assistance- Professional Development
Alternate ROOTS’ mission is to support Southern artists and organizers working at the intersection of art, community, and activism. Artistic Assistance Professional Development provides up to $2,500 in direct support to individual artists and cultural workers in the South to enhance their skills, create unique projects, and build community.

Applications for Artistic Assistance Professional Development are now open and are due Friday, April 30 at 5 pm EST.


Out Of Hands Theater Paid Internships
Out of Hand offers seasonal paid internships in support of our Equitable Dinners Program: a collaborative project that includes art and small group conversation to build community, bring light to inequities that exist for black people, and activate anti-racist action. The responsibilities of the internship include: familiarizing yourself with arts culture and collaborative partnerships in the Atlanta arts community, developing community engagement practices, attending staff meetings with Out of Hand team and Equitable Dinners Partner Design Team, coordinating completion and implementation of monthly project indicators, and other projects as assigned. These responsibilities will contribute to the development of the intern’s professional competencies by connecting his/her theoretical knowledge with good production and administration skills. Key abilities such as event coordination, small theater event production, intercultural skills, collaborative work, using the arts as a tool for social justice, introductory understanding of racial equity, anti-racism, and production of transformational learning events in a virtual environment.

For more information, please e-mail Adria Kitchens, Director of Equity and Activism,

The Mediums Collective

Porter Grubbs/The Mediums Collective is collaborating with Atlanta artists on a performance project entitled Gestures to an Apocalypse. This project is a series of solos and duets that reframes the apocalypse from the popular depiction of nuclear catastrophe into a quiet but turbulent personal revelation that invites us into new growth, new ways of seeing, and new ways of being in the world. We are looking for an administrative team member to support the project via marketing and documentation. Administrative duties will include the following:

– Biweekly check-ins with co-collaborators
– Draft email campaigns
– Assist in content creation planning/schedule
– Confirm performance venues
– Archive/compile documentation of creative process

Administrative work will be most intensive between January and April 2021, although some documentation will be required around the performance in early summer. You will be compensated with a stipend in April and after the performance. Please let us know if you are interested and/or available to assist Gestures to an Apocalypse in the coming year. If you have any questions or concerns please email

DanceATL Arts Administrative Internship
The Arts Administrative Intern will receive valuable hands-on experience in working for a non-profit while supporting the mission of DanceATL. This internship can be designed to address your personal interests and learn new skills in the field of Arts Administration.

10 hours/ week, 99% remote
Must have access to a computer

Reports to: Operations Manager

Maintain website and social media presence
Shadow staff in meetings with Board of Directors and committees
Assist coordinating events for community programming
Maintains communication with supervisor while working remotely

Please note this list is not all-encompassing and additional tasks may be delegated in a reasonable capacity not to exceed the 10 hour commitment.

Enrolled in an accredited university to receive academic credit
Strong communication and organizational skills
Interest in dance and arts administration
Student-mentality, willingness to learn, high level of initiative to meet and exceed deadlines
Ability to work individually and on a team
Positive attitude

Areas of study include Arts Administration, Dance, Marketing, Advertising, Management

Compensation: Academic credit

Please send a resume and cover letter to Jacquelyn Pritz at

Dance Canvas Inc
Interns Wanted! We’re gearing up for the upcoming season! Interested? Email

Core Dance Internship

  • Costume Management Intern 

Job Description:
The Costume Management Intern assists with various day to day operations that support the Core Dance Costume Manager. This Internship requires  working knowledge of dance costuming needs, interest in design, basic skills in mending, cleaning, and ironing, an understanding of fabrics and their care. Experience with computer databases and inventory management. The ability to work independently, extremely detail oriented, and a problem solver. The position entails 10-15 hours per week of work, primarily remote, with the possibility of completing hours in the office.

Responsibilities/Learning opportunities include:
-Updating the costume closet master spreadsheet
-Logging information from the master spreadsheet into the Wix website.
-Uploading photos of costumes to correct sections on the Wix website.
– Taking photos of remaining/new costumes.

Recent graduates or current students of a variety of disciplines and interests may qualify.  Current areas of study or fields of interest include: Dance (and other art forms), Nonprofit Management/Arts Administration, and Project Management. Excellent organization and verbal communication skills are a plus.

Internships are not compensated financially; however, an intern may complete their internship for academic credit, or may opt to exchange their hours for participation in Core Dance classes and the utilization of Core Dance studio space. Please specify which of the two options you are interested in pursuing in your application.
This is a seasonal, part-time internship, from (dates are negotiable).
To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Nikki Morath, Intern Coordinator (

Fly On A Wall

Every year since its inception, Fly on a Wall has utilized interns in both administrative and artistic positions. Our internship program has been an integral part of the development of our platform.

Internships are available year round, and are developed with the Fly on a Wall Team to ensure success and growth.

For more information about an internship position please contact Jimmy Joyner –

Intern at The Movement Lab ~ Home of T. Lang Dance

T. Lang Dance, a registered non-profit, is seeking an intern to assist in social media and design as well as managing events at The Movement Lab, its premiere arts and community space in Westview. The ideal candidate is outgoing, detail-oriented, proactive, and self-motivated. Some weekend and evening work is required and will be paid.

This position will require approximately 20 hours per week; hours will fluctuate depending on bookings and event schedules. Hospitality, Events Management, Arts, Non-profit Management, and English majors are strongly encouraged to apply. All majors will be considered.

Position Responsibilities:

Assist with day-to-day venue operations, including light cleaning and stocking. Assist in answering inquiries about The Movement Lab. Assist in responding to requests to book The Movement Lab. Manage events on-site and act as representative of The Movement Lab. Assist with the set-up and breakdown of events. Assist with projects in the areas of marketing, event development and sponsorship/development as needed. Assist with day-to-day promotion of events, memberships, and opportunities to book The Movement Lab. Write captions related to The Movement Lab events and people participating in them, including features on members

How to Apply: Send cover letter, resume and a short writing sample or designs to

About T. Lang Dance: T. Lang is dedicated to exposing the arts and emerging communities to the creative impact and genius of dance. The organization creates poetic movement landscapes, illustrating deep and rousing investigations into interdisciplinary creative practices, historical narratives and identity. Intended to nurture growth and innovation, The Movement Lab, managed by T. Lang Dance, offers a comfortable venue for professionals, artists, and community members in all fields.

Call For Artists

Fly On A Wall Artist Residency
Applications due April 23 at midnight
Fly on a Wall is seeking applications from Atlanta artists working in any performance medium who do not have regular access to creative time and space. All bodies are encouraged to apply regardless of age, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, color, ability, citizen status, national origin, or religion.

All applications will be reviewed by a diverse group of panelists, and the top three candidates will be interviewed by the Fly on a Wall Team. Once selected, the Artist-In-Residence will meet with the Fly on a Wall Team to develop the goals and terms of the residency.

MAD Festival 2021 (Virtual)

The Modern Atlanta Dance (MAD) Festival presents the best dance from Georgia-based artists and companies each year. Consistently amazing lineups of modern and contemporary dance wow audiences with a variety of choreographers, styles, and artistic visions in a single evening. In 2021, the festival will, once again, be presented virtually.

Applications will be accepted from modern and contemporary dance choreographers, individual artists, and companies that reside within the State of Georgia. You may submit a previously created dance film or a dance work you’d like to present as a film. In 2020, MAD artists partnered with some of Atlanta’s finest composers and videographers to create new dance films.

There is no application fee. Selected works will receive an honorarium.

Deadline: April 30, 2021 at 11:59 PM

Leap Year Applications open
Leap Year, a residency program facilitated by MINT, provides a comprehensive and robust system of support for emerging artists in the Atlanta-Metro area. Through rigorous independent research and insights gleaned from our own experiences, we’ve developed Leap Year to be inclusive of both community and network development along with opportunities for quiet reflection and introspection on personal and career growth.

Applications are due on Monday May 3rd, 2021 by 11:59 PM. Each artist is alerted of their acceptance into the program by June 1st and artists will begin the program in July. Solo exhibitions begin in January of 2022 and the last artist exhibit opens on Saturday July 30th, 2022.


Artistic Assistance- Professional Development

Alternate ROOTS’ mission is to support Southern artists and organizers working at the intersection of art, community, and activism. Artistic Assistance Professional Development provides up to $2,500 in direct support to individual artists and cultural workers in the South to enhance their skills, create unique projects, and build community.

Applications for Artistic Assistance Professional Development are now open and are due Friday, April 30 at 5 pm EST. 


Regional Artist Survey
The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) Community Development Group and our partners – Fulton County Arts and Culture, the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs, the City of Atlanta Department of City Planning, and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. – are working together to create a directory of metro Atlanta area artists, that we can call on to work in partnership on community development and engagement projects. Insights collected from this survey will also be used to guide successful partnerships between artists, planners, and local government.

The goal of this survey is to identify artists interested in civic work and opportunities for us to support these artists as we work toward integrating arts and culture into our agency’s programs, practices, and policies.

The survey has 25 questions and should take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

Who wants to Revive a Version of the Choreographers Guild?
Back in the 1980’s and early ‘90’s, the dance community had a member organization called the Dance Coalition of Metro Atlanta, which served many of the same purposes as DanceATL seeks to do now.  One of the features of the DCMA was a subsidiary group called the Choreographers Guild, which had been organized by a number of DCMA members who regularly made work. This group included Meli Kaye, Pat Floyd, Dee Wagner, Louise Runyon, Kate Holland, Judith Dewitt, Patton White and others, and had decided to organize so that we could continue to develop our choreographic craft. The guild agreed to meet regularly— once every other month—for 2-3 hours each session, and that one member would each facilitate the session by sharing their practices/processes in choreography and making dances.

Some of the current members of DanceATL have started discussing the possibility of creating some new version of the DCMA Choreographers Guild, with at least 6 members expressing a commitment to help to revive it and the purposes that it served.  We are interested in finding out if other DanceATL members may be interested in participating in this revived body, and if so, what sort of focus would you envision this body taking.  What should we call it?  How often would we like to meet? What spaces in the metro Atlanta area would be interested in hosting a session?  How long would each session last?  What other parameters might we place on it?  And when would we like to get this off the ground?

If you would like to help to give shape to this new body, please email

Into the Proscenium

Looking for a press release, interview, or coverage of your show? Fill out the form on the website, and we will do our best to pair you with a qualified writer.​

We are asking choreographers to offer one complimentary ticket to the individual writing about your work. If this is not possible for you at this time, but still want coverage, please email

Calling all writers! Writers will be part of our core team, putting out long-form articles as well as highlighting works. Anyone can write, anyone can be reviewed.

Into the Proscenium (ITP) provides coverage of Atlanta’s dance scene – interviews, press releases, and criticism.  Created in response to the dwindling commentary of other arts publications in the city, ITP is the area’s newest and most inclusive reporting of Atlanta dance.​

ITP values impartiality, inclusivity, and diversity. We will work to cover anything that is submitted to us. Our mission is to keep Atlanta in the know about their dance community, and to keep the world in the know about Atlanta. 

Weekly Classes

Have a new weekly class schedule? Email class information to Please provide name of class, days/dates, times, address, and a website link or social media handle. Thanks!

Culturally Responsive Teaching in Dance
April 13
Renowned dancer, educator, choreographer, scholar, and activist, Dr. Nyama McCarthy-Brown of The Ohio State University will discuss dismantling racism in the dance classroom and beyond. A prolific author, her work has provided significant frameworks for dance in education at this seminal moment regarding race in the United States.

Butoh Transformation: Masterclass for Kids
April 18
2 PM-3:15 PM
Dance Hub ATL, 2450 Piedmont Rd NE, Suite #110, Atlanta, GA
In this playful and unique class, participants will create their own choreography and build an original group performance by learning butoh-based skills in presence, imagery, breath, and movement by using a unique installation in the space as inspiration. The final performance takes place at 3:00pm. This workshop is ideal for artists and performers of all backgrounds and experience levels. Appropriate for ages 8 – 14 years.

Okwae A. Miller + Artists present Class + Choreography Workshop
12 PM – 2 PM
The B- Complex, 1272 Murphy Ave SW, Atlanta, GA


Move w/ Bri Contemporary Fusion
7 PM
Studio 705, 749 Moreland Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA


Adult Beginner/Intermediate Hip Hop
11 AM -12 PM
TADA- The Atlanta Dance Academy, 2335 Cheshire Bridge Rd NE, Atlanta, GA

Beginner Ballet with Mr. C
5:30-6:30 PM
TADA- The Atlanta Dance Academy, 2335 Cheshire Bridge Rd NE, Atlanta, GA

Contemporary Sunday’s w/ dani swatzie
Anthony Burrell Center for Dance, 533 W Howard Ave, Ste B, Decatur, GA

Core Dance 
Want to take class at Core Dance? We’re excited to announce that we are opening (or maybe cracking we should say) our doors again for class.

In light of COVID-19, Core Dance classes are limited to eight people in the room. With this restriction, advance registration is required. All attendees must wear a mask in the building at all times, check temperature upon arrival, and utilize hand sanitizer when entering the building (thermometer and hand sanitizer are present at the entry door).

Adult Breakin’ Class

In person: Sundays at 7:30pm
Via Zoom: Wednesdays at 7:30pm

Conditioning, Foundation and Fundamentals, Great Exercise, Drills and Technique

Full Radius Dance Virtual Class

Full Radius Dance’s virtual classes resume on Wednesday, January 20, 2021. All bodies are welcome.

Join us as we dive into the rigor of the Full Radius Dance technique. We’ll discuss the intent of the movement, what muscle groups are used, and will readily demonstrate how it can be executed by different embodiments – seated on the floor, seated in a chair, or standing.

You may join us, virtually, as we take class live in the studio or, as an option, you can access the class, 48 hours later, as a prerecorded video. Live class is held at 10:00 AM until 11:00 AM EST. Class is audio captioned by

Upon registration, you’ll receive an email with the link to access the virtual class. Register for

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15apr8:00 pm8:00 pmExcuse The ArtJoin the Atlanta Dance Community for a weekend of works-in-progress showings at The Windmill Arts Center!

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