Auditions, classes, jobs and opportunities for dance artists.
ICSB SUMMER INTENSIVE AUDITIONS
THE ICSB SUMMER INTENSIVE IS OPEN TO BALLET STUDENTS OF ALL NATIONALITIES, BORN BETWEEN JUNE 2001 AND JUNE 2010 (APPLICANTS SHOULD BE BETWEEN 11 – 20 YEARS OF AGE).
Students interested in applying for any of ICSB’s Summer Intensive programs may do so by completing and submitting our Video Audition Application. All applicants will be asked to prepare and upload an audition video that will accurately showcase the applicant’s present technical capabilities. For detailed information on how to construct your video submission, applicants can find them listed below under Video Submission Guidelines.
In order to begin the audition application process, applicants must follow the instructions here.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
Areas of study include Arts Administration, Dance, Marketing, Advertising, Management
Compensation: Academic credit
Please send a resume and cover letter to Jacquelyn Pritz at email@example.com.
- Costume Management Intern
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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 – email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Excuse The Art (ETA) is a works-in-progress series presented by The Windmill Arts Center in partnership with Fly on a Wall. ETA highlights works-in-progress by the Artists-In-Residence of The Windmill Arts Center as well as selected artists from the metro Atlanta area. Participants of ETA will be offered studio time at The Windmill Arts Center to develop their work and opportunities to engage in peer discourse. Funds from ticket sales will be divided between the participating artists
The second annual Excuse The Art will be socially distanced due to COVID-19. The works-in-progress will be presented inside the White Box at The Windmill Arts Center, with the audience watching through the windows from the parking lot. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, tickets will be limited.
Excuse The Art seeks applications from Atlanta-based artists working in any performance-based medium to participate in the April 2021 works-in-progress series. 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 panel of artists and educators.
Application Deadline: January 15
Artist Selection: January 22nd
Welcome Social (via zoom): January 29th, 7pm
Excuse The Art 2021: April 15-18
Location: The Windmill Arts Center,
Address: 2823 Church St, East Point, GA 30344
The 2021 Arts Leaders of Metro Atlanta program is seeking experienced artists, arts administrators, designers, urban planners, and local government officials to participate in a unique edition of ALMA aimed at developing creative, cross-sector proposals to community planning challenges.
This special cohort of leaders will come together to learn about the arts in planning and then collaborate as creative project teams to address community needs with an arts and culture focus. Sessions will help participants understand why and how artists and arts organizations can be an essential part of civic, planning, and development processes. We will also discuss best practices for arts and culture and creative placemaking for the Atlanta region.
The 2021 program will include four virtual class sessions capped by group presentations and a distinguished panel review.
- Application period closes January 22, 2021
- Class will be announced February 17, 2021
- Classes will take place online between March and May, 2021 (March 17, March 31, April 14, and May 12)
As the pandemic threatens the arts and artists alike, Core Dance, celebrating its 40th Anniversary season, recognizes the need to address these new challenges. Core Dance is made up of independent Dance Makers and from its earliest days, has engaged in their professional development through experiences, trainings, and travels. Informed by 40 years of history and practice and considering the implications of the recent pandemic on the independent artist, Core Dance is choosing to engage in a new structure of support to meet the times. The Core Dance Resident Artist Program is designed to support Core Dance Artists as independent artists in and of their own right through an 18-month-long Resident Dance Artist Program.
This program is for independent movement-based artists, those working in genres such as Dance, Physical Theatre, Performance, Circus. Successful applicants also demonstrate a strong background in artistic research, investigation, collaboration, community, and the making of new and original dance/performance work.
The Pilot phase of this program will run Feb. 1, 2021 through Aug. 31, 2022. The application process is now open, and the deadline to apply is Jan. 11, 2021. Resident Dance Artists will participate in Core Dance productions and/or events alongside support for their own artistic voices. Selected artists will receive a stipend and additional benefits including studio time and complimentary classes and workshops.
Additional requirements, responsibilities, and the application process can be found on the Core Dance website.
Applications due January 11, 2021.
About Core Dance
For four decades, Core Dance has supported innovation, collaboration, artistic risk-taking, and sustainable art making in dance. An award-winning contemporary dance organization with global reach, Core Dance creates, performs, and produces compelling original dance that ignites the creative spirit and actively encourages participation and conversation with the community. In 1980, Core Dance was co-founded in Houston, Texas by dancer and choreographer Sue Schroeder and her sister, Kathy Russell. Five years later, the organization added Atlanta, Georgia as a second home base, creating a platform for dance that is relevant in both cities and around the globe. Core Dance uses dance to educate, question, and illuminate, and is internationally recognized for its artistically driven research practices, cross cultural and multidisciplinary collaborations, the humanity of the individual Dance Artists and its rigorous physicality. (coredance.org)
Fulton County Arts and Culture Contracts for Services
2021 Application Deadline: January 19, 2021
The Contracts for Services (CFS) program announces the acceptance of application for the 2021 Arts Funding Cycle. The CFS program provides unrestricted general operating and project support funds to eligible Fulton County based, artists, nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations, arts & culture organizations, cultural institutions, colleges and universities, public and private schools, municipalities and units of government that produce or present ongoing arts programming open to the public.
Eligible applicants are encouraged to apply for these service contracts which are designed to support taking place between January 1 through December 31, 2021 that addresses the Fulton County Arts & Culture program mission to provide access, participation and appreciation of the arts for all Fulton County residents.
CFS PROGRAM CHANGES & UPDATES FOR 2021
Fulton County will primarily support programs proposed for funding incorporating a full virtual format to maintain health and safety for the general public during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Legacy Partners & Legislatively Funded Mandates cannot receive funding through the CFS process If approved for a line item by the Board of Commissioners.
First-time applicants in the Emerging Arts category can request a maximum of $5,000.
Funding support for private schools is restricted to activities presented to the broader community.
Artist seeking support for funding can apply for funding in the Individual Artists category which is Separate from the Small Arts Project category.
Cultural organizations are eligible to apply for project support only. Cultural institutions can apply in the Small Arts Project category or the Project Support Category. Cultural institutions can request funding for arts-based projects.
Applications are submitted via WebGrants. All potential applicants must establish a WebGrants profile to apply at www.fulton.dullestech.net.
For a detailed overview of the FCAC CFS application process click here for the application process.
The Movement Lab Membership
The Movement Lab ATL is seeking Movement Makers who need dedicated safe creative space for 2021. Are you a choreographer or a freelance teaching artist in any discipline who needs uninterrupted space to empower your business? Are you in need of creative support for your startup?
Become a member at The Movement Lab ATL and bring your vision and experimentations to life. Memberships start at $35 per hour for three to twelve month commitment and tailored to each individual’s need. Prospective members must book a tour and pitch their idea with T. Lang, owner of The Movement Lab ATL before their membership can be activated.
Book your tour of The Movement Lab ATL and help us share this with the creative community of Atlanta.
Jumpstart 2021 with Dance/USA and explore the field’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, new developments and partnerships that have manifested as a result of this crisis, and most importantly how this all may affect your work now and in the future.
Programming includes the following:
- Speakers from the NEA will share new guidelines on how to successfully navigate the upcoming grant cycle,
- Medical experts will provide guidance on best practices to keep your communities safe,
- Organizations that have joined forces will share the unified process of their creative collaborations.
Dance Forum Details
What: The 2021 Dance Forum is going virtual this year. Registration opens soon.
When: Thursday, January 14 from 12pm-2pmET
ASL and captioning provided
Finding space and resources for developing new work has always been an especially difficult challenge for independent choreographers. Most choreographic work takes months to conceptualize, rehearse and workshop before it is ready to be performed for audiences. In order for choreographers to get their work to stage (or performance), the choreographers will rent studios, hire dancers, collaborate with musicians, buy costumes, rent performance venues, hire lighting designers and technicians; all of which can be quite an expensive undertaking. Now, with the pandemic wreaking havoc on all communities, and facilities remaining closed for 8 months, choreographers find themselves at a loss for spaces to create work, as well as unable to find bodies to choreograph with. This conversation will explore how choreographers at different stages in their careers are tackling the challenges of finding space, innovating new ways to interact with dancers and audiences, and channeling inspiration in troubling times
This virtual event will be streamed via Zoom.
Watching via Zoom
Viewers can watch via Zoom. Zoom participants can join in via audio, video, and text chat during the open conversation portion of the lecture. Register here for the meeting and receive a link to join when it begins. Zoom participants are capped at 100 people.
Stillness is a myth.
We are in constant rotation, constant orbit, we migrate and shift as individuals from room to room, house to job, country to country – birth to death. As we try to answer the unanswerable, we create our own processes of thought and action. If we break ourselves open, we may find inner structures created from remnants of the many who have come before us.
Secret Architecture: the process of process operates from this place. Our ten-part series explores art and culture as invisible and benevolent dictators – as banners that announce our histories. Through dynamic conversations with artists of all kinds, to direct our attention to who we are, we navigate the infinite mysteries of liminal space.
Your Host: George Staib
Podcast Producer: Jacob Chisenhall
Sound Design & Composer: Ben Coleman
Our guests include artists featured on staibdance’s R A D A R series, friends, colleagues, and other movers and shakers in the arts world.
Dance Canvas CHOREO CHAT Season 2
This season of Dance Canvas – Choreo Chat is funded by Fulton County Arts & Culture, through their Virtual Arts Initiative. For more information on their programs, visit www.fultonarts.org. www.dancecanvas.com
2020 Summer Intensives
*Times and classes subject to change. Please contact the class organizers directly. For a list of master classes or workshops, please see our calendar.
Horton and Graham-based modern. Full stretch and detailed across-the-floor, followed by a challenging combination, each set to inspiring, eclectic music. All levels welcome. This class is taught by Rene Nesbit.
Virtual class is available via ZOOM Monday-Friday at 10:10 AM (EST)
Meeting ID: 949 9907 0480
Class is free, but donations are appreciated via Venmo @JillianMitchellKitModus
Atlanta Dance and Music
Weekly Ongoing Classes:
Holistic Horton w/ Patrick ‘Pique’ Smith
Each Tuesday at 8:00p
Limit 6 in-person – masked
Also available through Zoom
Adult Intermediate Ballet & Pointe with Kelly Moul
Each Monday & Wednesday at 7p
Limit 6 in-person – masked
Also available through Zoom
Adult Ballet Basics with Chivvaun Smith
Each Thursday at 7p
Limit 6 in-person – masked
Also available through Zoom
Adult Contemporary with Charlotte Angermeier
Tuesdays from 6:15-7:15pm
TADA, 2335 Cheshire Bridge Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30324
Sign-in here: https://atlantadanceandmusic.com/class-schedule.html
Adult Dancers: Promotional rate for the 1st class!
***Reduced drop-in rates apply for local dance company members, independent artists, dance educators and students. Email admin@atlantadanceandmusic to get the rate.***
Dance for kids with disabilities
In person or via Zoom
TADA offers a Positive Motion class for children and teens of all abilities. Register now online at TADAAtlanta.com or call 678-827-3737.