For Dance Artists

Auditions, classes, jobs and opportunities for dance artists.


Gwinnett Dance Project
Gwinnett Dance Project is seeking 5 passionate, hard-working, fun-loving dancers to be a part of our Fall 2020 season (3 months – end of September through December). Rehearsals will be held in Lilburn, GA (subject to change) and scheduled around the dancers’ availability to the best of our ability. A short technique / warm up class of varying dance styles will frequently be offered before rehearsal. Dancers aged 18+ with some exposure to modern, jazz, and ballet techniques are highly encouraged to audition, though ALL submissions will be equally considered. Dancers are expected to have access to reliable transportation.

We appreciate your interest in auditioning to be a part of our company. Our Fall season currently includes:
– a photoshoot on the morning of Sunday, September 20th ($30 per dancer due with final commitment form)
– dance film projects
– an outdoor showcase towards the end of the year (Tentatively early December)
Other performance opportunities around Gwinnett and greater Atlanta may arise.

This is an unpaid experience, but profits will be divided evenly between the dancers for ticketed shows. The Board of Directors is committed to making this an opportunity worth your time and energy.

AUDITION DEADLINE: Friday, September 11 at 11:59pm. Once received, your audition will be reviewed and you will be contacted no later than September 18th with a final contract of commitment to be signed. This means that your audition is not an immediate commitment, and you are free to change your mind if your circumstances change.

Dance Canvas

Dance Canvas is seeking Atlanta based Black female ballet dancers for a project in November (rehearsals in October). Professional dancers, ages 18+. Pointe work not required, but must be very strong technically (and versatile in other genres of dance). Please send pictures, resumes, and a short video to by Sunday, September 13th. (Paid performance)

(*Note: If you have worked with Angela Harris/ Dance Canvas before and they have your resume on file, just send an email to sharing your interest.)

Job Openings

None at this time. Check back in later!


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

Core Dance Internships
3 Internship positions are available for Fall 2020.

  • 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

FilmFest by Rogue Dancer
DANCE FILM (verb /dæns/ noun /fɪlm/) synonymous with Dance on Screen, Dance on Film, Video dance, Screen dance… etc. you get the picture.

We want CHOREOGRAPHERS & DANCERS to be household names. FilmFest by Rogue Dancer is a unique online platform for DANCE Film only.

DANCE should be seen, appreciated and have developed audiences that exist outside the DANCE world. FILM is the way to do this. We want to peek curiosities and drive audiences to all the incredible performances that exist in the greater world. The universe should know the work that has been made throughout the ages and what we know, as dancers, has been going on in the DANCE Studio all along.

We have bigger goals than creating a DANCE Film Festival. Any filmmaker who submits to FilmFest by Rogue Dancer is agreeing to become part of our DANCE Film ARCHIVE, and future Rogue Dancer and sister events. More on that as we grow…

This is how it will work… The curatorial theme will change from month to month.

Who can enter FilmFest by Rogue Dancer?
Anyone wanting to submit a film to the FilmFest by Rogue Dancer will need to consider the following guidelines. Your film submission must be a DANCE film.

All CHOREOGRAPHY created with the CAMERA in MIND are encouraged to SUBMIT. Looking for Microfilms, Shorts, Animation and Feature length DANCE FILM of all genre, date and culture.


Film Festival Submission Costs –
We know that submission costs can be a real deterrent for getting your DANCE FILMS out there. We are keeping COSTS LOW so you have the opportunity to share all of your work (new & old, big & small, any budget).

up to 2 minutes – $2
2 to 5 minutes – $5
5 to 10 minutes – $10
10 to 15 minutes – $15
15 to 20 minutes – $20
20 to 25 minutes – $25
25 minutes & longer – $30

Awards & PrizesFilm Fest Prizes / Awards … We will award a Rogue Dancer Film of The Month! These 12 films will be presented in a Brick and Mortar event on SUN., NOV., 8th, 2020 @ 7pm LIVE Screening @ SHADOWBOX Studios, “Rogue Dancer Choice Screening”
Rules & TermsFilms without a DANCE element & Video of stage performances without a film making element will be disqualified.How to submit to FilmFest by Rogue Dancer


All CHOREOGRAPHY created with the CAMERA in MIND are encouraged to SUBMIT. Looking for Microfilms, Shorts, Animation and Feature length DANCE FILM of all genre, date and culture.

Please submit your Dance Film via a DOWNLOADABLE file (Hi Res MP4) through FilmFreeway. Include Director & Choreographer names and at least one Hi Res SCREENSHOT. If a TRAILER exists, we would like to have that too.

Get Up and Dance! Outdoor Showcase

While LBD is hard at work to prepare for the September 20th live stream showcase, the October outdoor showcase is already in the works!
This is a safe performance environment, and I welcome dancers of all different styles to reach out with interest in performing! Please email with your name, and style of dance that you would like to perform. All inquiries must be submitted no later than September 1st 2020.

2020 Summer Intensives

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many intensives have been canceled, postponed, or turned virtual. Please refer to our COVID-19 Response and Resources page for more information.

Weekly Classes

*Times and classes subject to change. Please contact the class organizers directly.

Adult Ballet at Dance Foundry
2977 E Ponce de Leon Ave c, Decatur, GA

Classes are available via Zoom and in-person with masks

Adult Tap at Peachtree Dance
Tuesday, 7:00-8:00PM
Studio 2402 (green studio)
Space is limited to up to 8 students
3434 Roswell Road, Atlanta, GA 30305

Adult Ballet at Peachtree Dance
Wednesday, 10:30AM – 12:00PM
Studio 2405 (red studio)
Space is limited to up to 10 student
3434 Roswell Road, Atlanta, GA 30305

Advanced Teen/Adult Ballet at the Decatur School of Ballet
Monday, 6:30-7:45
102 Church St, Decatur Ga
Advanced Ballet Teens and Adults (adults class card $115 for 6 classes)

Atlanta Dance Connection Allynism 
ALLYNISM Sunday’s 1:00PM | $15.00 | $Connection1

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In Studio Class
AREA, 2303 Peachtree Rd NE


See Ya Sunday!
“Cultivating Artists for the New DANCE Future

Atlanta Dance Connection CAP
We are excited to launch our newest artistic and educational program, CAP!
Providing high quality training and professional development in the SOUTH!

Onsite & Virtual Weekly Training with the Industry’s Leading
Choreographers and Legendary Master Instructors.

Accepting 12 Artists for the 1st Semester.
September 1- December 8 | 4 Classes per week & Coaching | $200 Monthly Tuition | $50 One Time Registration Fee

For Additional Info:


Holistic Horton w/ Patrick ‘Pique’ Smith
Each Tuesday at 8:00p at Atlanta Dance & Music Academy
Limit 6 in-person with masks on
Also streamed for FREE on IG LIVE! 

This open-level class is for dancers who are determined to ‘share’ space with like-energies; creating a motivating atmosphere where the dancer connects technique, music and heart. Effective modifications are both recommended and encouraged. 
The Horton technique is designed to both strengthen and lengthen the body while providing psychic stimulation. Pique’s intention is to “follow the curriculum of the Lester Horton technique in an accessible, holistic approach.”

Visit the website for more information
Discounted rates for dance educators and independent artists

Creative Strengths: (Re)Claiming Resilience and Wellbeing
This four-week online course is for actors, dancers, singers, artists, activists, carers, and anyone trying to develop coping skills at this time. Participants develop practical skills to manage stress, anxiety, and/or depression and build skills for resilience, mental wellbeing, and creativity.

You will,
1. Work with your body’s systems to cope with stress and move into balance and stability.
2. Learn to develop empathy and connection to others while maintaining healthy autonomy.
3. Channel the wisdom of your emotions to keep you safe, empowered, and healthy.
4. Learn about the gateways between your emotional and physical wellbeing and create habits to keep yourself performance-ready.
5. Move out of your flight/flight/freeze/fawn stress response.
6. Build your creativity and bring your creativity back online in challenging times.

When: Wednesday, 7:00 – 9:30 pm
Where: Zoom
Cost: pay-what-you-can, send to @VibranceCentre on Venmo
Required: Internet connection, tablet/phone/laptop with camera and sound, comfortable clothes, a yoga-mat sized space

About the instructor:
Frances (Frankie) Mulinix is a voice, movement, and acting teacher as well as an Occupational Therapist who specializes in mental health, chronic pain, neurology, and occupational justice. She is a Certified Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework® and trained in ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Organic Intelligence, and Reiki.

Cypher Sundays ATL
Come experience a night full music, movement and magic. We’re bringing together Atlanta’s dopest movers!

You don’t want to miss it, come through and catch this vibe! Hosted by @bestofbri and @ananda.monet

Every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month! Be sure to follow our page @cyphersundayatl for ALL updates

$5 Entry, Cash app: $cyphersunday (Please RSVP in advance) we will still accept payments at the door!

Date: Sunday, August 16th
Where: Piedmont Park
450 Tenth Street NE, Atlanta, Ga 30318 (Across from Grady High School)

For the safety of all that attend, face mask are REQUIRED. The open park space will allow us to easily social distance. If you are in any way experiencing known symptoms of COVID -19, please STAY HOME!

Flexibility and Ballet Barre with Beth Del Nero
Wednesdays, 6pm Flexibility
Thursdays, 11:30am Ballet Barre
Saturdays, 11am Flexibility

Flexibility: This is a livestream (via Zoom) flexibility class geared towards dancers, aerialists, and other active people taught by professional aerialist and dancer, Beth Del Nero. All are welcome to join, though this is a more advanced level class that involves active/PNF stretching. We use strength to stretch! Target areas include full body mobility/joints, feet/ankles, legs/splits, and back flexibility.

You will need: yoga mat or soft surface; yoga blocks or books; and a jump rope, strap, or something similar.
Recordings of Zoom classes are available. (expiry of 7 days) You can take the class multiple times!

Ballet Barre: This is a livestream (via Zoom) ballet barre class taught by professional aerialist and dancer, Beth Del Nero. All are welcome to join, though this class assumes a beginner/intermediate level of knowledge of ballet and ballet terminology. (Not for those brand new to ballet.) We will do a FULL barre plus some!

You will need: ballet barre, counter top, chair…whatever works!
Recordings of Zoom classes are available. (expiry of 7 days) You can take the class multiple times!​​

Kit Modus Open Class
Virtual: Monday-Friday at 1010:am
Zoom link here
Meeting ID: 949 9907 0480
Passcode: kitmodus
Class is free, but donations are appreciated via Venmo @JillianMitchellKitModus

Live: 10:10am
Thursday 8/27, Monday 8/31
Thursday 9/3, Wednesday 9/9, Thursday 9/10

From 9/14 on, class is every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday
$10, space is limited
Safety protocols apply
Email to reserve your spot or book directly here

Netwerk Atlanta
Saturday, September 12
SIIX Dance Studio. 139 Ralph Mcgill Blvd, Atlanta, GA

Netwerk ATL provides Dance fitness and business networking for the business minded/entrepreneurial ladies. Come join Afrikka the founder of Sweat Reign Fitness in a spicy Summer Walker themed dance fitness class.  
Face masks and hand sanitizer will be provided. 
What to bring? 
◦ Heels/ comfortable dance sneakers 
◦ Breathable clothes to dance in 
◦ Business cards/ links 
◦ 30sec. Elevator pitch for marketing your business while we mingle and enjoy the provided food and wine.

Open Improv Practice
Thursdays at 6pm
Sundays at 2pm
537 Park Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312,
next to the basketball courts at the Grant Park Rec Center
Hosted by Porter Grubbs via Mixdeity Studios, contact or 770-903-2007

Samantha Spriggs Dance Sunday Class
10-11am on Zoom
Pay-what-you-can release technique
Y’all! I miss you humans. We will still be virtual/distant, but this time we’ll be on Zoom so we can connect and interact as we dance.
All levels welcome, pay-what-you-can.

Vocal Release, Vocal Presence: Introduction to Fitzmaurice Voicework®
This four-week online course is for anyone interested in learning more about their breath and developing an open, expressive, supported voice. Participants develop skills to build their own practice, unleashing a voice that is connected, powerful, and authentic.

Fitzmaurice Voicework® centres on four primary areas:
1. Destructuring through somatic exercises to release the body from tension and to find a breath that is the spontaneous and free allowing emotions to come forth with ease.
2. Restructuring the breath so that the voice is supported and the performance is authentic without injury.
3. Presence to develop a fluid internal and external awareness while channeling whatever is present in the moment.
4. Play to engage fully with a spirit of curiosity and openness with whatever presents itself.

When: Wednesday, October 7 – 28 (7:00 – 9:30 pm)
Where: Zoom
Cost: pay-what-you-can, sent to @VibranceCentre on Venmo
Internet connection, tablet/phone/laptop with camera and sound, comfortable clothes, a yoga-mat sized space


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