Posted: 18 September 2012
Katja Nvquist (Lecturer and Programmer of Dance Diary) and myself (Roehampton Dance Network Coordinator) are co-curating a Dance Diary Alumni Special for
November 7th 2012
We are looking for 3 or 4 already made works to present at Dance Diary this Autumn season, November 7th 2012. This is an opportunity to showcase work from Roehampton Dance and/or Drama graduates to a wider community of current students and artists within the Roehampton Dance Network and beyond. The work doesn’t necessarily need to be ‘contemporary dance’ but the body has to be central to your process and product. The works should be 15-30 minutes long.
There is a total fee of £200 for each artist / company selected for presentation.
If you’re interested in being considered for this opportunity please fill out the Application Form below and return to Amaara Raheem, Roehampton Dance Network Coordinator, by Friday 5th October 2012. Application made past this deadline may not be considered.
Dance Diary: Alumni Special
What course (at Roehampton) you graduated from and when:
Please include an online video link to the work you’d like to show (no more than 5 minutes). (Essential)
Please email this form to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 5th October 2012.
Looking forward to receiving your applications,
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