In agreement with the project partners Dancing Together, Again! from Croatia, Italy and Georgia, the National Institute of Music and Dance is pleased to extend the call for the international creative residency in Croatia. Applications for the project can be submitted until May 31, 2023.
At the same time, the following provisions of the Terms and Conditions are amended:
- Paragraph 3(3) shall be replaced by the following: “The call for applications to participate in the Residency and Festival starts on April 3 and ends on May 31, 2023.
- Paragraph 3(4) shall be replaced by the following: “Applicants will be informed of their qualification for the Project by e-mail to the address indicated in the application. The results of the call for applications will be announced by June 16, 2023.
Its main objectives include cultural exchange, interaction between artists, producers and dance researchers with an emphasis on the creative process and integration with local communities.
The program includes residencies organized from 2023-2024 in Georgia, Croatia, Italy, and Poland, respectively. More information about the Dancing Together, Again! can be found here.
The residency, i.e. the one to which this call for applications is extended, will take place in Rijeka, Croatia, between September 4 and 23, 2023. It will be co-organized by the National Institute of Music and Dance and TRAFIK Dance / Theatre Co.
Its topic will be sustainability as seen through the lens of dance and performing arts. Participants will develop a joint strategy for environmental protection, with a particular focus on the Adriatic Sea region. The residency will be curated by Žak Valenta.
Additional information on the call and the application form can be found here.
We encourage you to apply!
The project Dancing Together, Again! is implemented as part of the Creative Europe programme.
Residency Organizers: National Institute of Music and Dance, Arts Research Institute of Georgia in Tbilisi, Movimento Danza in Naples, TRAFIK Dance/Theatre Company in Rijeka.
Financed by the European Union. The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Executive Agency for Education and Culture (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the EACEA is responsible for views and opinions expressed throughout the project.
Persons responsible for project implementation:
Karol Urbański – Deputy Director, National Institute of Music and Dance
Mateusz Czekaj – firstname.lastname@example.org, +48 785 430 000