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American creativity and crafting global relationships.
May 2019

Rapid Response: Sidra Bell Dance New York's 
Engagements in Sweden


Rapid Response is American Dance Abroad's travel subsidy program to assist U.S. dance companies and artists who receive invitations to perform, teach, or conduct creative research abroad.
The next application deadline is June 1, 2019.



"MÖNSTER OUTSIDE was a major cross cultural collaboration with 12 performers/technicians from the USA, Canada, Germany, and Sweden (Dancers & Live Musicians from New Tide Orquesta). The Scandinavian tour was the product of four years of creative work. Without American Dance Abroad we would not have been able to afford the international travel costs with a cast and technical crew of this size. As a result of this tour, SBDNY has increased its international footprint and has been invited to explore more international collaborations through 2021. We have also been able to forge connections with audiences of all ages in Sweden through our teaching and community outreach on tour.



There are opportunities and continued relationships that have been presented abroad for SBDNY. It was important to show a fully realized evening length work on international stages. We have gained a significant following from this tour. It is important and essential for our work to expand beyond its nuclear audience to foster larger conversations about dance's role in the contemporary landscape of politics and social change."

–Sidra Bell, Artistic Director, SBDNY

Upcoming Events and Opportunities


Visit American Dance Abroad's Events & Opportunities page for all the latest deadlines. Contact bonnie@americandanceabroad.org to submit an opportunity for inclusion.

SOLO Dance Festival
Call for Festival Applications
Due May 5, 2019
Learn more
Kulturscio’k
Residency Program
Rolling
Learn more
Dance Italia
Contemporary Intensive Registration
Due May 30, 2019
Learn more
New England States Touring (NEST) Grant
Call for Grant Applications
Due August 1, 2019
Learn more
Mbongui Square Festival
Call for Festival Applications
Due June 15, 2019
Learn more
Casa Na Ilha
Residency Program
Applications open for 2019
Learn more
*The inclusion of an opportunity or event posted on American Dance Abroad's newsletter should not be interpreted as an endorsement of that opportunity. American Dance Abroad has created this listing in an effort to increase access to and knowledge about international opportunities.

News From the Field  


This American Dance Abroad newsletter section brings you links to relevant articles of international importance, from the dance field and beyond. Please send us your suggestions. 

An essay on concerns over compromising the existing funds for the arts in the name of cultural democracy.
This year’s Edinburgh international festival will explore gender politics, racism, masculinity and homophobia in a response to political challenges around the world.
Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, a versatile choreographer whose work includes flamenco, hip-hop, classical ballet and contemporary dance pieces, is the recipient of the 2019 Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award. See the full festival line-up.
Dance Informa spoke with three choreographers with extensive experience with collaborating in the creation of dance art, offering insights on how to fruitfully and harmoniously collaborate more consistently.
This season, the Martha Graham Dance Company explores female empowerment with the start of its two-year EVE Project, commemorating the 1920 ratification of the 19th Amendment that gave women the power to vote.

Americans Touring Abroad | May–August 2019


Dance companies and international programmers who present American dance may complete this International Touring Form to share their news. Here's a sampling of scheduled tours
(see the full list on our 
website):

COMPANY DATE/VENUE/FESTIVAL CITY/ COUNTRY
Company SBB // Stefanie Batten Bland
International Representation: Petya Hristova
May 6-19
Residency and Performance,
La Chapelle des Jésuites
St. Omer, France

May 22-25
Residency and Performance,
Mona Bismarck Center

Paris, France


Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo May 7
Performance, Il Rossetti
Trieste, Italy

May 16
Performance, LAC Lugano Arte e Cultura

Lugano, Switzerland


Ronald K. Brown/ Evidence: A Dance Company May 7-11
Masterclasses and performances,
Let's Dance International Festival 

Leicester, UK


Christine Bonansea Company May 31
Collaborative installation QUEENS, Performing Arts Festival Berlin

Berlin, Germany


a canary torsi June 8-13
Performing now.here.this, a new public art work in collaboration with Kathy Couch for the streets of Prague, Prague Quadrenniel

Prague, CZ


Christine Bonansea Company Jun. 16-Jul. 13
Workshop: P.O.R.C.H. Physical Module, Ponderosa

Lunow-Stolzenhagen, Germany


RudduR Dance June 20-30
Performance, Festival Fragmentos de Junio
Guayaquil, Ecuador

Summer
Performance, Palacio De La Cultura Y Los Congresos

Guadalajara, Mexico


Laurie Sefton/ Clairobscur Dance June 22-23
Performance, Zawirowania Dance Theatre

Warsaw, Poland


Valerie Green/Dance Entropy June 23-24
Performing program of five repertory works entitled Right Now + collaborative performance EVERYTHING, Zawirowania Dance Theatre

Warsaw, Poland


KARAR DANCE COMPANY July 15-29
Mudhouse Residency

Agios Ioannis, Greece


Peridance Contemporary Dance Company July 25-Aug. 5
International Tour

Italy, Germany and Israel


Karlovsky & Company Dance July 31-Aug. 11
Performance, New World Dance Theatre

Cape Town, South Africa


Dance Visions NY, Inc. Aug. 1-4
Teaching, Performance and Panel discussion, Isadora Duncan International Symposium at "the Place"

London, United Kingdom


Gabrielle Revlock Aug. 1-5
Performing Unstructured Time,
Dance Bridges Festival

Kolkata, India


Christine Bonansea Company Aug. 23-24
Collaborative Duet with Pamela Z,
Festival DOCK 11 Berlin

Berlin, Germany


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