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August 2018

Rapid Response: GALLIM's Trip to Luxembourg


Andrea Lodico Welshons reflects on GALLIM's performance at Le Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg, with support from American Dance Abroad's Rapid Response program.
The next deadline for Rapid Response is September 1, 2018.

"In June 2018, Rapid Response provided essential support for Gallim's engagement to return to Les Grands Theatre de la Ville de Luxembourg, following a successful January 2017 performance. With essential co-production support from Les Grand Theatre, Gallim conducted a weeklong technical residency and two performances, sharing Stone Skipping in its world premiere on a proscenium. The experience transformed the work and enabled the piece to have a life beyond the Met. It engaged broad, local audiences who had eagerly awaited the company’s return. Support from American Dance Abroad's Rapid Response program bolstered a strong foundation to embark on this important engagement that advanced Artistic Director & Choreographer Andrea Miller's creative vision of reaching new audiences. 

The recent engagement in Luxembourg ensured that Gallim had the opportunity to strengthen an important relationship with an international presenter and increase visibility as a company that attracts audiences in the European cultural landscape. Return engagements like this one are invaluable to a company's ability to bolster its network of audiences and champions in a community. Since Gallim was on-site for a week, Miller and dancers had the chance to nurture relationships with presenting staff and audience members throughout the company's visit. We hope this foundation of support and high level of engagement will enable Gallim to return to Luxembourg and to nearby presenters in the future, continuing the company's strong record of touring and performances throughout Europe." –
Andrea Lodico Welshons, Executive Director



Gallim's Stone Skipping by Artistic Director and Choreographer Andrea Miller, proscenium premiere, Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg. Photos by Bohumil Kostohryz.

Have You Shopped the ADA Marketplace Lately?


American Dance Abroad offers services designed to help you/your organization strengthen your international profile – whether you are just starting out, have some international experience,
or have been working internationally for years. Consider investing in your visibility abroad!

Professional Critique is a learning tool to provide feedback on your work, marketing materials and production requirements, from an international programmer. The programmer will answer a series of questions designed to help you find your niche in the international landscape and ensure a more positive touring experience. Learn more.
Are you touring internationally? American Dance Abroad can send out an email, prior to your performance, targeted to programmers in the region you are touring. ADA will help to coordinate connections between you and the international colleagues most relevant to your tour. Learn more.
American Dance Abroad can work with your organization in the manner that fits your situation, including: an hour-long coaching session to create a strategy for your company’s work; a half-day to consult on your company’s current and future plans and institute international work into your organization’s structure; or, a full day of work with your staff and Board of Directors that includes positioning and training. Learn more.
American Dance Abroad has compiled and maintains an ever-growing database with international contacts assembled from marketplaces, festivals, dance centers, theaters, etc. If you are going to a specific region, our database can provide you with a customized report of programmers, journalists, funders, and/or other dance professionals from that region. Learn more.


Plus, American Dance Abroad's Pitchbook: Volume V publication will open for submissions in September!

Take a moment to browse past issues, read our "Frequently Asked Questions" and decide which new dance work to submit!

Be sure to read our September newsletter for all the details!

Learn more.

Reminder: Tanzmesse 2018 is Approaching


We have an inspiring group of American dance professionals joining us at internationale tanzmesse nrw in Düsseldorf, Germany, from August 29 through September 1, 2018.

We hope to see many of you at Tanzmesse 2018! There will be performances/showings by four American companies, including zoe|juniper, Heidi Duckler Dance, Christine Bonansea Company, and Patricia Noworol Dance Theater. We will also host the T-Talk Women's Voices in Choreography. For details on these events, as well as a complete list of American delegates, see our Tanzmesse email announcement. Visit us in Booth #38 to meet the Americans and pick up a copy of Pitchbook: Volume IV!

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Upcoming Events and Opportunities


Visit the Events & Opportunities page on AmericanDanceAbroad.org for all the latest deadlines. Contact bonnie@americandanceabroad.org to submit an opportunity for inclusion.

ONLINE application CROSS Award 2018
Award/Residency
Due Sept. 5, 2018
Learn more
Dance Bridges Festival
Open call
Due Oct. 22, 2018
Learn more
CINARS Biennale
Call for Registration
Sept. 30 (price goes up after 9/30)
Learn more

 
The International Dance Film Festival 2019
Call for dance film entries
Due Nov. 1, 2018
Learn more
Camargo Core Program
Open call
Due Oct. 17, 2018
Learn more

 
National Dance Project Travel Fund
Funding for U.S. presenters, curators, residency directors, or current NDP artist grantees
Rolling deadline
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. 

Changes to Artist Visa policies, as of July 17, 2018.
The Department of Cultural Affairs hosted the DCA LA Dance Platform to show how vibrant the dance scene has become in Los Angeles.
NDP has invested over $37 million in 22 years to bring new dance to American Communities.
Katie McCann is a Chicago-based performer and dance teacher who founded the inspiring Dance In The Parks, a professional dance company and event that showcases dance in parks across Chicago.
Dance Magazine asked dance workers (administrative and artistic) the question you're never supposed to ask: How much money do you make?

Americans Touring Abroad | Aug.-Nov. 2018


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
Christine Bonansea Company

August 10
Performing OnlyHuman, DOCK11

Berlin, Germany

August 30
Pitching OnlyHuman, internationale tanzmesse nrw

Düsseldorf, Germany

Pizarts
Representative:
Dominique Robinson
Through Aug. 10
Residency, Teaching, Retreat & Volunteer Scholarship, Casa Marea Alta
Pavones, Costa Rica

Kyle Abraham / Abraham.In.Motion

Aug. 24-25
Performance, Finnish Nation Opera
and Ballet
Helsinki, Finland

Aug. 30-31
Performance, 
Tanztheater International

Hannover, Germany

Thresh Inc Aug. 31-Sept. 18
Performance, The Park's New Festival 2018

Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, and Bangalore, India


Patricia Noworol Dance Theater Aug. 31
Open studio for BANG!internationale tanzmesse nrw

Düsseldorf, Germany


Heidi Duckler Dance Aug. 31
Performing A Bela e a Fera ou A ferida grande demaisinternationale tanzmesse nrw

Düsseldorf, Germany


zoe|juniper Sept. 1 Performing BeginAgain, internationale tanzmesse nrw

Düsseldorf, Germany


Martha Graham Dance Company

Sept. 3-8
Performance, Palais Garnier
Paris, France

Sept. 12
Performance, Rialto Theatre

Limassol, Cyprus

Sept. 14
Performance, Larnaca Municipal Theatre

Larnaca, Cyprus

Sept. 16
Performance, Strovolos Theatre

Nicosia, Cyprus

Sept. 19
Performance, National Theatre Grand Hall

Bucharest, Romania

Sept. 21-22
Performance, Staatstheater Darmstadt

Darmstadt, Germany

Sept. 25
Performance, Hugo- Eckerner- Saal in Graf- Zeppelin-Haus

Friedrichshafen, Germany

Tim Rubel Human Shakes

Sept. 8-9
Performing Alien, Pfefferberg Theater

Berlin, Germany


Margaret Jenkins Dance Company Sept. 10-28
Performing Skies Calling Skies Falling, Färgfabriken and LAT.63 Art Arena

Stockholm, Östersund and Simrishamn, Sweden


Degenerate Art Ensemble

Sept. 27-Oct.14
Performing in collaboration with the Czech band Uz Jsme Doma

France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Czech Republic, and more


Christine Bonansea Company

Oct. 12-15
Performing OnlyHuman, BIDAN
Busan, South Korea

Oct. 20-28
Residency, Dansometre

Vevey, Switzerland


Kyle Abraham / Abraham.In.Motion Oct. 17-18
Performance, Espace 1789

Saint-Ouen, France


Bellydance Evolution Oct. 19-22
Residency, Teaching and Performance, Nuevo Teatro Silvia Pinal

Mexico City, Mexico


Martha Graham Dance Company Oct. 30-31
Performance, National Centre for the Performing Arts

Beijing, China


Heidi Duckler Dance

November 9-11
Performance (venue TBA)

Valparaiso, Chile


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