Get It Out There
DanceLAB Series 2019-2020
Call For Participation
Do you have work that you want to get out there? Would you like to get feedback on it? What about meeting other artists in hopes of collaborating?
GET IT OUT THERE is a concert featuring new work created by Milwaukee performing artists from various disciplines. Selected artists will showcase their work on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at Danceworks Studio Theatre. Danceworks provides production support including sound and minimal light design. This performance is presented through the DanceLAB concert series.
Interested artists are required to submit written proposals and biographical information to Danceworks on or before Monday, October 28, 2019, using the proposal form below:
Accepted artists and their performing cast members will be eligible to take 2 Danceworks studio classes per week for free, with the exception of certain workshops, from the date of acceptance through January 18, 2020. Limited studio space will also be available for rehearsals at no charge to artist up to 3 hours a week.
Accepted artists presenting work for the first time in a DanceLAB concert are required to schedule a feedback session with the production manager. Accepted Artists that have participated in previous DanceLAB concerts may request mentoring from the production manager at any time during the creation/rehearsal process. All artists will be expected to submit a video link to show completed work, or work in-progress no later than Friday, January 10, 2020.
Please contact Dani Kuepper for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guest Artist Auditions
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Questions? Contact Dani Kuepper, Artistic Director, via email.
Youth Company Auditions
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Questions? Contact Gina Laurenzi, Artistic Manager – Youth Programs, at 414-277-8480 ext. 6003 or via email.
Intensive Study Scholarship (ISS) Audition
The Intensive Study Scholarship is for intermediate to advanced dancers ages 16 through adult who have the desire, drive and commitment to improve their technical skills, range and expression through concentrated dance training and faculty feedback. Scholarship covers one session. The Intensive Study Scholarship is an ongoing program.
Please check back for ISS audition opportunities.
For more information, contact Kim Johnson, Director of Engagement, at 414.277.8480 x6018 or via email.
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