Fall Movement 2015 Application Now Open!

CPR Presents: Fall Movement 2015

The application for Fall Movement is now open through September 13th...
Submit works-in-progress, finished pieces, and premieres for consideration, and encourage friends and colleagues to do the same!

Dear CPR Artists,
 
After three successful nights of performances hosted in April 2015, CPR Presents is returning with its bi-annual presentation series of emerging and mid-career experimental dance artists. CPR Presents: Fall Movement will showcase work of up to six choreographers over the course of three evenings from November 12-14, 2015.
 
CPR invites applications from artists working within the various aspects of dance and performance as well as pieces that incorporate technological and visual art elements. Please keep in mind, CPR has a general repertory plot with very basic track lighting, projection capabilities and a full sound system. No additional equipment can be provided. Pieces proposed for presentation should be no more than 15 minutes in length, including any setup or breakdown. CPR loves to host artists from outside of New York, but cannot pay for any travel costs or help with accommodations in NYC.
 
If you would like to be a part of Fall Movement in 2015 please complete an online application through our website, including a short biography, a description of the proposed work and a video work sample (see application form for details). CPR will only accept online applications. We strongly suggest applying with video of the proposed work, however rehearsal footage as well as a video of an alternative work will be accepted. We can only accept one video sample shared via video sites such as Vimeo, YouTube, etc. Please include the URL on the application form and make sure that the link works properly before submitting your application. In order to apply, artists need to be available to perform any of the three nights of the festival, as we cannot accommodate specific scheduling requests. Submissions will be reviewed by CPR Staff and artistic advisors, and 6 will be chosen for presentation during Fall Movement.
 
If your work is chosen you will be notified no later than September 28, 2015. Each participating artist will receive two fully produced performances in CPR’s theater space during the course of the three night festival.  CPR will provide a small honorarium to the selected choreographers. This performance will include the support of CPR’s technical and production staff, as well as marketing support, all handled by CPR. Selected artists will have one technical rehearsal between November 9, 10 & 11 in the evening, they may state a preference but they need to make every attempt to be available for either of these two nights. Participating artists will also be entitled to 2 (two) complimentary tickets for the night of your performance. All you need to do is bring the performance!

 
Visit Fall Movement 2015 to complete your online application.
 
DEADLINE: All applications must be received by
Sunday,
September 13th by 6pm.

Please direct any questions to applications@cprnyc.org.
 
We are looking forward to seeing your application!

With best wishes,
The CPR Staff 

 
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NEED REHEARSAL SPACE?
CPR has NYSCA reduced rate hours for choreographers.

$6/small studio rehearsal hour - $10/large studio rehearsal hour

For more information or to book rehearsal time at CPR please email 
studio@cprnyc.org.


NEED PERFORMANCE SPACE?
CPR has great rates on performance packages.  Performance packages include use of our high tech equipment.  For more information or to get a performance quote please email General Manager Sydney Gilbert at sydney@cprnyc.org.


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