Training programme for producers at the Academy of Dance and Performance 2022-2023

Training programme for producers at the Academy of Dance and Performance 2022-2023

The National Centre for Dance Bucharest (CNDB), in partnership with the organizations Brain Store Project Foundation (Sofia) and Stanica – Service for Contemporary Dance (Belgrade), launches the Training Programme for Producers in the Performing Arts within the CNDB Academy of Dance and Performance 2022-2023.

The second edition of the Academy has the mission to integrate young artists and producers in the performing arts into the professional circuit through intensive and long-term training.

The programme for producers runs throughout the academic year 2022-2023 and is composed of three study modules (workshops, lectures, presentations, etc.), accompanied by mentoring sessions, theoretical and applied work topics, international internships and practice in artistic production.

The programme aims to professionalise artistic production by creating a theoretical and practical learning framework adapted to the current context of the performing arts, and is aimed at both active and emerging producers.

The curriculum includes courses and workshops on the history and theory of contemporary dance and performance, cultural management, cultural policies, legislation and taxation in the arts, resources and funding, contemporary dance production, cultural infrastructure, the logic and dynamics of artistic projects, international networks and networking, audiences and cultural reception/mediation, as well as awareness of the role of the producer as part of, but also generator of the socio-political-cultural context.

Module I – January 23 – February 17, 2023  (intensive module with workshops and courses)
Module II – May 2-26, 2023 (intensive module with workshops and courses + practice)
Mentoring program: January – May 2023 (work topics, online sessions)
Local and international internships (2023)
Production residencies (2023)

Fee: 1500 RON

Open call (September 2022) TBA

The Academy of Dance and Performance is part of the South-East European Dance Stations (SEEDS) project, coordinated by the National Center for Dance Bucharest and carried out in partnership with the Brain Store Project Foundation (Sofia) and Stanica – Service for Contemporary Dance (Belgrade) in the period between 2022 and 2025. The SEEDS project is co-financed by the European Union through the Creative Europe program. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.