VIENNA INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL
ATLAS – CREATE YOUR DANCE TRAILS
CHOREOGRAPHIC TRAINING PROGRAMME
9 July – 9 August 2020
ATLAS – create your dance trails is a module-based training programme embedded in the ImPulsTanz – Vienna International Dance Festival. It offers artists with first choreographic experiences a dynamic environment to intensively work on their artistic development. The programme is designed to address two of the most central needs of emerging choreographers: On the one hand, to have access to studio space for research and piece development and on the other hand, to gain new input through individual training programmes, by visiting a broad range of international dance productions and through exchange with artists from more than 100 countries as well as through peer-to-peer exchange within the ATLAS group. In addition, weekly showings enable the participants to present their works or work steps.
An ATLAS coach will accompany the participants’ works dramaturgically during the programme. In 2020, the dance dramaturge Guy Cools will once again be the ATLAS coach.Application deadline
Tuesday, 31st March 2020, 12:00 noon CETCosts
The participation fee is 2,600 euro (with the friendly support of the EU network LIFE LONG BURNING – Towards a sustainable eco system for contemporary dance in Europe). For a binding participation an advance payment of 800 euro must be made no later than two weeks after the acceptance to the programme.
Above that, we also offer a discount for groups of five or more people. In this case, the participation fee is 2,000 euro per person.
To apply, please send the completed application form, a CV, a short letter of interest and a portrait photo via e-mail to . You will be informed within 14 days on the acceptance or refusal. Participants must be of legal age.About ImPulsTanz
The ImPulsTanz – Vienna International Dance Festival was founded in 1984 and has since then become one of the biggest festivals for contemporary dance and performance worldwide. Starting only with a few classes in the early years, it now offers more than 100 performances, over 300 workshops and research programme and a daily music programme each summer.
For further information and more details about the application process please click here.