Site-specific workshop intensive this April in Hong Kong.
If you are in Hong Kong and are interested, Click Thru to read more and to download the application.
Applications are due March 7, 2010.
Workshop is April 19-23rd, 2010 and is free of charge for those selected.
Sponsored by Aedas, Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation in collaboration with renowned New York site-specific choreographers Tom Pearson and Zach Morris of Third Rail Projects (TRP) to present “MY FOOTSTEPS”, a choreography development series this April.
MY FOOTSTEPS aims to engage students, performers and audiences by animating a series of sites through rigorous choreography and performance and unveiling layers of topographical information to deepen viewers relationships with public space. The creative process will be filmed and available as a teaching guide for participants to enable future site-specific endeavors.
The Bessie Award-winning artists of TRP will conduct five master classes with a group of local emerging choreographers and lead them through their unique process of creating site-specific movement works at a unique location in Hong Kong. The participating emerging choreographers will perform 15 minutes of finished work (of their own and with TRP) for an intimate audience on site. Selected choreographers will then conduct a one-day dance workshop for a group of local dance practitioners and encourage them to continue with the work.
20 chosen applicants will go through a five-day intensive dance workshop from 2pm to 9pm, April 19-23, 2010.
If you are a local (Hong Kong) emerging choreographer (age 18 or above) with a passion for dance and interest in experimenting with methods for creating site-specific performance, please download and complete the application form.
Interviews will be held in March. 20 chosen applicants will go through a five-day intensive from 19th to 23rd April 2010 (five full days).
Workshop is suitable for emerging choreographers aged 18 or above.
Free to those selected to participate.