Your CADA/West: October 2015
This edition features a variety of application calls and training opportunities:
CADA/West members Molly McDermott & Carolyn Chan; photo Yvonne Chew
Develop new work, along with critical feedback and community dialogue, apply for The Dance Centre's 12 Minutes Max, deadline Nov 2.
This November train with Kate Franklin, Deanna Peters, Hofesh Schecter Company, Helen Walkley and Jennifer Mascall at The Training Society of Vancouver's Working Class, drop-in.
Midway through research & development? Mascall Dance is accepting applications for Bloom, deadline Nov 9.
Bassist Colin Cowan and Drummer Ben Brown host MAM JAM monthly improv jam for musicians and dancers, Nov 8.
Appel de projet pour Des arts dehors/Arts Outside, un programme de Made In BC—Dance On Tour et le Conseil culturel et artistique francophone de la Colombie-Britannique pour les artistes et les compagnies de danse qui proposent des spectacles hors-scène dans le contexte francophone et francophile de la Colombie-Britannique, date limite 11 nov.
Train with 605 Collective at their 2nd Winter Intensive, early registration before Nov 13.
Call from Made In BC—Dance On Tour for Community Engaged Residency Projects for rural BC communities, deadline Nov 15.
Dance Victoria's Chrystal Dance Prize supports new works by independent dance artists that live in Western Canada (MB, SK, AB, BC, YK) who are working with artists outside Canada and/or emerging dancers who are training outside Canada, deadline Nov 16.
Good Women Dance Collective offer classes with Montreal-based Anne-Marie Jourdenais in Edmonton, no registration required.
The British Columbia Arts Council's Professional Development Project Assistance grant program, deadline Dec 1.
Call for participants for 8 Days V, a gathering of choreographers at Artscape Gibraltar Point, Toronto Island, deadline Dec 1.
Mile Zero Dance seeks submissions for Spazio Performativo, ongoing.
Helen Walkley presents a variety of classes and workshops, including a winter improvisation intensive, various registration deadlines.
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