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Tanzplan Quarterly Review99
3rd quarter 20091780

Tanzplan Deutschland Publication Funding

Publications funded by Tanzplan Deutschland: Arbeitsgruppe Evaluation und Forschung des Bundesverband Tanz in Schulen e.V. (Hg.), Empirische Annherung an Tanz in Schulen www.athena-verlag.de // Susanne Foellmer, Am Rand der Krper. Inventuren des Unabgeschlossenen im zeitgenssischen Tanz www.transcript-verlag.de // Pirkko Husemann, Choreographie als kritische Praxis. Arbeitsweisen bei Xavier le Roy and Thomas Lehmen www.transcript-verlag.de // Laurence Louppe, Poetik des zeitgenssischen Tanzes www.transcript-verlag.de

6th 17th of July
Summer Workshop muse 9 / Dresden

6th to 25th of July
Current Residency / Potsdam

Sara Manente [Antwerp], Lawaai means Hawaai

6th to 31st of July
HZT Postgraduate Platform MA SODA New Performance Work SODAWORKS

The first HZT Postgraduate Platform is dedicated to presenting individual projects, transferring artistic ideas and networking. From the 6th-12th of July the HZT shows the graduating projects of the first graduates of the MA SODA (Solo/Dance/Authorship) Masters programme in the bat studio theatre. From the 25th of July the HZT hosts SODAWORKS, a three-day informal workshop with students from other European dance and choreography courses in the Uferstudios enriched with keynote speeches by Bojana Kunst and Jochen Roller, among others. The platform will end with public performances of new choreographies by HZT students and guests in UNI.T. from the 29th to the 31st of July.

9th of July
Guest Performance in Bytom (Poland)

The productions of 4MEN, ALICE, BACH AND THE DEER by Yossi Berg and Oded Graf, which premiered in Dresden in June 2009 as part of Tanzplan Dresdens support programme for young talent, go on tour to Bytom, Poland for the 16th International Contemporary Dance Conference and Performance Festival.

9th and 10th of July
Guest performance at the SNDO School for New Dance Development "to be continued" / Berlin

Over two evenings, BA Choreography graduates from the SNDO in Amsterdam present their graduate projects in the sophiensaele. The SNDO guest performance launches an exchange project with the HZT, which will be continued in the spring of 2010 with the presentation of graduating projects by graduates of Berlins BA Contemporary Dance, Context, Choreography in Amsterdam.

11th of July
Museums-Sommernacht / Dresden

Extracts from 4MEN, ALICE, BACH AND THE DEER are presented at Dresdens 11th Museums-Sommernacht.

13th to the 19th of July
MAZTP / TanzSprint / Frankfurt
Last years great success motivated the MaZTPs to continue the TanzSprint series of summer workshops, held in the rooms of the HfMDKs Dance Department. The students were entirely responsible for the idea, conception and execution of TanzSprint09. Tanzsprint09 was held for the last time with the current international cast.

18th of July
BA Contemporary Dance, Context, Choreography at the UdK / Berlin

The HZT hosts a choreographic tour through the Uferstudios. Shortly before the former BVG workshops are reconstructed, students Ante Ursic, Kai Stger, Felix Ott, Anna Till, Tmay Kilincel, Nina Kurtela, Thrse Nyln and Kat Papageorgiou present their researches into movement.

23rd of July
anna tanzt III / Munich

A schools project of the Bavarian State Ballet, Stdtisches St. Anna Gymnasium and a class of hearing-impaired children from the Samuel Heinicke Realschule Munich, with the youth orchestra of the Bavarian State Orchestra, ATTACCA. Concept: Bettina Wagner-Bergelt, Choreography: Nadja Raszevski, Music: Igor Stravinsky The Firebird, Michael Gould Kompositionen fr Schlagzeug, Stage set animation: Marion Trnkle.

26th and 29th of July
Dance Project in Bavarian Primary Schools Kids on Stage 09/ Munich

Dance projects with 28 artists and 14 primary school classes from Munich, Regensburg, Augsburg and Nuremberg with performances in Munich and Nuremberg. 26th of July: Muffathalle Munich (classes from Regensburg and Munich) and 29th of July: Tafelhalle Nuremberg (classes from Augsburg and Nuremberg).

31st of July
Deadline for applications for the CuP MA Programme / Frankfurt

Students will be enrolled for the winter semester 2009/10 of the "Choreography and Performance" (CuP) Masters programme. The CuP Masters programme, based at Giessens Institute for Applied Theatre Studies, is designed for students who want to work both artistically and scientifically. The programme aims to provide a theoretical and practical preparation for the complexity of the demands of contemporary performing arts in the dance and performance area.

31st of July to 16th of August
Choreography Work Weeks/ Potsdam
The Choreography Work Weeks are held for the fourth time in the fabrik. A total of five projects, each supported by a mentor, take part in the work weeks. On the 15th of August from 6 pm, Open Studio.

Dance Project Funding Tanzplan Deutschland

A complete overview of all addresses and information on dance project funding in Germany (research, residencies, training and education, advanced training, working and foreign exchange grants, project, basic, conception and guest performance funding, competitions / prizes, research) is published for the first time at www.tanzfoerderung.de. This survey is the result of the many requests for information made to Tanzplan Deutschland!

Documentation "Tanzplan Potsdam: Artists in Residence 2006-2008

More than 300 artists from over 20 countries were "in residence" in the fabrik in the first three years of Tanzplan Potsdam. What do residencies achieve? What was achieved? Who was involved? Tanzplan Potsdams first publication documents the programme in reports and interviews with residents, cultural policy-makers and dance critics. 38 pages, German/English.

3rd of August
Call for applications K3 Residency programme 2010

As part of its funding programme for choreographers, K3 offers three residencies. Applicants should be beginning their professional practice and have already run their own initial projects. The residences are for the period of April to December 2010.

Tanzplan Deutschland Publication Funding

Publications funded by Tanzplan Deutschland appearing in September are MONSTRUM. A reportable book by Kattrin Deufert, Sandra Noeth and Thomas Plischke www.bod.de and Claudia Jeschke, Gabi Vettermann, Nicole Haitzinger, Les Choses espagnoles. Research into the Hispanomania of 19th Century Dance Epodium Verlag.

1st of September
Zeig, was du kannst! / Dusseldorf

Take-off: Junger Tanz extends its range of HipHop offerings in youth community centres in Dusseldorf. Workshops in House, HipHop, Locking and Poppin start on the 1st of September. The teachers are Flockey, Kofie, Raybooom and U.K. from Bad Newz MP. Courses are held on Tuesdays in the Bilk, Reisholz and V 24 community centres.

4th to 6th of September
Workshop / Hamburg

Markus Both | Holger Duwe | Jrn Walter (Hamburg), Event technologies: Introductions to the basics: This course combines the three areas of stage, lighting and sound and provides an introduction into their respective basics, technical terms and materials properties. This includes aspects such as the fundamentals of lighting technologies, spotlights, setting up a lighting system, the fundamentals of stage technology and sound equipment.

11th of September
Call for applications: Research Assistant at the German Sport University

The German Sport Universitys Institute for Dance and Movement Culture is seeking a research assistant to start work as soon as possible on a cooperative project in the area of Dance in Schools with the Contemporary Dance Centre at Cologne University of Music and the nrw landesbuero tanz koeln, the tanzhaus nrw, the Landesarbeitsgemeinschaft Tanz NRW and the Remscheid Academy.

11th of September
Master class / Frankfurt

With Andr Gingras (CA/NL) on his piece IDORU. In the Ausbildungsbereich ZuKT, Hochschule fr Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main, Eschersheimer Landstrasse 29-39, 60322 Frankfurt am Main.

15th of September
Deadline for applications/ Dresden

Applications for production funding 2010. Choreographers with interdisciplinary production teams can now apply for Tanzplan Dresdens support programme for young talent 2010. A total production budget of 40,000 is available. Tanzplan Dresden is looking for two teams to develop a new piece for the semper kleine szene in a 6-week production period from AprilJune 2010 in Dresden.

17th of September
Projektensemble PET Premieres / Frankfurt

At 8 pm PET_3 Mittendrinnen and at 9 pm PET_4 Who the fuck is Macarena?. Further performances on 18. and 19.9. in the Theatersaal and Studio, Knstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt.

18th of September
Premiere / Dresden

Tanzplan Dresdens next premiere, Looking Backward to Tomorrow by Avatra Ayuso, is held in the Festspielhaus Helleraus Dalcroze Saal.

21st of September
Winter semester / Berlin

The Contemporary Dance, Context, Choreography BA programmes winter semester starts on the 21st of September. The semester starts for MA Choreography students on the 5th of October 2009.

26th of September to the 2nd of October
Babies in the theatre! / Dusseldorf

Take-off: Junger Tanz has taken up this motto and after last years great experience is inviting the very littlest audience to the tanzhaus nrw this year too. Children aged from six months (and their parents) can look forward to guest performances from Norway, France and Germany. This programme is specially designed for children from six months to three years of age. The pieces play with gestures, signs, symbols, light and shadows, will provoke amazement and concentrate the attention of the young spectators. And the special thing about it is that children are explicitly welcome to join in! Take-off: for littlies! In the tanzhaus nrw.

29th and 30th of September
Verbund Deutsche Tanzarchive (Association of German Dance Archives)

The next and tenth workshop of the Association of German Dance Archives is held on the initiative of Tanzplan Deutschland at Kampnagel in Hamburg.1782

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