The (HKICAROS), Hong Kong International Collective Artist in Residency for Opportunities and Sustainability, is taking place from the 1st to 31st of May 2017 where local and international artists will be able to collaborate, interact, exchange and share their creative process so as to value a constructive feedback from master dance artists in their field; and thus develop and present their works in a well established theatre in HK.
Morning master company classes (weekdays Flying Low)
Master workshops (check on schedule for the teachers),
Mentoring by master teachers,
Publication of your production,
Lighting and stage design assistance
A performance at Sheung Wan Civic Centre Theatre for the festival HKICF.
Accommodation for 5 International Artists at the CCDC Dance Centre.
The fee for participation is 3400 HKD
Send your CV and motivation letter with links of your past works and stating your possible choreographic idea for research and development during the residency HKICAROS to email@example.com
Only 15 artists will be selected from across the world. This is a collective residency so any artist can perform and participate in the productions of the others as well as create your own choreographies!
Deadline: 01/03/2017 18:00 HK time
The (HKICF) Hong Kong International Choreography Festival is modelled specifically after the residency (HKICAROS) so as to internationalize and give more opportunities to local and international artists living and working in Hong Kong by interacting and meeting with international artists from across the world. Over four days, 1-4 June 2017, at Sheung Wan Civic Centre Theatre there will be short and long performances by all artists who have been part of the HKICAROS as well as from artists who will bring their production to the festival.
Vangelis Legakis - Embodied Unity (Flying Low & Passing Through, Contact Improvisation, chi gong, yoga, meditation)
Roberto Olivan - Instinct as a source of movement
Edivaldo Ernesto - Depth Movement
Sasha Roubicek - Release and Choreography
Alexandra Waierstall - Choreography tools and methodologies