A residency for dancers and choreographers in Norway

Dansarena nord accepts dance- and movement projects within a wide scale. Laboratory projects as well as almost finished performances can be accepted.

The duration of the stay is normally about 20 days (longer stays can be possible upon discussion with the host). All artists in residence are requested to open up for an audience viewing or some other presentation during their stay.

During a residency you will have access to the fully equipped dance studio 24-7. If offered a residency, Dansearena nord covers low fare travel costs within Norway and per diems (NOK 430 pr. person/day) during the stay for up to four persons. Costs for extra persons must be covered by the group. Artists traveling from abroad have to cover their travel to Oslo by other funding.

Deadline: February 10th 2020, for residencies commencing fall 2020.

More information: dansearenanord.no

Main image: Molitrix scenekunst Foto: Zbigniew "Ziggi" Wantuch

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