Exp: Nihil sit qui nostrum.

This open call takes place in the context of TANZPAKT Stuttgart, an initiative of the Cultural Office of the State Capital of Stuttgart. By inviting artists from all over the world to apply, the participating institutions seek to improve networking and collaboration in Stuttgart’s freelance dance scene, and to facilitate work on choreographic practice. Creating space for inquiry, research and artistic production is a further goal. Willingness to present one’s own work and interact with the Free Dance Scene in Stuttgart are prerequisites.

Two fellowships are being awarded. One from February – July 2020, and the other from July – December 2020.

At the end of each residency stay, the creative results will be presented in a format chosen by the fellowship holder. The festival Die irritierte Stadt (20–26 July, 2020) and the SEEDS Dance Laboratory (September 2020) are due to take place in the aforementioned residency periods.

Deadline: 22 November 2019.

More information: www.akademie-solitude.de.

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A new report by the World Health Organisation

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