The jury for the NDA residency program in Workshop Foundation, Budapest in the framework of Life Long Burning (LLB) have announced the results
Besides the criteria of a quality of an artistic proposal, the jury followed the guidelines of the open call prioritizing proposals from Balkans and NDA countries, projects that enhance regional and international collaboration, sharing the knowledge and artistic resources with the NDA network and those projects that give support to NDA’s initiatives for development
of local dance scenes based on collaboration, sharing and openness. Read More
The jury for the Dance Works! Programme 2017 consist of Angelina Georgieva, Dejan Srhoj and Aleksandra Janeva Imfeld are announcing the results for the co- production proposals of Life Long Burning (LLB) programme- Dance Works!
Besides the criteria of a quality of the artistic proposal, important aspect for the jury was the relation of the project to the region of the NDA network, part of which is the co-producer Lokomotiva-Skopje, as well as to its aims to enhance regional and international collaboration, sharing knowledge and artistic resources.
Led by these criteria, the jury gave the privilege to the proposal “Make it, make it, don’t fake it” by Darko Dragičević, Esta Matković and Vanja Smiljanić, co-produced by Quartier am Hafen, Cologne STANICA Servis za savremeni ples, Belgrade, JSKD Javni sklad Republike Slovenije za kulturne dejavnosti/Republic of Slovenia
Results for support of the Wild Card (residency in Budapest, Workshop Foundation) and Dance Works (Co-Production) in frame of Long Life Learning will be postponed for 10th of September.
Results will be published on the web site as Lokomotiva gets them by the jury. Jury consist of Alexandra Janeva Imfeld, Angelina Georgieva and Dejan Srhoj.
Life Long Burning/Wild Cards exchange: Anna Biczók and Sara Lanner
In the frame of Life Long Burning project- program Wild Card exchange, Lokomotiva- Centre for New Initiatives in Arts and Culture in partnership with danceWeb, Vienna, Austria and Workshop foundation, Budapest, Hungary is organizing two residencies. Read More
Nomad Dance Academy is back this summer, returning from its journey with fresh ideas, inspiring teachers, ancient city and contemporary dance Workshops. Nomad Summer provides space for people to learn, share knowledge, enter research processes and perform. It is about creating a community that is open, ready for dialogue and reflection.
In parallel with the workshop programme Nomad Summer developed programme slots on the themes: Education policies/Formal and Informal education (in contemporary dance); Regional model for education and research (in contemporary dance) and models of collaboration; Methodologies in teaching/Feedback, organised in the form of Presentations and Discussions. Also, the programme offers Open Space slots – open for creation “right there on the spot” content, proposed by any participant. Read More
DANCE WORKS! programme enables co-productions of new artworks.
This call offers possibility for production of new artwork that will be co-produced by the LLB partner Lokomotiva- Centre for New initiatives in Arts and Culture (Lokomotiva-Skopje), representing the Nomad Dance Academy network.
With this call WE ARE INVITING YOU to propose an art projects, which will be co-produced in the frame of DANCE WORKS! Programme. Read More
Station- Service for contemporary performing arts with collaboration with Onda- Office national de diffusion artistique (French office for contemporary performing arts circulation), offered scholarship for young choreographers, to be part of CND CAMPING – International choreographic platform in Paris, France from 19. 06 till 30. 06. 2017 Read More
Lokomotiva’s Critical Practice _ MADE in YU programme of Life Ling Burning project participates to BALKAN PLATFORMS programme of Malta Festival Poznań from 22 to 25 June 2017.
Invitation followed as recognition to Critical Practice _ MADE in YU and its working practice involving mentoring, support to self-organisation, networking with magazines, platforms and festivals and free programmes; support given to young critics who are deficient in this field in Europe and the programme regional (Balkan) dimension.