Choreography, Dancer, and Teaching Artist Opportunities
BDA publishes calls for participation for upcoming local opportunities for Boston area choreographers, dancers, and teaching artists by deadline date.
Check out the grantor’s website for each grant, residency, or fellowship opportunity to confirm your eligibility, deadlines, etc. BDA takes no responsibility for out of date or inaccurate information. Past deadlines will not appear on this list.
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Need a fiscal sponsor in order to apply for a grant opportunity? Check out the information here and get in touch with us to learn more.
Dance Residency for Choreographers under the auspices of Kelley Donovan. Thirty day Central Square space residencies can be renewed on a month to month basis with 8-9 hours per week minimum space rental at $7 per hour. Resident artist will have a short informal showing in the late spring date TBA. Choreographers must come in person to view the space to discuss scheduling options and the parameters of use of the space. Choreographers must show the results of their work in an informal showing in spring TBD.
Third Life Choreographers Series gives Boston area choreographers a venue to try out new work in an informal setting or to show more developed work. The Series has presented over 150 Boston dance groups and choreographers from NYC, Vermont, Philadelphia,and CT. Upcoming shows are scheduled for Sept. 28th, Dec. 14th, Late Feb, Late March and Mid June. Go to the Goggle form on the site to sign up for a slot!
The Mass Cultural Council STARS program which brings artists, scientists and scholars into school settings, does not have a set deadline — they make grants as long as the funds last. You must partner with a school before applying, so read the guidelines carefully.
Peterborough Dance Theatre in New Hampshire is always looking for Guest Artist Choreographers to set new works on a variety of styles on its Youth Performing Company. This is a “Non-Competition” dance studio, choosing to focus more on dance as an art.
Dance/USA posts national and international jobs and auditions for dancers, choreographers and administrators.
The International Association of Blacks in Dance has begun to list jobs; while many of these duplicate other national postings, dancers/dancemakers of color may want to subscribe.