Artists working toward a culminating show with a specific end-date. Time and space are provided for a specified period of time in order develop new work with the intention that the work will be presented to the public.
Established artists working long-term in a choreographic or research capacity. This program supports artists making significant contributions to the field via ongoing projects that would benefit from continued support, studio space over an extended period of time, and organizational support from The Center for Flamenco Arts.
This program offers residencies for the development of new work for and with artists abroad. International Artists in Residence will be provided with choreography opportunities, workshops and public outreach in order to foster recognition, exposure and interaction in the U.S.
Facultative Community Partnership
As part of one of the above residency options and working in collaboration with outside presenters, venues and funders, this program seeks to make strategic alignments that help leverage additional resources for artists to more fully develop their work. Additional networking and development support can be cultivated in supplement to one of the above residencies.
All applicants must submit a Letter of Inquiry in order to receive a link to the application. Applications open two months prior to the start of each cycle.
2017-2018 Application Cycles:
Residency Cycle 1: September 2017 – December 2017 (Closed)
Residency Cycle 2: March 2018 – June 2018 (Applications open January 1st)
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