As part of TD International Exchange Programme, this year we are delighted to collaborate again with Grand Studio, Brussels, Tenerife-LAV, Tanztendenz (München) and Trois C-L (Luxemburg) to host a total of 9 residencies for 18 dancers.
The residencies are addressed to mid-career dance artists with experience in the creation and dissemination of their own work and a demonstrated track record of a minimum of five years of professional activity.
This Open Call is for a two-week residency in Grand Studio, Brussels, 25 July – 07 August 2022.
The residency is for one project with a maximum of three participants, providing studio space, accommodation, and a stipend for travel and subsistence.
Application deadline: 23 April 2022, 6pm
- Be a resident of the island of Ireland
- Be an experienced or mid-career dance artist with experience in the creation and dissemination of your own work, and a demonstrated track record of a minimum of five years of professional activity
- Be available to travel on the proposed dates: 25 July – 07 August 2022
If you encounter any issues in the application process or have any questions regarding the project, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Overall, TD International 2022 will award bursaries to four Ireland-based dance artists to attend residencies in Grand Studio and Tenerife-LAV, while hosting dance artists from each of these international partners, who will participate in residencies in Tipperary Excel during 2022.
We are proud of our TD International Exchange Programme partners: Le Grand Studio (Brussels), Trois C-L (Luxemburg), Tenerife LAV (La Laguna, Tenerife), Tanztendenz (München), Tigh Roy Ionad Culthúrtha (Tipperary), and Tipperary Excel Arts Centre.
This programme is supported by the The Arts Council of Ireland under the Arts Grant Awards Scheme, Tipperary County Council, Tipperary Excel Arts Centre.
Tipperary Dance International Residences Exchange Programme. What is it?
The TD INTERNATIONAL residencies exchange programme supports and facilitates a decentralised framework for dance artists to explore different approaches to creation, production, audience engagement and research practice(s), as well as providing opportunities to develop international networking connections.
The 2022 programme will facilitate:
• Two residences for four Ireland-based dance artists in Grand Studio, Brussels, and Tenerife LAV, respectively.
• Two residencies in Tipperary for two dance artists from Grand Studio and two from Tenerife LAV.
A shifting landscape in arts resources has encouraged European stakeholders to build networks beyond national borders to facilitate creation, research, co-production and dissemination.
Since dance artists are increasingly reliant on such networks to create and disseminate work, this project aims to strengthen the interconnection between Ireland’s dance sector and these emerging international networks.
The 2022 programme international partners are Trois C-L in Luxemburg, Grand Studio, Brussels, Tenerife LAV, Tanztendenz, Münich, Tipperary Excel Arts Centre, Tigh Roy Ionad Cultúrtha.
Please note: some residences are curated while others are subject to an open call.
Photo Credits: Root by Saeed Hani. Dancers: Amberlee Toumanguelov, Hannah Scully, Anja Nicholson. Photo: Alexandre Iseli