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PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY, AUDITION for SITE SPECIFIC EVENT in Los Angeles
with Director/Choreographer Stephan Koplowitz
Director/Choreographer Stephan Koplowitz is creating a site-specific
performance event for Los Angeles Metro's Red Line, spanning from Union
Station to North Hollywood.
Looking for adventurous professional dancers who are technically trained in
contemporary movement, skilled in various improvisation practices and have
experience in developing process based work for alternative spaces.
Seeking eight performers (male & female) PAID Opportunity.
Must be available to work mid-day Wednesdays and weekends (from Feb.
AUDITION DATES and LOCATIONS:
Saturday, Feb. 2, 2:00PM
at Evolution Dance Studio Inc.
4200 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91602 - USA
Wednesday, Feb. 6, 1PM
at Electric Lodge,
1416 Electric Avenue Venice, CA 90291
Please confirm attendance by submitting resume and headshot to:
Stephan Koplowitz is an award winning director/choreographer/media artist
known for his work on stage, film and creating original site-specific works
for architecturally significant sites. He is the recipient of a 2004
Alpert Award in the Arts (Dance), a 2003 Guggenheim Fellowship in
Choreography in addition to a 2000 New York Dance and Performance Award,
“Bessie” for “Sustained Achievement” in Choreography. His work has been
seen across the United States and in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and
Vietnam. (for more information please visit: www.koplowitzprojects.com &
These performances are a part of Bauhaus Street Conference, and Koplowitz’s
site project is one of two creative projects connected to this event which
also includes Choreographer and Installation Artist William Forsythe who
will present his installation, City of Abstracts from April 5-11.
Bauhaus Street Conference is organized by the Goethe Institut of Los
Angeles with the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and the
Bauhaus Universitat Weimar, with support from the Daimler and Benz
from LA Culture Net