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Intersection Dance Project is seeking collaborators for a Summer 2009 project. We are searching for musicians, visual artists, scientists, philosophers, actors , writers…ANYONE who is interested in seeing their professional endeavors or interests realized through movement. Intersection Dance is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit dance company that seeks to bring artists of all disciplines together in collaboration for community education. If you are interested in developing a collaborative work with us, email email@example.com. Please include your contact information, CV and a brief statement about why this project interests you. Check us out on the web at http://www.intersectiondance.org.
from LA Culture Net
An International Documentary Film Festival, known as DOCSDF and scheduled for October 15 to 24 in Mexico City, is inviting filmmakers, producers and directors to submit their best works by May 15.
This year's festival has nine categories: best international documentary; best Iberoamerican documentary; best Mexican documentary; best TV documentary; best international short documentary; best Mexican short documentary; best photography; best Mexican documentary on education; and best documentary on the environment.
Viver Brasil Dance Company Audition
"Viver Brasil...an intoxicating foray into the exotic...pyrotechnic
physicality"... LA Times
WHEN Thursday, May 7, from 7:30-9:30pm
WHERE: Lula Washington Dance Theatre Studio, Studio B, 3773
Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 9001Artistic Directors Linda Yudin and
Luiz Badaró are seeking two male dancers and 1 female dancer for the
upcoming ’09 – ’10 Season. Rehearsals begin on May 14, 2009 with
performances in July through December. Performances include the Ford
Amphitheater, Levitt Pavilion in Pasadena, Redlands Bowl, Redlands,
CA and Guadalajara, Mexico. Potential performers must be available
on Monday and Thursday evenings, Saturday and Sunday
afternoons.Dancers should have a strong modern dance technique with
Volume 6, Issue 6 of Poetry Victims is now online, featuring art by Ed Baker and Poetry by Dorien Grey.
Check it out!
From October 19 to November 27, 2009, El Pueblo Historical Monument
will present Sacred Memories: Cross-Cultural Celebrations of Day of the
Dead. Sacred Memories follows El Pueblo $B!G (Bs acclaimed 2007 exhibition
which explored celebrations that venerate the departed including Dia de
los Muertos, first observed by the indigenous people of Latin America,
China $B!G (Bs Qingming, and other rituals practiced in United States,
Europe, Africa and the Caribbean. Artists are asked to submit for
consideration two and three-dimensional work (including ofrendas/altars)
that examines rituals honoring the deceased and/or pays tribute to
Submissions should be sent to:
History Division, El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument
125 Paseo de la Plaza, Suite 400
Skirball Cultural Center, School and Teacher Programs Proudly presents:
Teaching Our World Through the Arts, 2009-2010
Become an Arts Educator-even if you can't dance or sing!
No prior experience required.
Teach core subjects using music, drama, movement, film, photography, and other media.
Learn arts-based techniques to help bring your curriculum to life.
Develop activities and lessons around visual and performing arts presented in your school community.
Teaching Our World through the Arts is a multidisciplinary program comprised of four distinct strands, each covering one specific genre of the arts. Each strand consists of four full Saturdays of highly interactive training as well as a live performance or exhibition tour-at no additional charge!
Hip Hop Dance Festival
CALL FOR WORK
Deadline for submission: June 15, 2009
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL:
The J.U.i.C.E. Hip Hop Dance Festival is an annual showcase of cutting-edge street dance choreography and hip hop culture produced by J.U.i.C.E. (Justice By Uniting In Creative Energy) at the outdoor, 1241-seat Ford Amphitheatre. It will take place on Sat. Oct. 3rd, 2009.
JHHDF unites the rhythmic virtuosity and extreme physicality of street dance to â€œexpand [hip hopâ€™s] creative horizonsâ€ (Lewis Segal, L.A. Times).â€ Artistic Directors Amy â€œCatfoxâ€ Campion and Jacob â€œKujoâ€ Lyons bring LAâ€™s freshest street dance choreographers to the stage to celebrate and to reinvent hip hop culture.
WHAT WEâ€™RE LOOKING FOR: