For dancers: university/academic degree in dance and/or two years professional experience with a renowned ensemble.
For choreographers: independent creation of at least one production with a public performance in the last three years
The Fellowship is promoted internationally. It has no age-restirctions and aims at single artists from the fields of dance and choreography (dancers and choreographers). They can apply if they meet requirements.
The Arts Foundation of North Rhine-Westphalia and the Pina Bausch Foundation have been following up on Pina Bausch’s credo since 2016 with a co-developed grant programme and award the Pina Bausch Fellowship for Dance and Choreography. It has no age-restirctions and aims at single artists from the fields of dance and choreography (dancers and choreographers). They can apply if they meet requirements.
Each fellowship can take a minimum of three months and no longer than six months. It includes a monthly allowance of 2.500 Euros and one-time travel expenses. Up to four fellowships are granted each year.
The application procedure requires:
You can find the form for your application for the Pina Bausch Fellowship 2017 here. You can submit all the relevant information and data on yourself and your plans for the Fellowship online. There are also instructions on how to complete the form.
The grant holders are selected by an international panel and will be announced in mid-December 2016. The panel’s decision is final and incontestable.
Kick-Off and Clnclusion
The selected participants take part in an introductory week in Wuppertal from January 10th to 15th, 2017. Following the end of the fellowship year, they introduce their results with a lecture in Wuppertal in January 2018.
The task of the Pina Bausch Foundation is to preserve the artistic legacy of the great dancer and choreographer; to keep it alive and carry it on into the future. One of the fundamental tasks of the foundation is to assort the very complex and exceptionally comprehensive material from Pina Bausch’s artistic legacy in an archive and make much of it available to the public. In addition, the foundation follows the traces in order to collect the knowledge and experience of Pina Bausch’s companions, dancers, and staff. The objective of this work is to keep Pina Bausch’s art alive by making it perceptible for future generations – for experts and amateurs, for the curious and newcomers, people of all ages and especially for a young generation of dancers. In letting the pieces come true on stage again and again in the future. And in having a long-term home for the Pina Bausch Foundation and the Pina Bausch Archive; a place for people to meet and a creative universe, like a lushly verdant garden. A centre from which Pina Bausch’s work radiates into the world.
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