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In Scope

Bronx Artist

Residency

Our Bronx Artist Residency is open to 4 Dancers and
2 Local Bronx Visual Artists [filmmaker/photographer]. 

1) Residency Dancers will live and create in The Bronx for a duration of 3 months. ​Following all CDC guidelines, every artist has their own private room & workspace with at least six-foot distance. The residence includes 2 bathrooms, 1 1/2 kitchens, dining room, lounge area, private garden & office space.

2) Visual/Performance Artists (day residents only) must reside in The Bronx. 

 

Residency Dates:
January 17th-April 17th 2021

 

Description:
Four Dancers and Two Artists will collaborate to create an immersive performance that will be both in-person (COVID-compliant) and streaming.
Over the course of 12 weeks, artists will complete a series of creative tasks, short projects, and weekly interviews documenting the creative process in quarantine. Dance residents will receive a certificate of completion and membership for one year to the Global Dance Hub platform and a one-year membership to the UN International Dance Council. 

RESIDENCY COORDINATOR: MILERKA RODRIGUEZ
 

GUEST CHOREOGRAPHERs: 

DORREN "MOGLII" SMITH

Dominique Robinson

Christina Cruz

Milerka Rodriguez

GUEST ARTISTS MENTORS:

Jose Ortiz, Dr.Drum

Akim Weston

Jorge Pabon, pop master fabel 

 

Residency Administrative Fee:
*$700 (upon acceptance into the residency) + $200 (sanitation fee)

Includes:

Workspace

Workshops with Local Artists

Private room

Virtual & appointment only events

Administrative resources and support

RESIDENCY DETAILS

Details and updates on the program and Covid 

Requirements

Dancers must be registered for the 150 Virtual Certificate program through Dance Gap Year. 

Must attend all workshops and talks, in person or virtual

Must be willing to allow for public display/use of work or documentation of the making of such works.
M
ust be comfortable participating in live-streamed events as well as documentation of the process. 

We have built a virtual dance platform due to COVID-19 as a service to the global dance community to promote high-quality dance education for all. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation so we may continue our services. We are a registered organization under the Fractured Atlas 501c3 umbrella and your donations will allow us to continue to serve.