$10,000 Scholarship for Mid-Career Choreographers from Ausdance
Applications Close May 31st
Ausdance National invites eligible choreographers who can demonstrate the value of the fellowship to their own choreographic development, practice or career to submit an expression of interest. Applications for this biennial fellowship close Friday May 31st 2019.
Dame Peggy van Praagh was the founding artistic director of The Australian Ballet (1962). She dedicated much of her career to fostering young Australian choreographers in ballet and contemporary dance.
The $10,000 will be awarded to a mid-career choreographer (35 years and over) who demonstrate their support for choreographic development that advances the profession. The next fellowship will be awarded at the 2019 National Dance Forum in Darwin, 9-10 August.
Previous recipients are Kristina Chan (2017), Lina Limosani (2015), Kay Armstrong (2013) and Stephanie Lake (2012).
Ausdance invites eligible choreographers who can demonstrate the value of the fellowship to their own choreographic development, practice or career to submit an expression of interest.
Your fellowship activities should be completed within two years. The fellowship will not contribute to a performance, but you must produce a public outcome of some description (read reports from previous Fellows for suggestions).
There is no formal application form, but as concisely as possible (in two pages or less), please tell us:
- who you are
- what you want to do
- how you are going to do it
- how you think this work will advance the profession
- what your public outcome will be.
Fellowship applicants must:
- have a body of work valued and recognised by peers, in either ballet or contemporary dance
- be 35 years or over with at least 10 years’ professional experience working as a choreographer
- be an Australian citizen or resident and an Ausdance member
- provide a CV and two written references.
For more information and to apply visit: ausdance.org.au/projects/details/ausdance-peggy-van-praagh-choreographic-fellowship