Wild Card in the frame of Ex.e.r.ce Master

4Culture Association in partnership with Centre Chorégraphique National Montpellier offers the first Wild Card in the frame of the multi-annual cooperation programme Life Long Burning (2013-2018).

Organizer: Centre Chorégraphique National Montpellier LR in partnership with 4Culture Association

When: September 30 – November 8 (6 weeks)

Where: CCN de Montpellier LR

The program offers participation to the Master program for one young artist:
3 weeks workshop with Mathilde Monnier and Christophe Wavelet (1-18 October)
1 week workshop with Alain Buffard and Guests (October 28 – November 1)
1 week workshop with La Ribot (4-8 November)

Optional: possibility to attend to a one week workshop “choreographic culture sources” and “analysis of the body” according to the project and the level of French language.

Application requirements:
Selection of the participants is made on biography and motivation letter (to be sent in English or French)

Application deadline: August 16, 2013

Applications will be sent to coordination@4culture.ro, in the attention of Andreea Capitanescu, artistic director of 4Culture Association

Additional information:

The organizers cover:
costs of the flight
accommodation and per diem
tickets for mandatory shows or visits
educational costs of the 6 weeks


Life Long Burning is a European multi-annual cooperation project between 12 European partners – Cullberg Ballet/SE, Centre Choregraphique de Montpellier/FR, danceWeb/AT, Lokomotiva/MK, Station – Service for Contemporary Dance/ RS, Ultima Vez/BE, worskspacebrussels/BE, Workshop Foundation/HU, Asociatia 4Culture/RO, Stichting Het Veem Theatre/NL, Tala Dance Centre/HR, Ufer Studios GmbH/DE and 45 associated partners, funded by the Culture programme of the European Union.

Life Long Burning (2013-2018) aims to support the creation and development of an infrastructure in the field of contemporary dance and performance in Europe. The activities implemented in the frame of Life Long Burning aim to support and professionalize the practitioners in the field of contemporary dance (performers, choreographers, administrators, managers, journalists, etc) as well as the wide audience.

*This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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