Category:Dance Productions - Platform for Emerging Choreographers
Date / Time:2020.11.18 ( )
'New Force in Motion' Series return in 2021 with a Fresh Look - Call for Choreography Proposals
Presented by the Hong Kong Dance Alliance for the first time and sponsored by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, the 'New Force in Motion' Series 2021 will showcase the artistic ideas of emerging choreographers in Hong Kong in an enhanced format. Besides providing a professional platform and sponsorship to the new generation of choreographers, the series also encourages the development of various dance genres within the local dance scene with the aim of sparking creativity and diversity in choreography. The submission deadline for proposals will be 12:00pm, 17 December 2020.
Throughout the years, the Series presented numerous talented choreographers including Rex Cheng and KT Yau (2017); Gabbie Chan and Jennifer Mok (2018); Joseph Lee, Terry Tsang and Tsang Wing Fai (2019); Chan Wai Lok, Sudhee Liao and Alice Ma (2020). Many of them went on to win awards at the annual Hong Kong Dance Awards, as well as being invited to conduct dance exchange and sharing in different countries.
-Performance venue and production cost;
-Administration, marketing and production team;
-Venue rental for 120 hours of rehearsal for each choreographer;
-Recommendation and audition of dancers;
Date: 10-12 September 2021, 4 performances (tentative)
Venue: Kwai Tsing Theatre, Black Box Theatre
Stage type: End-stage
Audience Capacity: 120 / performance
Length: 20-30 minutes for each work
Number of dancers: Maximum of 6 for each work
Applicant may be required to attend an interview during 7-13 January 2021.
17 December 2020 12:00noon
How to apply
Please complete the Choreography Proposal Form and send it to email@example.com . Please state “ 2021'New Force in Motion' Series - Call For Choreography Proposals” in the email subject.
Download Choreography Proposal Form: Word format
Assistant Project Manager
2267 6733 / firstname.lastname@example.org
*Hong Kong Dance Alliance is financially supported by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council