RESIDENCY PROGRAMS

MAKING:LA

MAKING:LA is now a rolling residency program that supports Los Angeles based artists and professional companies in the development of new work. LADP offers a tailored experience for each residency through rehearsal space, production/technical support, mentorship, and exchange. MAKING:LA is intended to be a laboratory for investigation - culminating presentations are encouraged, however, this program does not support fully produced works. Projects are chosen based on feasibility, availability of space, artistic merit and alignment with LADP’s mission to build a vibrant and innovative artistic culture in Los Angeles. Artists and companies of all disciplines are encouraged to apply.


Proposals for MAKING:LA are accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed by our artistic staff.

Only complete proposals will be reviewed.

Due to the number of proposals we receive, we are not able to provide feedback.

MAKING:LA RESIDENTS

Jay Carlon, FLEX (2018)

The Industry, Sweet Land (2019)


A complete proposal includes:

-Contact Information (Name/company, email, phone, website, contact person)

-Resume or CV (Submit for all key collaborators.)

-Bio (Submit for key collaborators.)

-Project Description (400 words or less on the specific work and process.)

-Statement of intent (200 words or less on the goals of the residency.)

-Timeline (Ideal dates for the residency period and big picture timeline for the work.)

-Work Samples (A digital portfolio of recent work.)

-Any Supplemental Material


MAKING:LA Proposals can be sent to residencies@ladanceproject.org

For further questions please contact brian@ladanceproject.org


2245 Choreographic Residencies

2019 Choreographic Residencies

Session A: May 6 - 11, 2019

Session B: May 13 - 18, 2019

Session C: May 20 - 25, 2019

Applications Open: March 15, 2019

Applications Close: April 5, 2019

2018 Choreographic Residents

Stephanie Zaltel, szalt dance co.

Derion Loman, NoiRed Moves

Marissa Brown, Lone King Projects

Designed for early career choreographers, this annual program supports three projects in their initial stages of development. The focus is on providing participants with an intensive week to dive into a generative process and formulate their impulses. Individuals, companies, and collaboratives are encouraged to submit applications for multidisciplinary projects that combine dance with technology, visual art, installation, music, or other mediums. Projects should not be previously performed or presented and not require additional technical support.

Selected artists receive one week of rehearsal at L.A. Dance Project: 2245. The facility includes a sound system, sprung floor, central AC system, private changing rooms, and parking. The week will culminate with an informal public presentation and conversation with the artist, supported and promoted by L.A. Dance Project.

APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED

The application period closed on April 5, 2019 at 12:00 pm PST.

Due to the number of applications we receive, we are not able to provide feedback.

For further questions please contact brian@ladanceproject.org


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Artist in Residence JAMES BUCKHOUSE

Working on a number of initiatives for engagement and public programming, James Buckhouse joins LADP in the 2018-2019 Season. James Buckhouse is an artist practicing at the intersection of the visual and performing arts. He has exhibited at the Whitney Biennial, the Solomon R. Guggenheim’s Works & Process Series, The Institute of Contemporary Art in London, The Berkeley Art Museum, and the Dia Center. He has collaborated with leading choreographers at the New York City Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, Oregon Ballet Theatre, and Pennsylvania Ballet.