BILATERAL 2019 Budapest/Philadelphia Dance Artist Residency Exchange

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    Two Philadelphia dance artists will be invited to explore dance and other cultural resources, as research for their own creative work and professional growth, in a 3 week Residency in Budapest, Hungary this Fall 2019, from September 30 thru October 23.

    The guest artists will be hosted by The Workshop Foundation. Artists are free to develop an open ended residency with the assistance of the Foundation with activities that could include, creative time, informal studio showings of work, attending performances, meeting other artists, among other activities. BILATERAL artists receive housing, per diem and a small stipend. Roundtrip airfare is provided.

    The BILATERAL Budapest/Philadelphia Dance Artist Residency Exchange is artist centered, but the intent is to reveal some of the experience of dance artists in both cities as well as build connections between the two artistic communities.

    To date 14 dance artists have participated in this unique 3 week artist residency exchange through partners Philadelphia Dance Projects (PDP), DanceUP and the Workshop Foundation:

    2012 Ferenc Feher, Katya Lengel/Budapest
    2013 Tori Lawrence, Guillermo Ortega/Philadelphia
    2014 Adrienn Hod, Judit Szamos/Budapest
    2015 Nichole Canuso, Gabrielle Revlock/Philadelphia
    2016 Anna Biczok, Imre Vass/Budapest
    2017 Megan Mazarick, Jungwoong Kim/ Philadelphia
    2018 Kata Juhasz, Patrik Kelemen/Budapest

    This special project is made possible with support from the Trust For Mutual Understanding

    More info/questions please contact PDP:

    9 North Preston Street, Phila PA 19104 USA

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