Company: Sydnie L. Mosley Dances
Location: New York, NY
Compensation: paid performances, paid teaching artist/facilitation work, company class at every rehearsal, and more.
Artistic Director Sydnie L. Mosley seeks dance artists who are mature performers, teachers, administrators and who believe in and uphold our Core Values: DREAMING, ACTIVISM, AUTHENTICITY, INDIVIDUALITY, COMMUNITY, LEARNING.
TO RSVP FOR AUDITION please email CV detailing performance, teaching, and administrative experience to email@example.com.
Thursday, June 29th, 2017
10:00AM-2:00 PM @ 100 Grand Dance
Call Back: Friday, June 30th, 2017
***MUST attend at least 2 Company Classes prior to the audition.***
IF you cannot afford class, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. No dancer will be denied due to lack of funds.
WHO YOU ARE
The company seeks women who have a minimum of 2-3 years experience working as an artist in NYC, and are actively developing their gender and anti-racist analyses. Women of color highly encouraged to apply.
Dancers must have strong technical foundation in a range of modern dance techniques including release and contact improvisation, as well as any African Diasporic dance forms. We are seeking dancers who enjoy creating collaboratively, and have experience with theatrical performance. Dancers must have a background in education and facilitation. Dancers also must be willing to share their administrative skills to advance our organizing work.
WHO WE ARE
SLMDances works collaboratively, values continual learning, and is invested in one another’s success. Creative works and educational workshops are collectively researched and co-created. Still, each of our artists is a bawse in her own right: we are responsive, creative problem solvers, independent thinkers and clear communicators who are organized, appreciative of feedback, and value high quality work.
COMPENSATION + BENEFITS
paid performances, paid teaching artist/facilitation work, company class at every rehearsal, community building, access to photo and video content featuring your work as a performer and facilitator, professional development opportunities including teacher training and support for achieving personal goals.
Company Class every Tuesday and Thursday 10AM-12PM, followed by Rehearsal 12-2PM. Occasional evening or weekend rehearsals as needed, scheduled in collaboration with dancers. Professional Development meetings second Wednesday of the month 6-8PM.
Orientation and Overnight Retreat: August 17-21, 2017 (mandatory)
Fall Season: September – November 2017 (OFF December 2017)
Spring Season: January – April 2018