Four dancemakers will be selected from a pool of applicants to be a 2017 CDF Lab Artist. Each selected artist will receive a $15,000 cash grant combined with a year of mentorship to support the research, development and performance of a newly choreographed work.
Applications are due on February 6. Take this opportunity to get fully prepared and get feedback on any progress you have made thus far. Work through your application and learn more about the program in a conversation with 2016 CDF Lab Artist, Pranita Jain / Mandala South Asian Performing Arts http://www.chicagodancemakers.org/pranita-jain, 2007 CDF artist and RDDI artist Ayako Kato/Art Union Humanscape http://www.artunionhumanscape.net/, and American Rhythm Center faculty & RDDI tap artist Nico Rubio http://nicosrubio.com/.
Thanks to CDF community partners and co-hosts at Mandala Arts in the Fine Arts Building, this event is FREE and open to the public.
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