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 Across Oceans’ Choreographic Marathon

Sat-Mon, May 19-21
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Toronto, Canada

Intensive exchange for movement artists in new creation in all genres and forms of movement arts. Ensemble-trio-duet-solo threads. Bring an Idea and Run with It. Not kilometers but 26.2+++ hours of process, feedback, development in a community of rigor and support.
Facilitated by Across Oceans Arts. (accessible and multi-lingual).

Zoë Klein Productions

Fri-Sat, Feb 2-3, 8pm; Sun, Feb 4, 7pm
Dance Mission Theater, SF

Zoë Klein Productions is seeking volunteers for their 2018 expansion of Born, Never Asked. Volunteers would be responsible for tasks such as ushering, concessions, and supporting reception.

6:30pm call time for Fri-Sat, Feb 2-3, 8pm
5:30pm call time for Sun, Feb 4, 7pm

Contact Zoë Klein:

East Bay Dances Festival

Apply by Wed, Feb 14
Performance: Sun, Jun 3, 4-6pm
Odell Johnson Performing Arts Center, Laney College, Oakland

Oakland Ballet Company is looking for performers to join the company for its fourth annual Festival this June. Professional dance companies, choreographers, and dance studios with performing companies are encouraged to apply. All styles of dance are welcome.

To apply:

Contact Leah Curran:

Studio 210 Work Exchange

Available Immediately
Studio 210, SF

Looking for a choreographer to clean the studio in exchange for rehearsal time. For every hour spent cleaning, get an hour in the studio. Flexible schedule is a must, as you will work around the Studio 210 calendar. Preference for an artist living in SF to make scheduling easier. Cleaning is required at least once a week.

To apply, please send a letter of interest to Managing Director, Stephanie Unger. Please include availability, ability to commit to once a week cleaning for an extended period of time, plus some information about you as an artist.

Contact Stephanie Unger:

Luna: January Practitioner Exchange

Tue, Jan 9, 4:30-6pm
Luna Dance Institute

Cost: $15-$40 sliding scale donation

Join choreographer and dance educator, Sam Stone, on the topic of Dance in Special Education and Inclusion. Discuss ways to move beyond compliance and into inclusion. Explore the value of creative dance and how it offers an opportunity for all bodies to find freedom and power, including those who are often excluded and marginalized.

$15 – $40* sliding scale, pay $40 to become a Professional Learning Annual User and have access to Luna’s lending library, multiple free consultations, and free access to future Practitioner Exchanges.

Contact: 510-883-1118

Fort Mason Artist Site Visit

Tue, Jan 30, 1pm
Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture, SF

A tour of the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture campus for professional performing artists interested in presenting their work at the Fort Mason Center and /or the San Francisco International Arts Festival in 2019 or 2020.

Please RSVP:

The tour takes approximately 90 minutes followed by up to 30 minutes of Q&A. Venues include the Cowell and Southside Theaters, Battery Point, Chapel, Festival Pavilion, Firehouse, Gallery 308 and the General’s Residence. Gather at the picnic benches in front of Building B in Lower Fort Mason at 1pm.

Artists can also view the dates and more details on the “Path to Democracy” theme for the 2019 Festival at this link:

Contact: 415-399-9554,

December Practitioner Exchange: Getting Started in Dance: Classroom Teacher Perspectives

Tue, Dec 12, 4:30-6pm
Luna Dance Institute, Berkeley
Cost: $15 – $40 sliding scale

Join 2nd-grade teacher, CJ Logel, as he leads a conversation about how to integrate dance into the school classroom – how to even begin! Engage with fellow educators in a supportive community. Bring your questions, stories, successes, challenges and lesson ideas to this casual but dynamic discussion.

Contact: or 510-883-1118

44 Gough St, Suite 201
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