9th edition of the 3…2…1…DANCE! choreographic competition
Krakow Choreographic Centre invites you to the 9th edition of 3…2…1… DANCE! choreographic competition which will be held on 23-24 March 2019 in the Nowa Huta Cultural Centre, Krakow, Poland.
The event 3…2…1… DANCE! is a choreographic competition which has taken place annually since 2011. The competition includes solo works, duos and trios, basing on widely perceived contemporary dance techniques. The main aim of the competition is to confront your own choreographic work with professional jury and the feedback, from both the jury and the audience, which is to educate the latter. 3…2…1…DANCE! is one of the few Polish competitions which is directed to those choreographers who are looking for their own, original manners of expression, regardless of their age and experience.
The form of the competition constitutes its distinctive feature; according to it every juror, without consulting other members of the jury, awards his/her own two prizes for two chosen presentations. The juror has to determine what values of a particular performance influenced his/her decision and list them on the certificate. Additional prizes in the competition are the audience award and the Grand Prix. The Grand Prix will be chosen by the Organizers from among all the winners.
23rd March 2019 – competition evening (preselected pieces)
24th March 2019 – announcement of results and presentations of winners.
THE CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION:
Presentation time cannot be longer than: 12 minutes for trio, 9 minutes for duo, 6 minutes for solo.
Application fee: 25 euro SOLO, 50 euro DUO, 75 euro TRIO.
application deadline: 13th February 2019
Results of preselection: 25th February 2019
The pool of prizes: 3100 euro + workshops during the Contemporary Dance Festival SPACER 2019
- 3x first prize 500 euro
- 3x second prize 300 euro
- 1 x audience prize 300 euro
- Grand Prix 400 euro
Attention! The competition is addressed to choreographers and performers over 18 years old. The preselection will be made on the technical recording of the spectacle – one shot, without montage, in the best possible quality. The recording should last exactly as long as the competition presentation. The organizers inform that works showing work in progress, teasers and trailer performances will be rejected due to formal reasons. Additionally – it should be taken into account that during the competition only one lighting plan can be used and there is no possibility of using multimedia projections.
Krakow Choreographic Centre, Krakow, Poland
al. Jana Pawła II 232