New Works invites expressions of interest from dance and movement artists to participate in our 2024-25 season of performance, residency, and learning opportunities. Apply to perform at All Over The Map on Granville Island; to be an Artist in Residence in the studio or theatre; or to join the New Works team as the Summer Production Intern. All applications due 31 January 2024.
The New Works Cohort Program is a 5-month long program offering both mentorship and coaching about the business aspect of dance. It aims to provide learning and guided experience towards independent artists' knowledge and stability within the dance art sector.
New Works Cohort Program 2024 applications are now closed. Successful applicants will be notified by Dec 1st.
NW In Practice is a professional development series for dance teacher and leaders to gather and engage in critical conversation around the practice of teaching dance. This season, the series will focus on addressing and supporting needs in community driven spaces through a diversity of topics and angles.
We are excited to share that CanDance members New Works, The Dance Centre and the National Arts Centre, are partnering to facilitate and host a Creative Exchange Project between All Bodies Dance Project and dance artist Adam Warren, both located in Vancouver, and Propeller Dance in Ottawa.
Project Goals: Over the course of the season the XR Program Coordinator will have the opportunity to hone their skills as a program designer, gain confidence overseeing a team, and develop expertise negotiating and stewarding valuable partner relationships. "Program development will include identifying and implementing community support, artist support and educational and skill building opportunities. In addition, an essential part of this role is planting seeds, building relationships and researching resources to continue building the program into our next season."
A Dance-Filled 30th Anniversary Season at New Works.
New Works celebrates three decades of dance with a jam-packed season of performances and artist support programs.
Vancouver, BC: New Works gathers new and returning communities close in celebration of three decades of dance programming with an inspiring season of rich, collaborative presentations. A landmark season, especially coming out of the last few years, 2023-24 offers up programming for artists, audiences, and arts workers alike to be part of this history-making moment.