HAUT and Åbne Scene have launched the Call IN PROCESS – Injectioner #2 to encourage artists to be curious about knowledge and experience that at first are not part of the artistic team.
The organisers want to support artists to open their artistic universe to other influences. Applying artists are aked to enter into dialogue with other types of knowledge and experiences that exist in the local context that Aarhus provides for this residency.
The production meeting on 4 August will include a dialogue with the curated artistic group, together they will finda local sparring partner from Aarhus. During the residency period on 4-9 September at Åbne Scene in Aarhus, the local sparring partner will meet the group 1-2 times, depending on the artist/s needs and wishes.
The call is open to artists and choreographers who are in the beginning phase of an artistic project and who want to try out an artistic idea or collaboration, who need black box facilities and a professional exchange with people from fields of knowledge they are not yet familiar with. The organisers are offering a fee for 6 working days of 9000 DKK per artis; a fee for preparation, participation in meetings and evaluation of 1500 DKK per. artist; a material budget of max. 3000 DKK; accommodation at Godsbanen as well as the cover of travel costs of 2000 DKK per person. For artists with kids HAUT offers to support expenses for child care during the residency with up to 3.000 DKK.
Applications should be submitted before the deadline of 19 June. The application can be written in Danish and English. Find more information here.
IN PROCESS - INJECTIONS #2 is curated by Trine Sørensen, curator of Åbne Scene, and the artistic director of HAUT, a performing arts organization founded in 2014 by a team of young producers, directors, choreographers and entrepreneurs with experience in all performing arts fields. Today, HAUT focuses on artistic development work and knowledge sharing. Åbne Scene is an open call-based residency program for professional performing arts that supports and nurtures artistic work, and provides space for experiments and works in process.