During the epidemic, dance creations could not be performed in physical space, and some works may be presented as screendance. Many art organisations broadcast their previous works on the Internet. However, how to break through the limitations of the video interface, to curate and create dance works and dance education activities effectively, to maintain the quality of the activities that can be compared to the physical space, and open up alternative of the online platform?
Today, art organisations around the world put their massive videos online, and a variety of online art classes. How do artists use the Internet to create and teach? What are the limitations and unexplored possibilities of this form? Can we preserve the relationship between the viewer and the audience in the virtual interface, and at the same time develop a new approach to audience engagement?
City Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC) launches its first 14-day online residency programme, inviting dance artists, media artists, musicians, art educators and producers to participate in a joint discussion and proposal of forward-looking solutions, brainstorming, and exploring new possibilities.
Residency Date: 14-27 April, 2020
- Digital Creation
- Artists and producers in different fields are welcome to participate.
- Participate in the web briefing held at 9 pm Hong Kong time on 9 April, the video conference during the stay, and the briefing results of the public web seminar held at 9 pm on 27 April.
2. Digital Arts Education
- The participation of art educators is welcome, and those with teaching experience in primary and secondary schools are preferred.
- Participate in the web briefing held at 5 pm Hong Kong time on 9 April, the video conference during the stay, and the results of the public web seminar held at 5 pm on April 27.
Selected Hong Kong residents who are freelance practitioners can apply for a allowance of HK$4,000 and assess to CCDC venues, internet and equipment for research subject to availability. The dance company reserves the right to pay the allowance.
Please complete the below form before 10am Hong Kong time on 8 April, and the dance company will contact the selected participants.
CCDC reserves the right to revise the content of the residency, choose participants and the method of grant payment.
During the 14-day online residency programme, a total of 32 artists from different arts sector and different countries, including dance artists, media artists, musicians, art educators and producers participated in a joint discussion and proposal of forward-looking solutions, brainstorming, and exploring new possibilities. Please join our result presentation on 27 April!
Digital Arts Education 27.4.2020 5pm
Conducted in Cantonese with Mandarin simultaneous translation
Digital Creation 27.4.2020 9pm
Conducted in Cantonese and English with Mandarin and English simultaneous translation