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FACETS 2015, Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts. (Bangalore)
FACETS 2012-2013, Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts. (Bangalore)


Meghna Bhardwaj- 2017

is an Inlaks Awardee at FACETS, International Choreography Residency, Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts from January 2017 to February 2017.


Diya Naidu was an Inlaks Awardee at FACETS, International Choreography Residency, Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts from January 2015 to February 2015.


Anoushka Kurien

was an Inlaks Awardee at FACETS, International Choreography Residency, Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts from Decemeber 2012 to January 2013.


Attakkalari is India’s premiere organization working in the field of contemporary movement arts. It was constituted in 1992 to facilitate the development of contemporary cultural expressions in India, particularly in the performing arts and is today recognized internationally as an important educational institution and cultural organization in the South Asia region.


FACETS 2012 -2013 – International Choreography Residency for Young Choreographers.


This programme is scheduled to be held between December 5, 2012 to January 23, 2013 in Bangalore, India for 15 Young and emerging choreographers from all over the world and especially from India and South Asia. During this period the choreographers will create works which will be premiered at the Attakkalari India Biennial 2013 scheduled between January 25th and February 3rd, 2013.


GATI Summer Dance Residency (GSDR), The Gati Dance Forum (Delhi)


  


The Gati Dance Forum, is a Delhi-based independent arts organization that works in the field of contemporary dance in India. Founded in 2007, in response to the needs of the professional dance community, the Gati Forum has actively searched for avenues to develop greater opportunities and infrastructure for contemporary dance in India.


Among Gati’s many projects and initiatives is the Gati Summer Dance Residency (GSDR).


GSDR was started in 2009 in order to address one of the most integral components of dance education, choreography. It aims at providing emerging choreographers with an opportunity to propose, conceptualize and realize their own choreographic works, and in doing so, gain skills, experience and practice in the art of choreography.


Over the past four years, GSDR has supported 19 young emerging dancers/choreographers from diverse dance backgrounds and regions. The duration of the residency has been 8-10 weeks. The number of residents was 3 in the first year and went up to 6 in the current edition. The participants are chosen from a large pool of application received through a nation-wide open call. The resident artists engage in intensive workshops and discussions with peers and mentors to create individual pieces of work. All performances are showcased towards the end of the residency.



The Inlaks Awardees at GSDR

2017 – Parinay Mehra


2016 – Kamakshi Saxena


2015 – Manju Sharma


2014 - The Participants of the residency were

  1. Rajan Rathore
  2. Venuri Perera
  3. Avantika Bahl
  4. Mirra Arun
  5. Riya Mandal
  6. Rachnika Goyal

2013 – Rahul Goswami

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