Jelenleg 2 aktív felhívásunk van, melyek leírásai alább megtalálhatóak:

  • GPS/Global Practice Sharing Residency
  • Life Long Burning - Artistic Exchange Mobility

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GPS/Global Practice Sharing Residency

New York City



Workshop Foundation, as the partner organization of the GPS/Global Practice Sharing  platform invites contemporary dancers-choreographers with an active teaching practice, to apply for the GPS Residency program, which will take place in New York City between 6-27 January, 2024.


GPS is an exchange program of the organization Movement Research (NYC), one of the world’s leading laboratories for the investigation of dance and movement-based forms.

It provides dance and movement-based artists the opportunity to share ideas, creative processes, and artistic contexts, and reflect on their practices.

GPS posits that dialogue across differences necessarily catalyzes the generation of new knowledge and creative innovation. By investing in the mobility of artists, curators and cultural workers, GPS advances cross cultural understanding and the development of the contemporary arts field at large. Officially established in 2016, GPS consists of an informal network of partners currently supporting exchange projects in East and Central Europe (ECE) and now the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

The program includes

  • Participation in the workshop series Winter MELT organized by Movement Research
  • Studio time for individual research (20hrs/week)
  • Open sharing lab with local artists and teachers
  • Take part in the GPS Chats event series, an informal platform for GPS artists and cultural producers to discuss their work in the independent contemporary dance sector within their cultural contexts and the influence of international exchange on the development of their practices.
  • Max 15 min low-tech work-in-progress presentation of a solo work at the event series „Movement Research at the Judson Church“. More info about the program and technical setting here


What is covered

  • Total $1950 USD Stipend
  • $50 USD Perdiem
  • Travel
  • Housing
  • Insurance
  • Local transport



Applicants must

  • have a professional background and experience, as well as a long-term commitment as a creative artist and teacher in the field of contemporary dance
  • have an active teaching practice
  • have lived and/or worked in the Budapest region/Hungary for at least two years prior to their application


Selected artist will be requested to share her/his/their experience in an open format and provide a written report after the end of the residency.



Midnight (CET), 13 OKTOBER 2023


How to apply

Please fill out this google form:


Applicants will be notified latest by 13 November 2023

For further questions, please contact Virag Arany, Program Coordinator at


The GPS/Global Practice Sharing program of Movement Research is supported by funding from the Trust for Mutual Understanding and the Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Fund.


Workshop Foundation is supported by Ministry of Culture and Innovation Hungary (KIM)



Life Long Burning – Artistic Exchange Mobility


23-30 November 2023

We are happy to announce a mobility opportunity for artists and cultural professionals active in the Hungarian contemporary dance field, as an exchange between Workshop Foundation and Nomad Dance Academy Slovenija within the Creative Europe project Life Long Burning – Futures Lost and Found (LLB3).


The opportunity is ideally meant for one or two artists/ cultural workers/ producers/ writers.

There is an opportunity to use a studio on weekdays, 4 hours/ day. 

When: 23-30 November 2023
Where: CoFestival in Ljubljana, with the main venue of Kino Šiška

LLB is a multi-annual cooperation project implemented by 12 partner organizations. In addition to the coordinator danceWEB (AT), the partnership comprises dance houses, festivals, choreographic centers and networks as well as production houses. 

The selected applicant will have the opportunity to attend CoFestival 2023 in Ljubljana, including performances, a 3-day workshop by Thiago Granado, presentations, attendance of the symposium, visit to the Temporary Slovene Dance Archive, book presentations and artistic talks. 

The programme includes the work of the following artists: Christos Papadopolus, Ioanna Paraskevopoulou, Isabelle Schad, Viktorija Ilioska, Thiago Granato, Igor Koruga, Marko Gutić Mižimakov, Dejan Srhoj, Tatiana Kocmur, Aleksandra Janeva Imfeld and Nomad Dance Academy Croatia collective, Valentin Alfery and others.

The program includes:

  • attendance of the festival programme as described above

  • connection with the local and international scene

  • a budget of EUR 1 800 (inc. VAT) (including travel, accommodation, festival pass to all events, per-diems, studio rental)

  • during weekdays studio Moj korak for 4 hours per day (10/11.00-14.00/15.00) in case of interest.


  • have a professional background and experience, as well as a long-term commitment as a creative artist or cultural professional in the field of contemporary dance;
  • be active in the Hungarian contemporary dance field (it is not necessary to officially reside in Hungary, but active participation in the Hungarian scene is a requirement);
  • groups may apply, taking into consideration that the amount and conditions do not differ in case of individual and group applications.

All benefitting artist(s)/ professional(s) write an evaluation report on their experience that is then published on the website of LLB thus promoting both their own work but also the services of the hosting institution.

Deadline: 9th October 2023

How to apply?

Please fill out this google form:

Applications will be reviewed by the partners, Workshop Foundation and Nomad Dance Academy Slovenia and all the applicants will be informed about the decision by 16th October 2023.

For further questions please contact:

Brigitta Kovács, Program coordinator, at 

Partners: Nomad Dance Academy Slovenia, Workshop Foundation

Supporters: Life Long Burning, Creative Europe Program of the European Union, National Cultural Fund.

Workshop Foundation is supported by Ministry of Culture and Innovation Hungary (KIM).

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