December 8th: Chicago Cultural Center Dance Studio Residency, January 1st: Rotterdam International Duet Choreography Competition, January 2nd: Art Omi: Dance Residency, January 15th: Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Creative Fellowships Millary Colony for the Arts, January 23rd: Jacob's Pillow: Ann & Weston Hicks Choreography Fellows Program, January 25th: NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship, February 6th: Arts For Life! Scholarship, March 1st: New England States Touring Grant, June 30th: South Arts Express Grants, June 30th: South Arts Professional Development & Artistic Planning Grants
Dance Data Project® today announces the release of its Collegiate Dance Programs Faculty & Administration Report. This Report expands DDP’s widely-cited body of research on the dance economy into the realm of academia. This research analyzes the faculty and administrators of 173 degree-granting collegiate dance programs at public and private institutions in the United States.
DDP Research Lead Michayla Kelly notes, “This Report, our 16th since February 2019, analyzes over 1,600 dance faculty positions at institutions of higher education. Academia hosts a significant number of jobs and opportunities for dance professionals – it is an important aspect of the field, and an avenue which can provide dance professionals with long-term job stability and benefits.”
Dance Data Project® today announces its Global Resident Choreographers 2022 Data Byte. This mini-report analyzes the gender distribution of resident choreographers at ballet and dance companies worldwide, examining, in a greatly expanded study, who holds these influential and frequently lucrative posts.
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Dance Data Project® today announces its 2022 Research Calendar. Since its first published Research Report in January of 2019, DDP has produced 15 full Reports and 6 mini Data Bytes. The following is a projected timeline of extensive research– due to the nature of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on dance organizations, this is subject to change.
DDP today announces the release of the Artistic Director Leadership Changes 2021+ Data Byte. This mini-report is an extension of the research completed for DDP’s recent Global Ballet Leadership Report. Delivered in an easily digestible format, DDP’s Data Bytes capture useful, dense data that no one else is talking about.
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Dance Data Project® (DDP) today announces the Global Ballet Leadership Report. This research is the first of its kind, expanding the work of DDP’s annual Artistic and Executive Leadership Report to include 175 ballet companies from 56 countries worldwide.
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