CIRCUS - Call for project - France et Europe


Supportive program for young creators in the circus arts field in France and in Europe. Its aim is to suport the emergence of new forms and writings and to favour artistic research and creation in this field.

CONDITION You must be resident in Europe, not be currently studying in a circus school, and not have already been selected in the operation. You must not have received any financial help from the French Culture Ministry - DMDTS or DRAC - or from any equivalent European organism. Applications can be made solo or with several people. It is not necessary to be an association or to hold a performing art business license. There is no age limit. Performances that have already been created are not concerned.

APPLICATION PROCESS
- Obtain an application form and return it by septembre 27th, 2007
- During the first phase in October 2007, a selection committee of professionals will select about thirty projects based on the presentation file.
- These projects are to be presented orally and in the form of a "model", at one of the four reception sites of the operation, in the presence of a committe of professionals ( artists, instructors, cultural, operators..)
- Ten of these project will be selected and will benefit from support and financial aid.
- These ten artistic teams will be invited to present the progress of their creative work in public, at the Théâtre de la Cité Internationale in Paris (Septembre, 2008).

The application form must be retourned by Septembre 27th, 2007.

Information and documents can be obtained at: Jeunes Talents Cirque < jtc@scenesdecirque.org / +33 (0)1 43 40 48 60
or on Hors Les Murs

For its fourth edition (2007-2008), Jeunes Talents Cirque is aided by a group of partners who reaffirm their wish to support young creation: The Culture and Communication Ministry-DMDTS, the SACD, the City of Paris, the Ile-de-France Regional Council, the BNP Paribas Foundation, the ADAMI, the SACEM, and with the collaboration of CulturesFrance, the ONDA and HorsLesMurs.

Modified on Tuesday 26 June 2007