Choreographic Residencies

July 9, 2015

Instituto Coreográfico

Ballet Hispanico

New York, NY


BAC Residencies

Baryshnikov Arts Center



Boston Center for the Arts
Selected artists will be considered in residency throughout the year with a specific residency studio session that will last for four to five weeks.

Residency studio sessions for this season are:

Fall Residency October 17th – November 14th, 2016
Winter Residency January 9th – February 13th, 2017
Spring Residency May 22nd – June 19th, 2017
Applications for all residency sessions are due on Monday June 20th and may be submitted ONLINE through the link below.

Dance Omi Residency

Ghent, NY


Creative Development Residency Program

Jacob’s Pillow

Beckett, MA

The Creative Development Residency Program gives artists the opportunity to focus on creating new work or re-staging important work in the idyllic environment of Jacob’s Pillow. CDRs are generally between September and the beginning of May, during the non-Festival months. The work created at the Pillow may be at varying stages of development, and may or may not be performed at the Festival. CDRs are typically one to three weeks. Artists are provided free housing on site at the Derby farmhouse, unlimited use of the Doris Duke Theatre and/or studio space, access to the Pillow’s rare and extensive Archives, and other Pillow resources such as staff consultation and archival recording. An informal showing with an invited audience concludes the residency.


Salt Lake City, Utah

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Pilot Program

ODC School

San Francisco, CA


Choreographic Residency

San Francisco Conservatory of Dance

San Francisco, CA


The Choreographers Project

Susan Hess Modern Dance

Philadelphia, PA


Kaatsbaan International Dance Center

Tivoli, New York

Offshore Creation Residencies, Community Residencies, Presentation Residencies

The Yard

Chilmark, MA