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EMERGENYC 2020

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The Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics at New York University is now accepting applications for its thirteenth year of EMERGENYC, the Hemispheric New York Emerging Performers Program focused on political performance. EMERGENYC supports the development of hemispheric emerging artists through a program of workshops and events at Abrons Arts Center between April 5th and July 2nd, 2020. The deadline to submit applications is Friday, January 27, 2020 at 5pm (EST).
Deadline date: January 27, 2020; City: New York, USA; Source: Hemispheric Institute

Applications are open for EMERGENYC 2020

We seek talented, committed and highly motivated emerging performers/activists/artists whose work aims to be a vehicle for political expression, and who examine the broad range of identities, practices and histories of the Americas through forms such as performance art, spoken word, urban interventions, satire, culture jamming, political cabaret, theater, creative activism, video performance, movement, and others. Drawing on the vitality of New York City as a hemispheric crossroads, the program will enable performers/activists to work with leading practitioners in the field, to take interdisciplinary leaps, and to develop their own strategies to use performance for social change.

Click here for the application form:
https://abronsartscenter.submittable.com/submit/151893/hemispheric-institute-emergenyc-2020

For more information about EMERGENYC 2020 or for further questions and concerns about the application process please contact us at: hemi.emerge@nyu.edu

About EMERGENYC
The Hemispheric Institute at New York University launched EMERGENYC in 2008 as an incubator for emerging artists working at the intersection of performance and politics. Offering varied entry points into art and activism, the annual program prioritizes process, discovery and reflection, fostering a ‘brave space’ for experimentation and risk-taking. Since its inception, it has activated a strong network of local artivists—many of them from traditionally underrepresented communities—who have built solidarity across differences and who continue to challenge dominant narratives through artistic cultural resistance.

For more information about EMERGENYC, visit: www.hemisphericinstitute.org/en/emergenyc