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FACE Contemporary Theater and FUSED Programs: Application Call 2019

      The Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States and FACE Foundation are pleased to announce that the new 2019 FACE Contemporary Theater and French U.S. Exchange in Dance (FUSED) program guidelines and application are now available online.

      The 2019 application call for projects for FACE Contemporary Theater is now open.

      American and French institutions can now apply for theater projects (residency, production and tour) Deadline for applications: February 15, 2019 for projects taking place between June 1st, 2019 and August 31, 2020

      FACE Contemporary Theater fosters innovative artistic collaborations and co-productions in theater, and contributes to a dynamic intercultural dialogue between France and the United States. It aims to encourage projects that push aesthetic boundaries and reflect the cultural and artistic diversity seen in theater today.

      Theater projects include multidisciplinary and devised theater, young audience theater productions, contemporary circus, puppetry, and street/outdoors theater.

      Detailed Information is available HERE 

       

      The 2019 Application Call for project to FUSED (French U.S. Exchange in Dance) program is also available.

      American and French institutions can now apply for dance projects (residence, production and tour) Deadline for applications: February 15, 2019 for projects taking place between June 1st, 2019, and August 31, 2020.

      FUSED: French U.S. Exchange in Dance fosters dialogue, strengthens professional relationships, and sparks creative artistry through cultural exchanges by introducing choreographers and performers whose works had never or rarely been seen in the partner country.

      NOTE: Since 2018, the FUSED program  has expanded to include projects by artists from Africa, the Caribbean, and the Middle East, performing in the United States, as long as their work is co-produced by French cultural institutions.

      Detailed Information is available HERE 


      In this age of global mobility, the goal is to support artists with varied backgrounds and influences, in order to promote a multiplicity of voices and foster a rich intercultural dialogue.