CPR’s residency programs support the development and creation of new dance and performance work.
CPR’s Technical Residency focuses on experimentation and collaboration during mid- and late-stages of development. The weeklong residency includes daily use of the large studio/theater, access to CPR’s technical resources, and technical support provided by CPR’s resident Technical Director, with the option to present at the culmination of the residency in CPR’s theater. Artists are invited to apply.
With generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts, CPR’s inaugural tech residency was held in May 2016, with selected artist collective The Median Movement comprised of choreographers Xan Burley and Alex Springer, sound designer Will Owen, movement artist Hsiao-Jou Tang, and lighting designer Andy Dickerson.
Andrew W. Mellon Artist-in-Residence Program
Our Andrew W. Mellon Artist-in-Residence program provides 10-15 artists per year with up to 100 hours of deeply subsidized rehearsal hours at advanced booking. Artists are invited to apply.
Sidra Bell | Kim Brandt (through Issue Project Room) | Tess Dworman | Moriah Evans | Meredith Glisson | Elisabeth Motley | Antonio Ramos | Mariana Valencia (through Issue Project Room) | Gillian Walsh (through Issue Project Room) | Emily Wexler | Alexis Zaccarello
Vanessa Anspaugh | Kimberly Bartosik | Marcos Duran | Levi Gonzalez | Anya Liftig & Tess Dworman | Jillian Peña | Antonio Ramos | Kensaku Shinohara | Mariana Valencia | Mei Yamanaka | Alexis Zaccarello