CPR’s Artist-in-Residence (AiR) program seeks to support a wide range of artists from emerging choreographers to established companies, working within the various aspects of dance and performance. Since its inception in 2012, with the generous support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, CPR’s AiR Program has provided up to 15 artists per year (selected by invitation) with 100 hours of deeply subsidized rehearsal hours at advanced booking.
Starting in 2020, CPR’s AiR Program will provide up to 10 artists with an increase of deeply subsidized rehearsal hours (150) with advanced booking privileges and a $1,000 stipend. Artists will have opportunities to share their current practice with the larger CPR and NYC dance communities, have several informal opportunities for community engagement, and receive complimentary time in the large studio to share their practice with other AiRs. In an effort to create a more inclusive and equitable selection process, we piloted an open call application by a peer artist committee this year. The committee reviewed applications, and through a scoring and discussion process, selected CPR’s AiRs for 2020. Using this approach, CPR aspires to increase visibility, opportunities, and resources for a diverse range of dance artists in the field.
We are not accepting applications for CPR’s 2021 AiR Program at this time*
*subject to change
CPR’s AiR Program is supported by Dance/NYC’s New York City Rehearsal Space Subsidy Program, an initiative made possible by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Additional funding generously provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation, Mertz Gilmore Foundation, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.
‘WAGE’ by CPR 2018 Artist-in-Residence Kyle Marshall. Performed by Dare Ayonride, Miriam Gabriel, Myssi Robinson. Images by Kathryn Butler.
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
CPR’s Technical Residency focuses on experimentation and collaboration during mid- and late-stages of development. The week long 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 by invitation only.
Since its inaugural residency in 2016, CPR technical residents have included The Median Movement, Kaneza Schaal, Tatyana Tenenbaum, Sacha Yanow, Parijat Desai, Jonathan González, Big Dance Theater, and Dean Moss. Generous support for CPR’s Technical Residency has been provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, Howard Gilman Foundation, Department of Cultural Affairs, and New York State Council on the Arts.