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CBA Fellowship Program Information Session (In Person)
6:00 PM - 11:59 PM The Center for Ballet and the Arts
Date: October 15, 2019 to October 15, 2019
Where: The Center for Ballet and the Arts, 20 Cooper Square, 2nd Floor, New York, New York, United States
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Event Type: Arts & Theater
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Join The Center for Ballet and the Arts (CBA) staff for an interactive discussion and Q&A about the CBA Fellowship Program in this in-person information session at the CBA offices. Please bring any questions that you have about the program or about the application. Information sessions are for the applicant's benefit and have no bearing on the review committee's decisions. Applications for 2020-2021 fellowships will be open from September 1, 2019 at 9:00am EST through November 1, 2019 at 5:00pm EST. Please visit our Fellowship and FAQ pages to learn more. If you have any questions, please email Andrea Salvatore at ----------------- The Center for Ballet and the Arts (CBA) at New York University is an international research institute for scholars and artists of ballet and its related arts and sciences. It exists to inspire new ideas and new ballets, expanding the way we think about the art form's history, practice, and performance in the 21st century.  The CBA Fellowship Program awards residencies to artists and scholars across all disciplines to develop self-directed projects that expand the way we think about the history, practice, and performance of dance. Fellows are selected through an open application process. They are not required to be experts in ballet but must have an interest in engaging with the art form. Fellows receive office and studio space, financing, and time to pursue rigorous work. There is no expectation of a finished product. CBA Fellows are encouraged to ask questions and take risks. They gain colleagues they would not otherwise encounter. These engagements between artists and scholars, two communities that do not often intersect, strengthen and deepen the work of both. To learn more about CBA, please visit:
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