Frankfurt LAB Residencies

Website: http://www.frankfurt-lab.de/en/programme/thema/residenzprogramm/detail/ausschreibung_residenzprogramm_2016-1.html

The Frankfurt LAB is a rehearsal and performance space for experimental work in the performing arts and music with two performance halls. The residency is meant for artists from every discipline. It offers a month’s worth of time for research, prepare and progress of artistic work in one of the given rehearsal spaces. The residency also offers technical equipment, basic technical assistance, financial help for the needed material and a 700 Euro grant for each of a maximum of 2 people to a group, as well as travel and accomodation costs. The Frankfurt LAB will also offer the possiblity to present the results within the the format Miniaturen (Miniatures).

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Expires: April 30, 2016


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