experiences and emotions "
Above all, dance expresses the world in which we live. She allows our creativity to flow freely. With one eye on the past and the other on the future, we believe that every dancer should have their own voice and talk about themselves in some way.
First artistic incubator in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, CUB aims to support young artists at the very start of their career, at the birth of a first project, in theater and / or dance, whether it be a show or a performance, addressed to the stage or in situ.
Support is a key notion in the artistic process. It allows young artists to understand the complexity of these professions, helps them to think about their development and to assert their author approaches.
Imagined as a year of experience, CUB combines training content as much as laboratory time in the rehearsal room. At the end of the year, the artists have a project fueled by these different working times and artistic experiments with no obligation of result.
CUB is at the heart of the Auditorium Seynod project. The incubator is accessible free of charge for the selected artists. Only membership of the association is required of them.
Composition of the year:
> Regular training of 2 to 3 days from September to April to acquire the bases of production, technical, structuring, communication and dissemination.
They are accompanied by individual one-to-one support time with a speaker.
> Evolutionary times with participatory content:
Artists are invited to participate regularly in the development of content and meetings .
Thus part of the planned interventions will be able to evolve according to their desires and needs.
> Laboratory time in the rehearsal room to refine their artistic projects.
Outings from residences can be considered in front of an audience of their choice and at their requests.
Baseline Phase 8 Results
BASE 1 - FORMULATION OF AN ARTISTIC PROJECT
BASE 2 - TECHNIQUE IN THE LIVE SHOW
BASE 3 - STRUCTURING AND PRODUCTION STRATEGY
BASE 4 - DISSEMINATION & COMMUNICATION
For more information, and admission, see the Seynod auditorium website: