Every season, the Preljocaj Ballet welcomes artists in residence at the Black Pavilion as part of the reception-studio, initiated in 1999 by the Ministry of Culture. Companies can benefit from the availability of studio and/ or the stage of the Théâtre du Pavillon Noir, as well as financial support.
The reception mainly benefits a choreographer or a choreographic team. If the host artist does not have a legal structure, the Centre Chorégraphique National d'Aix-en-Provence may be called upon to play the role of producer.
Open to companies located in the region but also on the national territory and internationally.
Companies can benefit from the availability of studio and/or the stage of the Théâtre du Pavillon Noir, as well as financial support.
September to July 2024
Form to be returned by 15/02/2023 at midnight by email: email@example.com
- Company Presentation Package
- Project Deck
- Production budget
- Video links of past projects
A response will be provided by the end of March 2023.
The studio reception
The Home-Studio is now one of the missions specified in the Specifications of the National Choreographic Centres (NCCs) as confirmed by the circular of the Minister of Culture of 31 August 2010 on the national labels and networks of live entertainment.
When the system was set up by the dance delegation in 1998, the studio-hosting service met the objective of sharing the tool by proposing:
- to optimize the use of studios at a time when public partners were making an effort to provide NCCs with quality workplaces;
- to enable companies not established to benefit from the institutional network of NCCs.
Since then, the practice of studio reception has developed, the provision of workspaces often accompanied by technical support, administrative accompaniments, an artistic perspective and even a financial contribution on productions.
Today, the reception-studio is one of the public support mechanisms for choreographic creation.