Lucy Guerin Inc offers Secondment places during the creation of new works.
This is an opportunity to experience a new LGI work in creation, offering insight into the identity of the Company and the choreographic process currently in development by Lucy Guerin. Every endeavour is made to include the secondee in practical tasks and discussions during rehearsals but some stages of the process may be observing only.
Secondment periods are one-week long and take place where the Company is in rehearsal (usually at WXYZ Studios in Melbourne). When Company Class is offered, secondees are invited to take part for free.
All Secondment positions are unpaid and LGI is unable to pay for travel and accommodation costs. This application process covers all the opportunities listed below.
2020 SECONDMENT OPPORTUNITIES
PENDULUM - a new collaboration between sound artist Matthias Shack-Arnott and Lucy Guerin.
• 13-17 July 2020
• 20-24 July 2020
Rehearsals will take place at Dancehouse, North Carlton
Flux Job - a new work for LGI by Lucy Guerin.
• 27-31 July
• 3-7 August
• 7-11 September
• 14-18 September
• 21-25 September
• 28 September - 2 October
Rehearsals will take place at WXYZ Studios, North Melbourne
Secondments are available to students, new graduates, and dancers in their first few years of professional practice. If you’re unsure if you are eligible to apply, please contact Tom Pritchard to discuss (see below).
Lucy Guerin Inc endeavours to make our Secondment program accessible for all. Please list any access requirements in the application form. If you’d like to discuss alternative modes of submitting your application, such as via video, Word document or hard copy, please call, email or otherwise discuss with Tom Pritchard (see below).
APPLY HERE: surveymonkey.com/r/8DC3NVJ
Deadline for submissions: 5pm, Friday 3rd July 2020 (AEDT)
Applicants will be notified via email shortly after the deadline.
Any questions, please contact Tom Pritchard: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 9329 4213.
Image: Metal rehearsals from December 2020. Credit: Gregory Lorenzutti