Spring Immersion
April 2 - 27, 2018

Fall Immersion
Fall 2018


 
 

Program Description

Spring Immersion

Join us for a new one-month Training Immersion. Artists will train with the Double Edge ensemble and create material through ongoing dramaturgy, design and music labs, and mentored work sessions using Double Edge's multi-layered creation process individually and/or collaboratively. Ideal for artists who are developing proposals to incubate future works or those who want to explore a new creation process.

Scholarships are available for all training programs through the Timothy O'Brien Fund, the Uriona-Klein International and Latino Training Fund, the Vidya Ramanan and Visalakshi Naranan Fund, and the Supporting Black Lives FundMore Info >>


Fall Immersion

Double Edge's Artist Immersion program is for anyone looking for an in-depth experience of our training as the springboard for developing their own creative path of artistic inquiry and work creation. During a three-month residence at Double Edge's rural Farm center, participants identify their own research and develop the first stages of original material. The program fosters an intimate and experiential connection to the larger fabric of the ensemble through work on the farm, gatherings with guest artists, rehearsal observation, and project participation based on the current work of the company. We recommend the immersion for anyone who is curious and driven and wants to explore, identify, and develop their own holistic creativity.

Scholarships are available for all training programs through the Timothy O'Brien Fund, the Uriona-Klein International and Latino Training Fund, the Vidya Ramanan and Visalakshi Naranan Fund, and the Supporting Black Lives FundMore Info >>

CLICK HERE  to see a photo album from the 2016 Fall Immersion.

 

 

Contact Us

Please write or call with any questions about the program: 413.628.0277
 

How to Apply

Accepting applications from emerging and professional artists
To download the application form, click here.
For more information, email Jeremy Louise Eaton.