The promotion by the Residenzrogramm Castle Bröllin includes:
The Board of Trustees / Schloss Bröllin eV reserve, in certain cases, offer fully serviced residences with a restricted budget, for example, without reimbursement of travel expenses or having a shortened residence time. About the residency program, it is possible to apply in connection with the closed bröllin eV, additional project funds. Also assistance can be offered in the acquisition of further production grants and presentation capabilities. The conditions for these services are negotiated separately in advance.
To apply, please submit the following documents by 15th August 2019 to [email protected]:
Only applications submitted in full and on time will be considered.
Timetable (subject to change): End of September 2019: Jury decision will be announced. The selected groups confirm the dates of their stay at Schloss Bröllin until 15 December 2019. If no dates for the residency can be found by then, the funding will go to a project on the waiting list.
The productions for the Residency Program Schloss Bröllin 2020 will be assessed by the curators: Dr. Sascha Löschner (Chief Dramaturg Theater Vorpommern), Martin Stiefermann (choreographer and director of the Residency Program), Julia Knaust (Circus Artist) Wibke Janssen (DOCK 11/EDEN*****), Wilma Renfordt (Dramaturg Impulse Theaterfestival) and selected in cooperation with the board of the schloss bröllin e.V.
The title of the selected project and the names of the project participants will be made public. In the event of a commitment, the group projects must be submitted with procuration and declarations of intent from all group members.
International artist groups can apply for the residency for the production of dance, theatre, circus and performance projects up to a maximum of three weeks.
Schloss Bröllin offers several dance studios, production and seminar rooms as well as a large outdoor area - for rehearsals, experiments in a quiet and creative atmosphere. The residency program at Schloss Bröllin enables ensembles and groups, especially if their members come from different places/countries, to concentrate on a production phase. During the stay, appropriate workrooms, accommodation and catering will be provided. Martin Stiefermann is the new artistic director for the residency program at Schloss Bröllin.
This residency is open to artists from all over the world. The applicants should already have realized their own projects. The proposed project must be a new production (which may already have begun) and have planned performance dates, or a recommencement with performance dates. Resident groups commit themselves, in all publications relating to the funded project, to indicate bröllin e.V. as co-producer (with logo), as well as the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and the district of Vorpommern-Greifswald and possibly other sponsors. The Residency includes:
The results of the residence will be performed publicly as a work in progress presentation at Schloss Bröllin.
Technical support in agreement with artists.