Sixteen proposals selected for funding by DAS Research Development fund

Performer: Nina Boas, Photographer: Fabien Goulmy

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In September 2021, DAS Research – the lectorate of the ATD – launched an open call for small research development projects to be funded by DAS Research.

Twenty-seven applications were received – from teachers, tutors, BA and MA students and researchers - and were reviewed by the selection committee: Anthony Heidweiller, Laura Cull Ó Maoilearca, Liesbeth Koot and Marijn de Langen. Sixteen proposals were selected for funding.

We are delighted to announce the names of those who had projects funded:

Fleur van den Berg (Teacher, Mime): translation project "Woorden over Mime”
Carly Everaert (Teacher, Scenography): video essay on access intimacy and disability justice
Katharina Conradi (Teacher, Mime): article on Laban Bartenieff Movement System (LBMS) training
Rose Akras (Teacher, Docent Dance): mapping of teaching method in somatics and movement including with people on the autism spectrum
Paula Montecinos (Mentor, DAS): workshop on politics of voice, listening and sound
Emilie Gallier (THIRD tutor and fellow): post-doctoral peer exchange project
Bibi Scholten van Aschat (Associate researcher): work sessions on collective organization and decision-making in the arts
Alex Blum (BA SNDO): zine & climate change project
Pleuni Veen (BA Mime): research on neuroscience and performance
Melyn Chow & Kim (BA Mime): investigation of the politics of the erotic through film
Carolina Bianchi (DAS Theatre): research project on femicide
Luis Guenel (DAS Theatre): disseminating artistic research on police violence in Chile on video  
Flavia Pinheiro (DAS Choreography): investigation of decolonizing the body through fiction writing  
Zander Porter (DAS Choreography): research as part of residency at São José dos Campos’s National Institute for Space Research
Amparo Gonzalez Sola (DAS Choreography): article on choreographic research
Renske Ebbers (DAS Creative Producing): workshops linked to RESHAPE program aiming to create fairer working models in the field of arts and culture

We look forward to seeing the results of their research in the coming months!

The next open call for research funding will be released with a deadline of February 1st 2022, for projects to be conducted during Spring-Summer 2022.