Dance in Process (DiP) provides nuanced creative residency support for mid-career New York City-based artists by offering continuous, concentrated access to studio rehearsal space, a significant stipend, and technical and administrative resources.
DiP has received generous support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to expand the program and provide 24 residencies over two years (2017-19).
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The application for 2019-20 DiP Residencies is now open. Learn more here.
The application for 2019-20 Dance in Process (DiP) residencies is now open. Proposals are due Tuesday, April 23 at 5:00 pm.
Photo: Larissa Velez-Jackson, 2016-17 DiP Resident Artist.