12 edition of the 3…2…1…DANCE! Choreographic competition!

12 edition of the 3…2…1…DANCE! Choreographic competition!

We sincerely invite you to take part in the 12th edition of the Choreographic competition 3… 2…1…DANCE! which takes place on 3rd August 2023 and will be part of the Krakow Dance Festival (31 July – 6 August 2023). We invite all interested choreographers who are looking for their own artistic language, regardless from age and experience. 3…2…1…DANCE! is addressed to 18+ choreographers and performers. 

Competition forms: solo, duo, trio

  • Maximum duration: 10 minutes
  • Accreditation payment: 10 euro
  • Prize: 3600 euro (3 x 1st prize 600 euro, 3 x 2nd prize 400 euro and the audience award 600 euro)
  • Deadline for submissions: May 31, 2023
  • Pre-selection results: until June 13, 2023
  • Competition date: August 3, 2023

To aplicate you should:

  • Read the rules and complete all the necessary materials
  • Fill in the form
  • Accept the regulations and join in the form
  • Submit an aplication

Application form

Contact: monika.wegrzynowicz@nck.krakow.pl

Choreographic competition 3…2…1…DANCE! is an international event during which short forms: solos, duets and trios based on the widely understood contemporary dance are presented. The important feature of the competition is the awarding system – each juror will award two prizes for two presentations individually without consultation with different jury members. The event is open for viewers, which also awards the prize collectively, by voting. The preselection will be made by the KCC team on the basis of the sent recording.

 3…2…1…DANCE! is a competition, but purpose of the event is to dialogue. We put a high importance to the talk after presentations, when the jurors discuss about the presented works with the participants and the audience but also about choreography in general. The competition in the KCC is closer to the form of a review than a confrontation. We enable the communication between the artist and jury and we try to open the conversation to the public. It could be very inspiring and rich in different approaches in perceiving the dance.

We look forward to seeing you!