AzDEO Student Choreography Contest-2022-23

AzDEO is pleased to announce its 6th Student Choreography Contest. Students of Middle and High School age, and College students are encouraged to submit their choreography for adjudication.

Must be based on the given theme. This year the theme is “The Dancing Brain.”
A few ideas to use but not limited to these: (The brain and body working together; The thinking process (making decisions) to create choreography; Letting go to have the movement flow through you, improve (a conscious decision); What the left and right side of the brain control; Show in movement how the brain works.)
Speaking can be added to the Choreography.  

Maximum length is 4 minutes.
Any genre may be presented.

Entries may be submitted for Filmed Dance or Dance for Film. (must be indicated)
Filmed Dance- pieces filmed with either a straight shot or one to angles. Film is used solely as a means of capturing the work in its entirety.
Dance for Film/Dance on Camera- pieces filmed with angles, special effects, and/or site-specificity... used to enhance the theme/intent of the choreography.

Only the choreography will be judged, but performance can affect the quality of the choreography.
Choreographer does not have to be a performer.  

Choreography Criteria for Filmed Dance
Composition, Originality/Creativity, Visual Effect, Interpretation of                   
Use of Editing is an additional criteria for Dance for Film

An artistic statement may be included. Highlight the idea and/or reasoning behind your choreography.
Must be submitted digitally to the google drive link.

MP4 format only
Must include your name, age, school, and email at the beginning of the video.

Submissions are due Nov. 1st and March 1st. Each deadline is a new round of adjudication.
Only 4 submissions per school/studio per each submission deadline (Nov, March).

 AzDEO will award a certificate to the student and school.