TWB Digest

Dear esteemed reader,  we hope so far, your artistic labor continues to bring you joy.
This issue presents 2019 opportunities, events and approaching deadlines.

On the Move has short selection of calls and opportunities with a reference page for deadlines.

Culture 360: ASEF Connecting Asia and Europethroughout arts invites willing collaborators, apply to the Magic Oxygen Literary Prize (Deadline December  31st, 2018) and An Artist Residency in Motherhood (open deadline) and more opportunities here.

If you were following the African Dream campaign for the outstanding 3 African Pepites, click on thislink and find out The talented Africans who won.

Women in the Arts and Media Coalition 
Project Submissions
Script Submissions
Other Resources
Check out this Funding Resources pages!

Words without Borderscovers Afro-Brazilian writing

You are invited to the Syrian Film Program at Queens University
December 16- January 19, 2019.

The Magdalena Project 

Global Participatory Project Climate Change Theatre Action Returns In 2019 Time for action! After two successful years, Climate Change Theatre Action (CCTA) is back, bringing together a diverse community of artists and audiences to foster sustainable change on a local and global scale. CCTA 2019 is a collaboration between The Arctic Cycle, the Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts, and Theatre Without Borders.
In January, 50 playwrights representing every continent as well as several Indigenous nations, will be commissioned to write five-minute plays highlighting the work of our various climate heroes, under the theme “Lighting the Way.” In April, the resulting collection of plays will be freely available to international producing collaborators who will be invited to present an event in their community from September 15 – December 20, 2019, using one or several plays from the collection.
To be the first to hear about the Call for Collaborators, sign up for The Arctic Cycle’s mailing list.


WORDS without BORDERS Newsletter August, 2013


Founded in 2003, Words without Borders promotes cultural understanding through the translation, publication, and promotion of the finest contemporary international literature. Our publications and programs open doors for readers of English around the world to the multiplicity of viewpoints, richness of experience, and literary perspective on world events offered by writers in other languages. We seek to connect international writers to the general public, to students and educators, and to print and other media and to serve as a primary online location for a global literary conversation.



This month we're presenting writing from Brazil, with authors going beyond bossa nova and the beach to present new perspectives on this vibrant and complex country. Cristhiano Aguiar's "Natanael" sees a young man find illumination in the murk of a Sao Paolo river Antonio Prata's "Plan" employs Shakespeare, Harold Bloom, and pop star Michel Teló Carol Bensimon's "Underwater Snooker" finds young friends reeling from a sudden death. And more fiction and poetry from Horácio CostaOrides FontelaAngélica Freitas,Armando Freitas FilhoRodrigo de Souza LeãoVinicius JatobáAntônio Moura, and Laurenço Mutarelli, plus a special feature of poetry from the Faroe Islands by Sissal KampmannTóroddur Poulsen, and Vónbjørt Vang.


Executive Director 

Full time, From Home (May change in future) 

Reports to: Board of Directors


WWB is seeking applicants for the position of Executive Director. Key attributes are a love of international literature, the ability to represent the mission of Words without Borders, management and multitasking abilities (including financial management), enthusiasm for the online media environment, and a proven ability to fundraise. A full job description can be found here. 

forum theatre with young people – International (specifically UK, USA and Brazil)

I’ve recently been awarded a Winston Churchill Fellowship to spend time with organisations that are using forum theatre with marginalised young people around the world. The trip aims to strengthen and develop the practice of students and arts practitioners working with marginalized young people in the UK. I hope to create a network of young people who are using forum theatre around the world to explore some of the challenges in their lives.

I’m heading to the U.S and to Brazil for 6 months in total and hope to be back in the UK next April.  For the last couple of years I’ve been running a forum theatre project in schools in East London.  The programme specifically targets young people who are beginning to show signs of disengaging from mainstream education and/or are at risk of becoming disaffected, aiming to improve general levels of engagement.  The project directly explores behavior, dealing with conflict and challenges and providing a space for participants to look at some of the barriers in their lives. I’m currently in the process of looking at ways of continuing the work into next year and beyond, potentially on a national and international level and hope to use the Winston Churchill trip as a platform for this…

Looking to get in touch with individuals or organisations that might be interested in the project, specifically in the UK, USA and Brazil.

Let me know if you need any more info at

Thanks, Dan Boyden

Residency Opportunity in Brazil for LA Artists


The Cultural Exchange International Program of the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, the Sacatar Foundation in Pasadena, California, and the Instituto Sacatar in Itaparica, Brazil, are pleased to announce the upcoming selection process for the CEI/LADCA Fellowships to Sacatar.  One to two Fellowships are awarded annually to artists in any discipline living in Los Angeles County.

The selected artist(s) receive(s) US$3,500.00 towards airfare and personal expenses and an additional US$2,000.00 to be deposited to the Sacatar Foundation, which provides a working studio, a private room with attached bath, full board and logistical support for the duration of the eight-week residency. During the residency, the artist is free to use the time and space as he or she sees fit, but we encourage artists to take full advantage of our beachside location on the island of Itaparica, across the bay from Salvador, Brazil, in the heart of the Brazilian state of Bahia, with its strong local culture deeply rooted in traditions that came out of Africa.  The artist receives a portion of the financial award upon completion of a public presentation after the artist’s return to Los Angeles County.


 Applications must be sent electronically to There is an application fee of USD$35.00, payable through Paypal. Click on the APPLICATION page at to find full details about how to apply to the Cultural Exchange International Program and to DOWNLOAD the Application Form for the Sacatar Fellowship.

The CEI LADCA/Sacatar Fellowships will be scheduled for eight-week periods that end prior to 30 June 2014. The award(s) will be announced in January 2013.

For more information about the Instituto Sacatar and its artist residency program in Itaparica, Bahia, Brazil, please go to

Department of Cultural Affairs

Grants Administration Division

tel – (213) 202-5566

fax – (213) 202-5515

Artist in Residency: Calling Africa's Artists


Artists in Residency Programme (AIR)

Connecting Africa’s artists to residencies around the world. Click here to apply for AIR2012

The Africa Centre, together with artist in residency programmes in Australia, Brazil, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, South Africa and the United States of America have partnered to create the Artist in Residency (AIR) 2012 programme.  The programme has been conceived to support artists from Africa who are provocative, innovative, relevant and highly engaged with both social issues and their art forms. 

AIR manifests through existing artist in residency partnerships around the world that are prepared to select an artist from a short list provided by the Africa Centre, created from a Continental search, for one of their 2012 or 2013 residencies.
The costs of the residency and roundtrip airfare are included in each residency award made as part of this programme.

The residencies are available to all types of artists, but each residency on offer has different durations, structures and requirements. We are taking applications between 1 April and 15 June 2012. 

To apply or to find out more about the ten residencies available, please Click here. If you have any queries please

 The following artists have been awarded AIR 2011 residencies. Mouse over the artist’s name to find out more about the artist and what they have done or plan to do at the residency they’ve been awarded.

Bundanon Trust – Australia
 – Brazil
Zoma Contemp. Art Centre – Ethiopia
KulttuuriKauppila – Finland
Thamgidi Foundation – Netherlands
Caravansarai – Turkey
18th Street – United States of America
The Substation – South Africa

Yonamine Miguel – Angola
Damien Schumann – South Africa
Maurice Mbikayi – Democratic Rep. of Congo
Olivier Serge Fokou – Cameroon
Kiripi Katembo Siku – Democratic Rep. of Congo
Nina Liebenberg – South Africa
Nadine Hutton – South Africa
Ezra Wube – Ethiopia

VIII ENCUENTRO Update | Noticias


Dear Hemi friends,

We write you with an update about our 8th Encuentro, "Bodies/Cities/Action." As you know, during the past few months we have been working hard to reschedule and relocate the event from Mexico City to São Paulo, Brazil. We had initially explored the possibility of holding it in August 2012, but we have decided, in conjunction with our Brazilian colleagues at USP and SESC in São Paulo, that it would be best to aim for January 2013.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and will let everyone know as soon as we have confirmation and exact dates.

Encuentros are the life and soul of Hemi. These face-to-face encounters and sharing of work make everything else we do possible. Even if organizing an Encuentro can sometimes be challenging, I hope you agree that they are worth the effort we all put into them.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.

All the best,
Diana Taylor

Querid@s amig@s hemisféric@s,

Escribimos con noticias sobre la realización de nuestro 8vo Encuentro, "Ciudad/Cuerpo/Acción". Como sabrán, durante los últimos meses hemos estado haciendo grandes esfuerzos para reubicar el evento desde la Ciudad de México a São Paulo, Brasil. Inicialmente, exploramos la posibilidad de realizarlo durante el mes de agosto del 2012, pero hemos decidido, junto a nuestros colaboradores brasileños de la USP y el SESC, que lo más sensato sería esperar hasta enero del 2013 para su realización en São Paulo.

Nos disculpamos por los inconvenientes que esto haya causado y les avisaremos a tod@s en cuanto tengamos confirmación y fechas exactas.

Los Encuentros son el alma del Hemi. Estas reuniones cara a cara, donde compartimos y colaboramos, hacen que el resto de nuestro trabajo sea posible. Aunque organizar un Encuentro sea a veces difícil, esperamos que ustedes compartan nuestro sentimiento de que valen todo el esfuerzo que les dedicamos.

Por favor no duden en escribirnos en caso de cualquier duda o pregunta.

Un cordial saludo,
Diana Taylor

Queridas e queridos amigos hemisféricos,

Escrevemos com notícias sobre a realização do nosso 8º Encuentro, “Cidade/Corpo/Ação”. Como vocês sabem, durante os últimos meses trabalhamos duro para reagendar o evento da Cidade do México para São Paulo. Inicialmente exploramos a possibilidade de realizá-lo durante o mês de agosto de 2012, porém decidimos, junto com a USP e o SESC, nossos colaboradores no Brasil, que o mais sensato seria nos planejarmos para janeiro de 2013.

Pedimos desculpas por qualquer inconveniência que isso possa causar, e nós avisaremos a todos assim que tivermos a confirmação final e as datas.

Os Encuentros são a alma do Hemi. Os encontros cara-a-cara, onde podemos compartilhar e colaborar, tornam o resto do nosso trabalho possível. Mesmo que organizar um Encuentro às vezes seja difícil, esperamos que vocês concordem conosco que eles valem todo o esforço que lhes dedicamos.

Qualquer pergunta ou dúvida, por favor nos escrevam.

Um abraço cordial, 
Diana Taylor

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COMMANDO SERENADE 5 Février Marseille
Visiones de la Cubanosofia, Cuba 12 de Febrero
Teatro Ridotto Stagione 2011 – Dedicata a Torgeir Wethal, Feb-May
ZID Mixes Sundays > World Fiesta, Amsterdam 13 February
Catadores de Sonhos, dir. Jadranka Andjelic, Rio de Janiero, Feb / Agosto
Double Edge Summer Training Intensive: June 1-22 USA
20 Years of DAH Theatre, June 11-July 9, Beograd
"La ausencia de todas las cosas", B.A.
The Magdalena Project – international network of women in contemporary theatre
El Proyecto Magdalena: Red Internacional de mujeres en el teatro contemporaneo

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Registration open for women's film festival in Chile

Posted by: "Femcine" Femcine   art4development

Thu Dec 23, 2010 3:34 pm (PST)

Location Chile women's film festival will be held for the first time in Chile with the goal of highlighting women filmmakers and movies that deal with gender issues.

The categories are documentary
short and short fiction. Applicants must be women who live in Chile and whose works (of no more than 30 minutes) concluded after January 1, 2010.

For more information (in Spanish), click here:


Call for Artists

Posted by: "Crystal City Business Improvement Distric" Crystal City Business Improvement District   art4development

Thu Dec 23, 2010 3:34 pm (PST)

Call for Artists
Crystal City, VA

The Crystal City Business Improvement District is seeking qualified artists to help produce a temporary, outdoor art exhibit featuring illuminated sculptures in the Crystal City Water Park. Selected artists will receive a grant of $5,000 to build and implement their concept.

Deadline: Friday, January 14, 2011
Location: Crystal City Water Park

For participation visit:


The Art Prize 2012

Posted by: "Abraaj Capital" Abraaj Capital   art4development

Thu Dec 23, 2010 3:34 pm (PST)

The Abraaj Capital Art Prize, established by the Dubai-based private equity firm Abraaj Capital, is opening up applications for independent curators and artists to apply for its 4th edition. One of the most generous art prizes in the world, the prize is extending its reach to provide the most dynamic creative collaborations between international curators and artists from the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia (MENASA).

Calling Curators
For the first time, curators can apply for the position of annual guest curator of the Abraaj Capital Art Prize. This position allows the winning curator to work directly with the five winning artists on the development of their artworks over the production period, culminating in an exhibition during Art Dubai 2012. The curator will also be responsible for editing and providing content for the catalogue. Curators can originate from any country in the world and be based anywhere. There are no specific curatorial qualifications required, but applicants are expected to have quantifiable experience in the field of curating on an international level, and have an active interest in the development of artistic practice in the MENASA.

Curators' applications accepted from:
1 – 31 January 2011

Calling Artists
Artists originating (first generation) from the MENASA are invited to apply with a proposal for an as yet unrealised project which is able to be created in advance of Art Dubai 2012. Countries in the MENASA are defined as: Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman
, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Syria, Sudan, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Yemen. Time spent within the MENASA during the production period is preferred, as is an engagement with the region. Proposals cannot be part of an ongoing series, nor be shown in public in advance of the official unveiling. The winning artworks go on to form part of the Abraaj Capital Corporate Collection, and need to be of a size and form suitable to be stored and shipped easily. Neither ephemeral artworks with a short lifespan nor multi-media artworks are encouraged. Applications are only accepted by individual artists.

Artists' applications accepted from:
1 February – 30 April 2011

We are introducing a nominating system for this round of applications. Nominators consist of a wide range of art professionals based across the MENASA and internationally, who have no direct commercial interest in artists they nominate. Artists still submit applications themselves, but should consult an accredited nominator in advance to support their submission, who needs to be mentioned on their application. More details to follow when the application process opens.

More information:
Laura Egerton, Curator, Abraaj Capital Art Prize
Abraaj Capital Limited, Dubai International Financial Centre, Gate Village 8, 3rd Floor
PO Box 504905 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Tel: + 971 45064600


Dubai course on digital photography and photo editing

Posted by: "Media Training Academy" Media Training Academy   art4development

Thu Dec 23, 2010 3:34 pm (PST)

Cost:3,500.00 AED
Photojournalists and photographers can apply for a course on digital photography and photo editing. The course will last for 18 hours, delivered over three Saturdays.

Participants will learn theories of exposure, contrast, composition and framing. They will also learn Photoshop basics.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Workshop for filmmakers in Latin America, Europe

Posted by: "EAVE" EAVE   art4development

Thu Dec 23, 2010 3:34 pm (PST)

Filmmakers in Latin America and Europe can participate in a workshop for fiction projects under development (preferably with 20 percent of the budget approved).

The workshop, titled Puentes, will be offered in two installments: the first one in Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 7 to 11, 2011, during Buenos Aires' Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente; and the second in
Gijón, Spain, in November, at Festival Internacional de Cine de Gijón.

For more information, click here.


Cirque du Soleil Benefit (London) for HIV/AIDS-Affected Youth in S.

Posted by: "Janet Feldman" Janet Feldman   frida02806

Thu Dec 23, 2010 3:34 pm (PST)

Benefit Performance on February 4th, 2011 at 8pm: Tickets on Sale Now!

for the Zip Zap Circus School, Cape Town, S. Africa

At the Royal Albert Hall, London

What is Zip Zap Circus School?

Zip Zap is a circus school in Cape Town, mother city of South Africa. The
school doors are open since 1992 to all youth regardless of background,
culture, gender or financial status. The school is free of charge to all
students. Using circus as a social tool Zip Zap aims at bringing children
together in a safe and fun environment. Circus skills as well as technical
training (woodwork, sewing, rigging, prop building and repairs) will help
them embark on a path of sustainable living.
But, more importantly, life values such as team work, discipline, trust,
confidence and honesty will enable these children to become responsible

Zip Zap has been running various outreach programmes since 1994 with street
children, rural children, and school children. In 2005, their outreach
programme focused on children living with HIV and receiving ARV treatment at
the Nolungile clinic in Khayelitsha, the biggest township of Cape Town,
project on partnership with Cirque du Monde and Médecins Sans Frontières.

In 2009, the City of Cape Town entered into a partnership with Zip Zap to
extend their outreach programme to street kids living in shelters. The
programme has been inspired by "Second Chance," the success story of the
author Judy Westwater, who survived her youth in the streets.

Category 1 tickets: €85.00 (excluding a reservation fee of €2.25)

Book your tickets:

For more information on ticket sales please visit

For more information about Zip Zap Circus School:


The Work of Artist, Writer and Experimental Geographer Trevor Paglen

Posted by: "Secession" Secession   art4development

Thu Dec 23, 2010 3:34 pm (PST)

VIENNA.- The work of American artist, writer and experimental geographer Trevor Paglen centres on a political and aesthetic engagement with the covert activities of the U.S. secret services and military, collectively known by the name "Black World". His motto might well be: "Make the invisible visible". His work is based on attentive observation, meticulous research and extensive data collection. The exhibition at Secession is from NOV. 26, 2010 – FEB. 13, 2011.

To realize his works – mostly photographs and video pieces – Paglen uses technologically advanced equipment including the kind of special cameras and precision telescopes utilized in space photography. In this way, he is able to photograph, from great distances, classified military facilities buffered by huge areas of restricted land, or, using long exposures, to document the flight paths – and thus the existence – of satellites. Cooperation with international amateur networks of aircraft and satellite spotters and the information they provide form the basis for identifying the satellites and orbits used by the CIA for its seamless surveillance of the world. The artist's investigative approach is predicated on a critical examination of the historical and cultural conditions of perception.

On one hand, Paglen is interested in phenomena not visible to the naked eye, such as satellites, drones, and their flight paths. But his artistic activity also focuses on the hidden and concealed, such as the military facilities located in the deserts of the United States and surrounded by large exclusion zones, that do not feature on any official map. On the other hand, Paglen's attention (and that of the viewer) is focused on phenomena that are very much visible to the naked eye, but which, thanks to their being camouflaged as ordinary (e.g., the countless code and cover names for secret military programmes) or due to a lack of political awareness and interest, are simply not perceived by the majority of the population. Trevor Paglen is concerned, then, with heightening awareness of the fact that the so-called "Black World" really does exist.


An Exhibition of Paintings by Five Emerging and Mid-Career Artists

Posted by: "Galerie Lelong" Galerie Lelong   art4development

Thu Dec 23, 2010 3:34 pm (PST)

NEW YORK, NY.- Galerie Lelong presents Five from L.A., an exhibition of paintings by five emerging and mid-career artists—Whitney Bedford, Kirsten Everberg, Alexandra Grant, Iva Gueorguieva, and Annie Lapin—who each uniquely employ bold and saturated colors, an elusive sense of space, and fluid movement between abstraction and representation. Currently working in Los Angeles, the artists hail from diverse backgrounds and explore a variety of themes, including language, turmoil, and the fragility of memory and perception. Five from L.A. opened to the public on December 16th.

In her enigmatic paintings of oil and ink, Whitney Bedford juxtaposes a traditional use of the horizon with unusual figures and hues, creating an ambiguous setting. Amid a sparse, serene background, tightly controlled yet wild brush strokes form a central figure that resembles an explosion or other sudden disaster. Through minimal means, Bedford examines the beauty and danger of the environment, chaos, and forces beyond our control.

For Kirsten Everberg, the ambiguousness of the space is more central to her subject. Her spaces are precisely rendered, yet there is also a liquid, tenuous quality to the images, as if they are fleeting. Everberg often depicts interiors such as homes, yet they are devoid of people, shrouding the scenes with mystery. Further drawing the viewer in is the application of thick layers of glossy enamel to create a richly tactile surface. With her technique and subjects, Everberg celebrates the act and history of painting while challenging the viewers' perceptions.

Alexandra Grant's exuberant, densely designed paintings incorporate myriad influences and facets—poetry, maps, Rorschach tests, Mexican art—and communicate a balance of emotion and rationality. The artist, who is trilingual, uses words as predominant elements yet presents them visually more as shapes amid her abstract, multi-dimensional patterns. Words are often reversed and are written in a font that is free of reference to time, place, or gender. Collaborators provide the text, further evoking the communality of language.

The Bulgarian-born artist Iva Gueorguieva also presents lively works with all-over composition, yet hers brim with motion and upheaval. The abstract patterns pulsate and reverberate, achieving a nearly synesthetic quality; within the patterns, enigmatic traces of figures emerge. Using acrylic, collage, and oil stick, Gueorguieva creates a dynamic texture. While largely non-representational, the paintings are inspired by art history, Celtic lore, and cultural customs. Like Be
dford, Gueorguieva treats the precariousness, disorder, and urgency of life with fascination and reverence.

The works of Annie Lapin compellingly merge imagination, memory, history and the contemporary. Lapin's colors are rich and intensified, just beyond what is natural. A powerful, unseen force pervades her works; whether it is benevolent or menacing remains uncertain. As with Everberg, Lapin displays an unmistakable love of painting and its history, particularly Romanticism. Through her abstracted landscapes, Lapin's interest lies in human interaction and unresolved, ambiguous narratives.


'Groundbreaking' Paperless Eco Comics

Posted by: "Mohawk Media" Mohawk Media   art4development

Thu Dec 23, 2010 3:34 pm (PST)

LONDON.- British publisher Mohawk Media has announced Eco Comics, a range of environmentally-friendly, paperless comic books.

The first digital comic book from the Eco Comics range available now to download or view online is Heroic High, an adventure set on an island superhero community, written by Chris Bunting and drawn by Kit Wallis.

Editor Stuart Buckley says: "Paper used in the production of comic books can have a damaging effect on the environment, and paying perhaps the biggest price is the tiger, whose habitat this threatens.

"As for sustainable forestry, world-leading environmental organisations have criticised its weak regard for social and ecological issues.

"We believe these downloadable, paperless comics are groundbreaking, having been deliberately designed to have a minimal carbon footprint.

"The added bonuses for the reader are lower cover prices for the same level of quality entertainment, while knowing that they're being eco-friendly."

To download Eco Comics go to Following a quick payment system, you can download or view the comics online in various formats, including a page-flip format. PDFs are also available and can be downloaded to iPad.

Buckley continues: "Buying Eco Comics only takes minutes. It's much faster and easier than going to a comic book store! We hope Eco Comics is the start of an evolution, taking advantage of the latest technologies to help minimise the impact of comic production on the environment."


Call for Applications

Posted by: "Escola Sao Paulo" Escola Sao Paulo   art4development

Thu Dec 23, 2010 3:35 pm (PST)

Escola São Paulo
Escola Sao Paulo: Call for Applications
Application deadline:
January 21th, 2011

Escola São Paulo
Rua Augusta, 2239
São Paulo – SP – Brasil


Experiences that make a difference
Courses in São Paulo, Brazil
Enrollment for Escola São Paulo now open

At this innovative school, learning and research go hand in hand with actual production of contemporary culture and related reflection.

Escola São Paulo was founded to further education through art and culture. Key activities include a wide range of courses, lectures and workshops with free access to out film library, exhibitions and other cultural activities.

Students connect with the best professionals in the market, as they interact, share, contact, feel and learn through practical activities in a new way. The school acts as a space that encourages cultural creation and experimentation from a contemporary perspective, so students learn to move between different fields and disciplines, fleshing out their knowledge through dynamic courses and workshops as well as creating movies (shorts), literary texts, photo essays, cuisine tasting sessions, fashion previews and collections, reviews, graphic and visual-art projects and illustrations.

Rather than formally academic concepts, our educational systematic features curriculum and courses designed by professors and coordinators who are specialists in their field, in many cases outstanding professionals who have been active in the market for several years.

Below you will find more on our One-Year Contemporary Art program.


The program provides training for artists and curators aiming to develop new projects and languages. At its core are weekly seminars at which one of the participants presents their work for critical review and discussions in breakout groups. Other activities include both lectures and individual meetings with professors who are active in the contemporary art world in Brazil and internationally.

The program is directed by Adriano Pedrosa (curator for the Istanbul Biennial) and professors include one of the curators at Tate Modern – Julieta Gonzalez, Beatriz Milhazes (painter), Leda Catunda (painter), Ernesto Neto (sculptor), Ivo Mesquita (curator of the Octagon project at Pinacoteca do Estado gallery), Marcos Morales (diretor and professor of FAAP art school and professor at Santa Marcelina), Rivane Neunschwander (artist), Rodrigo Moura (curator, Inhotim) and Rosangela Rennó (artist).

The aim is to broaden students' horizons in terms of their critical and artistic range, offering a series of different points of view and the conceptual tools to assess their work and its development, as well as an opportunity to see and interact with more mature work and research.

Enrollment target: artists and curators wishing to dynamize their work process

Program starts: February 22th, 2011
Apliccation due to: January 21th, 2011

Portfolios: send your portfolio by January 21th to:
Classes: Tuesdays and Thursdays – 7 – 10 pm

School Card: With 6 months unrestricted access, you can take courses and attend lectures, and workshops. Get our card and enjoy the opportunity of taking as many courses as you wish at the times and days of your choice for a one-off fee.

Special Assistance in Brazil
Our specialized staff can help you locate accommodation, restaurants and cultural venues and activities within easy reach of the school.

Call to schedule your visit: call us on 55 11 3060 3636 or e-mail, or see our website

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Dia de la No Violencia contra la Mujer, 25 Nov, Colombia

COMMEDIA DELL´ARTE Taller intensivo en Medellín, Colombia, 27 Nov-4 Dec

"Sea/Woman", Maja Mitic, Beograd, 3-4 Dec

"make-shift", 5 Dec: Italy, UK & online

A Arte Secreta do Ator: Odin Teatret, Brasilia, 10-15 dez.

New dates: Ay Ombe Theatre Retreat, Pery, 2-12 May 2011

The Magdalena Project - international network of women in contemporary theatre
El Proyecto Magdalena: Red Internacional de mujeres en el teatro contemporaneo

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Solos Férteis, 17-21 de Nov: confirmadas as convidadas
Magfest Torino, 1-5 dicembre: final programme & registration
Programa de Magdalena Sin Fronteras III, 8-18 enero 2011
Danza e Voce con Moss Beynon Juckes (UK) 20/21 Nov, Rome
A Arte Secreta do Ator: Odin Teatret, Brasilia, 10-15 dezembre
Pantheatre in the USA, Dec 2010-May 2011
The Magdalena Project – international network of women in contemporary theatre
El Proyecto Magdalena: Red Internacional de mujeres en el teatro contemporaneo