Category Archives: Countries


4 Sep 2015

Africa Centre: Calling for Applications

Applications for the 2015 Artists In Residency (AIR) Programme are now open! Each year, the Africa Centre, provides artists with the unique opportunity to spend four to six weeks fully dedicated to developing their craft. This year through partnerships with...

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28 Aug 2015

Performing Americas Creative Exchange grants available  

PLEASE NOTE:  QUICK TURN-AROUND APPLICATION DEADLINE:  SEPTEMBER 18, 2015 PROJECT DATES:  OCTOBER 1, 2015-SEPTEMBER 30, 2016 Please follow this link for full guidelines and application instructions.  You may also find these documents on the NPN website.  For the 2015-2016 grant...

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28 Aug 2015

USArtists International: Call for applications

The USArtists International deadline for Round I applications is September 4, 2015 for projects taking place between December 15, 2015 and December 14, 2016 Program guidelines are available at http://www.midatlanticarts.org/funding/pat_presentation/us_artists/guidelines.html For information please contact Robyn Busch, robyn@midatlanticarts.org USArtists International is a program of...

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12 Jun 2015

Arab Stages Volume One, Issue Two Now Online!

www.arabstages.org The free and open access Arab Stages is devoted to broadening international awareness and understanding of the theatre and performance cultures of the Arab-Islamic world and of its diaspora. 14 contributions including essays, short plays and reviews. Articles include...

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5 Jun 2015

Association of Performing Arts Presenters

Save the date for APAP|NYC 2016, the world's premier gathering of performing arts professionals and the Association of Performing Arts Presenters' annual member conference. Registration opens Tuesday, June 9 at noon (EDT)! Here are some of the many reasons to...

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5 Jun 2015

2016 MediaMakers Studio

NEW FUNDING OPPORTUNITY As important members of our arts community, we wanted to share an exciting new opportunity from the State Department. As always, we appreciate your continued collaboration on our diverse cultural programs, and we hope you'll explore and...

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27 May 2015

Yale Writers’ Conference 2015

Literary Translation Workshop - Mark Polizzotti June 18-21, 2015 Focusing on translation from other languages into English, this course takes a practical and conceptual approach to literary translation, examining—by select readings of published translations, comparisons of alternate renderings, and critiques...

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27 May 2015

Infecting the city

The Africa Centre is calling for Curation and Artwork proposals for Infecting The City -Public Arts Festival 2016, which will be held from the 7th – 12th March 2016. Infecting The City unfolds on the streets and various other public...

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27 May 2015

Worldwide Competition for New Opera and Music Theatre

The Music Theatre Network of the International Theatre Institute is pleased to announce a new call for entries for the competition Music Theatre NOW. For the third time, this project is being generously supported by the German ITI-Centre. The main...

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27 May 2015

Kampala International Theatre Festival

The Kampala International Theatre Festival aims at contributing to the development and promotion of all forms of theatre and to develop new audiences for theatre, supporting the creation and presentation of the best theatre productions from East African playwrights that...

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27 May 2015

Harlem Arts Festival 2015 Artist lineup

It's official! Here are this year's artists! We'll have more information on each artist in individual profile pages next week, but we wanted to give you the full list first! In the meantime, be the first to purchase tickets to...

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27 May 2015

Antigone From Syria, play reading

On Sunday May 31st we are thrilled to partner with Hybrid Theater Works and director Tracy Cameron Francis for the reading of an excerpt of Mohammad Al Attar's latest work Antigone From Syria, created in Beirut with Syrian women refugees....

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19 May 2015

KO Festival at Amherst College this Summer

This season we will look at our the idea of new homes, new lands, and perhaps a revison of what homeland means in a new America. What is the nature of the immigrant experience?  How are people received and perceived...

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19 May 2015

Residency Opportunity at the Watermill Center

Watermill welcomes proposals from US and international performing artists, visual artists, curators, dramaturges, puppeteers, architects, composers, filmmakers, culinary artists, and writers.  The Watermill Center is a laboratory for performance that supports the development of experimental art. Watermill invites artists to...

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19 May 2015

International Festival of Making Theater

Athens, Greece, June 28th – July 4th 2015. During a whole week of creative interaction, Theater Makers from different parts of the world will have the opportunity to share and get acquainted with new working methods and ideas, regarding the...

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19 May 2015

San Francisco International Arts Festival.

San Francisco International Arts festival opens this Thursday May 21, 2015 In addition to paid ticketed performances we do our best to include as many free activities and events as we can. Here is a partial list of this year's...

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12 May 2015

Introducing: Iranian Contemporary Theater

Today, Iranians show a lot of appreciation for theatre. Once rather quiet, theatre halls are now running out of tickets as enthusiastic crowds flock to see productions with various themes and genres that cater to various tastes. Theatrical performances have...

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12 May 2015

Isfahan Blues Opened in San Francisco!

The Opening of ISFAHAN BLUES Featured in SFArts! “In November 1963 the legendary Duke Ellington and his band toured to Iran. One month later, Torange Yeghiazarian’s parents opened a nightclub in Tehran...Now, in the year of the Billy Strayhorn centennial, Isfahan...

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12 May 2015

My Heart is in the East opens this weekend

My Heart is in the East is a socially engaged theatre performance that opens up history and personal stories as a model for peacebuilding. The play includes poetry, puppetry, and humor. Written by Jessica Litwak, the play is the culmination of...

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5 May 2015

Could You Please Look Into the Camera? A play

Don't miss the North American premiere of Mohammad Al Attar's Could You Please Look Into the Camera? in an English translation by Lisa Wedeen, from May 28th to 31st at Theaterlab. Written in 2011, the play is based on interviews...

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