Audience (R)Evolution Program: Applications Due Monday, September 23, NOON EDT


Global Connections Round 3 Cycle A: Applications Due Tuesday, October 1, NOON EDT

Audience (R)Evolution: Applications Due

Online Application Submission Deadline:

Monday, September 23, 2013

NOON EDT

 

 

Audience (R)Evolution is a four-stage project to study, promote and support successful audience engagement and community development models across the country. The Audience (R)Evolution grant program addresses the third stage of the project – offering TCG Member Theatres who meet the program’s eligibility requirements the opportunity to (Re)Model or (Re)Imagine successful audience engagement and/or community development models.

 

Up to $65,000 will be awarded to organizations in two initiatives:

 

Audience (R)Evolution: (Re)Modeling will support TCG Member Theatres who aim to increase their proficiency in reaching specific audience(s)/community(ies) by observing, adapting and/or implementing successful models used by newly identified partner organization(s).

 

Audience (R)Evolution: (Re)Imagining will support TCG Member Theatres with a high level of proficiency and successful track record of reaching audience(s)/community(ies) who now seek new and/or different ways to deepen or expand this work.

 

The program guidelines and applications are now available. All online submissions MUST be received by noon, September 23, 2013. Late applications will not be considered.

 

Guidelines and applications are available by clicking the link below.

http://www.tcg.org/grants/aud_rev/audrev_guidelines.cfm

 

Videos and transcripts from the February 2013 Audience (R)Evolution Learning Convening are available at http://www.tcg.org/events/ar/. The plenary sessions and case studies may be a helpful resource

The Audience (R)Evolution grant program was designed by TCG and is funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. 

 

Global Connections Round 3 Cycle A: Applications Due

Online Application Submission Deadline:

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

NOON EDT

Global Connections encourages reciprocity and cultural exchange throughout the world by supporting the unrestricted travel and projects of individual theatre professionals working in all aspects of theatre and organizations with a history of developing theatre work.

 

Recipients may use the funds to pursue theatre-based activities abroad or to host international colleagues within the U.S.

 

The grants are offered through two separate initiatives:

 

ON the ROAD travel grants will award six grants of up to $5,000 each, per cycle, to foster new relationships with international colleagues that will inspire each other’s work and aesthetics by creating opportunities for cultural exchange. This initiative is open to a broad range of theatre professionals from artists to administrators to those in production areas.

 

IN the LAB project development grants will award three grants of $10,000 each, per cycle, to further preexisting international collaborations by supporting residencies that either advance the research and development of a theatre piece or explore elements leading up to a full production. Projects do not need to result in a final mainstage production.

 

ON the ROAD grants are not prerequisites for the IN the LAB initiative. Previous recipients in this program are not eligible to apply in consecutive cycles.

 

Funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

 

 

2. Cuny School of Professional Studies: Two Opportunities to Connect this Fall Project Rwanda and Introductory Workshop

 

 

Please save the date for two exciting opportunities to engage with the M.A. in Applied Theatre. Read on to learn more.

 

Project Rwanda Sharing

 

KIE and CUNY students participate in a cultural exchange through dance.

 

In July 2013, students in the M.A. in Applied Theatre participated in the fourth year of Project Rwanda: Drama and Theatre Education for Reconciliation and Development, in collaboration with the Kigali Institute for Education (KIE).  This program is designed to help Rwandan young people to develop their cultural skills through drama and theatre with the aim of promoting unity and fostering dialogue. Towards these goals, the CUNY team contributed to the training of the first generation of Rwandan drama educators.

 

Come hear about the experiences of the faculty and student participants! 

 

Wednesday, October 30 

7-9:30pm

M.A. in Applied Theatre/CAT Studios

101 West 31st Street

6th Floor

 

RSVP Now! Admission is free. Space is limited. 

 

Introductory Workshop

To the M.A. in Applied Theatre   

 

Learn about the first program of its kind in the country.  

 

Join us for our annual Introductory Workshop (formerly known as the "Open House").  Professors Chris Vine and Helen White will lead a dynamic three-hour presentation including:

  •  A practical demonstration offering a taste of the program
  •  A chance to meet with current students and faculty
  •  A Q&A session addressing the application process and program content and structure. 

Saturday, November 16

2-5pm

M.A. in Applied Theatre/CAT Studios

101 West 31st Street

6th Floor

 

RSVP Now! Admission is free! Spaces are limited!