TWB Digest #394
The third PRO.ACT Fest will be held February 28th to March 1st, 2020
in Kyiv, Ukraine. Last year we hosted six theatre companies from
Ukraine, Israel, Canada and Hungary with 15 productions in English.
The festival will include various theatre performances as well as
acting workshops, solely in English.
The main theme of the Festival is “Limit / less”. We are convinced
that the theater should break any existing boundaries both in the
outside world and inside each performance.
To apply for the PRO.ACT Fest 2020 – follow the link
Applications must be submitted no later than December 15th, 2019
Climate Change: The Ringling Museum, Sarasota, Florida
November 21-24, 2019
Thu: 5:15pm-7:00pm, Fri & Sun: 10am-5pm, Sat: 10:30am-5pm
Leader: Chantal Bilodeau
Calling all artists, activists, scientists, and educators who want to engage or further their engagement with the Florida ecology through artistic practices! Join The Arctic Cycle for the Arts & Ecology Incubator, November 21-24, 2019 at the beautiful Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida.
For more information, visit our website.
Physical Theatre Workshops Festival
Performing arts between tradition and contemporaneity
This year’s IUGTE Conference will be highly practical!
If you wish to get intensive training in Laban & Chekhov techniques,
Meyerhold’s Theatre Biomechanics,
Traditional Singapore dance,
Traditional and Innovative Ballet,
Structural Movement Improvisation,
Traditional American Modern Dance,
Partnering and Contact Improvisation,
Performance for the Camera,
Voice Control for TV/Film,
Make-up for Film,
Dance practices with the ‘Actor to Text’,
Shakespeare’s classical 4 stories with a new approach
JOIN US THIS DECEMBER IN AUSTRIA!
scholarships for professionals are available
The 11th Performing the World conference, PTW 2020, co-sponsored by the East Side Institute and the All Stars Project, Inc., will be held Wednesday, September 23, through Saturday, September 26,2020 in New York City.
Theatertreffen Stückemarkt 2020 / Open Call
Under the heading “Against Separation”, Stückemarkt is looking for works from all parts of the world that explore the concept of solidarity from a perspective of art and aesthetics. What could our drafts for an open, equitable coexistence look like? How can they be expanded into the future? What exactly is an act of solidarity? What would a society where solidarity no longer exists look like? What happens when individuals no longer believe in the big picture, when the private has replaced the public sphere? And: Who owes what to whom exactly?
For more information visit website
Deadline for applications: 17 November 2019
Jury decision: mid-February 2020
An Opportunity for US and International Artists and Curators: ArtsLink Back Apartment Residencies in St. Petersburg, Russia
The ArtsLink Back Apartment Residency program provides opportunities for international artists and curators to conduct research, create new work, and collaborate with the local arts community in St. Petersburg, Russia. Each residency is designed to enable visiting artists and curators to learn about the Russian arts community, develop their own work, and share their practices with local artists and audiences.
New this year! CEC ArtsLink is adding a new component to the Residency program in 2020 to support follow-up projects by Back Apartment Residency Alumni. Past participants are invited to apply for 2-4 week residencies at the Back Apartment in St. Petersburg for projects which build on their previous visit through collaboration, research and/or partnerships with local organizations and artists.
Changing the World Through Circus
The Circus Action Network was created out of a desire to bridge the gap between my passion for circus and my passion for the environment and climate justice. Together with a few friends I founded the Circus Action Network as a collaborative platform for talking about social and environmental engagement in our work and supporting and learning from each other. We aim to be a resource for those interested in these issues, to promote sustainable, inclusive and diverse practices in the circus arts and to create a supportive and collaborative community of circus artists and practitioners who are passionate about tackling the social and environmental challenges of our time.
culture360.ASEF.org in partnership with On the Move is delighted to announce a new edition of the Mobility Funding Guide for Italy. Featuring a comprehensive list of arts organisations both public and private that are funding cultural mobility from and to Italy, the 2019 edition can be downloaded for free, together with the other 50 country-specific guides on funding for cultural mobility.