this month, the world celebrates women loved and admired. Arts projects in New York and Boston create statues for Women Leaders; The African Theatre Magazine profiled women making waves in Theatre in parts of the African continent. Every corner of the world has inspiring women. Let’s continue to celebrate them.
Island Life productions presents a fantastic opportunity for emerging artists called the Island Life Productions ’66 Prize with an online competition dedicated to recognising the talents of artists who have yet to be professionally recognised (paid for their work). Nominate someone before March 26th .
International Performing Arts Conference
is pleased to announce the Call for Presentations
Topic: Performing Arts between Tradition and Contemporaneity
Theatre – Dance – Music – Visual & Multimedia Art – Arts administration – Performing Arts Training – Theatre Design & Technology
July 26 – 29, 2021
Laubegg Castle – Austria
The conference program brings together practising performing arts academics and artists from various disciplines from all continents. The conference meeting is highly recommended for performing arts practitioners and researchers from different countries searching for international network opportunities and new collaboration partners.
The meeting offers a wonderful chance for performers, performing arts educators and teachers to demonstrate their methods and techniques to the international audience.
You are welcome to choose the presentation format:
practical workshop or a master class, work in progress, work demonstration, performance fragments not requiring special technical conditions, interactive talk/lecture/discussion, photo/video, exhibition, installation, research presentation, or other ways of demonstration can be considered.
The conference program runs in English.
How to submit the proposal, travel, stay and other practical details:
Have you considered becoming an Accredited Playback Theatre Trainer? Apply by May 31st.
Women in the Arts and Media coalition
WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH
Learn About Women From All Disciplines and Fields:
Women’s History Month Events
Plays About Historical Women from 365 Women a Year: a Playwriting Project
25 Women to Read Before You Die from Powell’s
The Greatest Female Authors of All Time from Echo Lit
10 Books by Trans Authors That Will Change Your Life from Subvrt
Trans and Non-Binary Authors to Read Today from Strand
Black Women Poets You Should Know from The Lily
21 Black Female Poets from The Tempest
12 Female Poets Who Changed the Game from Read Poetry
15 Women Playwrights You Really Should Have Heard Of from What’s Onstage
7 Women of Theatre History You Should Know from The Interval
7 More Women of Theatre History You Should Know from The Interval
6 Plays and Musicals for Trans Awareness
The 150 Greatest Albums Made by Women from NPR
25 Songs by Black Women that Rocked the World from the 1920s- 2020
Female Artists from the Native American Music Awards
Songs of Native American Women
Greatest Women Composers in Classical Music from Classic FM
10 Native American Women Artists You Should Know
20 Female Artists You Need to Know from Harper’s Bazaar
10 Breakthrough Women Artists from Black Art in America
8 Female Artists Who Caught Fire in Their 80s from Artnet
Theatre and Development Partnerships – Online symposium, 23rd September 2021 University of Warwick, UK
This symposium aims to explore partnerships involving researchers, practitioners, donors and communities from the Global North and South. It will reflect on how we can establish more equal, interconnected and mutually beneficial global partnerships in Theatre for Development (TfD) and applied and socially-engaged performance projects.
Papers or more experimental modes of presentation (including online performances or workshops) are invited. Please send abstracts of 200 words, with short biographies of any speakers, to firstname.lastname@example.org by 23rd April 2021.
Contributions from researchers and practitioners could consider:
§ Reflections on the successes and limitations of working in global partnerships to achieve change through theatre and performance;
§ The histories of global networks, collaborations and partnerships in TfD and applied theatre involving individuals, institutions and communities in the global North and South;
§ Theoretical, conceptual and methodological interventions in how we understand and
undertake research in TfD and applied theatre involving the Global North and South;
§ Analyses of cultural exchange, flows of knowledge and funding structures in global TfD
and applied and socially-engaged performance projects
§ Decolonising research, practice and the partnerships we participate in.
Find out more here
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Check out a new online resource we have just launched, Performing International Plays (www.
The website has free education packs, essays, author’s and translator’s notes for 20 plays from 6 continents in over 15 languages.
A selection of our plays also have video excerpts performed by professional actors and directed by directors and writers from theatres such as the Royal Court and the Bush theatre, among others.
We hope this resource may be of interest to you and that you might wish to share it with your network. Our aim is to diversify classrooms and help bring more attention to these incredible plays.
I have attached an image, and you can see the website here: www.