Here’s what’s going on;
Open Call: Cultural and Artistic Responses to Environmental Change – Prince Claus Fund
The Prince Claus Fund and the Goethe-Institut are issuing a new Call for Proposals to support cultural and artistic initiatives tackling pressing environmental issues around the world. The Call for Proposals: Cultural and Artistic Responses to Environmental Change is the third of this cycle and builds on the 2018 & 2019 editions, through which 35 exceptional projects were supported.
Deadline The deadline for the submission of project applications is 31st July 2020 at 17:00h Amsterdam Time.
Join with Performance Activists Across the Globe
Performing the World Happening(s)
Each weekend, July 25 – Aug. 30, join for live, online conversations with leaders of the Performing the World community exploring the power of performance and play to re-imagine and re-create the world. Meet the Magicians Without Borders and the Global Play Brigade. Learn about performance and theatre projects from Hong Kong to Haifa and grassroots initiatives from Canada, Brazil, Costa Rica, Pakistan, Nigeria and Zimbabwe. Sign-up for one weekend or the entire series!
Women in the Arts and Media Coalition
Have you considered becoming an Accredited Playback Theatre Trainer?
Join over 90 Accredited Trainers spread around the world. You will be listed on the Centre for Playback Theatre website where you can be found by potential students, PT companies, and organizations.
If you’re a highly experienced Playback Theatre trainer and a graduate of Playback Theatre Leadership*, please consider applying to become an Accredited Playback Theatre Trainer (APTT)!
You can send your application in at any time.
Applications due October 31st, 2020.
Click here to apply!
27th Edition from 1 to 11 September 2020
Call for Participation
Deadline August 10th 2020
The Cairo International Festival for Experimental Theatre (CIFET) is pleased to announce the call of participation for its upcoming 27th edition from 1- 11 September 2020
CIFET is an annual festival organized by the Ministry of Culture of the Arab Republic of Egypt. The festival hosts and presents innovative works of Egyptian, Arab and international troupes, with a focus on performances that aesthetically deviate from mainstream theatre production.
The pandemic and the precautionary measures that followed have posed a challenge to theatrical practice, whether in production or reception. However, the festival will proceed despite these challenges. We believe the show must go on.