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International Playable Theatre Lab

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The International Playable Theatre Lab is a two-week digital residency offering artists in North Macedonia and Mexico the opportunity to explore the potential of interactive and playable theatre. We will bring together three theatre makers in North Macedonia and three in Mexico for a two-week online programme of exchange, training, mentoring and peer support. Each day of the residency, artists will take part in a half-day online workshop exploring a different approach to making theatre playable in the digital space, delivered by mentor artists who are expert in this approach.

Alongside these workshops, participating artists will be given several hours each day to work on a project of their own. Each artist will apply with a very early idea for a project in mind, which they will work on throughout the residency. In each workshop, the artists will be explore ways in which they might use that tool or approach to develop their project. At the end of the fortnight, the participating artists will share a scratch version of their project with their fellow participants and the mentor artists.

The lab is produced and facilitated by Upstart Theatre (London, UK), in partnership with Teatro al Cubo (Mexico City, Mexico), and MI Film (Skopje, North Macedonia). It is funded by the British Council. 

Applications for the International Playable Theatre Lab opened on 1st June 2021 and will close at 12:00 BST (GMT +1) on 30th June 2021. Please see our website for the full guidance and how to apply

We're holding two events in June where you can find out more about the International Playable Theatre Lab:

7 June 2021: A webinar introducing potential participants to the IPTL, what we'll be doing, and how to apply. 4pm-5pm BST (GMT+1). Book here.

21 June 2021: A taster workshop, led by Upstart Theatre's artistic director Tom Mansfield, exploring some of the ideas we'll be looking at during the two-week course. 4pm-5pm BST (GMT+1). Book here.

Prizes Details: 

All selected artists will be paid a fee for their participation in the IPTL. 

For artists based in Mexico: 8000 pesos. 
For artists based in North Macedonia: 68750 Macedonian Dollars.

Deadline: 
06/30/2021

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EXTENDED ART CALL: Brashnar International Artist-in-Residence September 2019

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Brashnar Artist-in-Residence (BAiR) is an artist run and operated urban artist residency program located in the neighborhood Hrom on the west side of Skopje, North Macedonia. BAiR is a multi-faceted residency program allowing resident artists the freedom to explore the potentials of their practice while experiencing Macedonian culture through group related activities.

While residing at BAiR, residents live in an open, communal style environment situated in a family oriented neighborhood. During their residency, residents are encouraged to embrace the local culture and to engage the surrounding community while living at the Art House. Residents also take part in maintaining Brashnar’s organic gardens at the Volkovo Project Space and learning how to live a sustainable lifestyle.

The residency is open to all visual artists and writers that strongly encourage work utilizing innovative and traditional forms of art making along with collaborations, artist led projects and socially engaged practices. This is a self-directed, process-based residency with no obligation or expectation to complete a body of work, but resident artists are expected to engage with the community during Open Studio events organized by Brashnar that take place the last week of each month.

Brashnar Artist-in-Residence offers living and work space for up 6 artists/writers for stays of 1 month with 2 - 3 staff artists living with the residents in the Art House during the residency season. The residency opportunity is for the month of September 2nd - 30th.

Applicants in the following fields are eligible to apply: drawing, painting, printmaking (linocut, woodcut), mixed media, new media, digital photography, sculpture/installation, land art, bookmaking, performance/video art, interdisciplinary arts, literature, socially engaged practices and cultural research.

Deadline: 
07/16/2019
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EXTENDED ART CALL: Brashnar International Artist-in-Residence Summer 2019

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Brashnar Artist-in-Residence (BAiR) is an artist run and operated urban artist residency program located in the neighborhood Hrom on the west side of Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. BAiR is a multi-faceted residency program allowing resident artists the freedom to explore the potentials of their practice while experiencing Macedonian culture through group related activities.

While residing at BAiR, residents live in an open, communal style environment situated in a family oriented neighborhood. During their residency, residents are encouraged to embrace the local culture and to engage the surrounding community while living at the Art House. Residents also take part in maintaining Brashnar’s organic gardens at the Volkovo Project Space and learning how to live a sustainable lifestyle.

The residency is open to all visual artists and writers that strongly encourage work utilizing innovative and traditional forms of art making along with collaborations, artist led projects and socially engaged practices. This is a self-directed, process-based residency with no obligation or expectation to complete a body of work, but resident artists are expected to engage with the community during Open Studio events organized by Brashnar that take place the last week of each month.

Brashnar Artist-in-Residence offers living and work space for up 6 artists/writers for stays of 1 month with 2 - 3 staff artists living with the residents in the Art House during the residency season. The residency season runs from May 1 through September 30.

Applicants in the following fields are eligible to apply: drawing, painting, printmaking (linocut, woodcut), mixed media, new media, digital photography, sculpture/installation, land art, bookmaking, performance/video art, interdisciplinary arts, literature, socially engaged practices and cultural research.

Deadline: 
04/01/2019
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