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ProperGanda

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Properganda is a monthly night running for 5 years with an average 60 people audience.

A form of cultural event that is aimed at entertaining the attitude of a community (or audience) towards the different artforms and entertainment.
We're looking for any acts from Burlesque, Singer/Songwriters, Bands, Poetry, Puppetry, DJs, Magicians, Clowns, Stand up Comedians, Short film makers, installations, Performance art, alternative art, LGBTQ... 

Your act should be around 5 to 12 mins. Send us your proposal, or bio and links to your work.

We operate a box office share to be distributed 100% amongst the acts- no cut for venue or promoters. Also you get 2 free drinks and a + 1 person in for free.

At the inspiring space The Others in Stoke Newington (Hackney-London) We have all needed things for live gigs, projections, PA, theatre lights etc

Venue http://theothers.uk.com

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D2P Residency for Performative Drawing practice

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Only a few more spaces left in this upcoming residency!
D2P Residency for Performative Drawing practice.
18 April-2 May 2020, Brighton, UK.

This rigorous 15 days structured program is a unique opportunity for new and developing professional artists and art students to engage in the dynamic artistic discipline of drawing performance art.

For full details about the residency and please visit our website.

 

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Call for Submissions: HERE Artist Residency Program

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all for Submissions: HERE Artist Residency Program (HARP)

Created 20 years ago to address a compelling need in the field—the void of artistic, administrative, and financial support for artists with certain professional accomplishments, but without breakthrough recognition—the HERE Artist Residency Program (HARP) assists artists who are developing distinct artistic voices and experimenting with new approaches that expand the parameters of performance work.

As one of the most robust residency programs of this nature in the country and serving as a national model, HARP provides a commission, developmental support, career planning, and a full production to cross-genre artists, within a collaborative environment of peers working across disparate art forms – including theatre, dance, music, puppetry, visual art, and new media. HARP provides significant long-term support, as well as $50,000 in cash and $50,000 in space, equipment, and services over 2-3 years to tailor each residency to each artist’s individual needs. Through significant investment of time and resources, dynamic work within a strong community is created.

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02/03/2020
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