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PARL - Performance Art Research Ljubljana

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PARL - Performance Art Research Ljubljana
22 - 31 August 2022
www.parl.si

Invitation to participate

PARL invites performance art makers and groups to join 10 days research and development program in Ljubljana from 22 - 31 August 2022.

The program is open for performance art, devised theater, contemporary dance, intermedia projects and hybrid forms. PARL provides every participant a studio space and presentation venue.

PARL joins various creative practices, working methods and production models of leading Ljubljana based performance artists and producers. The course of work is focused on development of creative processes and research of performative strategies with daily feedback and training, three-day seminar, and workshops.

If you are a performance art maker and you need space and time to research, an environment to develop your project, an opportunity to present your work and to open up your collaborative network – welcome to PARL.

Application deadline: 15 APRIL 2022.
Apply at link: https://www.parl.si/application/

 

Check what the international artists say about experience at PARL:
https://www.parl.si/artists/

 

Deadline: 
04/15/2022
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Performing Arts & Indigenous Arts Creation Lab - Spring 2022 | In-Person

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Overview
Creation Lab residencies are designed for performing artists and companies worldwide to develop their new work in one or more Banff Centre studio spaces on the land of Sacred Buffalo Guardian Mountain. Creation Lab is a partnered initiative of Performing Arts and Indigenous Arts at Banff Centre. The focus of these self-directed residencies is to offer contemplative and creative exploration in performance spaces. This can include experimentation with choreography, improvisations and sight specific areas. Collaborations with Indigenous artists outside of similar accessibility will also be considered. 

In a collegial campus atmosphere of like-minded artists working in and across a range of disciplines, artists are encouraged this season to propose self-sufficient projects that require no in-studio technical labour or equipment support from Banff Centre staff beyond essential room set-up. Companies are encouraged to travel with all personnel required to handle the work.

A limited number of on-stage technical residencies with local crew support are available.

We are offering the following programs concurrently:

What does the program offer?
As a post-secondary learning environment, Banff Centre offers artists a generous, retreat-style space to experiment and take risk with new work in development. Artists can choose to take advantage of feedback from other members of the community on campus, or shut out distraction and create in solitude. All phases of work in progress are welcome, and there is no expected output from the residency.

Banff Centre provides limited production support for these residencies. Additional technical support may be negotiated when possible. Covid-19 protocols are expected to evolve throughout the season.

Who should apply?
We accept project proposals from individual artists, artistic collectives, and companies of all sizes and at all stages of career. Artists with projects that are at various stages of development are encouraged to apply - whether at the conceptual, creation, development, refinement, or redevelopment stage of a new work.

We invite applications from Indigenous performing artists and arts companies (regionally, nationally, and globally), from a variety of disciplines. This may include Indigenous dancers, theatre makers, circus and clowns, provocateurs, disrupters, advocates pushing the boundaries of their artistic practice, experienced artists, Indigenous artists that serve their community and their collaborators in all performing arts disciplines.

Shorter residencies may be available. Please inquire for details.

Please note: International participants are welcome to apply to on-campus programs that start after January 1, 2022. Banff Centre has opted into the Government of Alberta's Restriction Exemption Program; please see our website for full details on COVID-19 protocols and vaccination requirements. 

Program Dates: March 7 - 26, 2022
Application Deadline: November 24, 2022

Learn more and apply online:

Prizes Details: 

Please see the Fees & Financial Aid section of the program page.

Deadline: 
11/24/2021
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Indigenous Arts Creation Lab - Winter 2022 | In-Person

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Overview
In partnership with Performing Arts, Indigenous Arts Creation Lab residencies are designed for Indigenous Performing Arts artists, collectives or companies with a regional, national and global focus to develop the physical creation phase of their new work on the territory of Sacred Buffalo Guardian Mountain. The focus of these self-directed residencies is to offer contemplative and creative exploration in performance spaces. This can include experimentation with choreography, improvisations and sight specific areas. Collaborations with Indigenous artists outside of similar accessibility will also be considered.

In a collegial campus atmosphere of like-minded artists working in and across a range of disciplines, artists are encouraged this season to propose self-sufficient projects that require no in-studio technical labour or equipment support from Banff Centre staff beyond essential room set-up. Companies are encouraged to travel with all personnel required to handle the work.

A limited number of on-stage technical residencies with local crew support will be available in the Spring 2022 block. 

Artists may apply to reside for one, two or three weeks, and may indicate their preferred dates. Demand is typically high for this residency, and therefore the ability to consider three-week visits, particularly for larger companies, is limited.

What does the program offer?
As a post-secondary learning environment, Banff Centre offers artists a generous, retreat-style space to experiment and take risk with new work in development. Artists can choose to take advantage of feedback from other members of the community on campus, or shut out distraction and create in solitude. All phases of work in progress are welcome, and there is no expected output from the residency.

This residency offers a range of workspaces and facilities depending on participants' needs and availability, typically in Banff Centre’s Music & Sound Building, the Performing Arts and Learning Complex, and/or the Kinnear Centre for Creativity & innovation. 

Banff Centre provides limited production support for these residencies. Additional technical support may be negotiated when possible. Covid-19 protocols are expected to evolve throughout the season.

Who should apply?
We invite applications from Indigenous performing artists and arts companies (regionally, nationally, and globally), from a variety of disciplines. This may include Indigenous dancers, theatre makers, circus and clowns, provocateurs, disrupters, advocates pushing the boundaries of their artistic practice, experienced artists, Indigenous artists that serve their community and their collaborators in all performing arts disciplines. We accept project proposals from individual artists, artistic collectives, and companies of all sizes and at all stages of career. Artists with projects that are at various stages of development are encouraged to apply - whether at the conceptual, creation, development, refinement, or redevelopment stage of a new work.

Shorter residencies may be available. Please inquire for details.

Please note: International participants are welcome to apply to on-campus programs that start after January 1, 2022. 

*Financial Aid of 100% is available to cover all program costs thanks to the SLAIGHT Foundation.

Program Dates: January 10 - 29, 2022
Program Deadline: October 13, 2021
Learn more and apply online:  https://bit.ly/3uhxhKS

Prize summary: 
100% scholarship available
Deadline: 
10/13/2021
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Emily@Home Digital Arts Project

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Emily@Home OPEN CALL for Video Submissions

Emily@Home Digital Arts Project, an open call for video submissions from the public based on passages from ’Emily of Emerald Hill’, the critically acclaimed monologue in Singapore since 1982.    This monodrama, written by well-known Stella Kon, who is a playwright, novelist, short-story writer and poet, has been performed locally as well as internationally.

Emily@Home is supported by the National Arts Council’s Digital Presentation Grant for the Arts, as part of the #SGCultureAnywhere campaign to bring together the best of Singapore’s arts and culture digital offerings to be enjoyed and experienced, anytime and anywhere.

It is open to all participants from all over the world to channel their inner artist and express themselves freely by showcasing their own interpretation and portrayal of Emily with one or more recorded videos of their acting, based on 5 iconic passages from Emily of Emerald Hill.

Participants regardless of age, gender, race, culture or acting experience can take this opportunity to unleash their creativity with their most innovative and unique interpretation of Emily.

Emily@Home seeks to encourage critical thinking and open-mindedness when it comes to expression especially during this Covid-19 where everyone has to stay home as much as possible.

As an academic textbook too, this project allows students to explore deeper into the story and character.  Emily@Home also hopes to continue to engage, encourage and support aspiring actors or theatre practitioners to hone their acting skills, to create some fun at home as well as to generate interest in Singapore culture around the world.

Participants are encouraged to delve into the psyche of a woman, a mother, a wife and a daughter better, and how these same traits or characteristics apply to them. 

These videos will be curated and uploaded to Emily@Home’s social media platforms on YouTube, Facebook, TikTok and Instagram where members of the public can share their comments.

Previous directors of ‘Emily of Emerald Hill’ such as Glen Goei, Jeremiah Choy and well-known actors such as Margaret Chan, Pearlly Chua and Ivan Heng, who have played the role of Emily, together with playwright Stella Kon will be the panel of Creative Collaborators for this project.

 

Prize summary: 
Tokens of appreciation
Prizes Details: 

Tokens of appreciation will be awarded to participants for the following:

  • Best Interpretation
  • Best Effort
  • Most EntertainingThe panel of Creative Collaborators will decide on the best 3 videos by mid-September 2020.  Recipients of the tokens of appreciation will be notified by the end of September 2020.

 

Deadline: 
08/31/2020

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
FREE
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HomeBrew: 5 x £1000 Commissions for Somerset Artists

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HomeBrew’s commission strand invites local artists to produce work that will inspire, inform and entertain audiences online.

We will be awarding five £1,000 commissions to Somerset-based digital artists, who will create new work that is proudly and inherently digital. Each project will explore an unseen, unknown or unexpected side of Somerset.

Possible formats include (but are not limited to):

Podcasts

Videos

Short films

VR

Games

Interactive experiences

Web projects

Graphic design

Digital art

Apps

The final projects will be hosted on the Brewhouse website throughout August and September as part of the HomeBrew Digital Season.

Applications will open at 10am, Friday 05 June 2020, and will close at 6pm, Friday 19 June, 2020.

Deadline: 
06/19/2020

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International Human Rights Art Festival

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Call for Entries

IHRAF '20

at the

Wild Project Theater

195 E. 3rd Street, East Village, NY

December 7-13, 2020
 

New York City's International Human Rights Art Festival (IHRAF) and Wild Project Theater issue a call for proposals for the fourth annual International Human Rights Art Festival, December 7-13, 2020 at the Wild Project. 

We are looking for performance pieces in all media by NYC-based artists, which are built around a social concern.  We are especially interested in work exhibiting the values of beauty, sincerity, vulnerability and engagement; work inspired by the open-heart of the artist, and not their anger, disgust or disapproval.  We believe that words spoken from the heart enter the heart, while words spoken from the mouth or out of anger or frustration, never get past the ears. 

There is no fee to apply.

All accepted performances will receive a production stipend, full tech support, PR and marketing support and free rehearsal time, depending on availability.

Deadline is July 1, 2020. 
Final decisions will be issued by August 31.

Please note: The planned production cannot have been produced in New York in 2020.  All performance pieces must be brought to the festival completely production-ready.

Deadline: 
07/01/2020

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