IUGTE and ArtUniverse have announced five scholarships for the December programme 2012:
International Physical Theatre Lab and
International Conference “Theatre Between Tradition & Contemporaneity”
The scholarship amount is 300 EUR and it partially covers the participation fee.
To apply for the scholarship, candidates should send CV/resume with photo and a brief cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Performers of different genres and techniques, actors, dancers, directors and instructors from different countries are welcome to apply for participation. The programme includes intensive practical training with the Russian theatre director and teacher Sergei Ostrenko, and workshops, presentations, lectures, performances, works-in-progress and discussions with performing arts experts and teachers from different countries. Participants can receive the Certificate of Participation. The working language is English.
Accommodation and meals are organized for the group. The Lab will take place at the 15th century castle, the international educational centre in Styria, Austria. Nearest international airports – Graz and Vienna.
Programme details: http://www.iugte.com/projects/physicaltheatre
Gallery of past events: http://picasaweb.google.com/globtheatre
Ellen Røed is working at the videoroom at BEK in her preparation of the the annual symposium of The Norwegian Artistic Research Fellowship Programme that will be hosted at KHIB this autumn. She has prepared, together with MIchelle Teran, a moderated discussion that during two days will use short demonstrations to interrogate researchmethods that are based on experimentation, collaboration, and storytelling. On this occasion, Ellen and Christian Blom will attempt to restage elements from the process of making the exhibition ‘On balancing’ that they developed this spring for the Borealis music festival. ‘On balancing’ was co-produced by BEK.
Art Video Exchange-Norway is showing a program at art:screen fest
When: Oct 6 2012
Where: Bio Rocxy in Örebro
Curator: Mona Bentzen
Art Video Exchange (AVE) is an international exchange program and initiative between curators developed to organize exhibition opportunities for video artists worldwide. By promoting the production and circulation of international video programming. AVE works to foster a greater appreciation of video art and an exchange of ideas between artists, curators and audiences worldwide.
Curators: Eli Souaiby (Lebanon), Mona Bentzen (Norway), Bojana Romic (Serbia), Madeline Djerejian and Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson (USA), Gintare Matulaityte (Lithuania), Julie Sparsoe Damkjaer (Denmark)
View/Download program at:
Mozilla and Eyebeam Art & Technology Center presents Open(Art).
Open(Art) is a unique opportunity for artists and technologists to collaborate on new work that catalyzes creative participation on a global scale. Interested makers are invited to propose projects that push the boundaries of online or networked culture and address contemporary social challenges, while contributing to the community of practice around creative code.
Support over 6 months in:
awards: $ 15 000 dollar production budget
resources:desk space and access to design, research, and fabrication studios at Eyebeam’s New York location
Deadline for online application (link) by 12:00 (EST) PM (noon) , October 12, 2012
Notification by November 1, 2012.
Open Call: PIONEERING VALUES
15th Media Art Biennale WRO 2013
15 December 2012