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Roberta Levitow December 11, 2018 No Comments

TWB Digest

Dear esteemed reader,  we hope so far, your artistic labor continues to bring you joy.

This issue presents 2019 opportunities, events and approaching deadlines.


On the Move has short selection of calls and opportunities with a reference page for deadlines.


Culture 360: ASEF Connecting Asia and Europethroughout arts invites willing collaborators, apply to the Magic Oxygen Literary Prize (Deadline December  31st, 2018) and An Artist Residency in Motherhood (open deadline) and more opportunities here.


If you were following the African Dream campaign for the outstanding 3 African Pepites, click on thislink and find out The talented Africans who won.


Women in the Arts and Media Coalition 

Project Submissions
Script Submissions
Onstage
Backstage
Funding
Residencies
Other Resources

Check out this Funding Resources pages!


Words without Borderscovers Afro-Brazilian writing


You are invited to the Syrian Film Program at Queens University

December 16- January 19, 2019.


The Magdalena Project 


Global Participatory Project Climate Change Theatre Action Returns In 2019 Time for action! After two successful years, Climate Change Theatre Action (CCTA) is back, bringing together a diverse community of artists and audiences to foster sustainable change on a local and global scale. CCTA 2019 is a collaboration between The Arctic Cycle, the Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts, and Theatre Without Borders.

In January, 50 playwrights representing every continent as well as several Indigenous nations, will be commissioned to write five-minute plays highlighting the work of our various climate heroes, under the theme “Lighting the Way.” In April, the resulting collection of plays will be freely available to international producing collaborators who will be invited to present an event in their community from September 15 – December 20, 2019, using one or several plays from the collection.

To be the first to hear about the Call for Collaborators, sign up for The Arctic Cycle’s mailing list.