Call for Articles and EssaysTheatre in an Aging WorldEditors: Manabu Noda and Yun Cheol KimAccording to the UN, population aged 60 or over is growing faster than all younger age groups. The extremely rapid aging around the world requires us to adopt new perspectives at our political, social, cultural, and artistic life.
To home in on this urgent issue, Critical Stages/Scènes critiques invites essays for its upcoming special issue focusing on the problematics and challenges of Theatre in an Aging World, as well as theatre reviews concerning stage productions on, of, for or by the elderly. We are also interested in papers on theatre in the aging world with a demographical, sociological, or psychological perspective.
Length: Maximum 3,000 words
Language: English or French
Deadline: September 1, 2019
Publication Date: Dec. 2019
THE PEPITES SELECTED by the COMMITTEE 9th edition.
Selected among 287 other projects.
It is now the turn of the web-users to vote in order to sort out the 3 projects which will integrate our network in 2017 to develop themselves internationally. VOTES ARE OPEN FROM OCTOBER 20, UNTIL NOVEMBER 20, 2018.
– Discover: Click on the link of each artistic projects,
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SEND US YOUR TIPS AND PROPOSALS FOR NEXT ICAF!
From 25 through 29 March 2020 the next International Community Arts Festival will be held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The theme of ICAF-8 is ‘vision’.
This time we were inspired by the number 20/20 and its association with sharpness of eyesight, but also with a vision for the future of community arts and change of perspective. CONTACT US!
So if you have ideas, tips, or concrete proposals (preferably with audiovisual documentation and contextual information), please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would like to receive your suggestions as soon as possible,
but no later than 30 November 2018.
Directors Lab Mediterraneanis an initiative of a group of alumnae of the Lincoln Centre Directors Lab, aiming at creating a space of skills-sharing and exchange among international directors, in the Mediterranean region. Endorsed by the founder of Lincoln Center Theatre Directors LabAnne Cattaneo, Directors Lab Mediterranean will be launched in July 2019 at the American University of Beirut, hosted by the Theater Initiative and the Department of Fine Arts and Art History. The Lab aims to rotate around the Mediterranean cities in the future years. Applications to the Lab are now open until December 3rd, 2018. Read the Press Release.
The Aftermath Project will resume granting in 2019, and that thanks to a generous donor, they are increasing the grant to $25,000.
The application will be online October 1st, and applications will be due by Nov 30th, at midnight PST.
Questions about the grant and application process should be sent to email@example.com