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Roberta Levitow December 10, 2019 No Comments

TWB Digest #396

Dear reader, 

The Oak Institute for Human Rights is seeking a human rights activist/practitioner to be the fellow for our fall 2020 theme Borders and Human Rights. Can you think of any practitioner(s) in need of respite who would benefit from this fellowship?

The deadline for applications is December 30th.

Contact:
oakhr@colby.edu | +1- 207-859-5304 
Website: https://www.colby.edu/oakinstitute/


Call for Applications: Lab Fellows Program, 2020-2021 Cohort

The Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics (The Lab) invites applications for the 2020-2021 cohort of its Fellows Program. The Lab’s mission is to humanize global politics through the power of performance. To this end, applications are welcomed from performing artists who also define themselves as community-based and/or globally-minded activists, educators, or policymakers working at the intersection of performance and politics/social justice. 

Visit their website for more information 


New Publication – UNESCO & the International Theatre Institute ITI

The brochure is available in English and French. Spanish is in preparation. You may download the brochure here:
UNESCO & ITI – English version
UNESCO & ITI – version française

The General Secretariat of ITI may send you a copy or copies of the printed version. Please write to info(at)iti-worldwide.org to obtain yours.


Don’t miss the call for media partnerships with culture360! Deadline is 31 December for events happening between February and July 2020. Scroll down for many more interesting news and opportunities from Asia & Europe!

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OneBeat Residency Opportunity for Musicians from Eligible Countries

CEC ArtsLink is pleased to help our colleagues at OneBeat to spread the word about a residency opportunity for innovative musicians from eligible countries.

In its ninth year, OneBeat brings musicians (ages 19-35) from around the world to the U.S. for one month each fall to collaboratively write, produce, and perform original music, and develop strategies for arts-based social engagement. For accepted fellows all costs, including travel, accommodation, and food, are covered by the program.  

Application deadline is December 20, 2019
OneBeat will take place in Fall 2020
Apply here

Please note that CEC ArtsLink does not administer this program. All inquiries about OneBeat application process should be emailed to 1beat@foundsoundnation.org.


CALL FOR APPLICATIONS YOUTH THEATRE PERFORMANCE
Mentored by Zoukak

Timeline: One session of 8 hours per week, between January and May 2020
Age: 15 – 21 years’ old
Participation fee: No fee required
Deadline for application: December 21,  2019

Zoukak is launching the 2nd edition of the Youth Theatre Performance project addressed to youths between 15 and 21 years old wishing to explore theatre professionally. Those interested in acting, writing, directing, stage-management, light, sound, costume and set design are invited to apply. We are looking for highly motivated youths, willing to be invested in a long-term theatre project, and eager to work collectively and develop tools that allow them to expand their knowledge and expertise in the field. Prior experience is preferable, but not required.

HOW TO APPLY?

Applicants are asked to submit a motivation letter including highlights of their experience in the field, to the following email address:
coordination@zoukak.org before  December 21, 2019 midnight.
Applications will be reviewed and the selected group will be invited for auditions at Zoukak Studio in January 2020.   


Wednesday-Saturday, Sept 30 – Oct 3, 2020 – New York City
PTW 2020 will begin at 5:00pm on Wednesday

Deadline for proposals: February 15, 2020
For details visit www.performingtheworld.org


It is time to SAVE the DATE for the next conference Cultural Impact Now! The European Conference of Cultural and Creative Spaces.

This event is co-organised by Trans Europe HallesThe European Network of Cultural Centres and the host of the conference Maltfabrikken.

Date: 4-7 June 2020
Place: Ebeltoft, Denmark


Art for Africa
WHO WE ARE
The aim of Artists- in -Residency programs- is to provide space, time, accommodations, to Artists And other creative professionals, culture enthusiastic, lovers of art, travelers, tourists, students, couples, groups, families and holidaymakers and general public in General to reflect, develop their passion. We have strong interest in people’s cultures and heritage both tangible and non – tangible cultural heritage.
The project is Artist led and Run by volunteers and full time Artistic director.

Visit their website for more https://artnestresidency.com


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