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Roberta Levitow January 28, 2020 No Comments

TWB Digest #398

Dear reader, 
in this issue, 

Ucross is currently accepting applications for residencies of two, four, or six weeks, taking place between August and early December 2020.Located on a 20,000 acre working cattle ranch in the foothills of Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains, Ucross provides individual workspace, living accommodations, uninterrupted time, and the experience of the historic High Plains landscape to selected writers, visual artists, composers, and performing artists working in all disciplines

Learn more at UCROSS.ORG 


New Round for scholarship applications. Participate in New Physical Theatre programs in Austria!

ArtUniverse Announced New Scholarships 

for participation in physical theatre workshops in Austria. 

Choose from workshops in physical theatre, directing, acting, movement directing. NIPAI’s various workshops and programs offer students the most intensive and comprehensive experiences possible as they immerse in hands-on courses in the performing arts.

learn more from Physicalityinacting.com


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
www.performingtheworld.org

The theme for Performing the World 2020 (PTW) is inspired by the ways millions of people all over the planet are responding to an increasingly harsh world. Along with so many who must physically flee war, gang violence, drought, floods and fire, there are countless more who seek an escape from the cruelty, violence, destitution, alienation and pain of everyday life. They search for, or try to create, a haven. 

Proposal submission forms are available at www.performingtheworld.orgProposals are due February 15, 2020.Additional information about the conference, and forms for registration and financial aid can be found on the website, www.performingtheworld.orgCLICK HERE TO SUBMIT A PROPOSAL.


Mitambo International Theatre Festival-Zimbabwe 
https://drive.google.com/file/d/15hBga0cBIV9ToOQaUYKik075mp9ybKvJ/view


The Choreographic Marathon

Across Oceans Arts
Ultra-Intensive Development and Creation Exchange For established and emerging Movement Artists in All forms over 3 days flow, discovery, creation, challenge, performance 
and continued mentor support for 6 months
PROPOSE NOW forMay 16-18, 2020


M A N I F E S T O  P O E T I C O

OPEN LABORATORIES
MAY 2020

Applications are Open! 

16-22 Tokyo.   27-31 Canada


International Teaching Artist Conference

ITAC5, the Fifth International Teaching Artist Conference is open for business. September 15-17 in Seoul, South Korea. Applications to present in Seoul are now invited.
Applications to attend as a delegate (without presenting) will open in a few weeks. Check out the presenting guidelines; find out about the themes and key questions.
Please share this link with your networks so that everyone finds a way to join: by presenting, by attending, by connecting with the virtual conference.  https://bit.ly/36lE5JZ

And you should join the ITAC Collaborative–the year round expansion of the Conferences.  The Collaborative is creating the first global network of artists who work in communities and schools. Free to join.  Innovation projects (with stipend) are popping up NOW.  Join to build this pioneering network.  https://itac-collaborative.com/


Theatre503 Playwriting Award 2020

AWARD OPENS FOR ENTRIES FROM 1ST FEBRUARY TO 29TH FEBRUARY 2020 VIA THE THEATRE503 WEBSITE.

Previous winners are: And Then Come The Nightjars by Bea Roberts, Valhalla by Paul Murphy – joint winner in 2014; In Event of Moone Disaster by Andrew Thompson in 2016 and Out of Sorts by Danusia Samal in 2018.

FOR THE FULL DETAILS ON THE 2020 THEATRE503 INTERNATIONAL PLAYWRITING AWARD VISIT WWW.THEATRE503.COM AND FOLLOW THE AWARD LINK ON THE HOMEPAGE.


 Business and Creative Lab for Choreographers
The details of the program are mentioned here on this page: Business and Creative Lab for Choreographers. Additionally, here is Facebook post that you can share. 


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