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Cultural Fieldworks for Sustainability

CAL FESTIVAL – 20 + 21 June 2013, Utrecht, Holland

Utrecht (the Netherlands) Celebrates Peace with Community Arts – A two?day symposium at which Dutch artists join their colleagues from Afghanistan, Palestine, Guatemala, Peru, Rwanda, Serbia, Northern Ireland and elsewhere to explore what connects them. According to Eugene van Erven (University of Utrecht): “Probably the most complete gathering of artists working in war zones around […]

Paddling Theater on the Minnesota River

Theater in canoes as part of the Minnesota River History Weekend &Minnesota State Water Trails 50th Anniversary On May 18, 2013, PlaceBase Productions and performers from the Upper Minnesota River Valley area (in the USA) will stage a Paddling Theater Production on the Minnesota River as part of Minnesota River History Weekend and Minnesota State […]

Amazon Our Land

The launch of the CD Amazon Our Land by the young artists from the band Backyard Drums, from the project Rivers of Meeting, will be taking place today (this Saturday) from 7pm onwards (timezone: UTC -3), in the Afro-Indigenous community of Cabelo Seco (in Brazil), between the Amazonian Rivers Tocantins and Itacaiúnas. Anyone can participate […]

Pop-Up Repair and theatre artists

Set designer Sandra Goldmark is starting up a new sustainability project with her husband, Michael Banta, a production manager and technical director, along with several theatre colleagues. They are opening a 4 week Pop-Up Repair shop in northern Manhattan, this June. The shop is a challenge to the cycle of use-and-discard consumer goods, and will be staffed […]

Green Mobility Guide for the Performing Arts

Research dossier available in 5 languages Commissioned by On The Move to creative industries environmental experts Julie’s Bicycle, the Green Mobility Guide offers practical recommendations for professionals across the performing arts, case studies and resources, including the Julie’s Bicycle “IG tool” for tracking carbon emissions while on tour. Available since 2011 in English language, and […]

Live Dancing Archive at The Kitchen

From February 14 – 23, The Kitchen and iLAND, Interdisciplinary Laboratory for Art, Nature and Dance, present the New York premiere of dancer and choreographer Jennifer Monson’s Live Dancing Archive, a visceral exploration of the dancing body as physical archive of experience and place. The piece, which marks Monson’s return to The Kitchen after 15 […]

Nigerian theatre mixes oil and climate, on the ground

Wallace Heim writes: “The Nigerian playwright and academic Greg Mbajiorgu got in touch with us after reading Robert Butler’s blogs on Ashdenizen on the difficulties of writing plays about climate change. Greg sent us his play, Wake Up Everyone, which has a preface quoting from this blog. Wake Up Everyone began as a commission by […]

Call for Program Planner – Pixelache Helsinki 2013 Festival

The Pixelache Helsinki Festival 2013, a festival of electronic art and subcultures, organized in Helsinki since 2002 is looking for organizations, groups or individuals who would like to organize a seminar and an exhibition for the Facing North – Facing South program of Pixelache in Helsinki in 2013, with the hope that the program will […]

CSPA Award 2012 goes to The Man Who Planted Trees

The third CSPA Fringe Award for Sustainable Production awarded by the Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts (CSPA), was received by the theatre adaption of Jean Giono´s story: The Man Who Planted Trees (1953). Ailie Cohen, Richard Medrington, Rick Conte and director Ailie Cohen are currently touring North America with this production. For more […]

iLand’s 2012 iLAB Resident Update – Follow the Water Walks

Follow The Water Walks will host members of the Bronx community (NY, USA) in an interactive walk from the top of the watershed in East Tremont to the Bronx River. During the week of October 15, along the way they will explore water flow, game-play and the body as an instrument for mapping and measurement. […]