Be a gathering! The Natural Circus trainings, Spring 2012

‘I am movement and stillness at the same time’ The Natural Circus trainings are a body and movement practice (and maybe a bit more), embedded in an understanding that ‘nothing lasts, nothing is finished, nothing is perfect’. Situated in a powerful natural environment, they are playful gatherings beyond the human(-centered) perspective that may help realize… Continue reading Be a gathering! The Natural Circus trainings, Spring 2012

Sustainability in Theater: People, Planet, Profit, Purpose

Minneapolis, Minnesota (USA), April 30 – May 1, 2012 This event will address the question “How can we tangibly change the way we run our theaters to ensure we survive and have a significant positive impact on our environment and community?” Presenting organizations include: Broadway Green Alliance (New York): helped convert 97% of Broadway’s marquees… Continue reading Sustainability in Theater: People, Planet, Profit, Purpose

2012 iLAND Symposium

New-York, USA, March 23-24, 2012 Wollman Hall at The New School | 65 West 11th Street, 5th Floor Tickets: $5 – $25 (Sliding Scale) The 2012 iLAND Symposium will be entitled: Moving Into the Out There: Indeterminacy and Improvisation in Performance and Environmental Practice. This event is an open forum for exploring new methods of… Continue reading 2012 iLAND Symposium

Khoj International Residencies and Projects

Khoj International Artists’ Association is an artist led, alternative forum for experimentation and international exchange based in India. It sees its role as an incubator for art and ideas, artistic exchange and dialogue in the visual arts. In the last few years it has developed an active network of artists in South Asia. Applications are… Continue reading Khoj International Residencies and Projects

2012 Residency Application

The Guapamacátaro Interdisciplinary Residency in Art and Ecology is a site-based and community-oriented program for artists from different disciplines, scientists, educators and activists, aimed at fostering socially and ecologically-conscious cultural development. The hacienda is set on rural farmland and located in the state of Michocán, Mexico. The topic of ecology plays an important role for… Continue reading 2012 Residency Application

Ecodrama Playwrights Festival & Symposium on Performance & Ecology

Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA May 31-June 3, 2012 CALL FOR PAPERS AND PROPOSALS From the 31st of May until the 3rd of June 2012 the Ecodrama Playwrights Festival and Symposium on Performance and Ecology takes place in Pittsburgh. Artists, scholars and activists are invited to share their work, ideas and passions with the attenders… Continue reading Ecodrama Playwrights Festival & Symposium on Performance & Ecology

Kumasi Biennial Symposium: Community Arts in Focus

July 16th until August 6th 2011 in Ghana The Curio Kiosks project of the first Kumasi Symposium was a successful attempt to bring international contemporary art to the general public in Sub-Sahara Africa, who might not normally come to art galleries and museums. How can the scope of this project be broadened? How can the rural… Continue reading Kumasi Biennial Symposium: Community Arts in Focus

Reading of the play “Sila”

Reposted from: “Sila” is the name of a play written by Chantal Bilodeau. The titel comes from an Inuit word for the breath of life, the primary component of everything that exists. The play is about an ice scientist, an Inuit activist, an officer for the Marine Communications and Traffic Services and a polar… Continue reading Reading of the play “Sila”

‘Pool – Creative City Projects

What does “pool” in “Liverpool” stand for? It is the goal of ‘Pool to explore, reveal and celebrate the origins of the city of Liverpool and in so doing to contemplate and influence the city’s future. Through walks, picnics, celebrations, conferrings and positive documentation, ‘Pool works with communities in Liverpool to raise awareness about the ecology and social… Continue reading ‘Pool – Creative City Projects

4X4 Dance Body And The Environment

18th – 29th April 2010 With Guest Artists: Jennifer Monson, Simon Whitehead and Angus Balbernie 4×4 is an eleven-day event on the theme of dance, body and the environment for dance or movement artists, choreographers and artists working in related art-forms. “Somewhere in the midst of ‘sustainability’ lies an inspiring vision of transformation. As movement… Continue reading 4X4 Dance Body And The Environment