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Fleetstreet Residency Program
The next application time limit expires on 30 April 2013
Dear collegues, dear friends,
Since 1 January 2011 the Fleetstreet Theatre sets up a residence program for artists groups working across all genres by means of performance arts, visual arts, film and/or music.
The Fleetstreet Residency Program is designed to support young groups which put up productions with reasonable means which are suitable for…Continue
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C32 performingartworkspace and electronicgirls
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MAY 2013: BERLIN OPENS ITS DOORS TO THE WORLD OF PERFORMANCE ART!
The MONTH OF PERFORMANCE ART is a 31 day citywide platform supporting, celebrating and presenting BERLIN’s independent, contemporary and experimental performance art scene.
MPA–B is not a festival; it has neither…
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performance / film
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In collaboration with Berliner Jugend Fabrik and Gallery Knoth+Krüger VDREY presents « Light Of... »,her first photos exhibition in Berlin+Opening night with special art performance by VDREY Feat SCHULTZ. Opening the 16 th February 16h-21h. Free entrance. Exhibtion 16th february-22th February. Free entrance.…Continue
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Immoderate Bodies – Couve-Flor Video Performances
by Couve-Flor collective (Brazil)
December 14, 2012 - January 5, 2013
461 W. 126th Street - New York, NY 10027
(between Amsterdam and Morningside Ave.)
Friday, December 14, 6 - 8 pm
Tuesday - Sunday, 1 - 6 pm, or by…
Added by Cristiane Bouger on December 7, 2012 at 3:41am — No Comments
my performance art movie in progress. using dramatic improv to create this story, its characters and its world. one day i'll be watching a…Continue
Added by Sylvia Toy on November 2, 2012 at 3:09am — No Comments
Opening 31 october, 2012:
The exhibition liquidDocs_02: ÀNGELS MARGARIT_MUDANCES and presentation of the graphic design and publishing process for Bookmagazine liquidDocs_02, a special edition on choreographer Àngels Margarit_Mudances. With a performance…Continue
Added by Nuria Aguilo on October 31, 2012 at 11:13am — No Comments
I am directing a performance of 5 dancers in Nacht van de Nacht in Vlaardingen at October 27 from 20:00 hrs in the Oranjepark in Vlaardingen. I made a piece of four female dancers in white costumes conquer the light pollution (part of Honza Svasek). The female dancers are: Sonia Egner, Ingrun Schnitzler, Clara Burdet and Alice Pons. Music by Michal Osowski. …Continue
Added by John Giskes on October 25, 2012 at 6:17pm — No Comments
that's an easy answer: when she finds her throughline.
very happy to have discovered the inciting incident of my story - which gives my central character a throughline + motivation, and my pivotal character/antagonist a reason to be in the story besides looking like a 21st century samurai pimp.
this particular study needs a lot of technical development, but i have mastered a major hurdle in developing TYFTB (thank you from…Continue
Added by Sylvia Toy on October 24, 2012 at 7:49pm — No Comments
as we all know, art is a lot of hard work. it took me 5 hours to do all the things i needed to shoot short entreactes for my new live-action storyboard TYFTB. there is a character, either fantastical or supernatural TBD, who haunts the hallway in the middle of the night at a mental hospital - the setting of the movie.
i used to be a sculptor. some of my wood figures were so big that i would work on one side all day and i would have to wait…Continue
Added by Sylvia Toy on October 23, 2012 at 10:02am — No Comments
Grace Exhibition Space wants to keep initiating discussions around Performance Art.
The term "Performance Art" has come to mean many different things, with an interpretations and uses as wide and vast as the oceans.
How do you differentiate the vastness of the various Performance Art meanings? It can mean the perfornativity of a Mercedes to the performativity of a pinky . . . .
To us, the meaning is specific to a particular art form that we live and present on a regular…Continue
Added by Grace Exhibition Space on October 12, 2012 at 3:05pm — No Comments
commitment. the word that came to mind when i started watching this Kool: Dancing in My Mind, Robert Wilson's homage to Japanese dancer and choreographer, Suzushi Hanayagi. it also came to mind what the best people who have taught me all said - when you move, move like you mean it and know why you mean it and where you came from.
Added by Sylvia Toy on October 6, 2012 at 9:35am — No Comments
Here is the link to a blog with multiple informations on 'The theater of violent actions presents El Ruído y La Furia' (El Teatro de Acción Violenta presenta El Ruido y la Furia).
This work openly challenge artistic & political representational systems. The 7 performers, mature women without much prior acting experience, manage to fashion an intense & dangerous collective experience. It deals with political violence, communal life, will power & limits…Continue
Added by Javier Montero on October 5, 2012 at 4:30am — No Comments
Added by Sylvia Toy on September 27, 2012 at 1:37am — No Comments
my specialty as a solo theatre artist was mimickry, morphing from one character into another. the first scene i ever did this in took place between a young woman, her mother, her grandmother and her stepfather who were having an argument - and it happened in a kitchen. ever after, i called my multiple character scenes "kitchen scenes." having painted half my kitchen Chroma Green, i am still doing kitchen scenes.
Added by Sylvia Toy on September 17, 2012 at 7:28am — No Comments
i think i am going to have to do a lot of these, most of which will likely be mostly backstory and have to be thrown out. this creature believes the Universe is collapsing and she needs to escape into a black hole. this monologue would occur after she was hospitalized. in this scene, she has been put into a saferoom by herself to settle her down.…Continue
Added by Sylvia Toy on September 16, 2012 at 7:22am — No Comments
CounterPULSE artist in residence, Seth Eisen writes and directs an ensemble of multidisciplinary performers/artists/collaborators in his new Queer history performance project titled Homo File, chronicling the life of Sam Steward, (1909-1993).
Steward was a college professor, a prolific author of homoerotic fiction, an influential tattoo artist, and Queer sexual maverick who lived his last 3 decades in the Bay Area. His artistic development and Queer self-awareness…Continue
Added by Seth Eisen on September 14, 2012 at 2:27am — No Comments