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Opportunities: Publish your 2012/2013 work in the Contemporary Performance Almanac

Be a part of the Contemporary Performance Almanac 2013, a compendium of contemporary performance presented during the 2012/2013 season available for touring now. The book will be published in January and mailed to international presenters who are looking to invite touring work. So often presenters do not have access to the work of artists that are outside the touring circuit. Contemporary Performance sees a need to give access to both artists and presenters to find each other and start new working relationships. The book will be a perfect bound 6″ x 9″ paperback book with each artist receiving a full page BW image and a full page listing.

We have over 250 artists from 74 countries participating! The book project is crowd-funded and open-source, each artist/company pays US$50 to help publish the book and send them to presenters and festivals. We will accept artists to the book until Oct 15th.

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mockup_white Once you have paid we will send you a link and password to the submission form on Monday September 30, 2013 using the email you supply in your paypal payment. You then have until Oct 31, 2013 to fill out your entry submission and upload an image and image rights release. We will spend November in the offices copy editing and laying out the book and send it off to the publishers in December for a January release.

Here is a list of festivals to which we will send the book (There are 100 now and we will add up to 200)

  1. Alkantara Festival (Portugal)
  2. Baltic Circle Festival (Helsinki, Finland)
  3. Belluard Bollwerk International (Fribourg, Switzerland)
  4. Bergen International Festival (Bergen, Norway)
  5. Costa Contemporánea (Parque Natural Cabo de Gata – Almería, Spain)
  6. Crossing the Line FI:AF (NYC, USA)
  7. Culturescapes (Switzerland)
  8. De (internatonale) Keuze (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
  9. Donau Festival (Krems, Austria)
  10. Dublin Dance Festival (Dublin, Ireland)
  11. Escrita na Paisagem (Portugal)
  12. Facyl Festival International Arts Festival of Castilla y León (Salamanca, Spain)
  13. Fast – Terni International Festival of Contemporary Arts(Terni, Italy)
  14. Festival CreArt (Tarragona, Spain)
  15. Festival d’Automne a Paris (Paris, France)
  16. Festival d’Avigon (Avignon, France)
  17. Festival de Liège (Liège – Belgium)
  18. Festival Internacional de Teatro Santiago a Mil (Santiago, Chile)
  19. Festival SPECTRUM XXI (Europe)
  20. Festival Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan)
  21. Festival TransAmériques (Montréal, Canada)
  22. Festival VEO (València, Spain)
  23. Festival WhyNot ! (Amsterdam, Holland)
  24. Festival Y (Covilha, Portugal)
  25. Filament – EMPAC (Troy, NY)
  26. Fusebox Festival (Austin, USA)
  27. Helsinki Festival (Helsinki, Finland)
  28. Holland Festival (Amsterdam, Holland)
  29. Inteatro Polverigi Festival (Polverigi, Italy)
  30. Kunsten Festival des Arts (Brussels, Belgium)
  31. La Bâtie-Festival de Genève (Geneva, Switzerland)
  32. Les Festival EXIT (Paris, France)
  33. LES GRANDES TRAVERSÉES (Bordeaux, France)
  34. LIFT (London, England)
  35. Mass Live Arts (Massachusetts, USA)
  36. Melbourne International Arts Festival (Melbourne, Australia)
  37. Movement Research Festival (NYC, USA)
  38. Movi | mentale (Naples, Italy)
  39. Napoli Teatro Festival Italia (Napoli, Italy)
  40. New Territories (Scotland)
  41. Next Festival (Kortrijk, Belgium)
  42. On The Boards (Seattle, Washington)
  43. Open Art (Beijing, China)
  44. Open Dans (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
  45. Perfect Performance (Stockholm, Sweden)
  46. Performa (NYC, USA)
  47. Philadelphia Live Arts Festival (Philadelphia, PA – USA)
  48. Plataforma (Berlin, Germany)
  49. Risk X Reward (New York, USA)
  50. Romaeuropa (Rome, Italy)
  51. Side Step Festival (Helsinki, Finland)
  52. Sommerszene (Salzburg, Austria)
  53. SpielArt Festival (Munich, Germany)
  54. Steirischer Herbst (Graz, Austria)
  55. The ACT Festival (Bilbao, Spain)
  56. The Rhubarb Festival (Toronto, Canada)
  57. The Via Festival (Maubeuge, France)
  58. Time-Based Art Festival (Portland, Oregon)
  59. Tokyo Performing Arts Market (Tokyo, Japan)
  60. TUPP (Uppsala, Sweden)
  62. Uovo Festival (Milan, Italy)
  63. Wunder der Prärie (Mannheim, Germany)
  64. Zürcher Theater Spektakel (Zurich, Switzerland)
  65. Abrons Arts Center (New York, USA)
  66. Art Center of Action and Participatory The Ovella Vermella ( Tarragona, Spain)
  67. Ausform (Bristol,UK)
  68. Axis Arts Centre (Crewe, UK)
  69. BAM – Brooklyn Academy of Music (Brooklyn, USA) (Edit)
  70. Bit Teatergarasjen (Bergen, Norway) (Edit)
  71. Black Box Teater (Oslo, Norway) (Edit)
  72. Brut Wien (Vienna, Austria) (Edit)
  73. Buda Kortrijk (Kortrijk, Belgium) (Edit)
  74. Chocolate Factory (LIC, New York, USA) (Edit)
  75. CPR – Center for Performance Research (Brooklyn, USA) (Edit)
  76. Creteil | Maison des Arts (Paris, France) (Edit)
  77. CSS Teatro stabile di innovazione del Friuli Venezia Giulia (Udine, Italy) (Edit)
  78. Dampfzentrale (Bern, Switzerland) (Edit)
  79. deSingel (Antwerp, Belgium) (Edit)
  80. Die Kaserne (Basel, Switzerland) (Edit)
  81. DiverseWorks (Houston, TX) (Edit)
  82. Emilia Romagna Teatro (Modena, Italy) (Edit)
  83. EMPAC (Troy, NY – USA) (Edit)
  84. Entré Scenen (Århus, Denmark) (Edit)
  85. Gallery 12 Hub (Belgrade, Serbia) (Edit)
  86. Hebbel Am Ufer (Berlin, Germany) (Edit)
  87. Hellerau (Dresden, Germany) (Edit)
  88. HERE (NYC, USA) (Edit)
  89. Highways Performance (Santa Monica, USA) (Edit)
  90. ICA (Boston, USA) (Edit)
  91. Kaii Theater (Brussels, Belgium) (Edit)
  92. Kampnagel (Hamburg, Germany) (Edit)
  93. Künstlerhaus Mousonturm (Frankfurt, Germany) (Edit)
  94. Le – Maillion (Strasbourg, France) (Edit)
  95. PAF (St. Erme Outre et Ramecourt, France) (Edit)
  96. Performance Space 122 (NYC, USA)
  97. Pieter (performance art space DANCE) (Los Angeles, CA) (Edit)
  98. Project Arts Centre (Dublin, Ireland) (Edit)
  99. REDCAT (LA, USA) (Edit)
  100. Rotterdamse Schouwburg (Rotterdam, Netherlands) (Edit)

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Caden Manson is a director, media artist, and teacher. He is co-founder of the media ensemble and network, blog, and publisher, He has co-created, directed, video- and set designed 18 Big Art Group productions. Manson has shown video installations in Austria, Germany, NYC, and Portland; performed PAIN KILLER in Berlin, Singapore and Vietnam; Taught in Berlin, Rome, Paris, Montreal, NYC, and Bern; the ensemble has been co-produced by the Vienna Festival, Festival d’Automne a Paris, Hebbel Am Ufer, Rome’s La Vie de Festival, PS122, and Wexner Center for The Arts. Caden is a 2001 Foundation For Contemporary Art Fellow, is a 2002 Pew Fellow and a 2011 MacDowell Fellow. Writing has been published in PAJ, Theater Magazine, and Theater der Zeit. Caden is currently an associate professor and graduate directing option coordinator of The John Wells Directing Program at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Drama.

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