open call for Italian, Central-European and Balkan projects of theatre, music, dance and multidisciplinary/circus, examined by a group of curators (curatores) under 30, appointed by Mittelfest in cooperation with Associazione culturale Arearea, Associazione culturale Circo all’incirca, Associazione culturale Quarantasettezeroquattro, Civica Accademia d’Arte Drammatica Nico Pepe, Conservatorio Statale di Musica Giuseppe Tartini in Trieste, Conservatorio Statale di Musica Jacopo Tomadini in Udine, Fondazione Luigi Bon, University of Trieste and, in addition, Associazione giovanile Robida, Collettivo i cinque soli, Convitto Nazionale Paolo Diacono, Scuola di Danza Erica Bront.
For its fifth edition, hungry eyes festival is once again looking for artistic works that situate themselves at the intersection of film, performance and installation art and question film in an interdisciplinary way. This year, hungry eyes festival will again take place in the urban exhibition space KiZ (Kultur im Zentrum) and pose the question of how cinematic works can relate to, as well as challenge that space. A program consisting of several short film series, performative and installation works will explore what constitutes the medium film and how cinematographic elements and working methods can be translated into other media. What can cinematic work mean in the context of installation art and performances if it does not only mean the playing of audiovisual clips? To what extent can also a short film address its own form and play with performative elements? By which means does film become a field of experimentation that expands its own concept and practice in an interdisciplinary approach?
De Structura is looking for young (ages 21-30) artists, art professionals, designers and culture workers operating within the fields of visual and performing arts, who have at least some existing experience in arts/culture and a passion for improving Europe’s art sector. You are welcome to apply now and until 28.02 by following the instructions in the application form.
For 2022 -2023 The Performance Project @ University Settlement is calling for dynamic artists who are ready to engage, connect, and co-create with our communities. Our model continues to move towards greater community engagement centering community voice in curation, production, and decision making. We want to work with artists who prioritize casting and integrating members of our programs into both their creative process and when possible their productions.
Mitu’s Hybrid Arts Lab supports trans, non-binary, and women artists working at the intersection of performance and technology. With a focus on early career BIPOC artists, this program offers creation and exhibition space, technical resources, training, and mentorship to a small cohort for the exploration, development, and expansion of their practice and a new artwork. The lab culminates in a series of in-process showings that invites our community into a conversation about process and innovation.