experimental theater

Opportunities: MA in Directing of Devised & Object Theatre (Prague) Deadline – 15.02.2019

MA in Directing of Devised & Object Theatre (Prague) Academic Year 2018/2019 Deadline: 15.02.2019 Online Application: https://www.damu.cz/en/department-branches/department-of-alternative-and-puppet-theatre/ LEARN NEW WAYS TO DO THEATRE, CREATE YOUR OWN WORK & MAKE CONNECTIONS! (deadline to apply: February 15th!) MA Degree in Directing of Devised & Object Theatre is a 2 year English language program at DAMU, Department of Alternative and Puppet Theatre in Prague! COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Master in Directing of Devised and Object Theatre offers advanced studies in the practice of theatre-making with a twofold focus: learning the process of devising a theatre performance from scratch, with a strong emphasis on a visuality of expression. Students will learn to create theatre perform...

In Performance: SOAK festival — a deluge of acts and training in butoh, dance, and performance art

SOAK is a festival presenting a deluge of acts and workshops in theater, butoh, dance, and performance art every spring over four weeks in May and June. SOAK is molded by  LEIMAY at their Brooklyn home CAVE, as well as at some off-site venues. SOAK broadens the perceptions of our artists and audiences with work that is experimental, rigorous, and thought-provoking. The festival showcases finished and in-progress work by international, local and resident artists and blends them together in a concoction  that inspires audiences, fuels the artists, and stimulates the community surrounding LEIMAY’s activities. SOAK features workshops and performances by international butoh dancers Yuko Kaseki and Moeno Wakamatsu, performances by Maximilian Balduzzi, Ben Spatz, Sabrina Lastman, Samita Sinha, LE...

Announcement: Jack Smith: Cologne, 1974 at Exile Ausstellungsraum (Berlin, Germany)

Jack Smith: Cologne, 1974 Exile Ausstellungsraum Alexandrinenstr 4 October 10 – November 1, 2009 [singlepic id=193 w= h= float=left]The exhibition Jack Smith: Cologne, 1974 brings together photographs by Gwenn Thomas and a film by Birgit Hein, both documenting a performance by Jack Smith in the Cologne Zoo as part of Projekt 74 organized by Kunsthalle Köln. Jack Smith (1932-1989), while often under-recognized, is clearly one of the most influential artists of American postwar Art. He was arguably the inventor of an aesthetics which came to be known as ‘camp’ and ‘trash’, using no-budget means of production to create a visual cosmos heavily influenced by popular film and kitsch culture. Without Smith it is hard to imagine independent cinema, experimental theate...