Pre-Rave Ritual Gaming Workshop mit Omsk Social Club
Samstag, 28.10.17
Tanzhaus Media Campus, Zürich


ThalieLab: A new artists residency in Brussels // Call for projects – Deadline: 31 october 2017

From ecological transition to degrowth and the effective use of art
Based on an examination of artisanal practices and new forms of food production, the foundation invites visual artists, curators, designers and chefs to submit a project on the theme of deceleration in our overly consumerist world, that explores concepts for the collaborative economy (recycling, textiles, 3D creation, food…) and has a social impact. The two laureates will receive a production grant up to 10,000 euros depending on the project, workspace and residential accommodation at ThalieLab in Brussels.

Pro Helvetia: Call for applications // Cooperation projects wanted – Deadline: 1 march 2018

With the call « Performing arts cooperation projects in Europe », Pro Helvetia supports Swiss cultural institutions and organisations who want to initiate or intensify sustainable, long-term structural cooperation with other European partners. With the support provided, they are given the opportunity to expand their professional network and to familiarise themselves with local scenes and the working methods of their European peers. Eligible for support are cooperation projects from the following disciplines: theatre, dance, literary and visual art performance, contemporary music theatre, contemporary circus.

Residenza in Ticino
Die Stiftung Eduard Bick ermöglicht Künstler_innen kurz- und langfristige Aufenthalte im Tessin (Gambarogno, Centovalli) zu erschwinglichen Preisen. Von visarte.schweiz empfohlen. Buchungen für 2018 ab sofort.
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Performance Magazine Online: All 66 issues digitised, a new film and five new commissions

Between 1979-1992 Performance Magazine documented an extraordinary period in the development of art in the UK, was instrumental in promoting cross-disciplinary and underground art, and played an important role in triggering the development of Live Art as a terminology and field of creative practice.

Performance Magazine Online will be launched at the British Library on 27 April from 7pm and we would love to see you there, but please hurry to reserve a place as we’re just about sold out.

The online archive will include all 66 editions of the magazine and a new film by Hugo Glendinning and Alex Eisenberg about the magazine’s history and legacy. The website will be added to and enhanced over the coming months with five new commissioned responses to the magazine in the form of performances by Anne Bean, Hester Reeves and Nahum Mantra and writings by Claire MacDoanld and Lynn MacRitchie: so we do encourage you to keep engaging with the site as it develops.