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Kiss-Pál Szabolcs kspal@aramszu.net
Fri, 5 Jul 2002 08:09:01 +0100 (MET DST)

La Centrale - Call for 'Le Mois de la Performance' 
(Montreal; Deadline: ASAP, Source: Instant Coffee)

PERFORMANCE and WOMEN artists around the world :

Please send your performance « instruction » - drawings, pictures,
writings (any language/any style), lists, meticulous detail,
elaborate design... -, a short statement and a CV, as soon as
possible to :

LA CENTRALE / Galerie Powerhouse
Performance recipe
460, Ste-Catherine O., # 506
Montreal QC H3B 1A6
International Artists Fellowships: Live Art 
(Finland; Deadline August 23. Source: Instant Coffee)

Applications are invited for an outstanding opportunity for two live
artists to develop their practice in the context of a three month HIAP
residency at the Cable Factory in Helsinki with additional lecturing work
at the Turku Academy. The residencies will occur between November 2002 -
April 2003.
The deadline for application is 6pm, Friday 23 August 2002. No application
after that date will be considered. Completed applications will be
considered by the Live Art Advisory Panel who will shortlist artists for
selection by HIAP. HIAP and the Turku Academy will advise applicants of
decisions in October 2002.

For further information please contact Nicola Hood, Assistant Visual Arts
Officer on 020 7973 6464 or nicola.hood@artscouncil.org.uk. Guidelines and
application forms can be downloaded from
Call for Contributions 'Bodiescapes' - Performance Research 
(Deadline: July 29, Source: Artsadmin e-Digest)

Performance Research
Vol. 8  No. 2  (Summer 2003)

'Bodiescapes' will be the second issue of Performance Research, Vol.8,
Nos.1-4, 2003  which explores the body and the senses in performance in
four related issues: 'On Voices',  'Bodiescapes'  'On Smell'  and
'Moving Bodies' (tbc). The issue is jointly edited by  Ric Allsopp  -
editor and co-founder of 'Performance Research', Dartington College of
Arts, UK;  and guest editor Peter M. Boenisch  -  Institute for Theatre
Studies, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany.

Deadlines are as follows:

Proposals: July 29th 2002
Draft manuscripts: September 27th, 2002
Finalized material: November 15th, 2002
Publication Date: June 2003.

'Bodiescapes' investigates the body of the performer and of the
spectator  in, around and at performance. The issue will highlight three
central aspects of the body  in performance:

* 'Body Matters' - putting forward a theoretical framework, applying and
weighing up for example deconstructivist, postmodern, semiotic or
phenomenological  approaches;
* 'Body (Re)Members' - focusing practically on the (non-)moving body, on
ideologies of physical theatre training as well as insight from practice
based research;
* 'Body Shapes / Body Escapes?' - opening up the perspective to
historical, contemporary, political and performative case studies on

ALL proposals, submissions and general enquiries should be sent direct
Linden Elmhirst - Administrative Assistant
Performance Research
Dartington College of Arts
Totnes, Devon TQ9 7RD UK
tel. 0044 1803 862095
fax. 0044 1803 866053
email: <performance-research@dartington.ac.uk>
web: http://www.performance-research.net