[artinfo] Call for Applications: Change of Scene
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Wed Nov 30 21:28:25 CET 2016
Call for Proposals
Change of Scene - International artistic cooperations for the Performing Arts.
Applications now being accepted!
We are looking for cooperation projects that
address prevailing social themes and change and
manifest them in a joint artistic response.
Change of Scene helps to initiate and develop
international artistic projects that are the
result of direct collaboration between the
cooperating partners. For up to two years,
artists will gain the time and space to meet each
other as well as have opportunity for intensive
exchange. Existing contacts can be deepened
further or built up afresh.
This Call for Proposals is directed at civic and
state theaters as well as independent companies
from the German-speaking realm (Germany, Austria
or Switzerland) who wish to develop a new
artistic project with a partner from North Africa
or Eastern Europe. Change of Scene is open to all
sectors of the performing arts. There should be
one public presentation of the sponsored projects
in both countries, or, at least, in the
German-speaking partner country.
The jury chooses about 10 cooperation projects,
each to receive a subsidy of up to 15.000 Euros.
The jury consists of: Jörg Bochow (Head
Dramaturge, Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg),
Anja Dirks (Artistic Director of the Belluard
Festival, Fribourg), Stefan Schwarz (Program
Director, tanzhaus NRW, Düsseldorf), Branko ·imiç
(Director, Hamburg) and Bettina Sluzalek
(Artistic Associate, Radialsystem V, Berlin).
Applications can be submitted until 15 February
2017 online in German and English. Partners from
North African or Eastern European countries
should submit their application together with a
partner from the German-speaking realm.
For further information, please go to:
www.szenenwechsel.org <http://www.szenenwechsel.org/> <>/en
Zentrum Bundesrepublik Deutschland
CHANGE OF SCENE
Grant program for international partnerships for
the Performing Arts with partners from Eastern
Europe or North Africa. A program of the Robert
Bosch Stiftung in cooperation with the German
Centre of the International Theatre Institute.
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