FESTIVAL PRISMA offers and open call for volunteers to help during the 3rd edition of the Festival to be held Oct 21-27,2014 in Panamá City , Panama
A free week of performances and workshops for volunteers
During the 3rd edition of the festival, the volunteers will have the opportunity to engage in various tasks. Each of the volunteers shall be assigned specific responsibilities to help with one of the following areas:
- Helping Festival Production
- Hosting during performances
- Translator English / French / Spanish / Japanese / Portuguese
- Assisting the artists
In exchange we are offering:
- an official certificate confirming your volunteering at Festival Prisma
- possibility to attend without cost the performances included in the program of the festival
- possibility of participating in all master classes (pending approval based on dance bio)
- possibility to participate in week-long workshop taught by Spellbound and final performance (pending approval based on dance bio)
- Invitation to parallel events of the festival
If you are interested, please email
We can suggest a list of hostels / hotels during your stay.
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Join us for the next Choreographic Coding Lab alongside retune conference on September 22nd - 26th. Thanks to support by HZT Berlin we can invite you to apply for coming to Uferstudios in Berlin to meet with other movement hackers and practitioners to discuss and work on projects, ideas and challenges in a peer-to-peer setting.
The week will be enriched by lightning talks by members of the Motion Bank research team and network aimed to inspire and provoke participants with new perspectives and experiences. There is no fee for participation, but applicants are asked to propose starting points and ideas. The space and basic equipment will be provided. Collaborative teams involving choreographers/dancers interested in the Motion Bank research approach are very much encouraged to apply.
The Beinghuman International Residency provides an opportunity for 6 inter-disciplinary artists to explore collaborative, art practice & develop new work under the leadership of a curator / lead artist. This 21-day residency in the Beinghuman Warehouse in Somerset, is non-prescriptive & process-based, allowing artists time & space to experiment with new ideas, methods & processes. Through dialogue & engagement, participants research & create inter-disciplinary work & explore the power of art for social change. The residency culminates in a Somerset event & an event at the Beinghuman warehouse in East London, Featuring performance, exhibition, screening, workshops or talks this residency offers an opportunity for local audiences to examine international work & engage directly with the artists.
Beinghuman is the company of itinerant nomad & inter disciplinary artist Gaynor O’Flynn & home to The Beinghuman Collective, artists & creatives who believe in the power of art for social change. Beinghuman works internationally with world-class art, music, media, music & festival partners including: BBC, British Council, Channel 4, Glastonbury Festival, The International Performance Festival, UKTI, Bjork, New Order, David Nash, Richard Long & Martin Creed.
Beinghuman Ltd & Humanbeing CiC - subsidizes the residencies. Artists contribute £750 for exclusive use of the Somerset Warehouse. Located 15 minutes from Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Bath, Bristol, Glastonbury & Stonehenge the warehouse is 600 sq. m. or urban loft space in the heart of SW England. Artists are responsible for their travel, food, insurance & materials. Artists exhibit in the Beinghuman Warehouse in East London, the cultural heartland of Britain. Beinghuman supports Fair Trade For Artists & provides guidance to create a sustainable business model for artist’s practice & a platform for both local & international media exposure.
Location: Beinghuman Warehouse, Somerset - 16.10.14 – 03.11.14
Beinghuman Warehouse, London Showing - 06.11.14
Duration: 21 days artist's residency
Curator: Jeannette Ginslov – (Denmark/South African)
Theme: Interdisciplinary Media & Art Practice
Ginslov is a specialist in dance on film for Screen, AR and the internet. She is an independent interdisciplinary collaborator, researcher, producer & workshop facilitator with an MSc Media Arts & Imaging - Screendance, University of Dundee, Scotland (Distinction) & an MA Speech & Drama (Choreography) from Rhodes University South Africa. Her works have been screened at the BBC Big Screens Outdoors, Danish Film Institute, Edinburgh Festival, British Film Institute, Lincoln Centre New York & Red Cat Theatre Los Angeles.
Recent works - www.jeannetteginslov.weebly.com
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