IUGTE Conference

2 Mar

Type of Opportunity: Open call for proposals

Deadline: Rolling

The conference meeting is highly recommended to performing arts practitioners and researchers from different countries and disciplines who are interested in the practical research of how traditional methods are or can be applied to the contemporary performing arts works! 

Where: Ragnitz, Austria

When: July 26-29, 2021

Deadline for applications: Rolling

Participants of the conference can be: 
performing arts academics, arts educators and teachers, performers of various genres and techniques, theatre directors, dancers and choreographers, arts administrators and producers, musicians, stage designers, costume designers, mask makers, multimedia artists, scriptwriters, playwrights, theatre critics, arts journalists and artists who are interested in sharing, creating and exchanging with like-minded professionals from around the globe! 

The conference offers a unique opportunity: 

– to exchange experience and share ideas in contemporary performing arts education and training, rehearsal processes, performance practices;
– to become familiar with diverse methods and techniques in contemporary performing arts inspired by the world traditional heritage;
– in a short amount of time get an introduction to the most up-to-date performing arts topics, techniques and practices; 
– to meet colleagues from all over the world, establish new contacts and lay the foundation for future networking and collaboration in a multicultural and multilingual artistic environment.

The program includes practical workshops and seminars, performances and works-in-progress, photo and video presentations, interactive lectures, research papers, discussions and more events. 

The conference working language is English.

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