Call for entries
Deadline: 31 May 2012

Performing Arts for the Future

WE OFFER:
To spend a summer week as a part of 2 Prague theater festvals (Zero Point and Behind the Door) with the legends of perfoming arts and actively participate in their workshops


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1 stipendium for a participant who will be chosen by us – best motivation letter
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Meeting the young generation with authorities of performing arts
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Passing on experience, creation work, and thinking to young artists
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Maintain the fragile continuity in performing arts through a unique poetics of individual artists
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Contacts, creating conditions for future cooperation, both at European level
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Meeting with other artistic genres and different approaches as a prompt for further artistic work
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The participants of the workshops will have an opportunity to present their work at the Forman brother’s boat Tajemství last day of the festival

WE REQUIRE:

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motivation letter
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curriculum vitae

Program of workshops:

Master Class: Matěj Matějka (July 14 – 17 + July 19 – 22)

Group 1: Sabine Seume, Ferenc Fehar , Bartlomiej Ostapczuk , (July 17 – 22)

Group 2: Réka Szabó, Tantehorse – Radim Vizváry, Juschka Weigel(July 17 – 22)

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When: July 14 or 17 – July 22, 2012

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Where: Prague, Czech Republic

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Fees:

€150,- / weekly attendance at 1 of 3 workshop groups + free entry to all performances

€220,- / weekly attendance at 1 of 3 workshop groups + free entry to all performances + accommodation in Prague

special sale for the students of our artistic partner schools

Deadline registration: May 31, 2012

Registration and more info: nultybod@gmail.com

Websites: www. nultybod.cz

The educative program Performing Arts for the Future is a project of 7 workshops for young artists and students from all over Europe. The inspiring idea is to create conditions for meeting emerging artists with legends of new theater. All participants of the workshops have free entry for the festival productions and they form the core of the festival. Participants are actively involved into the festival events and build contacts for future cooperation. Last year, they managed to arrange a very close cooperation between them and the Hungarian group: The Bladder Circus Company.

This year these great artists as workshop leaders were invited. Matěj Matějka from The Grotowski Institute in Wroclaw, German dancer Juschka Weigel and butoh performer Sabine Seume who studied under the direction of Pina Bausch. Bartlomiej Ostapczuk, a representant of the Polish Mime Centrum in Warsaw, Ferenc Fehér and Réka Szabo from Hungary. After an excellent experience and great satisfaction of the participants from previous years, Radim Vizváry from Tantehorse will also be a leader of one of the workshops.

Last day of the festival, the participants will have an opportunity to present their work at the Forman brother’s boat Tajemství.


Spitfire Company – physical and visual theatre
International Theatre Festival Zero Point
Performing Arts for the Future

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