TEH News Bulletin – March/April

Good news around Europe…

Stanica / Truc spherique, Zilina, Slovakia


TEH member is looking for EVS volunteers
Stanica / Truc sphérique is looking for EVS volunteers, who like their freedom and independence but, also can live with politically incorrect humour, for their bike workshop, performance and exhibition space. Read more about EVS in Stanica:

Volunteers can apply by sending a motivation letter and CV to nienke@stanica.sk.


PLUM YARD, Malovice, Czech Republic


Call for participants for the international theatre summer project
International independent theatre group, Continuo Theatrer settled in Plum Yard, Malovice, Czech Republic is looking for participants to join them in their theatre project between 16 July and 19 August 2018.  The basic philosophy of the project is to facilitate a creative and international meeting of theatremakers with different approaches. The group of participants will live and work together for one month both in the Plum Yard and in a non-theatrical location nearby, chosen for the site-specific. This place will be genius loci and inspiration for creative workshops of movement, voice, visual arts and music, and for the resulting performance. The workshop will flow into the creative process aiming to the performance, which will take place in a non-theatrical venue. Performances will take place from 8 to 15 August.

Deadline: 6 May 2018.
More information and application: www.continuo.cz/en/summer-project-2017-call/


HABLARENARTE, MADRID, SPAIN


Open call for professionals working in the fields of visual and performing arts
TEH Asssociate Hablarenarte, Madrid, Spain has recently launched its research residency programme taking place in domestic spaces that delivers new ways of doing and relating to each other by sharing our day-to-day life. They offer six residencies in Madrid between 30 May and 13 June 2018. With the residency programme, they seek to create effective and affective ties between artists, curators, researchers and other cultural agents, transforming our homes into places of encounter that enable new practices of shared intimacy. Two-week residency aims to generate

  • Exchange and mobility,
  • Professional networks and international collaborations,
  • Transfer of knowledge and reflection, through public presentations of the guests’ body of work.

Deadline: 21 March 2018
More information and application: www.hablarenarte.com/convocatorias/convocatoria/sweethome/


Mottattom, Geneva, Switzerland


ProjetM @ MottattoM
The art gallery ProjetM is a project of  TEH member MottattoM, a federation of artists and artisans. Since it began, MottattoM has been a self-governing art factory promoting artists of all fields, artisans, art lovers, and students. Carmen Bayenet, Laurianne Monnier and Uta Richter, three members of the collective of women artistes at MottattoM (FAMO) founded the gallery ProjetM in order to offer visual artists the possibility to show their work in a non-commercial context. ProjetM allows artists not only to show their work during one month in natural light under the glass roof of the former factory, but also to benefit from MottattoM’s open spaces for performances, projections, lectures etc., though they have a possibility to present any manner of artistic ideas or approaches. ProjetM gives full discretion to its artists. Please contact Carmen, Laurianne and Uta for more information and/or application: MottattoMik@gmail.com


Spielboden, Dornbirn

Hosted 2nd HUMAN VISION film festival
The 2nd HUMAN VISION film festival took place between 6 and 10 March 2018  at Spielboden. The festival was about human rights, politics and society. In addition to the nine current and festival-winning feature and documentary films, the 2nd HUMAN VISION film festival had an exciting supporting program. During the festival, the exhibitions “Roma in Bewegung” and „armuts*zeugnis” were hosted and explored in the Spielboden foyer. The films were followed by podium discussions, Q&As and film talks with invited experts and directors. The HUMAN VISION film festival is intended to portray the world and its society as one common entity. For this, films are shown that process the historical, show facts, create visions and, at the same time, act with a view to the past. It is important to look up and take a step in the right direction. More information: fb.me/humanvisionfilmfestival


 A4 – Space for Contemporary Culture, Bratislava, Slovakia


A4 joins Re-Imagine Europe Project
A4 Space for Contemporary Culture based in Bratislava, Slovakia, became a part of the project Re-Imagine Europe (REI) – a network connecting european festivals, cultural institutions and multi-genre events into a collaborative web open for exchanges between artists and visitors. Ten different cultural organizations from across Europe (Sonic Acts (NL), Paradiso (NL), Elevate Festival (AT), Lighthouse (UK), Ina GRM (FR), Student Centre Zagreb / Izlog Festival (HR), Landmark / Bergen Kunsthall (NO), SPEKTRUM (DE) and Ràdio Web MACBA (ES) and A4 (SK)) were joined through the REI project and therefore enabled to offer a diverse and international program for their visitors, listeners and viewers. Motivated by the movement of people and collaborations, A4 also captures events and people involved to bring a meaningful and exciting video content to its visitors. Educational part of the A4 initiatives are also various learning and hands-on workshops for kids and also adults that we are hosting. They are currently dealing with contemporary art, experimental music or programming and will be continuing on, extending their themes even further. You can read more about Re-Imagine Europe Project here.


Good night and good luck!

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