TEH Member News – February/March
There is a lot going on in February and March. Here are some news from our Members…
Bitamine Faktoria / Irun, Spain
TEH Member, Bitamine Faktoria, invites young artists from all over Europe to join the project team of Kontenporanea festival.
Kontenporanea is a contemporary art festival organised by and for the local artistic community. The project started in 2015 in collaboration with the City Council of Irun. It celebrates its fourth anniversary this year and will take place on 17-19 May.
The idea is that artists(between the age of 18 and 30) are responsible for the contents of the festival and its implementation. They do everything themselves from developing an idea to managing the project and communicating it to the wider audience. Each new edition of the festival is organised by a new project team (committee) that consists of several people with different backgrounds (arts, communication, cultural management, etc.). The committee works under the mentoring of the entire Bitamine Faktoria team. It’s a great opportunity for artists to learn more about project management and to get hands-on experience.
For more information about the project, please, contact Carlos Sánchez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please, mind that this opportunity is for artists under 30.
Check out the video of the last year’s edition!
Brunnenpassage / Vienna, Austria
The project “Living Realities. Changing Perceptions” is coming to a close
The Creative Europe cooperation project “Living Realities. Changing Perceptions” of Brunnenpassage with Studio Alta Prague, Impact Hub Athens and Dschungel Vienna is coming to a close, after two intensive and inspiring years.
Check out a preview of the short film about this transnational venture.
The final version will be available next month.
All activities and information are presented on the project’s blog.
“Living Realities. Changing Perceptions” is a sociopolitical, transdisciplinary art project that focuses on the contemporary living realities of people who had to flee their home country.
More information about the project can be found here.
Bakelit Multi Art Center / Budapest, Hungary
Agri+Culture Camp on the shores of Lake Balaton
Physical work is sexy, especially in the countryside and for the sake of art and creativity. Bakelit Multi Art Center is organising an “Agri+Culture Camp” between 23-29 April that offers painting and ceramic courses in exchange for assistance in gardening tasks. They are looking for 14 motivated, nature and art lovers from around the world to give them a hand and share an active and creative springtime at the shores of the beautiful Lake Balaton.
Bakelit Multi Art Center will cover travel costs from Budapest to Balaton and back (travel to and from Hungary is not included) and accommodation at Zánka base (including meals and transportation during the week).
Deadline for applications: 17 March 2019. Mind, that the camp will only take place if there are at least 8 applicants.
To apply, send your application with a short introduction to email@example.com.
In the subject line state: Application Agri-Culture Camp at Balaton.
More information about the Camp can be found here.
Hablarenarte / Madrid, Spain
Call for three production residences
Hablarenarte, in the framework of the programme The New Dictionary of Old Ideas, opens a call for three production residencies with a duration of 3 months each (from June to August 2019). The leading theme of The New Dictionary of Old Ideas is Central Europe. The aim of the project is to work around the topic in light of the current cultural and political situation in Europe. The residencies will result in a touring exhibition to take place in 2020.
This call is aimed at artists who work and live in Spain.
Deadline for sending applications: 14 February 2019.
Read more about the call here.
Le Plus Petit Cirque du Monde / Bagneux, France
Piano sur le fil goes on tour in France and Europe in 2019!
The piano virtuous Bachar Mar Khalifé and six circus artists come together for a unique show mixing music and circus. While Bachar plays his original songs, the six other artists react back with their dance and acrobatic movements. The music and bodies create a magical duo.
16 March, Brussels at Les Halles de Schaerbeek
19 March, Maubeuge at Le Manège
10-11 May, Paris at Philarmonie at Cité de la musique
14-15 May, Vélizy-Villacoublay at L’Onde
More information can be found here.
PPCM is hosting “La Main de la Mer” show on 21-22 February
A powerful and poetic show, a journey throughout the Caribbean memories by dance and circus with 7 performers. In an extreme physical engagement, 4 Caribbean dancers and 3 circus artists make us travel to different ages, from 1640 to 2019.
This show is supported by Interreg EU and was created in the framework of “PACAM” (Passeport Caraïbes Amazonie Danse et Cirque), a project in partnership with Métis’Gwa (Guadeloupe), Touka Danses.
More information about the show can be found here.
Kanepes Kulturas Centrs / Riga, Latvia
Festival Kometa in Riga on 26-28 July
Kometa is a cosmic culture festival, taking place in Daugavgriva fortress, Riga, Latvia. Social, passionate and mythical experience where music, art and people are in harmony with nature. It combines live music from various corners of the Earth and DJ sets with contemporary circus, cinema, workshops, lectures, exhibitions and performances. The festival invites to practice freedom to think, choose, connect, create and participate. It is not just a festival – it’s a ritual of freedom, a comet for travelling the earth and dreaming of a new world.
More information about the festival can be found here.
Brunnenpassage – Zuzana Ernst. Kometa Festival / Kanepes Kulturas Centrs – Liene Jurgelāne.
Piano sur le fil – Photo Club Bagneux. La Main de La Mer © Fées rue d_art.