Call for participation in Make A Move – Galway Lab

Call for participation in Make A Move – Galway Lab

Call for participation in “MAKE A MOVE” – Galway Lab:
Deadline: 22nd March 2019

An Art incubator for contemporary European non-institutionalised and independent theatre

Posted on 4th March 2019

CALLING ALL IRISH AND BRITISH PHYSICAL THEATRE MAKERS!

This call is to participate in the Galway Lab of the ‘Make a Move’ project, from April 27th – May 3rd 2019, in Galway city & county (Inis Oirr).

The call is aimed at all independent theatre makers, be it individual artists or member of collectives (companies), from Ireland and the UK, working in the field of contemporary movement-based theatre practices (such as physical theatre, mime, improvisational theatre and other forms with a strong relation to the body and movement).

Up to 10 artists from Ireland & the UK will be selected through this call, and these artists will join a core group of 10 international artists for the Galway Lab. The Galway Lab will focus on digital practices and skills, and will cover such areas as:

 

  • digital marketing and documentation strategies for independent artists and collectives
  • digital strategies for audience development
  • using digital tools to network and create with international partners exploring different digital technologies and how they could be applied in
  • movement-based practice: e.g. virtual reality and 360 video, sensor technologies, and digital projection
  • presentation of scratch works-in-progress as part of the Galway Theatre Festival 2019

The Galway Lab will also allow for exchanges of practice and skills between local, regional, national and international participants. Participants will also explore possibilities to develop international cooperation projects.

The overall ‘Make a Move’ project objective is to contribute to the revitalization of European theatre by mobilizing the unutilized creative and innovative potential of non-institutionalised and independent theatre practices, such as physical theatre, corporeal mime and improvisational theatre.

The strategy to achieve this is to develop and test an innovative incubating environment in which non-institutionalised and independent theatre practitioners will have the opportunity to develop their artistic and professional skills, and grow their production proposals through co-creation processes in collaboration with international and local artists.

The project will cover the travel, accommodation and subsistence costs of the successful applicants to this call.

Eligibility Criteria

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Artists from the field of movement-based theatre practices and/or with a strong relation to the body and movement in their artistic practice

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Artists who are Irish or UK residents, working freelance and/or in collectives (companies), based/registered in Ireland or the UK

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Collectives (companies) with eligibility for funding in their country of residence is a requirement

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Very good written and spoken English skills

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Applicants should be over 21 years old

Overall criteria

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An interest in being a part of transnational collaboration and co-creation process

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An interest in building capacities in the areas of cultural business and audience development

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A commitment to networking and further developing international cooperation projects

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An interest in working with international artists to share, create and potentially show work within the context of the European Capitals of Culture 2020 (Rijeka and Galway)

Opportunities

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Working in an international context

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Improving professional skills

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Peer learning, education and training

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Improving career opportunities to work internationally

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Accessing new markets, creating network possibilities, building partnerships and contacts

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Reaching new and wider audiences

Programme and Calendar

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This call relates to the ‘Digital Practices’ Lab, which will be held in Galway, Ireland.

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The lab will take place in Galway city and county.

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Artists from this call are invited to attend the Lab from April 27th – May 3rd 2019. These dates exclude travel dates. Please note we will be traveling to Inis Oirr (Galway County) on April 26th, traveling back to Galway City on May 2nd, and working in Galway City on May 3rd).

Terms and Conditions

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All expenses will be covered, including travel, accommodation and subsistence (meals provided or per diem).

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During each Lab, an artist will have the opportunity to collaborate and co-create with nineteen (19) other artists. (10 international artists and 9 other artists from Ireland / UK). The lab will be co-facilitated by Project Artistic Director Ivana Peranic and GTF Project Manager Máiréad Ní Chróinín.

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At each Lab the co-creation activity will culminate in a work-in-progress showings. These will be public events held in different locations in each Art Incubator city, in which participating Make a Move artists will stage performances and interact with the local audience to receive feedback on the work that the artists will be developing in the Labs. As part of the Galway Lab, there will be two work-in-progress showings, first one will take place on Inis Oirr, and the second one will take place in Galway, as part of Galway Theatre Festival.

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Art Incubator participants will be supported in identifying and elaborating new cooperation project ideas.

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Artists will be expected to collaborate in the ‘action research’ element of the project: The ‘Make a Move’ project includes an academic research component that will document and analyse the labs as a model and methodology. Researchers from EU academic institutions (project partners) will be attending each lab as observers and will develop their research in close collaboration and consultation with the artists, through questionnaires and focus groups.

Application process

Please apply by filling in the online application form that includes your personal details, short biography, motivation letter, CV(s), reference(s) and links to examples of your work.

The deadline for applications is 12am (midnight) on March 22nd, 2019.

Selection process

An interim decision will be made based on artistic quality, potentially including follow up interview via Skype.

The applicants will be informed about the final results, including waiting list by March 29th, 2019.

During March-April 2019, the selected Artists will be contracted by the project.

Apply here:

Application documentation:

For more information email us on makeamovegtf@gmail.com (Subject: MAM Call Inquiry)

About the Art Incubator

The pilot execution of the Art Incubator will take place in three consecutive sessions in Galway (Ireland), Rijeka (Croatia) and Târgu-Mureș (Romania) during the course of 2019. The duration of each Art Incubator session/ Labs will be 10 days. The envisaged number of participants is 10 full-time artists that will be selected through a public call. Participants can either be individual independent theatre makers or members of the collective (company) selected to participate. For each session, another 10 participants will be selected, as auditing participants, from the local/regional non-institutionalised and independent theatre community.

Each Lab foresees a co-creation laboratory to enable immediate implementation of newly acquired skills, while benefiting from the interaction and networking with peers, mentors, international audiences and representatives of the respective European Capitals of Culture.

Each Lab will be conducted under a specific topic that is linked both with the curriculum, the specific location and the agenda of each European Culture Capital, illustrating a key element of the non-institutionalised and independent theatre agenda and identity.

Make a Move Art Incubator Galway – Digital Practices

The first session of the Art Incubator will focus on digital practices, both from a business point of view and an artistic point of view.  The artistic element of the curriculum in Galway will introduce participants to artists who create work using digital technologies – for example, sensor-based interactions, mixed-reality experiences and virtual reality experiences.  Through practical workshops with these artists the practitioners will have the opportunity to experiment with these technologies to understand how they can be incorporated artistically into their own work.  This aspect of the curriculum will again draw on the artistic connections established through the Galway 2020’s ‘Windows on the World’ programme, a programme of work specifically oriented towards the creation of artistic work using digital technologies.

The business element of the curriculum in Galway will draw on Galway 2020’s aim to become the first ‘Virtual European Capital of Culture’, and will include workshops and talks with the Galway-based theatre artists and digital media experts on the process of incorporating a digital outreach element in their work.  For example, participants will examine practices such as the ‘live streaming’ of theatre performances, and the creation of cross-media platforms that support the creation and dissemination of live performance work. It is also our intention that participants will learn tools and practices that will enable them to incorporate a digital element into the design and dissemination of their own work during the ‘Make a Move’ project, which will also feed into the overall project communication and dissemination activities.

During the Galway session, the participating artists will begin the process of identifying project ideas for follow-up cooperation projects after the conclusion of the Make a Move project.  Idea identification, formulation and conservation will be conducted in the context of a series of three workshops – to take place at each Art Incubator session throughout the year 2019 – on project development and project fundraising. Throughout the series, the participants will learn about the topic of cultural funding policies in EU countries, challenges that non-institutional and independent theatre practitioners face in the frame of these policies and identifying ways how to manage those challenges. Recognised experts in the field will lead the workshops.

Make a Move Art Incubator Rijeka – Site-specific theatre and audience outreach

The second session of the Art Incubator will focus on the topic of site-specific theatre and progressive audience outreach practices in theatre, specifically on the topic of public space and urban locations as places for artistic exploration, work and interaction with the audiences. Within artistic elements of the curriculum in Rijeka, public spaces will be explored as site-specific theatre locations, places for artistic interventions, installations, community art works and other possible forms of contemporary theatre and performing arts practices. In collaboration with an expert historian of Rijeka who will lead a study visit of several Rijeka’s locations, and in partnership with cultural experts on audience development, artists will be developing their projects inside the frame of specific locations in Rijeka that have a strong meaning for the community either past, present and/or future. This topic of public space(s) is related to Rijeka 2020 programme that encourages progressive audience development practices by proposing a vision where ”urban areas become spaces where artistic projects are created in collaboration with the local community”. During the Rijeka session, the participating artists will continue the process of new project idea identification, formulation and development initiated at the first fundraising workshop during the Art Incubator session in Galway.

Make a Move Art Incubator Targu – Mures: InsideOut – Positioning non-institutionalised theatre practices in a critical journalistic and business context

The third session of the Art Incubator is dedicated to the topics of communication, business and fundraising skills. Many times artists find it difficult to talk about their work, which sometimes results in interviews or performance presentations filled with platitudes. Considering this, it may be difficult for theatre artists and collectives (companies) to promote their work, to gain finances and further to market the performance for the audience. Therefore this Art Incubator session is dedicated to presenting a multi-perspective approach to talking about the artistic product, considering ways of ‘translating’ the artistic universe into words, using tools from the areas of theatre criticism, journalism and/or aesthetics. At the same time product ‘storytelling’ will be considered from the point of view of many different audiences and assessed from the business and management perspective, accompanied with tips and tricks from cultural management professionals.  The Art Incubator session in Targu-Mures will conclude the process of developing the first set of joint follow-up cooperation proposals coming out of the Art Incubator participants projects. The goal is to finish the development of at least 5 cooperation projects, arriving at the stage of having a clearly defined project idea coupled with a business plan for the project idea execution, including potential funding opportunities.

Announcement of the Barcelona Meeting

Announcement of the Barcelona Meeting

We are proud to announce the Barcelona Meeting that is going to be held in Sitges, Spain at the Institute of the Arts Barcelona.

This is an opportunity for academic and professional exchange between the project partners, associate partners, and collaborators, as well as with external stakeholders from the local, national and international context.

Barcelona Meeting is a three-day event hosted by IAB (Institute of Arts Barcelona) and divided in the following way:

1. Day One – Symposium with the delivery of the results

The Symposium will present the results of Target Group Need Identification research.
The purpose of the target group needs identification and elaboration is to inform the capacity building exercises envisaged for execution during the Galway, Rijeka, and Targu-Mures labs and to centre on the topics: (1) Artistic Excellence in the field of non-institutionalised and Independent Theatre Practice; (2) Business Model (3) Audience Development.

2. Day Two – Roundtable in the plenum with the discussion of the data delivered in the symposium and discussion of forthcoming strategies

Specific roundtables will be delivered on the topics: Artistic excellence in the field of Non-institutionalised and Independent Theatre Practice; Business Model; Audience Development. The roundtables aim at creating an open and democratic discussion on the target group needs identified in the research and at supporting the development of the co-creation of the lab curricula for the three Art Incubator pilot sessions that will be held in Galway, Rijeka and Targu Mures.

3. Day Three – Organizational meeting about the practical finalization of the strategies and the curricula/programmes to be delivered in Rijeka, Targu- Mures, and Galway

The goal of the third part of the meeting is to practically finalize the forthcoming activities, in terms of academic level, methodologies/strategies, business model, participants, timeframes.

 

Read more about the details of the Barcelona Meeting, schedule, guests and Target Group Needs Identification Report here!

Call for participation in “Make a Move” Project 2019

Call for participation in “Make a Move” Project 2019

Call for participation in “MAKE A MOVE” project 2019:
Deadline 30th December 2018

An Art incubator for contemporary European non-institutionalised and independent theatre

Posted on 30th November 2018

The incubator is aimed for all independent theatre makers, be it individual artists or collectives (companies), in the field of contemporary movement-based theatre practices (such as physical theatre, mime, improvisational theatre and other forms with a strong relation to the body and movement). We are using the terms “non-institutionalised” or “independent” theatre to refer to practices that take place outside and beyond established institutions or repertory theatres. However, we are aware that this realm of theatre can only be adequately understood and precisely named in the context of each individual European country or region.

The ‘Make a Move’ project objective is to contribute to the revitalization of European theatre by mobilizing the unutilized creative and innovative potential of non-institutionalised and independent theatre practices, such as physical theatre, corporeal mime and improvisational theatre.

 The strategy to achieve this is to develop and test an innovative incubating environment in which non-institutionalised and independent theatre practitioners will have the opportunity to develop their artistic and professional skills and grow their production proposals from the stage of creative ideas to different stages of production and promotion. The project will identify at least 5 new cooperation opportunities and initiate applications to sources of funding.

Eligibility Criteria

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Mid-career theatre makers with at least 10 years of professional work, be it individual artists, collectives or companies

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Artists from the field of movement-based theatre practices and/or with a strong relation to the body and movement in their artistic practice

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Artists who are European residents, working freelance and/or in collectives (companies), based/registered in Europe

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Collectives (companies) with eligibility for funding in their country of residence is a requirement

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Very good written and spoken English skills

Overall criteria

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An interest in being a part of transnational collaboration and co-creation process

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An interest in building capacities in the areas of cultural business and audience development

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A commitment to networking and further developing international cooperation projects

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A commitment to bringing artistic questions, interests or concerns and developing them further inside of the incubator

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An interest in sharing and showing work within the context of the European Capitals of Culture 2020 (Rijeka and Galway)

Opportunities

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Working in an international context

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Improving professional skills

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Peer learning, education and training

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Improving career opportunities to work internationally

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Accessing new markets, creating network possibilities, building partnerships and contacts

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Reaching new and wider audiences

Programme and Calendar

There will be three thematically defined Labs as part of the whole Incubator in three cities

25/04/2019 – 04/05/2019

Galway, Ireland

Digital Practices

10/09/2019 – 19/09/2019

Rijeka, Croatia

Site-specific theatre and audience outreach

09/12/2019 – 18/12/2019

Targu – Mures, Romania

Inside Out – Positioning non-institutionalised theatre practices in a critical journalistic and business context

The dates exclude traveling days.

Terms and Conditions

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The artist or collective will be paid 4.320,00 Euros for participating in all the three Labs.

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All expenses are paid including travel, accommodation and subsistence (or per diem).

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If an individual artist applies, they must attend all the three Labs of the incubator during 2019, in Galway (Ireland), Rijeka (Croatia) and Targu-Mures (Romania).

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If a collective of artists or a company applies, they have an option sending only one artist per Lab (2-3 artists in total for the whole Incubator).

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During each Lab, an artist will have the opportunity to collaborate and co-create with nine (9) other artists in residence and occasionally with some local or regional artists.

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At each Lab the co-creation activity will culminate in a work-in-progress showings. These will be public events held in different locations in each Art Incubator city, in which participating Make a Move artists will stage performances and interact with the local audience to receive feedback on the work that the artists will be developing in the Labs.

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Art Incubator participants will blog about their experience and the artists’ blogs will be available on the project website.  The blogs will be part of a reflective process that will allow other external artists and cultural managers to understand the evolution of the artists’ practices through the Labs and the co-creation laboratories, and will include photos, videos, etc.

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Art Incubator participants will be supported in identifying and elaborating new cooperation project ideas.

Application process

Please apply by filling in the online application form that includes your personal details, short biography, motivation letter, CV(s), reference(s) and links to examples of your work.

Please make sure you are filling in the right application form since there are two options: one for an individual theatre maker and the other for a collective (company).

The deadline for the application is 30th December 2018 at 5pm (GMT).

Selection process

An interim decision will be made based on artistic quality, potentially including follow up interview via Skype.

The applicants will be informed about the final results, including waiting list by February 2019.

During February 2019, the selected Artists/Collectives will be contracted by the project.

Application for an individual artist:

Application for a collective:

Application documentation:

For more information email us on info@krila.org (Subject: MAM Call Inquiry)

About the Art Incubator

The pilot execution of the Art Incubator will take place in three consecutive sessions in Galway (Ireland), Rijeka (Croatia) and Târgu-Mureș (Romania) during the course of 2019. The duration of each Art Incubator session/ Labs will be 10 days. The envisaged number of participants is 10 full-time artists that will be selected through a public call. Participants can either be individual independent theatre makers or members of the collective (company) selected to participate. For each session, another 10 participants will be selected, as auditing participants, from the local/regional non-institutionalised and independent theatre community.

Each Lab foresees a co-creation laboratory to enable immediate implementation of newly acquired skills, while benefiting from the interaction and networking with peers, mentors, international audiences and representatives of the respective European Capitals of Culture.

Each Lab will be conducted under a specific topic that is linked both with the curriculum, the specific location and the agenda of each European Culture Capital, illustrating a key element of the non-institutionalised and independent theatre agenda and identity.

Make a Move Art Incubator Galway – Digital Practices

The first session of the Art Incubator will focus on digital practices, both from a business point of view and an artistic point of view.  The artistic element of the curriculum in Galway will introduce participants to artists who create work using digital technologies – for example, sensor-based interactions, mixed-reality experiences and virtual reality experiences.  Through practical workshops with these artists the practitioners will have the opportunity to experiment with these technologies to understand how they can be incorporated artistically into their own work.  This aspect of the curriculum will again draw on the artistic connections established through the Galway 2020’s ‘Windows on the World’ programme, a programme of work specifically oriented towards the creation of artistic work using digital technologies.

The business element of the curriculum in Galway will draw on Galway 2020’s aim to become the first ‘Virtual European Capital of Culture’, and will include workshops and talks with the Galway-based theatre artists and digital media experts on the process of incorporating a digital outreach element in their work.  For example, participants will examine practices such as the ‘live streaming’ of theatre performances, and the creation of cross-media platforms that support the creation and dissemination of live performance work. It is also our intention that participants will learn tools and practices that will enable them to incorporate a digital element into the design and dissemination of their own work during the ‘Make a Move’ project, which will also feed into the overall project communication and dissemination activities.

During the Galway session, the participating artists will begin the process of identifying project ideas for follow-up cooperation projects after the conclusion of the Make a Move project.  Idea identification, formulation and conservation will be conducted in the context of a series of three workshops – to take place at each Art Incubator session throughout the year 2019 – on project development and project fundraising. Throughout the series, the participants will learn about the topic of cultural funding policies in EU countries, challenges that non-institutional and independent theatre practitioners face in the frame of these policies and identifying ways how to manage those challenges. Recognised experts in the field will lead the workshops.

Make a Move Art Incubator Rijeka – Site-specific theatre and audience outreach

The second session of the Art Incubator will focus on the topic of site-specific theatre and progressive audience outreach practices in theatre, specifically on the topic of public space and urban locations as places for artistic exploration, work and interaction with the audiences. Within artistic elements of the curriculum in Rijeka, public spaces will be explored as site-specific theatre locations, places for artistic interventions, installations, community art works and other possible forms of contemporary theatre and performing arts practices. In collaboration with an expert historian of Rijeka who will lead a study visit of several Rijeka’s locations, and in partnership with cultural experts on audience development, artists will be developing their projects inside the frame of specific locations in Rijeka that have a strong meaning for the community either past, present and/or future. This topic of public space(s) is related to Rijeka 2020 programme that encourages progressive audience development practices by proposing a vision where ”urban areas become spaces where artistic projects are created in collaboration with the local community”. During the Rijeka session, the participating artists will continue the process of new project idea identification, formulation and development initiated at the first fundraising workshop during the Art Incubator session in Galway.

Make a Move Art Incubator Targu – Mures: InsideOut – Positioning non-institutionalised theatre practices in a critical journalistic and business context

The third session of the Art Incubator is dedicated to the topics of communication, business and fundraising skills. Many times artists find it difficult to talk about their work, which sometimes results in interviews or performance presentations filled with platitudes. Considering this, it may be difficult for theatre artists and collectives (companies) to promote their work, to gain finances and further to market the performance for the audience. Therefore this Art Incubator session is dedicated to presenting a multi-perspective approach to talking about the artistic product, considering ways of ‘translating’ the artistic universe into words, using tools from the areas of theatre criticism, journalism and/or aesthetics. At the same time product ‘storytelling’ will be considered from the point of view of many different audiences and assessed from the business and management perspective, accompanied with tips and tricks from cultural management professionals.  The Art Incubator session in Targu-Mures will conclude the process of developing the first set of joint follow-up cooperation proposals coming out of the Art Incubator participants projects. The goal is to finish the development of at least 5 cooperation projects, arriving at the stage of having a clearly defined project idea coupled with a business plan for the project idea execution, including potential funding opportunities.

Europe gets an arts incubator: The international theater project “Make a Move”

Europe gets an arts incubator: The international theater project “Make a Move”

The exciting international project “Make a Move” was launched in Rijeka’s RiHub Cultural Centre this Friday, 19th October. “Make a Move” is an Art Incubator for contemporary European non-institutionalised theatre which will bring together non-institutionalised theater organizations and artists from Croatia, Ireland, Spain, and Romania. “Make a Move” is co-funded by the European Union’s Creative Europe program with under the small-scale project strand (€200,000).

This innovative incubating environment will provide non-institutionalised theatre practitioners with the opportunity to develop their artistic and professional skills and grow their production proposals from the stage of creative ideas to different stages of production.

The ‘Make a Move’ project objective is to contribute to the revitalization of
European theatre, one of the least popular art forms in Europe, by mobilizing the unutilized creative and innovation potential of non-institutionalised theatre practices, such as physical theatre, corporeal mime and improvisational theatre.

Ivana Peranić, the artistic director of the artistic organisation KRILA, said that the aim of the project is to nurture and provide opportunities for the development of an independent theater sector by bringing together the shared experience and resources of Rijeka’s artists and their partners, Galway Theater Festival from Ireland, The Institute of Arts Barcelona and University of Arts Targu-Mures from Romania

The highlighted goals of this cooperation are i) harnessing the untapped creative potential of non-institutionalised theatre practices, ii) achieving better visibility and recognition for these practices outside traditional theatre spheres, and iii) the popularization of contemporary theater on a local and international level. Peranić thanked the City of Rijeka and Rijeka 2020 for their support and assistance in developing, writing and submitting the project.

In the name of Rijeka 2020, Jelena Milić, presented the program “Kitchen”, which is part of the “Rijeka European Capital of Culture 2020” project, underlining that KRILA are one of the partners from the local independent scene in the “Kitchen” program, and that they will certainly participate in the program activities of this cultural project in 2020. Inside of the program ”Kitchen” KRILA are already implementing the project “Unreal Cities”, which is based on connecting international independent theater artists and transforming the urban areas of European cities.

The success achieved with the Project “Make a Move” was also highlighted by Ivan Šarar, head of the Department of Culture of the City of Rijeka, who noted that “Make a Move” is one of the rare projects of this scale developed by a non-governmental organization in Rijeka.

The project launch was also attended by the members of partner organizations who presented their work. Particularly interesting is the link to the Galway Theater Festival from Ireland, whose project producer Máiréad Ní Chróinín highlighted the fact that Rijeka and Galway, two cultural capitals in 2020, will connect through common creativity on the stage and work to promote the values ​​of contemporary theatrical non-institutional practices. Galway can, just like Rijeka, be proud of its rich theatrical and marine tradition and the prominent communities of national minorities, and this connectivity will be emphasized by the fact that “Make a Move” will be included in both Rijeka and Galway’s European Capital of Culture program. The Galway aspect of the project is an art incubator, to be held in April next year, which will focus on the use of digital technology in non-institutionalised theatre practices and in the development of new communication and marketing models for non-institutional arts organisations.

The art incubator in Rijeka will happen in September next year, during which work-in-progress performances will be presented to the wider audience.

Eugen Pasareanu, a professor at the Romanian University of Arts in Târgu Mureş, emphasized the importance of linking non-institutionalized theater practices with academic work and research. For this reason, the project will draw on the experience of the University of Arts, Targu Mureş for the third art incubator, to be held in December next year. Participants in the project will have the opportunity to visit and workshop in Targu Mureş, a bilingual city in central Romania which is notable for its multicultural nature, having an almost equal amount of Romanian and Hungarian citizens.

The project partners and associate partners of “Make a Move” will also visit and work in Sitges, a town 35 km from Barcelona. Armando Rotondi, project manager of “Institute of Arts Barcelona” emphasized that the benefits of the common development on the international scale will result from exchanging and intertwining knowledge and experiences, especially while analyzing the existing institutional and non-institutional contemporary theater and developing a methodology for attracting audiences.

In addition to the above-mentioned partners, art associations/organizations from Oslo, Montpellier, Paris, Graz and Barcelona will also participate in the project activities as associated partners.

Over the next twenty months a core group of ten artists from around Europe will be given a chance to participate in the incubators in Rijeka, Galway and Târgu Mureș. A further thirty artists will participate as local/regional artists, ten joining each incubator.

According to Ivana Peranić, the name “Make a Move”, was inspired by graffiti on the streets of Rijeka that perfectly captured the essence of the project idea: A group of movement-based theatre artists deciding to take action to affect change in the ability of the non-institutionalised theatre sector to evolve and bring theatre closer to the contemporary society.

* Photo credit / Kristijan Vučković

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Creative Europe Programme

Partners

Creative Laboratory of Contemporary Theatre
Galway Theatre Festival
Institute of the Arts Barcelona
The University of Arts Târgu-Mureş

Associates

Acts Laboratory for performance and practice
Moveo - Physical theatre and corporeal mime center
Platform 88
Poulpe électrique
ToTum TeaTre
Workinglifebalance Ltd.

Funders / Supporters

Republika Hrvatska - Ministarstvo kulture
Rijeka 2020 European Capital of Culture
Grad Rijeka
Galway 2020
Irish Arts Council
Ajuntament de Sitges
Galway City Council
Institut français Barcelona

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