ASSITEJ STUFF – OCT NEWS

Thom Browning selected as Australian nominee for TYA Berlin Exchange through ASSITEJ
ASSITEJ Centres all over the world have nominated a TYA Director to participate in an International Exchange at Theater Strahl, Berlin in June 2019. Thom Browning, Imaginary Theatre Qld, was selected as the Australian nominee from a competitive field. We now await confirmation of his participation from German selectors.

15 Oct – Arts TAS Funding for Youth Arts Program: Organisations – Up to $40k
Arts TAS is offering funding for projects that actively engage young people (aged 0 to 25 years) to develop their creative skills and capacities, and enhance their social health and wellbeing. Applications close Mon 15 Oct. More info here.

15 Nov – Open Call for Next Generation Program
The Next Generation residency program is for 25 artists under the age of 36 from all over the world. In 2019, the program will be held in Kristiansand, Norway from 2-7 Sep alongside the Sand Festival. Accommodation, meals, registration and facilitation costs are covered. Apply by 15 Nov 2018.

24 Oct – Call Out: Young Performers at Phoenix, City of Maribyrnong
This performer-in-residence program is for young performers/theatre makers aged between 18-25 years who live, work or study in the City of Maribyrnong. Residencies take place at Phoenix Youth Hub, Footscray. Apply by Wed 24 Oct. More info.

1 Nov – Call Out: International Naj, Naj, Naj Festival in Zagreb, Croatia – April 2019
The City Theatre Žar Ptica is calling for performances for the 19th International Naj, naj, naj Festival in Zagreb, Croatia from 24 – 28 April 2019. Accommodation, meals, performance fees, and tech support are covered by the festival. Apply by 1 Nov 2018. More info.

ASSITEJ Enews Feature – ‘Generosity’ by Yvette Hardie
Read Yvette Hardie’s reflection following the recent Artistic Gathering in China. Sign up to the ASSITEJ enews here.