Creative Europe Desk UK – England invites you to find out more about the funding opportunities for the cultural, creative and heritage sectors available through Creative Europe’s Culture sub-programme. Creative Europe’s Culture sub-programme supports cooperation and exchange between arts, culture and heritage organisations across different European countries.
The conference is open to performing arts practitioners and researchers from different countries: performing arts academics, arts educators and teachers, performers of various genres and techniques, theatre directors, dancers and choreographers, arts administrators and producers, musicians, stage designers costume designers, mask makers, multimedia artists, scriptwriters, playwrights, theatre critics, arts journalists, etc.
Partners include audience development agencies, festivals, multi-arts centres and a regional government agency. They span EU countries such as Spain, Italy, Norway, Romania, Croatia, Slovenia, Belgium and the UK.
The fifth European Network Performing Arts Production (NPAP) workshop will be held on 4-6 May 2015, in London, UK. This event is the eighth in the series of workshops that has been held in Europe and the United States annually since 2009.
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Gone in 20 Minutes (Gi20) gives six artists or companies a development grant of £6,000 to realize their small to medium-scale idea.
Developed by Amsterdam-located multimedia artist and sound designer Paul Oomen, the system 4D Sound offers an intriguing and very immersive experience of live electronic music for its audience. Presented in workshop and performances at Compagnietheater’s concert hall during ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event) festival
Another great question I gets asked a lot is, how do I program lighting to music. Whether that be live music or even just syncing lights to some type of canned music. It seems like a simple question but it actually is a great one to ask. I just added a video below that is a great sample of “lights to music”, please check it out.
Laculture.info aime les Soucoupes Violentes, c’est un groupe de rock français mené par Stéphane Guichard. Leur rock enfiévré, au son de classiques instantanés qui déménage est au rendez-vous. Présentation : Alors voilà… Courant 2011, nous avons réalisé une démo de 5 nouveaux titres. Fin 2012, la formation ayant bougé, Florian, notre guitariste, parti vers de nouvelles aventures, les Soucoupes Violentes en trio rentrent en studio, à l’Update, Pigalle, Paris.
The steps towards WOMEX were taken in October 1991 within the ‘Worldwide Music Days at the BID’ in Berlin, Germany as part of the Berlin Independence Days annual indie music convention. The first edition of WOMEX, boldly stand-alone after the closure of the BID, then took place in Berlin in 1994. Back then, the aim was to host an event that would bring together all the key players within world music and, collaboratively, provide a platform to map out a future for the industry, a principle that continues to inform and guide all WOMEX editions to this day.