culture360.asef.org http://culture360.asef.org Connecting Asia and Europe through arts and culture Thu, 28 May 2015 22:12:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.5.1 The Best in Heritage | conferencehttp://culture360.asef.org/event/the-best-in-heritage-conference/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=the-best-in-heritage-conference http://culture360.asef.org/event/the-best-in-heritage-conference/#comments Thu, 28 May 2015 22:12:20 +0000 Judith Staines http://culture360.asef.org/?post_type=event&p=50920

The 14th edition of the Best in Heritage conference takes place in Dubrovnik, Croatia 24-26 September. The event is organised in partnership with Europa Nostra, under the special patronage...  Read More

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The 14th edition of the Best in Heritage conference takes place in Dubrovnik, Croatia 24-26 September. The event is organised in partnership with Europa Nostra, under the special patronage of ICOM. Registration is open.

On the programme are presentations by heritage and museum projects, winners of awards in Europe and elsewhere in the world. The Best in Heritage is an international, annual survey of award-winning museum, heritage and conservation projects. Twenty-eight projects from the world, proclaimed the best in the previous year on national or international level, are invited to the conference to present their success stories.

Among the projects to be presented in the 2015 conference programme are:

  • Japan  Design Space Association Gold Award 2014: Toyota Commemorative Museum of  Industry and Technology, Nagoya, Japan
  •  David  Manley Award – Emerging Entrepreneur Award 2014: Little Museum of Dublin,  Dublin, Ireland
  • EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Award 2014 winner: From a Rusty City to a New Miskolc, Hungary
  • Chinese Museum Association – Most innovative Museums  Award 2014: Ningbo Museum, Ningbo, China
  • European Museum Academy – 2014 Children’s Museums Award: National Museum of Denmark,  Copenhagen, Denmark
  • EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa  Nostra Award 2014 Grand Prix laureate: Dragomirna Church’s 17th Century Frescoes, Suceava,  Romania
  • MAGNA Awards 2014, National Winner: Museum Victoria /  Bunjilaka: “First Peoples”, Melbourne, Australia
  • ICOM Russia Award 2014  laureate: State museum-reserve “Rostov Kremlin”, Yeroslavl Region, Russia

Post Conference Event takes place on 27 September: Financing Heritage Institutions in Times of Scarcity, under patronage of Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Croatia

Who is meeting whom?

  • Meeting of museum and heritage professionals with various experts we cannot do without (architects, designers, consultants, information specialists, suppliers, tourism experts, media people etc.);
  • Meeting of institutions and professionals from a broad range of practice and interest in the field of heritage to provide practical inspiration and create a rich mutual learning environment;
  • Meeting of experienced veterans and ambitious, creative newcomers from the converging variety of professions in the field of heritage, all in the context of the information society;
  • Meeting of minds and cultures: Dubrovnik has been, throughout its rich history, a geographical point where Mediterranean meets Central Europe, where West meets East, where North meets South.
  • Meeting of museums, heritage and conservation professionals as an opportunity to check rising convergence through four shared objectives and circumstances: user orientation, societal mission, Information and communication technology and common theoretical basis.

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Arteles – Finland | Neo Future residencieshttp://culture360.asef.org/opportunity/arteles-finland-neo-future-residencies/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=arteles-finland-neo-future-residencies http://culture360.asef.org/opportunity/arteles-finland-neo-future-residencies/#comments Thu, 28 May 2015 21:35:56 +0000 Judith Staines http://culture360.asef.org/?post_type=opportunity&p=51108

Arteles has a call for NEO FUTURE – a special theme residency programme for artists and creators of the future, especially from the fields of  Sci-Fi | New Media | Electronic Sound | Design | Literature | Visual...  Read More

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Arteles has a call for NEO FUTURE – a special theme residency programme for artists and creators of the future, especially from the fields of  Sci-Fi | New Media | Electronic Sound | Design | Literature | Visual Arts | Concept Art | Science. 1-2 month residencies in March & April 2016.

Deadline for applications: 17 June 2015

Alternate Futures 

Utopians, dark dystopians, transhumanists and cyborgs. Space travel and other galaxies. Singularity. Retro-futurism and future societies – after artificial intelligence, after apocalypse, after art?

Neo Future program brings together international, future-oriented artists & creators. Located in the middle of nowhere in rural Finland, Arteles Creative Center serves as the ideal place to envision, outline and work on your own futuristic sceneries and scenarios. Share approaches and get inspired with other artists and visionaires willing to go beyond here & now, to come up with something ‘neo’.

The pre-defined structure of the program is flexible. Depending on your own preference and interests, you can aim at on-site collaborations, or concentrate intensively on your own practice and ideas. In either case, the emphasis is on your own creative process and development – there is no pressure to produce finalized works.

Creative Space in the Nature

Arteles Creative Center is located in Haukijärvi, a part of the rural county of Hämeenkyrö in Finland. The region represents authentic Finnish countryside with beautiful landscapes, forests and lakes. Many artists have found the place, its soundscape and atmosphere so inspiring that it will become part of their work one way or the other.

In March and April, the Finnish Winter is finally easening up its grip and the nature starts to wake up from its sleep. The amount of daylight is growing rapidly. The Milky Way, shooting stars and satellites are clearly visible on the dark night sky. If you are lucky, you may even catch the Northern lights – early Spring is a peak season for them.

NOTE: Arteles offers partial financial support for the residency stays. Artists must cover the costs of the financial balance, for travel etc.

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International collaboration putting Malta on the cultural maphttp://culture360.asef.org/news/international-collaboration-putting-malta-on-the/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=international-collaboration-putting-malta-on-the http://culture360.asef.org/news/international-collaboration-putting-malta-on-the/#comments Wed, 27 May 2015 21:21:07 +0000 Judith Staines http://culture360.asef.org/?p=51757

Over the next three years, Valletta 2018 will be working closely with its Maltese and international partners to host a number of key high-level arts-related events with positive repercussions...  Read More

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Over the next three years, Valletta 2018 will be working closely with its Maltese and international partners to host a number of key high-level arts-related events with positive repercussions on the cultural, economic and social aspects of Malta.

Karsten Xuereb reports in the Times of Malta on plans for forthcoming cultural collaborations.

In 2016, Malta will be welcoming, for the first time, the 7th World Summit on Arts and Culture that will take place from October 18 to 21. The event is being co-hosted by the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) and the Arts Council Malta (ACM).

Ifacca is the global network of arts councils and ministries of culture and is keen to engage in forward-looking discussions with a view to develop globally-reaching actions.

On the other hand, ACM has enjoyed a recent restructuring that will strengthen its management of the implementation of national cultural policy in a more coordinated manner with all other public cultural organisations that fall under its umbrella structure.

In October 2016, a number of Ifacca member events will take place alongside others for the public, including the CEO Leadership Seminar, the 5th General Assembly, regional chapter meetings and members’ lunches.

In preparation for the World Summit, ACM, within the framework of Valletta 2018, will be stepping up its international efforts that are aimed at putting Malta on the cultural map.

These will primarily support the mobility of Maltese artists to Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and Asia through the Malta Showcase and its mobility funds, which can support the successful exposure of local talent abroad.

However, mobility is mutual and, in collaboration with the Valletta 2018 structure developed together with the Roberto Cimetta Fund (RCF), artists, researchers and creatives in general can access funding to travel to Malta.

During a series of workshops held in 2014 and this year, RCF and Valletta 2018 established mobility opportunities to geographical regions from around the world, from Brazil to Australia.

In 2017, Valletta 2018 and ACM will support the government and the ministry responsible for European Affairs in particular, in organising the six-month cultural programme accompanying the Maltese Presidency of the Council of the EU between January and June.

Read the full article

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Hi Seoul Festival | OFF program open callhttp://culture360.asef.org/opportunity/hi-seoul-festival-off-program-open-call/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=hi-seoul-festival-off-program-open-call http://culture360.asef.org/opportunity/hi-seoul-festival-off-program-open-call/#comments Wed, 27 May 2015 21:18:50 +0000 Judith Staines http://culture360.asef.org/?post_type=opportunity&p=51686

Hi Seoul Festival 2015 has an Open Call for OFF Program for International Performing Arts Companies. Street arts companies from any country are invited to apply to perform in outdoor city sites at...  Read More

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Hi Seoul Festival 2015 has an Open Call for OFF Program for International Performing Arts Companies. Street arts companies from any country are invited to apply to perform in outdoor city sites at Hi Seoul (October 1-4 2015).

Deadline for entries: 3 June 2015

Hi Seoul Festival is seeking OFF programs to enrich the festival this year. Since 2003, Hi Seoul Festival, a representative street arts festival in Seoul, Korea, has implied the characters of the history, spaces and diversity of Seoul Metropolitan City. It is held in the first week of October during 4~5 days in the outdoor spaces such as squares and streets in downtown of Seoul. The festival is focusing on the street arts as its main program since 2012.

Now the festival is looking for its OFF programs, mainly street theater, dance, circus, puppets, installation and various types of contemporary arts which can be performed under the outdoor conditions. All the companies and artists who are interested in the festival can apply.

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Applications due by Wednesday 03 June 2015.

The HSF2015_OFF Program_Application Form must be sent by email hiseoulfestival@gmail.com with portfolios of the performances and the technical rider.

Hi Seoul Festival 2015: October 01 ~ October 04, 2015 / Downtown area of Seoul

Festival shall provide;

Performance fee 300 USD ~ 1,500 USD (net of tax)

Accommodation and Perdiem (perdiem will be 30,000 KRW per person a day.)

Pick-up service to/from the airport

Technical support and PR(festival leaflet and program book, website and SNS)

Visa support

NOTE * Airfare shall NOT be provided.

For further information, contact Rhanhee Lee at Hi Seoul Festival Office on +82-2-2133-0911 / hiseoulfestival@gmail.com

Images:

[top] Kud Ljud (Slovenia) at Hi Seoul Festival 2011

[bottom] Gravity & Other Myths (Australia) – A Simple Space at Hi Seoul Festival 2014

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Kyoto Art Center | performing arts residencieshttp://culture360.asef.org/opportunity/kyoto-art-center-performing-arts-residencies/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=kyoto-art-center-performing-arts-residencies http://culture360.asef.org/opportunity/kyoto-art-center-performing-arts-residencies/#comments Tue, 26 May 2015 22:04:55 +0000 Judith Staines http://culture360.asef.org/?post_type=opportunity&p=51424

International call for emerging artists and researchers working in performing arts (dance, theatre, music etc.) to apply for residencies in 2016 at Kyoto Art Center, Japan.  You should have...  Read More

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International call for emerging artists and researchers working in performing arts (dance, theatre, music etc.) to apply for residencies in 2016 at Kyoto Art Center, Japan.  You should have a significant reason to produce, research, study in Kyoto.

Kyoto Art Center’s Artist-in-Residence Program offers support to emerging artists and art researchers who wish to pursue creative activities in Kyoto. We call for applications from the artists/researchers in performing arts and visual arts in alternate years. In 2016, the program is open to artists and researchers working in performing arts.

Eligibility

  •  Emerging artists and art researchers of performing arts (dance, theater and music etc.), who have a significant reason to produce, research and study in Kyoto.
  • Applicants must:

- Organize exchange projects with Kyoto citizens during the residency.

- Give a presentation such as performances, lectures or workshops during the residency.

- Communicate in English or Japanese.

Support provided

  •  Accommodation during the residency period. (Living expenses such as are not included.)
  • Studio for production at Kyoto Art Center. Note: Presentation space availability is discussed after the selection.
  • JPY200,000.- for an individual or a group (not each member) for production and/or research.
  • Publicity
  • Assistance of a program coordinator.

Maximum 3 months from April 1st (Fri), 2016 - March 31st (Fri), 2017

DEADLINE: 30 June 2015

IMPORTANT NOTE: applications must be submitted by post or in person (email, fax not permitted)

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Singapore | Asian Festival of Children’s Contenthttp://culture360.asef.org/event/singapore-asian-festival-of-childrens-content/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=singapore-asian-festival-of-childrens-content http://culture360.asef.org/event/singapore-asian-festival-of-childrens-content/#comments Tue, 26 May 2015 21:47:51 +0000 Judith Staines http://culture360.asef.org/?post_type=event&p=51672

The Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) takes place in Singapore 31 May – 6 June, a festival that brings together content creators and producers with parents, teachers, librarians...  Read More

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The Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) takes place in Singapore 31 May – 6 June, a festival that brings together content creators and producers with parents, teachers, librarians and anyone interested in quality Asian content for children around the world.

Now in its 6th year, the 8-day festival will feature over 140 speakers including authors, illustrators, publishers, and media professionals from countries like Singapore, China, Australia, Philippines, New Zealand, the United States and United Kingdom.

With a mix of professional conferences, masterclasses and workshops, rights fair and media mart, and public events, AFCC is a unique and popular event right here in Asia that provides an opportunity for writers, illustrators, editors, publishers, agents, distributors, parents, children, teachers, and librarians to meet, learn, develop their craft, and discover business opportunities.

The National Book Development Council of Singapore has been organising the highly popular Asian Children’s Writers & Illustrators Conference for the past ten years. Leveraging on its success, the conference was expanded to form AFCC which has emerged as a very popular professional and trade event since 2010 into the foremost professional and trade event for Children‘s Content in Asia.

AFCC impacts 1.5 billion children in Asia as well as their parents, professionals, and businesses involved in their development.

Last year, the AFCC had 171 Speakers and Moderators, 938 Conference Delegates and 11,320 participants from Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, Brunei, Sri Lanka, China, India, Korea, USA, UK, Australia, Germany, Canada, New Zealand, Spain, Kyrgyzstan, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Belgium, Lebanon, Slovakia!

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Mugidancehttp://culture360.asef.org/organisation/mugidance/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=mugidance http://culture360.asef.org/organisation/mugidance/#comments Tue, 26 May 2015 04:08:16 +0000 culture360.org http://culture360.asef.org/?post_type=organisation&p=51655

Mugidance is contemporary dance community based in Sukoharjo  (Solo) in Central Java, Indonesia. Found in 1994 by Mugiyono Kasido, an internationally known choreographer and dancer that is also our Artistic Director.  Read More

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Mugidance is contemporary dance community based in Sukoharjo  (Solo) in Central Java, Indonesia.
Found in 1994 by Mugiyono Kasido, an internationally known choreographer and dancer that is also our Artistic Director.

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Trans Europe Halles | job opportunityhttp://culture360.asef.org/opportunity/trans-europe-halles-job-opportunity/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=trans-europe-halles-job-opportunity http://culture360.asef.org/opportunity/trans-europe-halles-job-opportunity/#comments Mon, 25 May 2015 21:52:05 +0000 Judith Staines http://culture360.asef.org/?post_type=opportunity&p=51582

Trans Europe Halles (TEH) is looking for a driven and experienced Communications & Development Director to help the network to establish itself as a leading network for professional development and...  Read More

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Trans Europe Halles (TEH) is looking for a driven and experienced Communications & Development Director to help the network to establish itself as a leading network for professional development and exchange in the international cultural sector. Job based in Lund, Sweden.

The communications aspect of the role focuses on two exciting new pan European projects, developing the TEH brand internationally and communication of the network’s activities. The development aspect involves leading the start-up and strategic development of the TEH Academy and related projects.

Application deadline: 14 June 2015

Submit your application to join our team in Lund, Sweden from the 1st of September.

Profile
We are looking for a highly driven and confident professional who is passionate about communication, culture, international exchange and developing new ideas. You have at least 8 years of work experience in strategic communication, building partnerships across sectors and leadership in the creative industries, cultural or educational sectors. We think that you are a strong communicator with an entrepreneurial spirit who understand the needs and aspirations of people in the creative sector.

Communications: Main Responsibilities

  1. Design and lead the strategic communications strategy for the current two European projects, including PR, advocacy and media.
  2. Ensure that these projects and the other work of TEH is effectively communicated to stakeholders at different levels; from the European Commission to national and regional governments as well as reaching the diverse landscape of cultural practitioners and organisations around Europe and beyond.
  3. Develop and realise a successful communication and media strategy for the promotion of all events, online tools and peer-to-peer platforms of Trans Europe Halles and its projects Engage and involve the membership of Trans Europe Halles in the development of the network and its activities as well as motivating the project partners in collaboration with the project managers.
  4. Develop the TEH brand and its reach so that it better underpins the network’s aim to take a leadership role in the European cultural sector and beyond.
  5. Significantly improve the network’s visibility in the European cultural sector and beyond.

TEH Academy Development: Main Responsibilities

  1. Develop the concept, brand and business model of the TEH Academy including a consultancy service and build partnerships for its realisation.
  2. Build partnerships for its development and realisation across sectors, including arts and culture, creative industries, academia, social and private sectors.
  3. Work with partners to design and launch the first programmes of the TEH Academy; exchange, education and professional development.
  4. Support the office team, members and the Executive Committee to develop consultancy services that create income by sharing the unique knowledge, skills and experience of the Network.
  5. Work with the team to test, refine and grow the services so that they significantly contribute to the long term financial stability of the network.

Download the full job description and submit your application before the 14th of June. Submit your application including a CV and a motivation letter describing how your experiences relate to what is required of the position of max 1 page via e-mail to Secretary General Birgitta Persson, birgitta@teh.net.

Trans Europe Halles (TEH) is a European based network of cultural centres initiated by citizens and artists that advocates and promotes culture, makes accessible its knowledge and encourages new centres and initiatives. With more than 70 members and associates all over Europe, the network functions as a dynamic forum for ideas, experiences and exchange, supporting its members and their communities. Trans Europe Halles contributes to building a sustainable future for the independent cultural sector.

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Cultural awards downsized in Chinahttp://culture360.asef.org/news/cultural-awards-downsized-in-china/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=cultural-awards-downsized-in-china http://culture360.asef.org/news/cultural-awards-downsized-in-china/#comments Mon, 25 May 2015 21:50:23 +0000 Judith Staines http://culture360.asef.org/?p=51627

China will downsize awards for art and literature by 60 percent nationwide this year, the Ministry of Culture (MOC) has announced.  According to the MOC, too many redundant awards...  Read More

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China will downsize awards for art and literature by 60 percent nationwide this year, the Ministry of Culture (MOC) has announced.  According to the MOC, too many redundant awards ceremonies and appraisals of literature and art have caused irregularities and power-for-money deals.

The MOC will regulate government officials’ participation in competitions and awards, in a bid to promote fairness and transparency. The officials will also be forbidden from exerting any influence during award appraisals.Violators will be subject to severe punishment.

Culture Minister Luo Shugang attributes the chaos in literature and art circles to self-indulgent profit seeking.

Some writers and artists, obsessed by money and illusory fame, drift off course, Luo said. Instead, they should focus their creativity on social responsibility.

Future competition and awards should advocate mainstream socialist values against the corruptive mentality, Luo said.

Further information

Image: Luo Shugang, Minister of Culture

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Music Theatre NOW – call for submissionshttp://culture360.asef.org/opportunity/music-theatre-now-call-for-submissions/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=music-theatre-now-call-for-submissions http://culture360.asef.org/opportunity/music-theatre-now-call-for-submissions/#comments Sun, 24 May 2015 21:34:28 +0000 Judith Staines http://culture360.asef.org/?post_type=opportunity&p=46546

Music Theatre NOW - international open call for competition entries of music theatre works (opera and music theatre, in all genres, with particular interest in works outside the Western European...  Read More

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musictheatrenowfrontMusic Theatre NOW - international open call for competition entries of music theatre works (opera and music theatre, in all genres, with particular interest in works outside the Western European tradition).

Selected creators and presenters will be invited to the 11th triennial Music Theatre NOW conference in Rotterdam in May 2016 to present their work.

Deadline: 30 June 2015

Eligibility: Works made by opera and theatre institutions, works created by festivals, works created by individuals – we are open to all forms of professional opera and music theatre which explore new frontiers.

All kind of works, which demonstrate a new development in the genre, be it in score, text and/or staging, can be entered. 
An important criterion for entering the competition is that the production is a first staging and has a newly composed score. Also, singing does not necessarily have to be part of the production. Works by so-called non-academic composers and works without a written score may be entered.

Special attention will be given to works, whose musical and theatrical vocabulary originates outside the Western European tradition. As a guideline for those regions in which categories such as music theatre or opera are not defined: all interdisciplinary work will be considered, in which music plays a dominant role.

Music theatre productions can be entered for the next competition which premiered between July 2012 and June 2015.

As you can see from the list of past winners, both internationally established composers and theatre-makers as well as lesser-known artists and newcomers participated in the last edition of Music Theatre NOW. You will also find that we are interested in works of all shapes and sizes – created for opera houses, festivals, tiny venues, even living rooms, as well as other site-specific works.

This year’s jury are prominent professionals from the five continents: Sara Joan Fang (music producer for Singapore’s national performing arts centre Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay), Guy Coolen (director of the production company ‘Muziektheater Transparant’ and artistic director of the international opera festival ‘Operadagen’ in Rotterdam), as well as Joseph V. Melillo (executive producer of the ‘Brooklyn Academy of Music’), Ana Lara (Mexican composer and founder of the festival ‘Música y Escena’) and and Brett Bailey (South African playwright, designer and director, who continues his commitment from the 2012 jury).

Rotterdam 2016

The opportunity to attend  Music Theatre NOW, a meeting for creators and presenters of contemporary music theatre, and to give a special presentation of your work. A maximum of two members of the artistic team will be invited.

You will give a presentation of the work in the form of a lecture/demonstration with sound and video excerpts at the 11th triennial meeting Music Theatre NOW, May 26-28 2016 in Rotterdam.

This meeting, previously called the Music Theatre Workshop, has served as a forum for professionals for many years.

Travel, accommodation and meals for the artists representing the work will be provided by the host organization. Curators and presenters from around the globe will be invited to attend the meeting, which will be held as part of the Operadagen Rotterdam – an international festival of contemporary theatre and opera.

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