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By Judith Staines
Many of us are confined at home #StayHome during the COVID-19 pandemic. Across Europe and Asia, masses of arts events have sadly been cancelled – festivals, conferences, performances, exhibitions, biennales ...
By Maria Sharon Mapa Arriola & Ritirong Jiwakanon
The Europe-Asia Roundtable Sessions (EARS) aims to provide a creative platform to support international collaboration and cross-cultural interaction between Europe and Asia.
By Chloe Chotrani
Chloe Chotrani is a movement artist and writer based in Singapore. She has set up the performing arts archive, Talking Circles, a digital archive of performing artists from South, Southeast ...
By David Fernández
ASEF culture360 contributor David Fernández discusses with Rithisal Kang, Executive Director the origins of Amrita Performing Arts as well as the developments of performing arts in Cambodia.
By Kerrine Goh
New Zealand arts consultant, Sarah Ropata interviews Carla van Zon, Artistic Director of the Auckland Arts Festival.
By Florentina Bratfanof
The Eastern European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) is a platform that focuses on the fields of dance and theater and is a result of the cooperation between independent experts from ...
By Kalaivani Karunanethy
For Citra Pratiwi, dancer, choreographer, arts researcher and activist, tradition is always open to new interpretations and innovation.
By Leonardo Rey S. Carino
Philippine festivals are town fiestas celebrating moments in history that defined identity, polity and locality. Celebration of the arts and culture, albeit made central to these festivities, only comes as ...
By Catarina Saraiva
This article gives an overview of the European and Southeast-Asian performing arts markets. It provides information that can lead to the creation of non-hierarchical dialogue between these two communities of ...
This is the second of a series of three articles based on interviews done to contemporary performing artists and programmers from Europe and Southeast Asia.
This is the first of three articles based on interviews with contemporary performing artists and programmers from Europe and Southeast Asia.
Escape Line is a research project that aims to prove the possibility of establishing a balanced dialogue between programmers and creators in the performing arts market.
What do ‘festivals’ mean in a global world? How are they perceived in Europe compared with Asia? What is their dialogue, keeping in mind EU and Asian practices?
[caption id="attachment_1023" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Image credit: Trans Europe Halles http://teh.net/"][/caption] The Internationale Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künste (IGBK) organised a meeting of European experts on ‘Mobility in the Visual Arts Sector ...
By Vanini Belarmino
I interviewed two prominent figures in the performing arts: one from Thailand and one from Germanyto discuss their own experiences in working in opposite sides of the world.