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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 Valentina Riccardi
Valentina Riccardi asked Lesley Alway, Director of Asialink Arts to share her curatorial journey with Curating culture360.org #2.
By Kerrine Goh
Many projects in Polish performing and visual arts in recent years are being developed in non-institutional spaces to take advantage of the context and to experiment with strategies of viewer ...
By Sali Sasaki (佐々木 沙梨)
Since George Town received the World Heritage title from UNESCO, jointly with Melaka as historic cities of the Straits of Malacca in 2008, it has experienced growing attention and underwent ...
Two cases of Thailand in the context of the festivals and their communities will be shared in this two-parts article. This first part outlines the case of Pahtum Thani International ...
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 ...
In this second of this two-part interview with culture360.org, Jong‐Ho Lee, Founding Artistic Director, SIDANCE Festival (Seoul International Dance Festival) talks about the importance of festivals in Asia.
In this first two-part interview with Festival Directors, culture360.org talks with Lindy Hume, Director of the Sydney Festival in Australia.
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.
The Romanian National Theatre Festival (RNTF) started in 1990, in Bucharest, just after the fall of the communist regime. The festival was at first a gathering of Romanian productions from ...
By Judith Staines
Complicite producer Judith Dimant describes the long process of setting up a tour of their theatre production about Indian mathematician, Ramanujan, to Mumbai.