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performingbordersLIVE20
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performingbordersLIVE20

A public programme focusing on the exploration of experimental and exciting artistic practices happening within the UK Live Art sector

performingborders is a curatorial research-platform that explores the relations between Live Art and notions and lived experiences of cultural, juridical, racial, gendered, class, physical, economic, and everyday borders.

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The Living Presence of Our History
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The Living Presence of Our History

Presented by Double Edge Theatre

On the history and presence of the Nipmuc and other Tribes in Ashfield and the surrounding areas.

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LA Writers Center's "Breathe"
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LA Writers Center's "Breathe"

An online play reading series designed to advance BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ stories

The LA Writers Center is proud to be a diverse organization. We have developed new work that has amplified BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ stories for almost two decades. But we can do better. We think instead of speaking, it would be better to listen. Instead of making promises, it would be best to take action. With that in mind, LAWC is partnering with HowlRound to present “Breathe” an online play reading series designed to advance these stories.

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(Re)Imagine Theater: Panel Series
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(Re)Imagine Theater: Panel Series

A panel series by Seattle Rep that brings artists and community leaders together

Without constraints, what do we want theater to look like?

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culturecapital:online
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culturecapital:online

Two players compete online for sweet art money in culturecapital, the arts economy trading card game

culturecapital is a live art project that takes the form of a collectible card game and living archive. The project is constructed from two sets of data: (1) hundreds of interviews with artists about their experiences making performance in Canada and (2) five years worth of municipal, provincial, and federal public funding data on performing arts companies. Using this information, the game strives to create a context in which players can question, understand, and celebrate how value is determined, shifted, and produced within theatre, dance, and live arts in Canada. No prior knowledge of art or games is required.

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Alchemy of the Reset
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Alchemy of the Reset

Our society is igniting the potential to leap forward. How can you engage in the reset?

Alert! Seismic shifts underway. Culture, politics, and policy are transforming in real time. In the wake of ongoing racist police violence and the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and countless others, and while we continue to face the COVID-19 crisis, our society is igniting the potential to leap forward. How can you engage in the reset? How can you support a radical reimagination of what is possible? How can you push against old structures and work to rebuild?

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Green New Theater
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Green New Theater

Bring your dinner, hold your kid, and we can all break bread together and hold space.

Green New Theatre (GNT) is a movement building tool that provides a set of actionable principles for the arts field to adapt and evolve in the face of the climate crisis. Our approach is multi-layered and emergent. It adapts for organizations and individuals at every level of production.

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Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists ConFest Virtual Series
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Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists ConFest Virtual Series

Kuʻu ʻĀina, Kuʻu Piko, Kuʻu Kahua - Return to the Source

The virtual series will explore the theme of the upcoming 7th Annual Asian American Theater Festival & Conference (ConFest) “Kuʻu ʻĀina, Kuʻu Piko, Kuʻu Kahua - Return to the Source” in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi in May 2021, which centers the voices of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander theater practitioners, and will feature the thriving theater community of Hawaiʻi, where Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander faces on stage are the norm, not the exception.

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PWC Summer In Conversation Series
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PWC Summer In Conversation Series

With Playwrights' Center Minneapolis

Gain insight and knowledge through these candid discussions where you'll have the opportunity to not only hear from some of our leading artists as they discuss our world today and new ways of thinking about writing and theater, but also ask questions.

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ArtsEquator's Burning Questions
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ArtsEquator's Burning Questions

Now more than ever, we need artists to challenge assumptions and imagine new futures.

This series of four talks, organised by ArtsEquator, attempts to ask some big questions. Being in the middle of an unpredictable global crisis precludes easy answers. Burning Questions offers a space for regional voices to dialogue and discuss some of the unasked questions facing the arts community.

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