May 6, 2022

Belgian premiere of Molly Bloom in Ghent

While writing this radical monologue one hundred years ago Joyce must have thought that ‘behind every famous man there’s a woman watching in astonishment’. Today, the aftermath of #metoo movement shows the burning necessity to create a space to talk openly about emancipation, equality and sexual freedom of women. That perspective sets a landscape for a new embodiment of Molly Bloom’s statement.
March 14, 2022


This is a time for inclusion – a time to bring people committed to equity, peace, and freedom together to fight a common enemy. Let us stand together as people who share this commitment and demand an end to the war in Ukraine. We cannot continue life as usual. It is time to speak out, act, and strengthen our bonds and alliances with each other.
March 3, 2022

Nicola Benedetti to become next Director of Edinburgh International Festival

We are thrilled to announce that world-renowned violinist, educator and arts and culture advocate Nicola Benedetti CBE becomes the Director Designate of the Edinburgh International Festival, and will become Festival Director on 1 October 2022. In taking the role she will be both the first Scottish and the first female Festival Director since the Festival began in 1947.
February 21, 2022

Open letter signed by the Slowacki Theater staff in Krakow

The Adam Mickiewicz’s Dziady /The Forefathers’ Eve, directed by Maja Kleczewska at the Slowacki Theatre in Kraków, shortly after its premiere in November 2021 became the most debated theatrical event in Poland and, even more, the public enemy of Polish political power. An open letter signed by the Slowacki Theatre collective denounces the abusive dismissal of the theatre's director as a political reaction to the performance. publishes the open letter and supports Polish artists' resistance to political interference in art.
January 15, 2022

2021 SEGAL CENTER AWARDS for Civic Engagement in the Arts

Since the outbreak of the Corona Pandemic, the Segal Theatre Center has presented a series of public talks during The Time of Corona with over 300 artists and institutions from over 50 countries. The aim of the initiatives presented were to introduce artistic projects and concepts that develop a new perspective on social and institutional developments in the field of art, especially performance art.
January 10, 2022

What is happening in Belarusian theatre now?

By publishing the following manifesto, magazine joins the international community in supporting the Belarus theatre community in their fight for the freedom of speech and against the abuses of the political power.
November 23, 2021’s International Online Theatre Festival is the second-place winner of the Culture Online International Award for “Best Online Project.”’s International Online Theatre Festival is the second-place winner of the Culture Online International Award for “Best Online Project.” In 2021, a total of 452 projects were submitted from more than 20 countries.
November 5, 2021

Mia at Here: Arts Center

Part of Staging Breast Cancer Trilogy, MIA is a multi-media installation in two parts, repeated symmetrically.
September 20, 2021

Reshaping the Art World: An Experiment in Collaborative Change-making

RESHAPE is an experimental, collaborative, bottom-up process that creates instruments for the transition towards a fairer arts ecosystem, more in tune with the evolution of society. At the heart of this research is a process involving 40 artists and art workers from across Europe and the Southern Mediterranean, engaged in collaborative work relating to major challenges of today’s arts sector.

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