Asian Performing Arts Camp invites performing arts practitioners to join its online camp

As part of Tokyo Festival Farm 2022, the two-month online art camp will feature performing arts practitioners from across Asia.

KUCHING (June 9): Asian Performing Arts Camp, which runs from August 3 to October 19, is now open for registration through an international open call.

As part of Tokyo Festival Farm 2022, the two-month online art camp will feature performing arts practitioners from across Asia.

This year’s Asian Performing Arts Camp will address the important keywords of “Performing Hybridity” and “Prototyping Trans-time” to better understand the emerging dynamics of international collaboration due to virtual possibilities that challenge the boundaries of international borders and time zones.

These arts practitioners will bring together ideas and themes relevant to their work, cultivating their area of ​​practice through collaborative discussion and research.

Directors, choreographers, playwrights, playwrights (literary advisor or editor in a theater, opera or film company), producers or any artist who works closely with the performing arts are encouraged to apply.

The online program will be conducted in English and participation is free.

Participants will be accompanied by hosts Yamaguchi Keiko and James Harvey Estrada on their journey of investigating the possibilities of collaborations that transcend national borders and cultures.

The artistic camp will end with an online presentation by the participants, allowing them to share the progress of their research with the general public.

The deadline to apply is June 27 at 5 p.m. The result of the initial selection will be communicated by e-mail by July 6, followed by the final selection interview via Zoom which will take place from July 11 to 13.

For full camp details, entry requirements and application process, click https://tinyurl.com/tff2022camp.