February 2011

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Artmedia - Physical Theatre News - February 2011

    Workshops and Festivals, Accademia dell’Arte in Arezzo, Italy 

   March Clown Retreat with Alan Clay, Wanganui, New Zealand
   3-Week Clown Summer School, Jan 2012, Wanganui, NZ

    Academy of the Impossible with Philippe Genty Company, France 
    Total Theatre 3-Month Physical Theatre Course, Western Australia

   Urgently Seeking Living Statues for Dunedin Fringe Festival, New Zealand
   'How to Register' events for Adelaide and Edinburgh Fringes 2012, Aus     
   Auditions for aerialists, Air Born Aerial Arts, Fayetteville, NC, USA
   Family Entertainers Contest, Ogden Fun Days Summer Festival, USA   
   Call for Submissions, Stockholm Fringe Festival, Sweden
   Minifest International Summer School for Street Arts, Cumbria, UK
   Professional Dance Classes with DV8 Physical Theatre, London, UK
   Seminar on Performing Arts Touring, Nouveau Clown Institute, Spain

    Newsletter Advertising and Subscriptions

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Welcome to the February 2011 edition of the Artmedia physical theatre news, your e-publication with an Australasian focus and a global perspective, now in its tenth year and reaching over 2,500 subscribers. This newsletter has now become an occasional publication, which we put out when there is demand from Sponsors and Feature advertisers and we invite you to support the publication by promoting your work.

In the Sponsorship this month we welcome Accademia dell’Arte in Arezzo, Italy. They offer undergraduate, graduate and professional experiences, working within an environment dedicated to training, researching and experimenting. They have a range of courses including circus arts, Commedia dell'Arte, dance performance, theatre and music. Find out about the many training and study opportunities on offer in a variety of spectacular settings.

A big hello to those gathering in Levin for the NZ juggling Convention starting tomorrow and in Adelaide for the Fringe Festival, which kicks off on Friday.  If you're in Adelaide but not performing this year, we have information in the Networking on a 'how to register' event for next year's festival and also one for all those who want to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe. 

In the Playspace section, there are still one or two places available on the 5-day Clown Retreat in Wanganui the week after next, so take the opportunity to develop your clown tool kit, or take the leap into an artform that you've always wanted to develop. This will be the last 5-day workshop I will run, as I am launching a new 3-week Clown Summer School to be held in Wanganui in January 2012. More info below.

My book on modern clown, Angel's Can Fly , has just been released as an eBook for the Apple iPad and is available through the iBooks app at iTunes. I recommend this version as this gives you the best value product and the most versatile reading experience of any format, as it is searchable, has a detailed contents and contains links between pre-requisite and co-requisite exercises.  Angels Can Fly is also available as an ebook for the Kobo reader.

In the Features, the world renowned Philippe Genty Company is opening an International Academy for Visual Theatre in Paris in the European fall. Initiated by Philippe Genty and Mary Underwood, it will be called the 'Academy of the Impossible'.  This nine month course based in Paris will provide interdisciplinary tools for the experienced performer.

Also featured is Total Theatre, now celebrating 10 years, who are currently holding 2nd round auditions for their 3-month intensive beginning in April, which is directed by Annie Stainer. With Steven Berkoff as patron, the course offers comprehensive physical theatre training in Perth, with some of the best specialist teachers and practitioners.

In Networking we have information on work for six Living Statues at the Dunedin Fringe Festival in New Zealand. The 'Still Life at the Station' event is March 19th, so if you're interested, get in contact immediately.

In the US, Air Born Aerial Arts is holding open auditions for aerialists and ground acts in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Georgia for ongoing gigs in those regions. Auditions will be held March 20th or you can submit a video. In Iowa, the Ogden Fun Days Summer Festival is holding a Family Entertainers Contest June 18th. There is no fee, but registration numbers are limited to 30.

The Stockholm Fringe Festival (STOFF) is calling for submissions from emerging artists. They are looking for work that explores the possibilities of theatre, performance and installation making. The Swedish festival kicks off August 22nd and the application deadline is March 20th.

In the UK, the Minifest for Street Arts in Cumbria is holding a 10 day "International Summer School for Street Arts" that starts August 27th. And from February 7 to June 9th, DV8 Physical Theatre is opening up their morning classes during the rehearsal period for their new production. These classes are for dancers with strong technique and applications for each class will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.

In Catalonia, the Nouveau Clown Institute is holding a seminar on "Tips and Tools for Accessing the International Performing Arts Touring Market". This unique seminar is being presented (in English only) by David Berga on February 21.  

We aim to provide an avenue of communication for the physical theatre community, so promote your event or project by taking a Feature or a Sponsorship in this newsletter, and please also forward this to someone else who may be interested.

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Sponsor: Accademia dell'Arte, Arezzo, Italy   

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Accademia dell’Arte is a vibrant community of performing artists, musicians, scholars and students located in Arezzo, Italy. Accademia offers undergraduate, graduate and professional experiences, working within an environment dedicated to training, researching and experimenting. Check out some of our upcoming programs, workshops and festivals:
Summer Arts Program (June 1 - July 13, 2011) provides conservatory-style immersion in digital filmmaking, theatre, dance or music. Students live, eat and study in the spectacular Villa Godiola, a sixteenth century Renaissance structure overlooking the hills of Tuscany and the city of Arezzo. Application deadline: March 15th.
Master of Fine Arts Program in Physical Theatre at Accademia dell'Arte is a –year program offered in partnership with Mississippi University for Women. The training includes Circus Arts, Commedia dell'Arte, Music, Voice and Dance in Torino, Milano, Arezzo, and Berlin. For audition information please visit: http://dellarte.it/

The inaugural
CrisisArt Festival will take place this summer, July 16 – 21. We are now accepting applications for this 5-day international, interactive festival, combining a diverse range of performance, workshops and artistic exchange for emerging artists.  The festival is co-organized by Accademia dell'Arte and London Metropolitan University.
Each summer, Accademia dell'Arte hosts the
University of California, Irvine Summer Session (July 25 - August 27 2011) in Italy. Students explore Commedia dell'Arte, art history, Italian language or creative drawing courses, and go on several excursions throughout the area. Students must enroll for this program directly through UCI. 
Undergraduate Study Abroad Semesters at Accademia combine an intensive Italian language program and academic studies with a of high level theatre, music and dance performance training. Our commitment is to approach the notion of artist in a holistic and comprehensive manner, combining rigorous technical training with the aim of achieving an overall synergy of skills that will help to develop students both professionally and personally. Deadline for Fall 2011: March 15th. Check out a video of what's been happening so far this semester at ADA:
If you have any inquiries about these programs, want to get involved, or know of anyone who might be interested please contact Kali Quinn, Program & Marketing Coordinator at kquinn@dell-arte.org or 011.716.440.7591. You can also check out the website at http://www.dell-arte.org/

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Playspace: Clown Retreat with Alan Clay - Wanganui, New Zealand

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This month we launch a new 3-week Clown Summer School to be held in Wanganui in January next year. There are one or two places still available on the last 5-day retreat, so take the opportunity to develop your clown tool kit, or take the leap into an artform that you've always wanted to develop.
"The challenge with teaching clown is to achieve as much as possible in the short time available and many clown teachers use a cathartic breakthrough style.
"When I developed my five day workshop series, my aim was to provide students with a series of tools, which they could use in performance situations, thereby empowering them to explore the art form through working in front of an audience.
"I am now launching a new 3-week Clown Summer School to be held in Wanganui in January 2012. In this course I am keen to not only give students the tools to work with, but also the opportunity to practice those skills, so they become more second nature."  --Alan Clay

Clown Retreat March 2011
Tuesday March 1st to Saturday March 5th (5 days) 10am to 4pm each day.

Reconnect with the playful, inquisitive, cheeky, clown spirit in a beautiful outdoor setting, overlooking the mouth of the Wanganui river. Following the last two clown retreats in Wanganui, we find that the relaxed atmosphere and secluded environment means that students get more out of the contact hours and can also process and discuss the work outside of the class. 
The fees include six nights accommodation with kitchen facilities. The Clown Retreat will be held in a secluded studio within reach of breathtaking west coast beaches, bush walks and jet boat or canoe expeditions, but still handy to good coffee and all the facilities. The workshop is aimed at those with a professional interest in clown. It is suitable both for beginners and for those with experience, and it functions best with this mix in the class. There will be a minimum of four and maximum of eight on the workshop.

NZ$650, including 6 nights accommodation with kitchen facilities. (All fees and deposits are non-refundable) email: clown@artmedia.com.au to hold a place or make enquiries about this workshop. 

Clown Summer School January 2012   
10am - 4pm Monday to Friday, January 23rd - February 10th (no training on weekends, but participants will have use of studio)

Modern clown is less character based and more interactive than traditional clown, it is less about hiding behind make-up and more about revealing our true selves, and less about routine based entertainment and more about spontaneous artistic expression. We need training and tools to facilitate these new skills in our work, and this workshop aims to give participants a way of working which supports this process. 

NZ$1100 Price Buster (by August 31st)  NZ$1300 Earlybird (by November 1st) and NZ$1600 Full. Includes 20 nights accommodation (from January 22nd - February 10th inclusive) with kitchen facilities. (All fees and deposits are non-refundable) email: clown@artmedia.com.au to hold a place or make enquiries about this workshop. 

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Feature: Academy of the Impossible - Philippe Genty Company, Fall 2011 - Paris, France

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ACADEMY OF THE IMPOSSIBLE - the impossible, one possibility among others...
Initiated by Philippe Genty and Mary Underwood, the Philippe Genty Company is opening an International Academy for Visual Theatre in Paris  in the fall of this year. 

The Academy of the Impossible proposes complementary training for confirmed performers, providing interdisciplinary tools to create a visual theatrical language: acting, dance/movement, object manipulation and voice/music. The work encourages artists to develop their personal resources through listening, conviction, impulse, fixed points, dissociation, distancing, improvisation, memory, relation to object & material and occupation of space.

Based in Paris, it is a nine months course with a minimum of twenty hours per week. Mornings will be devoted to physical warm-ups, followed by acting techniques or exploratory work. The Academy's studio will be available in the afternoons to those students eager to explore further. A basic knowledge of French is preferable.
For more information (details about the course, the staff, admission requirements, costs) please contact Eric de Sarria at cie.philgenty@free.fr 

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Feature: Total Theatre – 3-Month Physical Theatre Training, April 2011 - Western Australia

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Total Theatre Mosman Park, Western Australia
Director – International Performer Annie Stainer
Patron – Steven Berkoff

Are you looking for a comprehensive training in Physical Theatre? Then why not come to Perth. Total Theatre (established in 2002) is now one of Australia’s leading training centres for those wishing to pursue a career in Physical Theatre, bringing together some of the best specialist teachers and practitioners of the profession and delivering a well rounded high calibre training.
In 2011 we are celebrating 10 years! And once again we are pleased to be offering our popular 3-month intensive Physical Theatre training (beginning April 2011). This course includes: Acting, Mime, Dance, Feldenkrais, Improvisation, Circus Arts, Aerial Skills, Voice, Singing, Stage Combat, Martial Arts, Commedia dell’Arte and How to Market Yourself. Training is 3 days per week (Mon – Wed), 9.30am – 5pm.

This is a unique opportunity for those wishing to take advantage of this popular training in a more condensed form than our one-year course (or for those wishing to short-cut their training in order to enter, more readily, the performance industry).
We are currently holding 2nd round auditions for our 3-month course so if you are interested, please contact Sophie on 08 9385 4211 or
sophie@totaltheatre.com.au. But hurry as places are limited! Details and application forms are available at www.totaltheatre.com.au

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Feature: Angels Can Fly, a Modern Clown User Guide - now available for the iPad and Kobo readers

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Angel's Can Fly has just been released for the Apple iPad and is available through the iBooks app at iTunes. (ISBN: 9780957884489) We recommend purchasing the book for the iPad as this gives you the best value product and the most versatile reading experience. The ebook costs only US$9.99 and is searchable with links between pre-requisite and co-requisite exercises. The ebook can also be purchased for the Kobo reader in New Zealand through Whitcoulls or in Australia through Borders or Angus & Robertson. 
Angels Can Fly is now in use in the drama departments of over 100 Australian high schools and has started to make its way into US and UK universities. This is a textbook for a fast changing art form, as clown escapes from the circus to perform in theatres and streets. The traditional approach to teaching clown is routine or gag based and this sits uncomfortably both with the teaching practices in modern performing arts education and with today's audiences.
This book includes a total of 50 practical clown exercises appropriate for workshops or performance, developed by Alan Clay through 30 years of teaching. Specific prerequisites to any exercise are detailed in each chapter.
There are warm-up and introductory exercises in the early chapters, mid-session or mid-course exercises in the middle chapters, and more performance-oriented exercises, and relaxation exercises, in the final chapters. The exercises have all been coded for individual exploration, for work in pairs, for workshop use, or for use in a performance setting, or for some combination of these.  

You can find the paperback on Amazon by following this link: http://tinyurl.com/9nrwj And check out more information at:  www.alanclay.com

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"Living Statues Needed, Dunedin Fringe Festival, New Zealand. March 19th. 'Still Life at the Station' needs 6 living statues to perform at this promotional event for the Dunedin Fringe Festival 2011. Dunedin’s most famous landmark, the Railway Station, will be the setting for intriguing sculptures otherwise known as human statues. Living monuments are a world-wide phenomenon and one of the most popular forms of busking. Requiring skill, determination and a steely gaze these artists are a sight to behold. Still Life at the Station - 19 March 2011, Dunedin Railway Station/Otago Farmers’ Market, Anzac Ave, 9:00am-12:00 noon. If you would like to perform in this event, please email us an image of your character, a short bio, your full contact details and how much you charge. Please visit our web site for contact details. Beginners are welcome to apply." Paul Smith, Director, Dunedin Fringe Festival. Find a link to Dunedin Fringe Festival under Festivals at:  http://www.artmedia.com.au/links9.htm

"If you're in Adelaide for the Fringe Festival which starts on Friday and you're not performing this year, but want to perform next year, the fringe has an event at 2:30 on Sat February 26 in the Fringe Club Rymill Park to find out how to register for the Adelaide Fringe 2012. Representatives from the Artist Services team at the fringe will be on hand to answer all of your questions. The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is also coming to Adelaide and you can find out how to be part of the largest arts festival on the planet at 3:30pm on February 24th in the Green Room at the Adelaide Town Hall. For more information, visit the Adelaide Fringe Festival web site." Festival Team, Adelaide Fringe Festival. Find links to the Adelaide Fringe Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival under Festivals at:  http://www.artmedia.com.au/links9.htm 

"Auditions for aerialists, Air Born Aerial Arts, Fayetteville, NC, USA. Sunday, March 20th, 4pm -7 pm. Air Born Aerial Arts is holding an open audition for aerialists & ground acts in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Georgia, who are interested in being booked as an independent contractor with our agency and for ongoing gigs in those regions. Please bring a full piece on apparatus of your choice (ground acts welcomed!). Each piece should be performed in costume and with music exactly as the artist intends to perform when hired out. These apparatus are available for use in the space: Tissue (25 ft height) non-stretch; Tissue (15 ft height) low-stretch; Static Trapeze; Doubles Trapeze; Dance Trapeze; Cord de Lisse; Spanish Web; Hammock; Doubles Hammock; Straps; Aerial Net. We're also happy to rig anything you bring. Contact Linsey Lindberg to schedule a specific audition time. If you are too far away to easily travel to the audition, please submit a video of your act. Address provided upon request. Hope to see you there! Please feel free to pass this audition notice along to anyone you think would be interested!" Linsey Lindberg, Air Born Aerial Arts. Email: airbornaerials@yahoo.com. Find a link to Air Born Aerial Arts under Aerial Theatre at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links5.htm 

"Entertainers Contest, Ogden Fun Days, Iowa, USA. June 18th. This is an early heads up for an event my company the Funny Farm is organizing in conjunction with my hometown's summer festival. Family Entertainers Contest is being held June 18 in Ogden, Iowa. Come have fun with everyone! And if you are funny win some money. No registration fee! Compete in one two or all three divisions: Paradeability (4:30 pm); Walk-Around / Strolling; Stage. Judges are interested in Entertainment and Funny. All contestants will be scored equitably and evenly, if you compete in one or all three divisions (there is a slight mathematical advantage to competing in multiple categories). If you are a magician, clown, balloonist, ventriloquist, face painter, story teller, juggler, unicyclist or wood carver that gets laughs when you do what you do..... you are who should be here! Educational opportunity following contest. Come have fun with everyone! No Registration Fee. Only accepting 30 registrations." Toby Kid, Funny Farm. Find a to Ogden Fun Days under Festivals at: 

"Call for proposals from emerging artists, Stockholm Fringe Festival , Sweden. Application deadline 20 March. Festival  22-28 August 2011. After an explosive launch in 2010 we are excited to announce that Stockholm’s very own fringe fest now is welcoming submissions for its 2nd year! Stockholm Fringe Fest (Stoff) is a festival that aims to support and promote cutting edge theatre and performance making. Stoff are looking for proposals from emerging artists whose work challenges and questions conventional artistic forms to perform at Stoff 22-28 August 2011! Stoff welcome applications from both groups and individuals whose work concerns and explores the possibilities of theatre, performance and installation making. All applicants have to complete an application form along with submitting visual material of their work before 20 March 2011. For more information and to download an application form, please go to our web site." Team Stoff, Stockholm Fringe Festival. Find a link to Stoff under Festivals at:  http://www.artmedia.com.au/links9.htm

"Minifest International Summer School for Street Arts, Cumbria, UK. August 27th - September 5th. This year the course has been extended to 10 days and will take place from 27 August to 5 September 2011. This is an opportunity for new and emerging street artists to work with a leading national/ international street artist on a show that they will then perform at Mintfest2011. Go to our web site to join the mailing list and we mail you full info as soon as it is ready." Jenny, Minifest Crew. Find a link to Minifest for Street Arts under Training at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links7.htm

"Professional Dance Classes, DV8 Physical Theatre, London, UK. February 7 - June 9th. We will be opening up the company’s morning classes during the rehearsal period for our new production, Can We Talk About This. Limited spaces will be available Monday-Friday between 7th February and 9th June at a cost of £5 per class. All classes will be held at Toynbee Studios from 10-11.15am and will be taught by contemporary and classical teachers. Please note: Classes are only suitable for professional dancers with strong technique. If you would like to attend a class, please send an email, with a copy of your CV and a link to some footage of yourself dancing that clearly demonstrates your technical ability. Applications for each class will be accepted from the Monday of the previous week on a first come, first served basis. We will then inform you as soon as possible by email or telephone if there is a place available for you in the class. If you would like any more information, please visit our web site." Lloyd Newson, Director, DV8 Physical Theatre.  Find a link to DV8 Physical Theatre under Physical Theatre at:  http://www.artmedia.com.au/links4.htm

"Seminar on Touring Performing Arts, Nouveau Clown Institute, Granollers, Catalonia. February 21, 2011. The Nouveau Clown Institute wishes to invite you to a unique seminar presented by David Berga called "Tips and Tools for Accessing the International Performing Arts Touring Market". The seminar is designed as a catalyst to assist emerging artists/companies in developing or expanding their global foundation and international marketing. Aspiring young artists, new companies and established ones encountering recurrent problems finding their way out there will benefit from his shared experience and the advice Mr. Berga offers. During the second hour of the seminar there will be an open forum to provide guests attending the possibility to ask questions specific to your situation/company. This will give Mr. Berga an opportunity to address your specific concerns more thoroughly. The seminar will be held Monday February 21, 2011 at the Nouveau Clown Institute from 18:00 to 20:00. The cost is 50 Euro’s and the seminar will be in English only. Please find more detailed information on our web site." Jango Edwards, Nouveau Clown Institute. Find a link to Nouveau Clown Institute under Training at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links7.htm

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