If you're a director, actor, choreographer, dancer, or contemporary circus performer interested in the latest trends in performance, then this international conference is definitely for you! The "Performing Arts Between Tradition and Contemporaneity" conference and International physical theatre lab will be happening in Laubegg Castle - Austria from July 20-29. It's the perfect opportunity to learn about new techniques and to network with fellow artists from all over the world. So mark your calendars and start packing your bags – it's time to head to Austria for an enriching cultural experience!
Some of the topics that will be covered during the conference sessions include: theatre directing, new writing for performance, adapting classic works, choreography and composition, devising theatre, physical theatre, and applied theatre. There will also be workshops on acting and movement, as well as masterclasses with international theatre professionals. These are just a few of the many exciting things that will be happening at the conference – so make sure you don't miss out!
If you're interested in attending the conference, you can find more information on the official website. You can also register for the event online. Link: www.performingartsconference.org/main
Also you can participate as a speaker to promote themselves on the international level, building new creative collaboration networks and receiving feedback on their research from highly professional artists and practitioners. So hurry and register today!
There are many benefits to attending an academic conference like this one. For starters, you'll have the opportunity to learn about new research and developments in the field of theatre. You'll also get to network with other theatre professionals, which can lead to future collaborations. And of course, it's always valuable to get exposed to different cultures and artistic traditions. So if you're looking for an enriching and educational experience, make sure to attend the "Performing Arts Between Tradition and Contemporaneity" conference and physical theatre lab in Laubegg Castle - Austria from July 20-29!