East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.

Performing arts critics and curators: EEPAP residency - Lublin Theatre Confrontations


International Festival KONFRONTACJE TEATRALNE (Lublin, Poland) is looking for a performing arts critic/curator for the 2015 EEPAP residency. Individuals from EEPAP countries are eligible. 

Duration: 11 days

Dates: October 9 to 19, 2015

Profile: performing arts critic, curator

Responsibilities: participating in the Festival activities; contributing to the critical coverage of the Festival events (reviews, interviews); submitting a written critical review of the Festival after the residency/internship is completed
Eligibility: proficiency in English or/and Polish is required. 

This year's festival themes are: 

1. The political dimension of art. Also of the censored one. We will present distinctly political, critical artists that force to think and open new contexts but at the same time we will reveal the social and economic context of their work.

2. Performing arts. For yet another time we will invite Lublin’s audience to performances that broaden the theatre formula in a fascinating, surprising way, offer a new way of thinking about theatre language, thus questioning the model of dramatic, repertoir theatre as the only one possible.

3. Independence. Theatre Confrontations were founded 20 years ago as a festival of independent, avant-garde, searching theatre. What is independence today? Independence from what, whom? An alternative to what we want to create today?

More information on the festival here.

Detailed information on all EEPAP residencies here.