The SPILL National Platform – call for proposals – Open Call Closed

The SPILL National Platform offers opportunities for 35 emergent artists or companies to showcase their work at SPILL Festival of Performance in 2014.

The National Platform is aimed at artists and companies who are interested in the ‘experience’ or the ‘event’ of art and who work with ideas of ‘liveness’ and is open to emergent practitioners working in performance, sound, film, video, installation, new media/digital practices and activist practices.

More information on the Platform and application details can be found on the SPILL Festival of Performance website.

LADA is a partner on the SPILL National Platform.

Banner image credit:

Rosana Cade, ‘Walking:Holding’, SPILL Festival of Performance 2013, produced by Pacitti Company, photo by Pari Naderi.

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