The Library of Performing Rights: call for submissions

A unique collection of resources that examine the intersection between performance and Human Rights roves the World.

The Library of Performing Rights will tour to Brazil and Latin America in 2012/13 and we are seeking submissions of new materials in all languages for this.

More information on The Library of Performing Rights

English language: download the Call for Submissions. PDF document.

English language: download the Authorization for donated material. Word document.

Portugese language: download the Call for Submissions. PDF document.

Portugese language: download the Authorization for donated material. Word document.

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Part of Performing Rights

An ongoing programme of events examining the intersection between performance and Human Rights

Performing Rights

An ongoing programme of events examining the intersection between performance and Human Rights

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Performing Rights Glasgow

Performances, presentations, discussions, screenings, and interventions around ideas of performance and human rights at the NRLA.

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Performing Rights: Encuentro, Montreal

The Library of Performing Rights featured at the Hemispheric Institute’s Encuentro 2014.

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The Library of Performing Rights on Tour

An ever expanding collection of resources on performance and Human Rights.

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The LIFT Long Table on Performing Rights

An experimental discussion format led by Lois Weaver on relations between performance and human rights.

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Also

Labour Practices: Ethics of Service and Ideas of Labour in Performance

A panel on the ways artists use ideas of service and labour as creative strategies as part of At Your Service.

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LADA at Hackney WickEd 2014

a pop-up Study Room as part of the Hackney Wicked Art Festival

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Activations London and Liverpool, October 2004

Launching Live: Art and Performance and The Performance Pack at Tate Modern and Tate Liverpool.

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Floating Cinema – A Smaller Sound, A Bigger Crowd

A film and performance by Ian Giles telling the story of The Docklands Bell

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East End Collaborations

A range of support structures for graduates and emerging artists working with Live Art.

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Documenting Live!

A major new publication on the representations of cultural difference in performance.

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Critical Practice 6

A debate organised by Total Theatre.

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Ongoing

Library of Performing Rights

The Library of Performing Rights is available as a place of action, a place of knowledge exchange, a repository of experience, and a context that others can use to support and advance their own work both at LADA and elsewhere.

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