The Polish Journal of Aesthetics invites submissions for the volume ‘Improvisation in contemporary art’ devoted to the contemporary approach to improvisation.
They invite submissions from theoreticians in all areas of art, and researchers studying models of activity, as well as from practitioners – artists who are actively involved in improvisation within the framework of their activities.
The IICSI and Coastal Jazz invite proposals for papers and presentations for our eleventh colloquium in Vancouver, British Columbia—Agile Futures: Approaching Improvisation.
The Westben Centre for Connection & Creativity invites creative risk-takers whose practice involves a combination of both composition and performance to their Performer-Composer Residency (happening in July 2019) in Canada’s Northumberland County.
Confederation Centre of the Arts and The Charlottetown Festival invites young people from across the country, between the ages of 18 – 30, to apply to be a part of this incredible group of young storytellers.
This is a call for AUMI users of all abilities and occupations to submit proposals with a title, brief bio of author/co-authors, and 500-word description of what you would like to write for Improvising Across Abilities.
The fourth KISMIF International Conference ‘Keep It Simple, Make It Fast! Gender, differences, identities and DIY cultures’ (KISMIF Conference 2018) welcome abstracts pertaining to a number of topics, taking into account the KISMIF 2018 themes gender, differences identities and its relation with DIY cultures. See the CFP for details.
The Open Ears Festival is thrilled to announce its 2018 composition competition for emerging composers! The festival is seeking proposals for the premiere of a piece that is to take place at Victoria Park (Kitchener, ON) during the festival (May 30-June 3, 2018).
The Centre d’Expérimentation Musicale invites creators to apply for a creative music production residency.
Applications are invited for an early career Postdoctoral Research Fellowship to undertake up to 2 years dedicated research in the VOICE Lab, University of Regina Canada situated in the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance.
Two of the International Council for Traditional Music’s study groups – Music & Gender and Music & Minorities have joined forces to organize a joint symposium and scholars are invited to send proposals.