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15 Feb – Deadline extended! Call for submissions 2019 ASSITEJ Magazine
The 2019 ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering will be in Kristiansand, Norway from Sep 2-7, 2019. The theme is Towards the Unknown: Confronting the Present. Submissions are open until 15 Feb. Both visuals and text should address the theme: Confronting the Present. More info.

30 Apr – Call for Performances: 20th ASSITEJ World Congress – Tokyo, Japan
Open Call for international productions for the 20th ASSITEJ World Congress / International Theatre Festival for Children and Young Audiences in Tokyo from 14 – 24 May 2020. The theme of the festival is ‘Towards the Unknown’. Applications close 30 Apr 2019. Read more.

15 Mar – Open Call: High Fest International Performing Arts 2019 – Armenia
Performing arts companies and artists are invited to present their productions in all genres of performing arts including theatre at High Fest in Yerevan Armenia from 1 – 10 Oct 2019. Applications close 15 Mar 2019. More info.

12 &13 Sep – Save the date: Youth Arts Summit 2019
National Youth Arts Summit, 12-13 Sep 2019 at Carclew, Adelaide. Day 1 will be handed over to young creatives (under 30). Day 2 is for all professional arts organisations, cultural leaders, artists, young creatives and policy makers. If you would like to be involved in a working group, contact Georgie Davill at Carclew.

1 Mar – Project & Development Grants (Individuals) – NOW OPEN
Carclew offers the following grants to early career artists aged 26 years or under. Projects: Up to $1,000. | Development: Up to $3,000. Applications close 11:59pm ACST 1 Mar 2019 for activities occurring between Jul – Dec 2019. About the grants.

26 Feb – ArtPlay Artist Learning Session: Icebreakers
Join an artist learning swap meet of icebreaker activities.5.30pm – 7.30pm on 26 Feb at Art Play, Birrarung Marr. Free, bookings essential. Book online to participate or email ArtPlay to register your interest in sharing an icebreaker activity.

29 Mar – Class Clowns 2019 – Melbourne International Comedy Festival
This program invites teens aged 14-18yrs to unleash their comic voice through storytelling, stand up, sketch or musical comedy. Registration is free and now open. State Finals to be held in March 2019, with the Grand Final in Melbourne on 29 March. Read more.

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