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The Nature of Us
Artists-in-residence Opportunities.
Research Sessions For Performance Projects about the Natural World.
Are you working on a movement or body-based performance project in 2021 or 2022 confronting art practices with concerns about the environment and you are working and living in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland or Slovakia? If so, our Nature of Us open call is for you! Sign up right now.
DEADLINE: Application will close on 20th June 2021 at midnight.
Applicants should choose artistic research sessions outside their own country.
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Save the dates! We shifted the 6th edition of Prague’s Bazaar Festival dance and theatre from spring to autumn because of the Covid restrictions: the new dates are Oct. 20th to Nov. 1st, 2020. You can now purchase a festival pass, which will allow you to enter at the all festival events (except the workshop). You can buy a festival pass on GoOut or in the "tickets" section. We look forward to seeing you!

Dear Bazaar Festival Friends, we’ve got some bad news and some good news. Bad news: Due to a State of Emergency being declared in the Czech Republic we’ve decided to postpone most of the festival until autumn. Good news: A core event of our festival, the SATURDAY BAZAAR will be LIVESTREAMED at its originally scheduled time!!!   BE THERE, WITH US, LIVE!   The Saturday Bazaar Lives On! For details on the streaming event please keep an eye on our Facebook.   BAZAAR FESTIVAL 2020 WILL

At the end of February the art symposium “Nine Lives of the Eastern Artist” will take place in Olomouc. This two-day symposium is organized by producers of Prague´s Bazaar Festival and partners from four Central European countries. Participants will discuss about current independent performing arts from east and Central Europe, influence of Western artists, organizations and founding system on “eastern” artwork. Three engaging symposium panels focussed on Love, War and Nature will show the topic from the perspective of Central and East