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Community arts organizations from around the world keep us updated on their projects

6 Dec 2019, 23:35

Hoy viernes..

By: teatrolineasomb

4 Dec 2019, 17:32

RT @BernardineEvari: Pls RT: The @BBC described me yesterday as 'another author' apropos @TheBookerPrizes 2019. How quickly & casually they…

By: sheilpreston

3 Dec 2019, 22:19

Thanks Syed! Grateful to be included in your very generous #GivingTuesday ✨✨✨✨

By: forkliftdance




We're excited to share that you can now register for an early bird ticket
for ICAF 2020. This edition, themed VISION, we are bringing together artists
from Australia, Pakistan, China, India, Portugal, Mexico, Honduras, Morocco,
Cyprus, Greece, Poland, USA, and many more. In the eccentric city of Rotterdam
they will show the potential of art to surprise, inspire and connect people across
borders, cultures and languages. Go to the ticket page for information on the festival
packages & special discount and send an e-mail to to book your
early bird ticket. 



27 November 2019

Corporación Humor y Vida [‘humor and life’] is composed of women artists from Ecuador and Colombia. They work on the contested borderlands between their two countries, …

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**6th HIGH LIGHT OF ICAF 2020**

26 November 2019

Museu dos meninos (MdM), ‘Museum of Children’, is a transdisciplinary arts project that involves mapping and the collection and preservation of narratives and memories …

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**5th HIGH LIGHT OF ICAF 2020**

23 October 2019

Cardboard Citizens is UK’s leading Theatre of the Oppressed organisation founded by theatre director Adrian Jackson who is still the head of the organisation. Adrian was a student of Augusto Boal …

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**4th HIGH LIGHT OF ICAF 2020**

23 October 2019

Maati TV is a web based interactive video platform aimed at creating an alternative narrative of Pakistan that promotes peace, tolerance and democracy. The organisation - run by a young female …

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**3rd HIGH LIGHT OF ICAF 2020**

16 September 2019

Amparo González Sola (Argentina) - workshop

Dance as a relational practice: exploring reciprocity

Amparo is a choreographer, dancer, teacher, activist, and researcher from Argentina. …

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Remembering Marcia… Tim Prentki

11 September 2019

A few weeks ago, Dr. Marcia Pompeo, sadly passed away. She was one of the pioneering scholars and practitioners of community theatre in Brazil. In May 2016, when …

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