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practical information

How does attending our MINI-ICAF work?

If you attend our free online event, you virtually join a variety of activities from the comfort of your home: from in-depth conversations, online consultation sessions, a dance workshop to a participatory film workshop, a community arts performance fully created on ZOOM, film screenings followed by after-talks with the creators and more! Our ‘home base’ is a relaxed living room setting that we have set up in both Rotterdam and Singapore.

 

Explore the programme and register for workshops!
From in-depth conversations and dance & film workshops to a community arts performance fully created on ZOOM: you can explore the full programme here. Almost everything will be broadcasted live on VIMEO, Facebook and/or Youtube (depending on the programme-item).

 

How does attending our MINI-ICAF work?
There are two ways of attending the festival: as an observer/audience member through livestream and/or as a ZOOM participant. To watch the livestream you don’t have to register. To participate in a ZOOM workshop you do need to register (there is a limited capacity, so make sure you register on time!)

Prepare yourself for a digital experience in which we will do everything we can to inject the warmth that we normally generate ‘live’ at a regular ICAF, as if we were visiting you straight into your living room…

 

ORGANISATION
The International Community Arts Festival is a production of Rotterdams Wijktheater (Rotterdam Community Theatre) in association with Islemunda. ICAF receives structural funding from the Netherlands Fund for Cultural Participation and Arts and Culture Divison of the City of Rotterdam. For MINI ICAF we are also grateful for the additional subsidy we have received from the Netherlands Performing Arts Fund, VSB Fund, Prince Claus Fund, Elise Mathilde Fund, and Prince Bernard Culture Fund.

Special thanks to:
Drama Box and Islemunda