Open call for contributions - PARSE encourages experimental forms of research publication including artistic research and practice led research.B1-AKT //Migrant Integration Lab within the context of its global awareness campaign initiatives inspired by the Global Goals for Sustainable Development launched a grass root Public Policy/Citizens Diplomacy International awareness campaign, an open social media dialogue.The applications for the next edition of the International Meeting of Reflection on Community Artistic Practices are open until 15.03.2019International conference - Notes on Europe. The dogmatic sleep
Oporto, October 29-31, 2019. Deadline for abstract submission – April 5, 2019The African Art in Venice Forum presents its second edition on 7-9 May 2019.
In line with the Forum’s vision of inclusivity and accessibility, a Kickstarter campaign has been launched on March 18 for the development of a digital platform to livestream the event.Festival Visions d'exil - Multidisciplinary festival of agency of artists in exile - the 3rd edition will happen from 01.11 to 30.11.2019CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
International Summer School
Performing Arts and Migration. Theories and Practices for Inclusive Cities
June 09-14 | Arena del Sole Theatre, BolognaThe cultural association Maison Ventidue opens the doors of L'Appartamento to artists, curators, critics and researchers.
Closing of the call for proposals on February 25th.Interviews by Julia Flamingo, MA student of Culture Studies in The Lisbon Consortium Faculty of Human Sciences Universidade Católica Portuguesa to Luísa Santos and Joana Patrão in the frame of "Céu de Sal, Sal da Terra".A series of online talks, lectures and meetings streamed on Facebook and Youtube Channels featuring international scholars, curators and artists, in the frame of Atlas of Transitions Biennale 2020.This site is intended as a free resource for students, teachers, academics, and others interested in social theory and wishing to understand it in global perspective. It emerges from a long-standing concern with the parochiality of standard perspectives on social theory and seeks to provide an introduction to a variety of theorists and theories from around the world.
The site is organised by Gurminder K Bhambra with web design and support by Pat Lockley.The French festival "Images de Migrations; des films et des chercheurs" will take place in October in Aubervilliers, Bagnolet, Calais, Clermont-Ferrand, Marseille, Paris and Romainville. It is promoted by l’Institut Convergences Migrations – CNRS.Conversations From Calais aims to re-humanise those affected by the refugee crisis by using public space to share conversations volunteers have had with migrants met in Calais. It is a way of bearing witness for the thousands of displaced people stuck in Calais and trying to reach the UK, whose voices are so often silenced or ignored.The Colonial legacies in times of ‘Black Lives Matter’ special issue is promoted by the Presidency of the CES Scientific Board and aims to make visible the knowledge produced and the social struggles that combine reflections on the past with anti-colonial and anti-racist horizons.