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Call for Proposals – Artist-Investigator Project Performance Art – due 12-3-12

The Triangle Lab Announces a Call for Proposals

The Artist-Investigator Project offers funding to ten artists to conduct experiments in creating new kinds of performances.

Our communities are changing, the ways we engage with culture are changing, and our art-making is changing too. We want to learn from artists how you envision the performances of the future.

You’ll lay out your experiment in our short application form. We’ll ask you to choose either a HOW or a WHERE focus. ”HOW” Experiments should explore a particular method of making work. “WHERE” Experiments should explore a particular place (real or virtual) where you’d like your work to take place. There must be a performative component to either the process or product of your experiment and your experiment should clearly articulate who (audience, community) will be part of making/experiencing the work and how that work will take place.

Artists of all disciplines are encouraged to apply. Our full RFP and short application form can be downloaded here: Artist-Investigator RFP. The application deadline is December 3rd, 2012

Questions? Email Triangle Lab Director Rebecca Novick at rnovick (at)

What’s the Triangle Lab? A joint program of Intersection for the Arts and California Shakespeare Theater, the Triangle Lab is investigating how more people can participate in theater-making in more and different ways. We’re a lab because we’re experimenting, and a triangle because we’re interested in the power of art made in the intersections between arts organizations, artists, and communities.

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