Media release 28.1.2021
“At the core of faith there is always a greater narrative that places us in the universe.”
Face to Faith is an international cooperation project aiming to understand the diverse meanings of faith in European societies. 7 project partners – international theatres and festivals from the Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Italy, Israel, Poland and Ukraine – will investigate “faith” through conferences and performance arts productions.
ANTI – Contemporary Art Festival is a proud partner of this 2-year-long project, co-funded by the European Union’s Creative Europe Programme. Read more about the project below.
We now invite all interested artists from all backgrounds to propose new project ideas related to the topic of faith.
The Face to Faith project involves producing 7 new performance productions, with each of the 7 project partners managing one of the productions. After the premiere held by the producing partner organisation, the project will tour each production in at least one other Face to Faith partner city. The productions will premier between October 2021 and September 2022.
Submitting a proposal
The proposal deadline is: 7 March 2021 (midnight CET time)
Read the full application guidelines (link) on the Face to Faith project page and make sure that your proposal fits the idea and conditions of the project.
Submit an application to one of the 7 Face to Faith partners using an electronic form. Links to the electronic application forms can be found in each organisation’s announcement (on the project page).
See here how to submit application for ANTI Festival!
The questions of equality, diversity and anti-racism are a fixed part of our curatorial process. We particularly encourage artists with diverse and marginalised backgrounds to submit their proposals to us!
FACE TO FAITH 2020-2023
FACE TO FAITH is a larger scale cooperation project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. The project runs from September 2020 till February 2023 and aims to understand the diverse meanings of faith in European societies through conferences and performance arts productions.
The project consortium includes seven international theatres and festivals:
ANTI – Contemporary Art Festival (Finland)
Divadlo pod Palmovkou (Czech Republic)
Gesher Theatre (Israel)
Jam Factory Art Center (Ukraine)
Sommerblut Kulturfestival eV (coordinator, Germany)
Teatro dei Venti (Italy)
Teatr Powszechny (Poland)
For further information, contact Elisa Itkonen, firstname.lastname@example.org, +358 50 305 2005