FADO E-LIST (July 2017)


1. WORKSHOP: Creative Juice for the BodyBrain: An embodied strategy think tank
Dates: July 2 & 9, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: lo bil


Deadline date: July 13, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: hub14

3. EVENT: Love-In
Date: July 6–7 & 13–14, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: Love-In

4. CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Toronto Arts Council's Animating Historic Sites
Deadline: July 17, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada: Source: Erika Hennebury


Deadline: July 20, 2017; City: Vaughan, Canada; Source: I.AM

6. CALL FOR PERFORMERS: Will Kwan / Nuit Blanche @ AGO

Deadline date: July 28, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: Maya Wilson-Sanchez

7. WORKSHOP: Performance Art Workshop with Sandra Johnston
Date: July 31–August 8, 2017; City: Oberhausen, Germany; Source: PAErsche

8. EVENT: GHOST DAYS / Terrance Houle with Simla Civelek
Date: August 13, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: SummerWorks


Deadline date: August 15, 2017; City: Düsseldorf, Germany; Source: VestAndPage

10. CALL FOR APPLICATION: Body Mapping Lab – Embodiment and Performance Practices 

Deadline date: August 15, 2017; City; Berlin, Germany; Source: Nathalie Fari




1. WORKSHOP: Creative Juice for the BodyBrain: An embodied strategy think tank
Dates: July 2 & 9, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: lo bil



Creative Juice for the BodyBrain: “An embodied strategy think tank”


July 2, 4–7pm / Parkdale Prana Room, 1273A Queen St West, M6K 1L4 

July 9, 12–3pm / Intergalactic Arts Collective, 180 Shaw Street, M6J 2W5

Cost:  $20-40/per session, sliding scale. Feel free to join us for one session or both.

Registration: email lo bil at lbil@rogers.com


Performance art as a wily way to devolve research proposals into unpredictable states of personal agency and volition - finding ways to access the body as a resource for playful problem solving and surfacing unconscious ideas to facilitate what you want to manifest. Interests of participants will determine the contents of this working group.


The think-tank is a conceptual aquarium for artists to physically and mischievously source new layers of desiring.  In this process-based research intensive you will be seen, you will recognize your own way of working, and you will feel the inherent juiciness of what it is you want to do. 


Using psycho-physical scores, ridiculous experiments, collective disco-ssion, solo gestation, material romance, renunciation of methodologies, oppositional stratagems as a motivating force, and performances of resulting ruminations and resistances, we will meander directly into the performative or create developmental structures for visual or inter-relational projects - but there will always be an engagement with performativity as a way to raise the stakes, to be in the energetic state of being witnessed in our collective not-knowing discovery process. 


ABOUT lo bil

lo bil creates performative experiments to correlate research into process, pleasure, vulnerability, risk, memory, agency, labour, an aesthetics of feeling and the impacts of a social location on identity. lo finds images through physical improvisations, spoken loops, and material interactions. Her work is raw, amusing, transparent, and often involves a feedback loop with the audience. Solo performances for 2017 include Duration & Dialogue (January), Rhubarb (February), Flowchart (April), ps: We Are All Here (July), in Glasgow (July), betOnest in Stolpe, Germany (August)  and “Procedures: Audience as Knife” at Harbourfront HATCH (September). In 2016 lo presented work at AGO First Thursdays as part of NO OBJECT Collective; Summerworks Performance Festival where she won the FADO Live Art Award; at Panoply Lab, NYC in the Post-Dance Symposium; in Montreal, for Victoria Stanton/Dare-Dare, WIVES Assemblee at Studio 303, and Words and [  ] a durational conference by School of Making Thinking. In 2015, at Month of Performance Art-Berlin and ITINERANT Performance Art Festival NYC. In 2014, at 7a*11d International Festival of Performance Art and 25 Hours for 25 Years of the DC Art Centre. Facilitation of groups to research physicality, opposition, performance and necessity in Black Mountain, North Carolina at School of the Alternative and in Toronto at Intergalactic Arts Collective and now Parkdale Prana Room.  lo is a graduate of the Ontario Arts Council’s Artist-Educator Foundations Course, and the Second City Conservatory, has an Honour’s BA from University of Toronto in Cinema, Philosophy and Semiotics and has studied performance methods with teachers from around the globe for 20 years. 


More information and images at:  lo-bil.tumblr.com





Deadline date: July 13, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: hub14




Lead by our team of artistic directors and supported by our volunteers, hub14 is a self-sustaining studio and performance incubator nestled in the Queen West area of Toronto. Space is our biggest asset.



hub14 aims to provide affordable space for the independent contemporary performance community in Toronto and beyond. We support artists through an evolving roster of programs including artistic residencies, dramaturgical services, workshops and presenting opportunities as well as a variety of community-engaged initiatives. 



Our vision is to be a cultural hub for independent contemporary artists to explore, critically examine their art and refine their training without exterior or financial pressure. We encourage conversation between artistic disciplines. 




research hub: We offer up to 40 hours of studio time, heavily subsidized. The program offers the opportunity for showings although these are not mandatory. We are looking for ideas at the early stages, which have not been previously work-shopped. 


launchpad: Geared toward work that is already commissioned or programmed, yet underfunded. We offer up to 40 hours of studio time. Emerging artists may request an outside eye within our Resident Director-ship at a subsidized rate.


live-in: Intended for artists living outside of Toronto. Artists are invited to live and create at hub14 for a maximum of two-week stay. A minimum of one showing and documentation are required throughout the Residency. An interview may be required.


community chest: Special initiatives proposed by and/or supporting the community. Examples include community workshops, performance series, artist discussions, etc.


gallery series: Proposals for all-access gallery pop-ups of up to 3 days. Submissions can include film, photography, installation, visual art works, etc. Applications may be scheduled as solo exhibitions or a mixed program; this will be determined in context of the proposals reviewed.



Please send as PDF, labeled “LASTNAME_residencytype”. Please respect the word count.


1. Name of Applicant

2. Address, Phone Number, Email

3. Website (if applicable)

4. NAME OF PROGRAM (research hub, launchpad, live-in, community chest, gallery series)

5. Artist Statement (400 words maximum)

6. Project Description (please include the project’s goals, participants, and an explanation of how hub14 could benefit you and your project, 400 words maximum)

7. Project Timeline: must happen between October 15, 2017 & June 1, 2018

8. Artist Biography (250 words maximum)

9. Links to online samples of your work (website, video links, image galleries, soundcloud, etc. 5 minutes maximum)

10. PayPal: Residencies are open to members of hub14. Annual memberships are $40.00. Please use the online portal and include your receipt number: www.hub14.org/rent


DEADLINE: July 13th, 2017 at midnight. Response: August 2017 

For more information and to apply, please contact info@hub14.org


Artistic Directors: Aria Evans, Andrew Gaboury, Candice Irwin, Molly Johnson



14 Markham Street, Toronto, ON M6J 2E9



hub14 encourages inventiveness and excellence by granting free and discounted space so that artists may afford more time for process-based and developmental research.




3. EVENT: Love-In
Date: July 6–7 & 13–14, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: Love-In




As an art presenter and supporter of our thriving community, you are invited to the fourth presentation of PS: We Are All Here. The Lovers (Robyn Breen, Tina Fushell and Kate Nankervis) are very excited about this year’s festival, and your attendance would be greatly appreciated.


Read on for more information and please contact us directly at tolove.in@gmail.com if you would like to reserve tickets.


PS: We Are All Here 2017

Pia Bouman Scotiabank Studio Theatre

6 Noble Street, Toronto, ON

July 6–7 & 13–14 @ 8:00pm


The Toronto Dance Community Love-In presents PS: We Are All Here, a series of curated dance works from around the world and around the corner. This July, we transform Parkdale treasure Pia Bouman Scotiabank Studio Theatre into an all-embracing love-nest for performance and party. On July 6th and 7th & July 13th and 14th, over a dozen artists share experimental contemporary dance. “The Lovers” and series curators (Robyn Breen, Tina Fushell and Kate Nankervis), are making space for artists and their chaotic, immersive, messy, pleasurable, lo-fi, inquisitive and supercilious work - together we are demystifying dance.


Highlights include:

–Elizabeth Chitty, an influential Canadian dance artist prominent in the 1980’s for working with video and sound in immersive modes of performance which were well ahead of her time.

–Emerging pop dance company Rock Bottom Movement (Alyssa Martin), dreaming big with a cosmic team of pixie-dance-rascals.

–Montreal’s Ellen Furey and Malik Nashad Sharpe share their work NO NATIONALISM which longs for multiculturalist futures.

–International dance artists such as UK’s contemporary breaker, Muti Musafiri and So You Think You Can Dance Portugal winner and Summer Love-In faculty member Marco Da Silva Ferreira.


After-parties hosted by The Love-In with DJ CrystalWhispurr happen Friday nights July 7th and 14th and features music by local DJ’s and atmospheric design by Mary-Dora Bloch-Hansen, and Francesca Chudnoff and video installation by RUDE Collective.


PS: We Are All Here accompanies Love-In’s annual Summer Love-In dance intensive, which includes workshops from some of the artists featured in PS: We Are All Here, such as Shannon Cooney (TO/Berlin) and Brendan Jensen (TO).


More performances by: lo bil (TO), Robyn Breen (TO), Angie Cheng (MTL), Justin DeLuna (TO), Supriya Nayak (TO/India), Shelby Wright & Katie Lyle (TO), Lexi Vajda (VAN)


CURATED BY THE “LOVERS”: Robyn Breen, Tina Fushell, Kate Nankervis

BEER AND CIDER SPONSORED BY: Collective Arts Brewing

FUNDED BY THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF: Toronto Arts Council and Ontario Arts Council.




4. CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Toronto Arts Council's Animating Historic Sites
Deadline: July 17, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada: Source: Erika Hennebury


Toronto Arts Council's Animating Historic Sites grants program deadline is July 17, 2017 for projects in 2018. Grants of up to $30,000 are available for individual artists and curators, collectives and organizations to program in select Toronto Historic sites and museums and Evergreen Brick Works. The goals of the program are to serve as a catalyst for people to see and think about historic places differently, and to provide alternative methods of historic interpretation. The grant guidelines, Historic site tours and info sessions can be found online and the grant application is open. Animating Historic Sites is a partnership with City of Toronto Museums and Heritage Services and with Evergreen Brick Works.


FOR MORE INFO: www.torontoartscouncil.org/grant-programs/discover-tac-grants/tac-grants/other-tac-grants/animating-historic-sites


Please contact: Erika Hennebury, Grants Officer, Strategic Programs, Toronto Arts Council





Deadline: July 20, 2017; City: Vaughan, Canada; Source: I.AM


I.AM (Intergenerational Arts Movement) is seeking exhibition and performance art submissions for our third annual community arts festival “I.AM Enough”, taking place Thursday August 10 tp Sunday August 13, 2017, located at the JEH Macdonald house on 121 Centre Street, Thornhill, Canada.


This will be I.AM’s first performance art event and is seeking submissions from individual artists and collectives working in a variety of performance related disciplines. 


“I.AM ENOUGH” is a festival surrounding the notions of self worth and realizing your full potential. In a place bombarded by selfishness and wanting more we must remind one another to look within and fully accept our current state of being. We are enough. This community arts festival is in partnership with the City of Vaughan in celebration of Canada 150. The festival is situated on a scenic 4-acre parcel of land, the MacDonald House, home of famed Canadian painter, J.E.H. MacDonald, a founding member of the Group of Seven and his son, illustrator Thoreau MacDonald. 


Applicants must read the I.AM submission guidelines and submit a completed submission package. The full guidelines, and application form can be found through the following link: www.intergenerationalarts.com/open-call


Deadline: Thursday, July 20, 2017 (11:59 pm)


If you have any further questions about the submissions process, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@intergenerationalarts.com




6. CALL FOR PERFORMERS: Will Kwan / Nuit Blanche @ AGO

Deadline date: July 28, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: Maya Wilson-Sanchez


The Art Gallery of Ontario is seeking actors, singers, choral groups, and all types of live performers to participate in a large-scale oral performance for Nuit Blanche. Performers with all levels of experience, and from diverse backgrounds and age groups are encouraged to apply and will be compensated with a small honorarium.


2017 Nuit Blanche Call for Performers

The Art Gallery of Ontario is seeking trained actors, singers, choral groups, and all types of live performers to participate in a large-scale oral performance for Nuit Blanche. Performers with all levels of experience, and from diverse backgrounds and age groups are encouraged to apply.


Inspired by the low-tech ingenuity of the “human microphone”, a technique popularized by activists to amplify the messages of a speaker by using the voices of the gathered audience, The Forest is a performance that celebrates the force and fragility of the human voice and the capacity for words to establish bonds between people across time and space.



–minimal to advanced training in theatre, vocal performance, or other performing arts including performance art

–strong, resilient voice

–physical endurance

–energy and stamina

–over 18 years old


The performance will run from 7pm to 7am starting on Saturday, September 30th. You will be asked to take part in 2 shifts of approximately 1.5 hours each (3 hours total) over a 4.5 hour time slot during Nuit Blanche as well as a few rehearsals in advance of the performance. Food and drink will be provided as well as a small honorarium.


Please email Nuit_Blanche_Intern@ago.net with any questions.






7. WORKSHOP: Performance Art Workshop with Sandra Johnston
Date: July 31–August 8, 2017; City: Oberhausen, Germany; Source: PAErsche


PERFORMANCE Art WORKSHOP with Sandra Johnston


as INTERVAL - eXtended - A
from July 31, 2017–August 8, 2017
@ kitev in Oberhausen / Germany


Aim of workshop is to explore proximity awareness, working in parallel with others, simultaneously but not together. Exploring the impact of synchronous behaviour, how we can react upon each other through sharing space and time in order to observe and learn from each other’s unique experience of the communal moment.


To create a space of trust, where each of us can be enabled to shake off superfluous habits, mannerisms and reactions, attempting to go beyond behaviours of social posture and display. Developing safe zones for retreat, reflection and return, engendering respect for the particularity and pace of each person’ s individual processes.


Program / Agenda: A plan for each day will be created directly from the interactions that emerged on the previous day. Rules will occasionally be established to challenge certain habits or limitations that we become aware of. Overall, the intention is to create positive conditions for each person taking part, to reflect upon the particularity of our own creative approaches, and feel empowered to address anxieties, or what may be perceived to be gaps. In short, the art of getting lost and allowing yourself to be at ease inside states of transition and doubt.


The final day will offer an opportunity for either solo, collaborative or collective actions as decided by the group and with one day preparation in-between.


31.7.17: beginning workshop till 4.8.17
4.8.17: free day
5.8.17: presentation workshops


Sign me UP!
To sign up send your; name, email address, home address and phone number, artist statement, some images or links to your work to: paersche@gmail.com


We will place participants in the order of subscription, so be on time! We will have 1 group and 10 participants. The workshop language will be english.


Fee: The price for the whole workshop is €180 (including food and sleeping places at kitev)


Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/439066309782538/


PAErsche - the laboratory for Performance Art in North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Around 20 Performance Artists in and around this region are associated with PAErsche. It follows the movement of the 60ies and continues with a new generation of young Performance Artists. Its strength is to embrace different generations who work together and enrich each other. The goal of PAErsche is to create a space of encountering and also builds up dialogue between German and international artists. It supports the intercultural communication. The activities of PAErsche serve as platform to start discussion about performance Art. www.paersche.org


ABOUT Sandra Johnston
Sandra Johnston is a visual artist from Northern Ireland, working in the areas of site-responsive performance, drawing and video installations. The performance actions are experiential in nature, developed from the direct revelations of a body inhabiting space, light, motion and often being stimulated by the behaviour of random audiences. Each work is developed from carefully observing the tensions that exist between the history of locations, set in dialogue with the vibrancy and insistence of the passing moment. Johnston has presented work internationally since 1992 in a diverse range of contexts and interdisciplinary forms, often with a particular emphasis on projects within ‘contested spaces’. Between 2002/05 as an AHRC Research Fellow based at the University Of Ulster in Belfast, she developed a practice-based investigation into issues of ‘trauma of place’. This research explored how aspects of collective memory connected to specific locations can become altered after violent events, creating layers of stigmatization, or conversely, commemoration. From 2009/ 2012 this research extended as a PhD project entitled - Beyond Reasonable Doubt: An Investigation of Doubt, Risk and Testimony Through Performance Art Processes in Relation to Systems of Legal Justice. Since 2011 she is a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at the Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK. Throughout her career Johnston has collaborated extensively with other artists, occasionally through participation in international performance laboratories, and also as a co-founder and committee member of various artist-run collectives in Belfast, namely: CATALYST ARTS, BBEYOND, and AGENCY.


ABOUT Kit.ev
Founded in 2006 by Atelier Stark (studio Stark) and Tank FX, kitev (culture in the tower) is a laboratory for unusual interventions, resident in the water tower of Oberhausen's central train station. The tower is a nucleus and venue for activities of high artistic quality as well as a contact point for project related residencies in the region. The experimental field with its industrial character allows room for a wide range of interpretation. kitev supports innovative, experimental and interdisciplinary artists in their work and development, encourages/promotes the dialogue between different artistic practices and engages with the local social environment.


With friendly support of the Ministerium für Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport NRW (MFKJKS) and KiT.ev




8. EVENT: GHOST DAYS / Terrance Houle with Simla Civelek
Date: August 13, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: SummerWorks


Created and Performed by Terrance Houle
In collaboration with Simla Civelek


Sunday August 13 / 12:00pm 

Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen Street West, Toronto


Presented in partnership with FADO Performance Art Centre

Part of The SummerWorks Performance Festival

August 3–13, 2017



Evoking our colonial and non-colonial histories that exist in the light of night as in the darkness of the day, GHOST DAYS awakens a collaboration with artists, audience, and spirit. Internationally celebrated performance artist Terrance Houle will work in residence overnight at the Theatre Centre throughout the festival, culminating in a final performance that combines video, performance, photography, and music to conjure spirits and ghosts as audience and collaborators.


Terrance Houle is in residence at SummerWorks as part of the SummerWorks Lab - a place for exploration, experimentation, and process, allowing us to support work in early stages and create connections between audiences and artists.



Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and raised on the Great Plains of North America, Terrance Houle is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary media artist and a proud member of the Kainai Nation (Blood Tribe). Involved with Aboriginal communities all his life, he has traveled to reservations throughout North America participating in Powwow dancing and native ceremonies. Houle makes use of performance, photography, video & film, music and painting in his work. Likewise, Houle's practice includes various tools of mass dissemination such as billboards and vinyl bus signage. Houle's work has been exhibited across Canada, the United States, Australia, the UK and Europe. www.terrancehoule.com



Simla Civelek (b. 1974, Istanbul, Turkey) is a performance artist based in Toronto, Canada. Her work has been presented at the FADO Performance Art Centre, 7A*11D International Festival of Performance Art, SAVAC, Nuit Blanche in Toronto, Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops-BC, Circa in Montréal-QC, Art Nomade in Chicoutimi-QC, Regart in Lévis-QC, OPEN Performance Art Festival in Beijing-China, and Glasshouse ArtLifeLab in Brooklyn-NYC, among other venues. www.simlacivelek.com



SummerWorks is Canada’s largest curated performance festival of theatre, dance, music, live art and interdisciplinary forms. This year’s 11-day Festival features 52 unique projects, as well our SLIP series of artist workshops, a collection of new performance experiments in the SummerWorks Lab, and nightly parties.



In addition to our usual $15 ticket, $25 and $35 tickets are also available - you pick whichever suits your budget. All tickets are general admission, and there are no limits on any price level.

Single tickets can be purchased online anytime, or by phone or in person at our Festival Box Office starting August 1. For most shows, 25% of the house capacity will be reserved for sale at the door. Festival Passes (3-Show, 7-Show, and 10-Show) go on sale July 6.


For more information on tickets, passes, and how to access of box office, visit: www.summerworks.ca/tickets



All SummerWorks venues are physically accessible, and many events offer accessible options such as ASL Interpretation, Relaxed Performances, and free or discounted tickets. For more info on accessibility at SummerWorks, visit: www.summerworks.ca/access





Deadline date: August 15, 2017; City: Düsseldorf, Germany; Source: VestAndPage


Four days of full immersion into Performance Art at Atelier Performative Künste, Düsseldorf - “MayDay" is the occasion to work practically together with the artists duo VestAndPage in their collaborative practice. With the use of the bodies (physical, mental and spiritual) as primary artistic tools, “MayDay" focuses on the body as a poetic and imaginary landscape. Changing contexts are used as a way to develop authentic modes of artistic action. It offers insight into VestAndPage's process-led and conceptual collaborative performance art practice in the name of the creation of illuminating universal meanings. VestAndPage work on a range of techniques and approaches, which reflect their practices and backgrounds along the interface of visual arts, performing arts and writing. More practical subjects will be the art of sustaining a life as an artist. Independence. Self reliance. Building temporary communities. Innovative approaches for new modes of existence. 


It is for those who trust in change. 

It is for the overstretched global bodies searching a home or on pilgrimage. 

For those to whom the surreal is familiar, those who dance on the limits hand in hand. 

For those who go to spaces of hidden beauty and scan into the flesh of dream matter— visionary poets, artists and performers pushed by an urgency.

For those who reconcile with the mystery to let things coexist,

for anything that remains alone is just a nothing per se. 

For those who seek to express, not to impress.

For those who take risks in the name of seeking new images. 

For those on a journey through visible places and invisible places, 

actual places and imaginary places. 

A nomadism aiming to empower one’s own art and openness, 

leaving subtle traces, structuring temporary autonomous zones.

Taking action, because each one of us has important stories to tell.

And again, “Remember all, forget all.”


Atelier Performative Künste, Düsseldorf, Germany

Thursday, 14 to Sunday, 17 September 2017

For a total of 32 hours

Application are being accepted on a rolling base until August 15, 2017. 


For more information please visit:






Deadline date: August 15, 2017; City; Berlin, Germany; Source: Nathalie Fari


Body Mapping Lab – Embodiment and Performance Practices


Nathalie Fari in collaboration with Anja Schwanhäußer, Minja Mertanen, Oliver Euchner, Petterson Costa & Sacha Skott


We invite artists and researchers, coming from various backgrounds and disciplines, who are interested in the emerging field of embodied research. The call is also directed to anyone who would like to experience the body in a special environment and context. You don’t need to be a professional practitioner of the respective embodied techniques associated with the program, but rather be open and curious to enhance the understanding of the body and the environment in which you are embedded.


The Body Mapping Lab questions whether the body is losing its means and perception for being in contact with the environment and with other beings, beyond the omnipresence of digital life. At first, this assumption may sound nostalgic, or rather as an attempt to return back to the time when humankind was not so affected by the use of all sorts of technological devices. Yet, it has become undeniable that our ways of relating to either an environment or to one another have changed considerably. Specifically, the ability of the body to sense, observe and adapt to a certain locality, social field or condition has become an unpredictable and uncertain territory, where the borders between what is real and what isn’t are blurred.


To investigate this phenomenon, we will focus on the notion of «Embodiment» by exploring its various approaches and principles at Teufelsberg. While the participants will have the opportunity to fathom the urban charisma of the Teufelsberg with ethnographic methods of the urban researcher Anja Schwanhäußer, they will also have the chance to embody living and non-living entities with the performer Minja Mertanen. Furthermore, with the dancer and choreographer Petterson Costa they will be able to ascertain how the movement within the body and space becomes a gesture, and with the performer and researcher Nathalie Fari, how the body can be used as a translator. The participants will also be able to join a 5 Rhythms workshop with Oliver Euchner and a yoga class with Sacha Skott. 


Please visit the website to see the full program and to send your application: https://bodymappinglab.wordpress.com/ 



August 15, 2017: Application Deadline

September 1–10, 2017 // 2pm–8pm: The Lab 


Participation Fee:

420,00 € / 15,00 % Discount for payment until the 01.08.2016 

220,00 € / 2 selected grants for students or researchers 



Supported by Initiative Kultur-DENKMAL Berliner Teufelsberg e.V.




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