The Swimming Pool Library
Reflecting an unconventional rite of passage where society’s labels of gender and sexuality may not necessarily apply, The Swimming Pool Library is an immersive, multi-sensorial production that looks at the relevance of society’s definitions of masculinity, and explores how feminine traits such as tenderness, kindness and vulnerability can also be part of masculine identity. Learn more here.
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The Digital Young Curators Academy (YCA)
The digital Young Curators Academy (YCA) is here! The digital YCA is an artistic and activist platform to discover alliances, research affinities, and consolidate solidarities. Starting from 10 August, the extensive digital programme of lectures, videos and discussions will be open to everyone.
Learn more here.
Festival of Women: N.O.W. (July 2021)
This July, N.O.W. 2021 returns as a completely digital experience for the second time. This year, N.O.W. promises to be a unique gathering in the online space, as each event is designed with the aim of creating an environment for communality: the spirit of convivial gathering, and of being together within a shared digital space. Explore the different facets of the taboo and the experiences of women who have transgressed, embraced their fears, and got to the heart of intimacy. Learn more here.
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Open Call: Digital Young Curators Academy 2021
The open call for the Digital Young Curators Academy (DYCA) 2021 is now on! DYCA 2021 is an artistic and activist platform for discovering alliances, exploring affinities, and consolidating solidarities in the course of the 5th Berlin Autumn Salon at Maxim Gorki Theatre Berlin.
Learn more or register here.
PerForm Inaugural Digital Lecture: Registration NOW OPEN!
PerForm begins with the inaugural digital lecture by artist Shubigi Rao on 6 May 2021. The lecture will focus on three main areas of Shubigi’s practice – as a writer, an artist, and as an artist-curator for the 5th edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2021, and the overlaps and tensions between them. Learn more or register here.
T:>Works is excited to share our 2021/2022 season!
+ Share knowledges with the inaugural digital lecture of our fellowship programme PerForm
+ Engage with art history with our T:>Archive
+ Be inspired by the third iteration of Festival of Women N.O.W. 2021
+ Witness the new wave of digital playwriting with our 24-Hour Playwriting Competition
Learn more here.
How To Break A Window (Dec 2020)
From 16 – 19 Dec 2020, T:>Works presents How To Break A Window. Expect a series of digital and hybrid productions, live staged readings and conversations on digital performance, featuring the brilliant winners of the 24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2020. Learn more about the programme here.
Announcing the Winners of 24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2020
In July 2020, our 24-Hour Playwriting Competition premiered its first digital edition on Zoom, with over 80 participants gamely taking on the challenge of writing a performance piece for the virtual stage in 24 hours. After much deliberation, we are now ready to announce the winners of this year’s 24-Hour Playwriting Competition! Read more about the winners here!
Festival of Women: N.O.W. (July 2020)
N.O.W. 2020 returns in July as the first virtual performance. Undaunted by the pandemic which has disrupted many industries including the arts, N.O.W. reclaims the space to unite the public with new creations. Catch N.O.W. 2020 from 15 July to 2 August. Learn more about the 2020 iteration here.
Curating No-thing (May 2020)
“I never use the term programmer as I would like to think you are a curator and I hope you can own your work, or your institution can embrace the reality of what you do.”
Dr. Ong Keng Sen, Artistic Director, T:>Works
Learn more about the programme here.