Open Call for the "Misplaced Women?" feminist performance workshop
Dear fellow feminists,
Please join and share in your networks the Open Call for the "Misplaced Women?" feminist performance workshop with Tanja Ostojić in Innsbruck. This is the *Open Call* for participants of the *Misplaced Women? *3-day-long performance art workshop in the public space with Tanja Ostojić, *May 11-13 2018,* with a public presentation in Die Bäckerei, Kulturbackstube, Innsbruck, Austria Participants of all backgrounds, ages, genders and levels of experience that can commit to participating for the entire duration of the workshop are welcome, but we particularly encourage those who are interested in issues of migration, performance art, conditions related to the ones identifying as women, representations of gender and art in the public realm.
Participants are invited and encouraged to share and exchange about experiences and issues of migration, displacement, exposure and privilege and to enact some of the "Misplaced Women?" performance scores. The workshop is free of charge, warm drinks and snacks will be provided, professional photo documentation of participants work will be provided as well, and due to limited numbers of places, we ask you kindly to apply.
*The deadline for applications is Monday, March 19 2018.*
*During the workshop *we will all have an opportunity to perform in the public spaces, and outcomes will be presented to the public at the third day of the workshop at the Die Bäckerei, Kulturbackstube and included on the *Misplaced Women?* project website <https://misplacedwomen.wordpress.com/>.
This project, including the workshop and group and individual performances in the public spaces, have been chosen for realisation in the frame of
the *Kunst im öffentlichen Raum des Landes Tirol, *supported by the region of Tyrol.
The press and media communication are done in collaboration with the Tiroler Künstlerschaft.
Please read about the project and see more workshop and application relevant details by clicking here and also here