Asian Dramaturgs’ Network 2017 Meeting

  • The Grant Program for Promotion of Cultural Collaboration
Grant Year
Fiscal Year 2016
Grant Amount
USD 37,297
Country of Activity
Singapore, Japan

The planning and organization of the second meeting and symposium of the Asian Dramaturgs’ Network (ADN) took place in TPAM2017 – Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama, Japan, from 16th to 18th February 2017. A total of 28 speakers from 10 countries gathered to speak, attend and participate in a workgroup discussion, panels, roundtables and dialogues. These international participants and speakers were from diverse arts backgrounds of theatre, dance, community arts, festival commissioning and programming, cultural management, and arts advocacy, with experiences as practitioners, academics, scholars, researchers, and educators. The meeting was held in two venues in TPAM.

Achievements of FY 2017 https://grant-fellowship-db.jfac.jp/en/grant/cc1749/
Achievements of FY 2015 https://grant-fellowship-db.jfac.jp/en/grant/cc1570/

Related Countries
Japan, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, Germany etc.
Co-organizer(s), Cooperator(s)
TPAM (Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama) 2017

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