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Thursday 21 April 6.30pm EEST 
Centrul de Educational Theater Center Replika, Strada Lânăriei 93, București 

 

To reserve a free ticket email centrulreplika@gmail.com 

THE EVENT WILL AUTOPLAY ON MUTE - PLEASE CHANGE SETTINGS ON THE PLAYER TO LISTEN

Becoming Romanian is a co-created performative exhibition. Co-produced with Centrul de Teatru Educațional Replika, it will explore the relationship of first generation migrants in Bucharest through visual art, performance and discussion. 

The event is curated by myself, and is the second in the series happening across Europe (Becoming Czech in March 2022, Becoming Alman in May and Becoming British in June). It will feature the work of two migrant visual artists now based in Bucharest. 

 

The schedule for the event is as follows:

6.30pm arrive - view artworks

7.00pm performance sharing begins 

7.30pm post sharing discussion (panel to be announced) 

8.30pm end with light refreshments 

 

The performance sharing has been created in a couple of workshops with local migrants, and contains the stories they want audiences to know - with all the content being created by them. 

The evening will take place in both English & Romanian with translation provided. There is also Russian translation, should you require it. 

 

If you are not based in Bucharest, we will be live streaming the event right here via YouTube! Sign up to my mailing list to recieve a reminder when the stream is going live. You will not only get to watch the sharing & discussion, but be shown the work and the space, as if you were here with us. 

Join in the conversation on twitter, Facebook & Instagram with #BecomingRomanian. 

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These presentations are happening with the support of Perform Europe as part of the Becoming [...] project.

Perform Europe is an EU-funded project aimed to rethink how performing arts works are presented across borders in a more inclusive, sustainable and balanced way by testing new touring and distribution practices and providing policy recommendations for a future EU support scheme. This 18-month journey includes a research phase, launching a digital platform, testing a support scheme, and designing policy recommendations.

 

Perform Europe is funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union and co-managed by a Consortium of 5 organisations: IETM – International network for contemporary performing arts, the European Festivals Association (EFA), Circostrada, EDN – European Dancehouse Network, and IDEA Consult.