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[Playwright] Afro-Atlantic Playwrights Festival, in collaboration with NYU Tisch School of the Arts

December 4—7, 2019

Carlyle Brown and Zainabu Jallo, Afro-Atlantic Playwright Festival, 2019, Minneapolis, Minnesota, US © The Playwrights' Center

Camargo Foundation’s Cultural Diaspora Playwrights Residency was conceived and curated by award-winning Minneapolis-based playwright Carlyle Brown and theater director Chuck Mike. The residency’s goal was to bring together mid-career and established African and African-American theatre artists, in Brown’s words, “from opposite ends of the Africanist Diaspora,” engaging them in debates about identity and authenticity and exploring the different ways in which international boundaries shape the African experience. This fall, Camargo Foundation is partnering with Tisch Drama to present the Afro-Atlantic Playwright Festival, featuring staged readings of three works completed in the Camargo residence.

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[Project discussions] Meet our New Fellows!

Camargo Foundation, 15 avenue de l'Amiral Ganteaume, Cassis

On September 10, the Fall session of the Camargo Core Program is starting with the arrival of 12 Fellows. The Camargo Foundation offers 18 Fellowships per annual cycle and is pleased that the Fall cohort represents 9 different projects (2 collaborative projects), including 4 scholars, 4 artists, one poet, one filmmaker, one landscape designer, and one composer. The Fellows will spend 8 weeks at the Camargo Foundation’s Cassis campus to research, experiment, create, exchange, and connect.

The Fellows of the Camargo Core Program will present their projects at the Foundation during project discussions, on Mondays and/or Wednesdays at 5 pm from September 18 to October 16, 2019. These project discussions serve as an opportunity for interdisciplinary exchange and are open to the public.

Click here to read the Core Program 2019-2020 Press Release.

Click here to check the dates of the project discussions.