Posted on January 12th, by leikhopar1 in News. No Comments

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Tjarnarbio Theatre calls for applications for collaborative projects in the coming year. All genres of performing arts are applicable. The selection will make up the coming season of 20/21 at Tjarnarbio Theatre. Selected works will have access to free rehearsal facilities, support in marketing and technical matters, professional advice and a favorable share of ticket sales.

Tjarnarbio also calls for artists or groups interested in having residency at Tjarnarbio Theatre. They get use of workingspaces at the theatre, access to the stage when vacant, and office space with others. Tjarnarbíó’s staff offers professional advice and support. An application for residency must contain a brief description of the project along with applicant’s CV.

The application must include a brief description of the project, a list of participants, the budget and the applicant’s CV. The application and all the material involved should be collected in one pdf file marked application_2020_ [project name] and sent to Applications that do not comply with the required requirements or in missing data will not be considered.

The board and directing manager of the Tjarnarbio Theatre will select applications in accordance with the selection guidelines. The application deadline expires at midnight on February 14, and applications will be answered no later than a month later. Information about the selection process is currently only in Icelandic and can be found at

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