Performative Journey – Open Call for Workshops in Turkey Performative Journey invites you to apply for its first workshop "Testimonies of Stones" in Antalya from 15 to 19 September 2021. As MitOst, we recently joined forces with several Tandem Turkey and Tandem Western Balkans alumni organisations and artists to collaborate on a 1-year project: Performative Journey on the Via Eurasia Cultural Route. The project has just launched an open call. Performative Journey – Edition “Testimonies of Stones” Where: Museum of Lycian Civilizations & ancient remains near Belören in Demre, Antalya When: 15-19 September 2021, daily up to 5 hours Deadline for applications: 25 August 2021 This open call for workshop participation is intended for all of those interested in performing arts, cultural heritage, history, nature, and contemporary issues. This is a unique project enabling its participants to have the experience of creating a site-specific performance at locations where this has never been done before. We will be working at fascinating archaeological sites important for our understanding of the Lycia region today. You will experience how to create immediate performative actions that interact with the spaces and stories on the Lycian Way section of the Via Eurasia cultural route. Info & Apply You will find all the details about the workshop, including info on the workshop format and facilitators, and further information on how to apply on the ViaEurasia website: – in English – in Turkish Performative Journey is supported under the “Grant Scheme for Common Cultural Heritage: Preservation and Dialogue between Turkey and the EU–II (CCH-II)” implemented by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism with the financial support of the European Union. The “Grant Scheme for Common Cultural Heritage: Preservation and Dialogue between Turkey and the EU–II (CCH-II)” aims at promotion and enhancement of common cultural heritage activities implemented in partnership between Turkish and EU organizations. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism is responsible institution for the technical implementation of the Grant scheme Programme, while the Central Finance and Contracts Unit is the Contracting Authority.