The Open World Leadership Center has facilitated a joint venture project with Synetic Theater and the American University during the last two weeks of September 2012. The work will focus on "The Good Doctor"—a composite of vignettes by the Russian dramatist Anton Chekhov through the lens of American dramatist Neil Simon.
Each of the vignettes for this “informance” will be directed by a different Russian director/choreographer, in conjunction with the artistic team of Synetic Theater, Washington’s highly acclaimed physical theater company.
Serbian economic development leadership delegation visits Jacksonville (article) http://conta.cc/QJshDd
“We…wanted to encourage the community to preserve our natural resources and keep our city clean and green, something which our children would inherit from us in the long run,” - U.S. Embassy of Moldova Awards Open World Alumnus Grant for Green Project (article) http://bit.ly/OntxB0
Reserve FREE tickets to see Open World’s Russian directors work with American University and Synetic Theater players in the Anton Chekhov-inspired The Good Doctor by Neil Simon (PDF) http://1.usa.gov/Pbhwd3
Nicolae Dandis, President of the DIALOG Association, Director of the Pro-Europa Center, lecturer at the State University of Cahul, City Councilman in Cahul, and Open World alumnus, completed the "Green Areas—A Platform for Cooperation and Education in Cahul" project, funded by the U.S. Embassy in the Republic of Moldova.
Open World is pleased to announce that it is accepting proposals for the 2013 hosting year.
Grant applications in response to this solicitation are due on a staggered basis.
Applications for Serbia programming are due Friday, September 7, 2012. Applications for all other country programming in this solicitation are due Friday, October 12, 2012. Please see pp. 47-48 for instructions on submitting applications.
If you have questions about information in the grant guidelines, please contact Lewis Madanick at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (202) 707-8943.
Bicycling, an International Language - Did you know Perm modeled their "extreme park" on Louisville’s? Read more here. (blog post): http://bit.ly/M9mwgB
In Minot, ND, they also noticed some differences and will be returning home with some new ideas that may help them better serve Russian kids (article): http://bit.ly/KYBM3R
Tea for Two: Boulder, CO appeals to Dushanbe, Tajikistan to fix up their tea house gift to the city via Open World facilitator (article): http://bit.ly/QWtRnr