Truth To Power Cafe Open Call


In response to COVID-19, Truth To Power Cafe are creating a new digital platform through which people of all ages, backgrounds and experiences can be heard in a digital space. Whoever you are, and wherever you are in the world, they want to hear from you. Applicants are invited to send 100 words, as text, audio or video, on what you would like to say in response to the question which lies at the heart of our work: WHO (OR WHAT) HAS POWER OVER YOU AND WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SAY TO THEM?

Through a process of co-creation Truth To Power Cafe will work with you to evolve your answer into a story of up to 250 words, which they will publish via their website. If possible they will encourage you to present your story in the live show as part of their upcoming No Borders World Tour 2020/21. They may also be able to develop your story through the medium of moving image.


Expires: August 1, 2020

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