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Theatre Passe Muraille (TPM) is accepting resumes for its 2014 General Auditions.
Deadline to submit: April 18
Audition dates: April 23 and 25
Location: 54 Wolseley Street, Suite 202.
Members of CAEA who haven’t previously auditioned will have priority. All ethnicities and body types encouraged to audition.
Requirements: 2 contrasting modern Canadian monologues totalling no more than 5 minutes.
Only those selected for an audition will be contacted.
Email applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
No agent packages. Please DO NOT send hard copies. E-mail submissions only.
IPAA is hiring!
IPAA Administrator – Job Description
Part Time Position, $15/hour (40-50 hours/month)
Duties and responsibilities include:
- Encourage new IPAA membership with a focus on academic institutions.
- Engage with IPAA members to stay informed of their work in the Indigenous performing arts and create posts where appropriate.
- Contact members to keep profiles current while maintaining a membership database.
- Assist the Executive Director in establishing a website, social media and other online component strategy in consultation with the Website Coordinator.
- Implement the online strategy set forth by the Executive Director and Website Coordinator which includes commitments to partner social media sites.
- Create website posts using WordPress software in preparation for the member quarterly newsletter using MadMimi software.
- Assist the Executive Director with filing and organization of the office.
- Maintain a presence in the Toronto office and at IPAA member & community events.
Knowledgeable about the Indigenous performing arts scene
Effective analytical and problem solving skills
Excellent time management and organizational skills
Ability to operate online tools: WordPress, MadMimi / MailChimp and Microsoft Office
Excellent verbal, written presentation and listening communication skills
Ability to multitask, think critically and maintain an innovative online company profile
*Preference will be given to qualified Indigenous applicants.
Full Circle First Nation’s Performance is looking for a Marketing and Development Manager.
Full Circle requires an energetic, enthusiastic, and passionate person to work with and lead the team in the areas of Marketing and Development.
Reporting to: Artistic Managing Director and General Manager
Working with: Managing Producer, Marketing Interns, students, and support staff
Interested applicants may apply with resume and cover letter attention:
Diane Blunt at email@example.com with “Full Circle ‐ Marketing and Dev Manager” in the subject line
Deadline: April 25, 2014 ‐ 5:00pm
The Canada Council for the Arts, Inter-Arts has announced a call for “Presenters for Convergence: An International Summit on Interdisciplinary Arts and Technology,” November 27 – 30, 2014, Banff Centre, Alberta
Deadline: Monday March 21, 2014 (5pm MST)
The Banff Centre is seeking national and international presenters on subjects related to interdisciplinary arts practices that engage with digital arts for presentation at Convergence, an arts summit dedicated to exploring the ways that arts practices intersect with each other and with technology in a complex physical and social ecology.
Aboriginal Actor – Needed Immediately!
Scholarship to train with Anne Bogart and the SITI Company, May 25 to June 21, 2014, in Saratoga Springs, New York : applications due Feb 17, 2014.
Why Not Theatre and Theatre Ontario have partnered in creating a unique and exciting Independent Theatre Creators International Training Scholarship that provides the opportunity for emerging theatre artists to train in theatre creation on an international level.
The chosen artists will train in Suzuki, Viewpoints, as well as directing and devising new work. The scholarship includes course training and application fees, accommodation for the training period, and a travel allowance. It is sponsored by Nekison Engineering and Contractors Ltd. and funds have been matched by artsVest Toronto. artsVest Toronto is run by Business for the Arts with the support of Canadian Heritage and the Toronto Arts Council.
Yes! is presenting its 2014 Jam in Toronto, May 7-11, 2014: applications to participate due March 15.
The Jam is for those people committed to social change and a better world, interested in connecting with like-minded people, and/or need a pause from the grind to reflect and regroup.
But, what’s the Jam?
Think of when musicians get together to jam. They meet, experiment and play off of one another, and create beautiful new music. Now imagine instead of music, it was ideas and experiences being shared. Jams are open-ended and unscripted gatherings of 30 or so changemakers (ages ~18-40) who spend a week reflecting, sharing, building community, and creating new possibilities.
Each Jam is unique, but you can expect a blend of facilitated dialogue, reflection, play and movement, artistic expression, deep inquiry, games, music, and meaning-making.
Theatre for Living, based in Vancouver, is looking for a new Outreach Coordinator: applications due March 21, 2014, start date May 5, 2014.
Please send resume and cover letter via mail or fax or e-mail to: Dafne Blanco firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that although we will acknowledge receipt for all applicants, only interview candidates will be contacted directly. For more info on Theatre for Living, check out our website: www.theatreforliving.com.
1st Interviews: April 1 & 2
2nd Interviews: April 4, 2014
Theatre for Living is looking for a self-motivated team player, who is passionate about using the language of theatre to help communities create the kinds of real dialogues that lead to social change.
dance: made in canada/ fait au canada (d:mic/fac) is looking for applications from emerging and establish Canadian choreographers to present in Toronto from Aug 12-16, 2015.
Programming will be divided into 2 categories: Mainstage, curated by three artists from Canada’s dance community, and What You See Is What You Get, a lottery-based late night presentation. Choreographers may apply for both.
d:mic/fac will provide festival publicity, marketing, a production team, venue and other support for applicants selected by the curators. Mainstage choreographers will receive a fee for their work, and WYSIWYG choreographers will receive an honorarium.
Artists working in all genres and cultural aesthetics are encouraged to apply.
Full guidelines and application available online HERE.
Questions? Please e-mail email@example.com.
General Audition – Rubarb Productions Inc. – Moose Jaw, SK
Audition 1: Feb 21st in Moose Jaw, SK
Audition 2: Feb 25th in Regina, SK
Artistic Director or casting person in attendance: Evie Koop Sawatzky
Deadline to submit: 02/14/2014
Email applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact name: Evie Koop Sawatzky
Contact email: email@example.com
Contact phone: 306-209-4439
Productions include: Singing in the Rain
Rehearsals July 2, 2014-July 30, 2014
Performances July 31-August 17, 2014
2014-2015 Season: To be announced May 2014
Seeking 2 actresses for corporate theatre work in Iqaluit in late February 2014.
Actress 1 – age 20-30 years of age
Actress 2 – age 40-50 years of age
At least one of the actresses should be Inuit. Experience in improv is ideal.
Both actresses must be based in Iqaluit, as there is no travel allowance for this corporate theatre work.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to submit a head shot and resume
Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto is now accepting nominations for the Minaake
Awards, Aboriginal Women & Youth’s
Community Achievement Awards!
These awards celebrate Aboriginal women and female youth in the GTA who make a difference in their lives and communities, by their standards. The awards will be presented at the Aboriginal Women and Youth’s Community Achievement Award Gala in April 2014.
Nominations due February 28, 2014.