Archive for the ‘Artist Calls & Job Postings’ Category
- Penticton, BC -
Application for Arts Administrators Due August 31st
First Peoples’ Cultural Council will convene up to 30 emerging B.C. based Indigenous arts administrators and arts and culture leaders for professional development workshops and networking for two days in October. Workshops will be based on professional development goals identified by participating arts administrators.
-Submission deadline August 26th-
ATTENTION: DANCERS, MOVEMENT-BASED PERFORMERS & MOVEMENT PRACTITIONERS
CALL FOR PERFORMERS
Julien Prévieux, What Shall We Do Next? (Sequence #2) (video still), 2014. HD Video.
Blackwood Gallery at the University of Toronto Mississauga is looking for 3 dancers or movers to participate in an upcoming performance by award-winning, Paris-based artist Julien Prévieux. We are looking for a group of movers to work directly with the artist and Blackwood Gallery for this production, which will premiere January 18 –19, 2017. Rehearsals are scheduled approximately 10 days before the performance dates.
Prévieux’s project, What Shall We Do Next?, uses movement to explore a series of paradoxes in our over-technologized and copyrighted world. What Shall We Do Next? asks: why do we move the way we do? Who owns and directs our gestures? How will the movements we use to interact with technology steer the way we move in the future? Reflecting on technology and its impact on human behaviour, the artist appropriates gestures and abstracts them from their utilitarian function. The result is a performance that questions technology’s use-function by exploring the poetic potential of movement.
To express your interest in auditioning for the project, please submit the following by AUGUST 26, 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- An expression of interest*
- Full-body shot
- 2-3 minute demo reel
Successful applicants will be contacted with audition dates, times, & requirements. Auditions will take place September 19 & 20, 2016.
- Submission deadline September 8th, 2016 -
National Call to Indigenous Artists for Expressions of Interest and Qualifications
Deadline: September 8, 2016 at 4:00 pm
Budget: $400,000 (total for three opportunities:one at $200,000; two at $100,000)
The Winnipeg Arts Council invites First Nations, Métis and Inuit visual artists residing in Canada to submit expressions of interest and qualifications to create public artworks for three opportunities in Air Canada Window Park in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, located on Treaty One territory.
Interested artists/teams must submit a complete application package to be considered.
- Submission deadline September 16th, 2016 -
Location – Haliburton, but participation/performance would be virtual. Internet access required
Completely open- perform art that can be transmitted via internet link
This performance needs to be between 3-4 min and 10 mins. followed by a 15 min. Q&A with audience over internet link.
Aboriginal Curatorial Collective ED is one of the curators giving a keynote: http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1101795615887&ca=f954622d-4fdb-4cf7-8575-88c03f7c16db
- Casting Call due September 10th –
Seeking a cast that accurately reflects Alaska
Auditions in September
[LEONA] 16-24 years old; female; any ethnicity. Leona is a serious and confrontational girl. She is defiant and self-righteous on the surface, but terrified at her broken core. Her hesitation and fear costs the life of her sister, Willow. Water bondage escapism is part of her act.
[WILLOW] 14-21 years old; female; any ethnicity. Willow is wild and free, happy and confident. Her love of life is contagious. Every corner is brighter with her presence. She is the light.
[SILVERMAN] 22-30; male; any ethnicity. Silverman is a performer that is eager to expand his show and please the ringleader, Mister. He is talented, handsome, over-confident. His bravado shields his tender need for approval. Juggling, dancing, and physical comedy are part of his act.
[MISTER] 35-65; male; any ethnicity. Mister is the ring-leader of the performance troupe – both literally and psychologically. His presence dominates the stage, evoking mystery, mysticism, and menace.
[MADEL] 35-65; female; any ethnicity. Madel is soft, protective, and matronly. She is the caretaker of the performers, though she no longer performs herself. If Mister is the Bear, then she is the Den Mother.
- Toronto, ON -
Proposals Due September 8th 2016
International Artist Manager’s Association Conference
Toronto, November 10-12, 2016
Opera.ca and the Canadian Music Centre are organizing a special performance as part of the IAMA Conference taking place in Toronto, November 10-12. We will be curating an event on Friday, November 11 at the Spoke Club featuring unique and compelling artists, ensembles, and programs.
IAMA brings an international audience of artist managers, presenters, and other buyers to Toronto who are actively looking for tour-ready artists.
We encourage artists to submit proposals for a 10-20 minute set (can include a single piece, a group of short pieces, a scene, or some other sequence of activities that encompass your performing practice). The event will feature Indie Opera productions and chamber music with an emphasis on contemporary Canadian repertoire.
Proposals that are selected will be programmed together during a late night, informal concert. The concert will be produced by Kyle Brenders. Selected artists will receive a fee, and travel support.
- Toronto -
Call for Participants August 15th – Sept 3rd, 2016
IPAA member Jesse Wabegijig is putting a call for participants out to join the award-winning Shadowland Theatre to create the Ashkenaz Parade and festival site décor.
We are looking for artists, puppeteers, makers, performers and enthusiastic learners to be part of the festival’s largest work of art.
- Toronto -
Application Deadline: August 12, 2016, 6pm
Position: Office Manager
Start Date: August 22nd, 2016
End Date: March 31st, 2017 with a possibility of a 3-month extension.
Region: Toronto, downtown
Term: Full Time, Contract
The selected candidate must have a proactive approach to their work and enjoy customer service relations. The candidate must enjoy working in an atmosphere of collaboration and plays a key role in tenant management and relations. The Office Manager will be responsible for Managing the office including but not limited to all general administration duties, tenant and client requests, coordinating meetings (Google Calendar), and contracting for Hot Desk clients.
- Submission Deadline August 31st –
imagineNATIVE is delighted to announce Bull’s Eye, a new music talent search in partnership with Slaight Music that seeks to nurture Canada’s newest music talent with unprecedented opportunities, including a $10,000 cash award, to turn their talent into a career.
As part of the initiative, Canada’s newest Indigenous musicians will be invited this summer (July 19 – August 31) to submit a sample track of their original work in an online contest for consideration by a jury of music and media arts industry leaders. Selected contest finalists will be promoted through imagineNATIVE’s social networks in the run up to the 17th annual imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival (October 19-23, 2016). The final nominees will be announced on the week of the Festival and the contest winner will be announced and awarded at imagineNATIVE’s annual music showcase, THE BEAT.
- APPLICATION DEADLINE: August 12th, 2016 -
The Folk Music Ontario Youth Program is an annual program which takes place in tandem with the Folk Music Ontario Annual Conference. The program is open to residents of Ontario and the National Capital Region, between ages 15 and 21, who are chosen for their interest, ability and experience. This year’s conference takes place in Ottawa from October 20-23, 2016.
-Submission Deadline July 29th, 2016-
The 4th annual WCT High-Wire Festival is looking to feature your story!
Western Canada Theatre is looking to the residents of Kamloops to share their personal stories and experiences in the city. The stories collected will be utilized as the inspiration to create the newest installment of the High-Wire Festival – SECRET CITY.
SECRET CITY is a unique, personal, audio adventure, created by local artists, that features the true, untold stories of the citizens of Kamloops – like you – that reveal a secret side of our city you didn’t know.
The only stipulation is that stories must be true, they must be yours to share, and they must be connected to a specific, physical location within Kamloops. Do you have a secret you’ve never told, a heartfelt memory, a moment of heartbreak, an instance of valour, or a story of love? Are you reminded of it every time you pass that park bench, or store front, or graffiti tag, or stop sign? Then we ask you to please share it with the artists behind SECRET CITY! Let your memory of the starlit summer night you strolled through Riverside Park and paused under the giant oak to share the kiss that told you this was forever be turned into a work of art!
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR STORY