Male or female talent, no age preference. Actors required as soon as possible.
The project focuses on wildlife and habitat preservation in Canada. There are two PSAs that will be aired and the scripts have already been translated.
In need of the following languages:
Please send your demo directly to Lisi Hentz through email as soon as you are able.
- Calgary, AB -
Registration now open
Intensive Dates: Monday, August 1 to Saturday, August 6, 2016
Stage Left Productions, Third Way Theatre and Chromatic Theatre invite diverse agents of change to join us in an innovative, 6-day training intensive in arts-based equity intervention.
6-day intensives offering transformative collaboration and confidence-building.
Dates: Monday, August 1 to Saturday, August 6, 2016
Calgary, Alberta (Studio address will be disclosed upon registration.)
Tuition: $300 if paid by by July 1; $350 thereafter.
Payment plans, scales and barters are available to those who actually need it.
NON-REFUNDABLE Deposit: $100 to confirm your registration.
We cannot hold your spot in the intensive without this deposit. Limited spaces are available.
Payment: Paypal; Cash; Cheque or Money Order
- ENTRY DEADLINE: August 1, 2016 -
We are currently seeking organizations or individuals (local artists, architects, designers) with a passion for the arts and the environment to share their vision with the local community. This year we are opening the floor to anyone with an artistic vision, who is interesting in designing an exhibit for the up and coming festival. The theme of the competition is “Alternative Energy”. This theme allows our artists to show their creative side with few restrictions, so individuals or teams are able to work with different light materials, ice sculptures or any other creative ideas to come up with a winter light themed exhibit. Keep in mind, many of these exhibits will also include the stars of the Edmonton Valley Zoo themselves, the animals!
Below is a series of questions we will need you to answer in order for this to be the best Festival of Light yet! Also a few things to keep in mind are:
- Chosen projects will be provided with a budget of $3,500.00. You’re use of the funds is discretionary as long as the project approved is the project built.
- Power will be provided by the Edmonton Valley Zoo, you just need to ensure the exhibit is maintained, keep in mind our harsh winter conditions. Your project must include power needs and specifications…keeping mind alternative energy sources are the preferred manner. We require our artists to use timers to minimize the power used during the 10 day festival period.
- Be creative: anything goes here with materials, this can be ice, lights, anything! Just let us know what we can help provide to you!
- It is a city wide festival, so people from all over Edmonton will be able to view your submission, so it is a great way to gain awareness about your work.
- This is fun! So keep it light-hearted and enjoyable! We want energetic people with a love of the arts to share in this experience.
Click here to see a site layout plan, and start dreaming and planning your submission today.
Download your application by clicking the “Artist Application” above, then fax, email, or mail it to the address shown.
For more information, or to ask specific questions email FOL_Competition[at]buildingourzoo.com
- Submission Deadline: August 1, 2016 -
Native Earth Performing Arts, in partnership with Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, is proud to introduce the 2-Spirit Cabaret, an evening featuring 2-Spirit, Trans and Queer-identified Indigenous artists! Please join us for a showcase of spoken word and performance, taking place November 11, 2016 at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.
SUBMIT TO PARTICIPATE
DEADLINE: August 1, 2016.
Please submit a one-page Letter of Interest describing your proposed performance piece and its connection to the 2-Spirit, Queer or Trans experience and identity. Please also include with your submission:
- Registration deadline is Monday July 31, 2016 -
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
Tahkwahkun Achimowin ~ Autumn Storytelling Gathering
August 25th to 29th, 2016 at Gabriel’s Crossing, SK
This is a four-day educational and professional development experience and each participant should be prepared for a unique hands-on cultural experience in mentorship with respected Knowledge Keepers and storytellers.
Who Should Participate?
• community members
• students – 18 years+
• visual artists
• singers and
• emerging &/or professional theatre practitioners
Activities will include but not be limited to the following:
• Berry picking, drying & pounding
• Bannock Making
• Medicine Walks
• Cultural Activities – beadwork, painting, jigging and singing
• Campfire/Storytelling – with special guests
• Optional cultural ceremonies will be available
Participants are expected to take part in all components based on a rotational daily schedule.
To Register: More...
NATIVE EARTH PERFORMING ARTS announces 2016-2017 Season
Beginning October 2016 in Aki Studio
TORONTO, ON – Native Earth Performing Arts announces the line-up for its 34th season, which places a focus on transformations happening in our community, our country, our world. With evolutions from the personal realm to the public, resistance to acceptance, ignorance to understanding, and ultimately, from the past to the present, Artistic Director Ryan Cunningham and Managing Director Isaac Thomas invite you to witness change.
“By joining us in Aki Studio and witnessing these transformations,
we hope you, too, will dare to change.” – Ryan Cunningham, Artistic Director
WEESAGEECHAK BEGINS TO DANCE 29:
ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF INDIGENOUS WORKS
November 9 – 19, 2016 | Aki Studio | Single Tickets $15, Festival Pass $60
Written and Performed by Sheldon Elter
January 27 – February 5, 2017 | Aki Studio | Single Tickets $15-$25
NIIMI’IWE: INDIGENOUS DANCE DOUBLE BILL
LIGHT BREAKING THROUGH BROKEN | THE NDN WAY
March 29 – April 1, 2017 | Aki Studio | Single Tickets $25, Double Bill $40
Written and Performed by Cliff Cardinal
On Tour 2017
RUTAS INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL 2016
presented in partnership with Aluna Theatre
October 5 – 16, 2016 | Aki Studio
PAPRIKA FESTIVAL 2017
May 2017 | Aki Studio
Casting call for Feature Film – “His Master’s Voice.”
-Cities for response Toronto, Ottawa, Montréal-
Shooting begins July 17th In Ottawa
Deadline for submissions ASAP
Shooting starts Sunday July 17, 2016
Shooting finishes Sunday August 21, 2016
Rate and union ACTRA
Storyline After seeing a documentary on a special U.S. research unit in the 1970s who was tasked with decoding a signal from outer space, Peter embarks on a journey to find his estranged father, whom he believes was working on the scientific team
Comments Talent based in the National Capital Region will be given preference, with some exceptions given for talent from outside of the region.
HIS MASTER’s VOICE – OTHER ROLES
The Quiet Voice Productions Inc.
Associated breakdowns July 5, 2016 12:46 PM, June 30, 2016 4:51 PM,June 30, 2016 3:08 PM, June 30, 2016 3:07 PM, June 26, 2016 6:38 PM
-Application accepted now through September 31, 2016-
CALL FOR EMERGING INDIGENOUS STORYTELLERS by CBC DOCS: SHORT DOCS
Emerging Indigenous storytellers are invited to submit pitches for multi-platform short documentaries. CBC Docs: Short Docs is seeking point-of-view short doc content that offers a modern reflection of Canada through the eyes of emerging Indigenous creators, telling the stories of young Canadians who are challenging the past to define their future.
The call for submissions follows the successful launch in May of CBC Docs: Short Docs, and is part of CBC’s continued expansion of innovative offerings in the digital space.
Interested filmmakers are invited to apply through September 30, 2016. The selected short docs will be distributed across CBC’s multiple digital platforms throughout 2017.
To apply check out the link: http://www.cbc.ca/independentproducers/genres/cbc_docs_shorts
614 Bloor st W
July 17th, 2016
Join the Pacha Arts family for an afternoon of storytelling with Lawrence Cheechoo.
This event is open to everyone of all ages and backgrounds. It is part of Pacha Art’s mandate to promote, support, and showcase different indigneous art forms to be shared with all
“My name is Lawrence Cheechoo, I am Cree from the Moose Cree First Nation in Northern Ontario. Growing up in Northern Ontario surrounded by family, nature and wild animals fostered my interest in Cree tradition, language, and history.
Since an early age I was taught the importance of acknowledging and understanding one’s own cultural identity. From a young age my parents would tell stories of our past. The stories about hardship and survival and the legends from our ancestors that teach us about our relation to the world around us both spiritual and natural. Even still as I tell these stories there is still a lesson in them that still resonates with me.
Living in the city of Toronto offers many opportunities to learn about and observe people and culture. I am a firm believer that any value placed in one’s own cultural heritage will go a long way to understanding the value in another’s cultural heritage as well.
As an indigenous person I feel that through compassion, responsibility, respect and love that we can fulfill our ultimate role to ourselves, each other and our community.
Thank you all”
-Application deadline July 25th-
The Administrative Assistant is responsible for the administration and financial wellbeing of the Organization including finance and legal matters, grants and special funding, filing, day-to day gallery operations, outreach and public relations.
Accountability and Authority:
The Employee shall report to the Director of Urban Shaman Inc.
Employed by and responsible to Urban Shaman Inc, the Administrative Assistant co-manages the Urban Shaman Gallery with the Director.
The Administrative Assistant shall play a key-supporting role in ensuring Organizational policy compliance especially including Finance Policy.
Key relationships of the Administrative Assistant include: Director; Bookkeeper; accountants/auditors; Outreach Coordinator; Preparator; volunteers; artists; members and Board members; funders, and the general public.
July 14th, 2016
7PM – Pay what you can
Charlotte Street Arts Centre
Singing with the Ancestors // Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa
by Jeremy Dutcher
July 14th, 2016 7pm
Taking inspiration from archival recordings of Wolastoq music in the early 1900s, Jeremy presents his interpretations and original compositions by merging two worlds, that of the classical and traditional.
Everyone is welcome.
See the facebook event here
Featuring IPAA Members:
-Niagara Falls, ON-
July 13th, 2016
Six Nations will stage an all-star talent showcase featuring local artists during the upcoming Assembly of First Nations annual general meeting.
This year’s general assembly runs from July 12 to 14 in the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls. The talent showcase, billed as a Celebration of Six Nations: The Artists, is scheduled for July 13.
As host for the meeting, Six Nations will get the opportunity to showcase its culture and its position as the country’s most populous First Nation.
Taking part in the showcase will be: Academy Award nominee Graham Greene; Santee Smith, artistic director of the Kaha:wi Dance Theatre; actress,singer andsongwriter Cheri Maracle; and actress and model Taysha Fuller.
Also in the lineup are Bits of Bluegrass, Murray Porter, Derek Miller, the Pappy Johns Band, Rebecca Miller and Jace Martin.
Performing artists will include Six Nations Women Singers, The Old Mush Singers, the Sky Dancers and Michelle Farmer’s Studio of Dance.
Artists Lacey Hill, Logan Staats and The Ollivanders will round out the performance.
“Together, many of these artists have been honoured with awards and nominations from award shows across North America,” notes Six Nations elected Chief Ava Hill.