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Call for Submissions: HARP and SubletSeries

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Looking for a space to produce your next live performance? 

SubletSeries, HERE’s curated & subsidized rental program with the aim of offering accessible space and support to productions big and small that have the audience to support a 3+ week run. HERE supports in lots of other ways as well! You can find out all about that on this site, along with the specs of the space and other requirements: https://subletseries.here.org/

We have openings in our 63-seat Dorothy B. Williams Theatre for fall 2022 and winter/spring 2023 rentals! Weekly rates are $3,200 non-profit subsidized. Visit https://here.org/programs/subletserieshere/ to apply, and feel free to email remi@here.org with any questions! This space is perfect for a run of three weeks or more. 

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HARP

One of the most robust residency programs of this nature in the country and serving as a national model, HARP provides a commission, developmental support, career planning, and an opportunity for a full production to hybrid artists within a collaborative environment of peers working across disparate art forms – including theatre, dance, music, puppetry, visual art, and new media. HARP provides significant long-term support, as well as at least $50,000 in cash and $50,000 in space, equipment, and services over 2-3 years to tailor each residency to each artist’s individual needs.

With the launch of URHERE (our new digital and outdoor platform), HERE is excited to expand our HARP cohort this year to include digital and outdoor artists. Selected artists will partake in a 1-2 year residency to create digital native and/or outdoor works that will premiere on URHERE. These artists will receive at least $25,000 in cash, $25,000 in space, equipment, and services, and will still participate in all other aspects of HARP.

Through this significant investment of time and resources, HERE works together with artists to cultivate exciting and innovative new work for the stage and the digital world.

 

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01/February/2023

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Viral Human.

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From 3 November 2022 to 30 April 2023 it is possible to participate in the Call for submissions: “VIRAL HUMAN – Public Art and Metaverse. First Virtual Exhibition on the island of Venice”, dedicated to Visual Arts and Contemporary Music.

Viral Human is a multimedia installation virtually spread on the island of Venice, that travels in parallel between two historical eras, the Plague and Covid. The visit itinerary unfolds like a treasure hunt through an app that, like a time capsule, guides the visitor in an immersive and interactive experience.

The project is sponsored by the Ministry of Culturethe Academy of Fine Arts of Venice, the Ugo and Olga Levi Foundation and prestigious collaborations such as the well-known theatre director Matteo Belli, the Department of Ancient Music of the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory, the Venice State Archives, the Venice Civic Museums Foundation, the Scuola Grande di San Rocco and the Pantakin Theatre Company – comedy circus theatre events.

Participants in the Call who pass the pre-selection will be able to virtually exhibit their work in a place in the city of Venice of their choice, becoming part of an international collective exhibition, which will start on 17 July and end on 2 November 2023.
The Viral Human project and the works of the artists will be available through the mobile application.

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Venice
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30/April/2023

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50.00
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Selection of performances for Opera Prima Festival XIX

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The call is opened to Italian and international individuals or groups of professional theatre and performing arts, structured in any legal form that allows them to fulfill the administrative and bureaucratic practices necessary to realize their performance. 

Only artistic projects that realize experimentation with scenic languages, according to the points mentioned above, are eligible for selection. Amateur works, drama theater and performances of entertainment won’t be selected.

The Festival commission selects both original works that have not been yet performed, as well as works that have already debut, but which have not had an adequate circulation and/or visibility. The submitted works must be no longer than 60 minutes.

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The selected performances are going to be included in the XIX Edition of Festival Opera Prima and are going to be performed from the 15th to  the 18th of june 2023.
All expenses and practices concerning the organization, communication, staff, promotion of the event will be in charge of the organization of the Festival.

At each selected company will be paid, after the presentation of an invoice, a fee that has to be agreed and will be guaranteed the possibility of lodging at an affiliated guesthouse (just for the people working in the performance). 

Read the full text of the call at https://www.festivaloperaprima.it/en/xix-edition-2023/2023-call-for-entries

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Rovigo, Italy
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10/December/2022

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Career consulting for artists and creatives

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Are you embarking on an ambitious artistic project but feeling overwhelmed? Stuck in a 9-5 that doesn’t scratch your creative itch Overwhelmed by how to grow and diversify your artistic career? Just need someone to talk shop with?

Consider talking with us! These Trees Grow is career consulting for artists and creatives.

Led by Brooklyn-based musician, theatermaker, and arts leader Toby Singer, These Trees Grow helps creatives develop solutions to the questions they face in today’s changing arts ecosystem. He offers: creative career strategy, tactical day-to-day advice, and mentorship from someone who has seen the ups and downs of artistic life from all sides. Toby specializes in working with people struggling to find creative fulfillment in what they do, emerging artistic careers of all disciplines, and people looking to formalize their creative hobbies into something more.

Toby holds a music degree from the University of Michigan and an MFA in performing arts management from Brooklyn College. Most recently, he served as artistic director of Super Secret Arts, a buzzy theater start-up and venue that was featured in outlets including American Theatre and WNYC. Toby has blazed an eclectic artistic path - beginning his career playing, recording, and touring with indie rock bands, while finding a niche in religious music as a music director and writer. In New York, he has produced and engineered records for other artists, worked as a conductor and arranger, and collaborated on numerous musical theater projects as a composer, playwright, and sound designer. His work has been praised in the New York Times, New York Magazine, and the New Yorker, and has been produced Off-Broadway, regionally, and academically.

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Sublet Series at HERE

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Looking for a space to produce your next live performance? 

SubletSeries, HERE’s curated & subsidized rental program with the aim of offering accessible space and support to productions big and small that have the audience to support a 3+ week run. HERE supports in lots of other ways as well! You can find out all about that on this site, along with the specs of the space and other requirements: https://subletseries.here.org/

 

We have openings in our 63-seat Dorothy B. Williams Theatre for fall 2022 and winter/spring 2023 rentals! Weekly rates are $3,200 non-profit subsidized. Visit https://here.org/programs/subletserieshere/ to apply, and feel free to email remi@here.org with any questions! This space is perfect for a run of three weeks or more. 

 

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Today I... Open Call

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We are now accepting submissions for our first entry in the Today I... Visual Journal Series.

Today I... is a visual journal entry series that combines different mediums and styles to tell a story, transporting viewers into a world woven together by accompanying visuals, and the words that narrate it. Each entry has a different theme in the form of a prompt.

Our first prompt is the following: ...I feel like I'm floating

This series open call is accepting all artistic mediums including, but not limited to, writing, film, visual art, music, and performance art.

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- Open to all 18 years and older

- Submission materials can be of any medium but must be submitted in a digital format (Ex: JPG, PNG, MP4, PDF, etc.)

Deadline: 
20/September/2022

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