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Indigenous Classical Music Gathering | In Person

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Banff Center is excited to invite folks to the third iteration of the Indigenous Classical Music Gathering (ICMG), led by faculty members Cris Derksen and Eliot Britton. Building on the groundbreaking work previously established by the Canadian Classical Indigenous Music Gathering, Indigenous composers and performers will come together to cultivate their individual crafts through collaboration and personal development. 

Participants will spend time each day to gather and discuss current classical music issues, unpack our shared history of being Indigenous within the genre, and shine a light onto where we would like to see classical music go. 

The ICMG values the integral role relationship building plays in ensuring healthy careers for all involved in the genre. There will be a guest faculty of Indigenous and non-Indigenous professionals to assist participants on their journey. 

What Does the Program Offer
A space for Indigenous classical musicians and composers to explore experimental elements of their craft, as well as finalize productions of their work to the best of their capacity, in a fully supported environment without barriers of micro-aggression, racism, or cultural bias.

Who Should Apply
This program is geared towards regional, national, and global Indigenous music practitioners including: composers, singers, instrumentalists, scholars, students provocateurs, disrupters, advocates pushing the boundaries of their artistic practice, artists that serve their community, and artistic leaders in classical music. 

One does not need a university degree in music, however should be working or intending to work in the field.

Program Dates: August 11 - 20, 2022
Application Deadline: June 22, 2022
Learn more and apply online: https://bit.ly/3actGYC

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*Financial Aid of up to 100% of tuition fee and 50% of meal and accommodation fee is available for this program.

Deadline: 
22/June/2022
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Seeking Digital Artists and Musicians

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Syntropy States is a small digital arts start-up with a big vision. We’re creating a platform that brings together the digital arts with breathwork, relaxation and meditation. We’re passionate about the role that art and music can play in people’s health and happiness and we want to help digital artists and musicians play a meaningful role in helping to heal our broken, stressed society. And that’s where you come in.

 

We’re looking for artists and musicians who want to share their work in meaningful ways to help social wellbeing by creating accessible art and music that provides a way to relax, reconnect and revitalise in an accessible way. Specifically, we are seeking to commission 4-5 minute audio visual videos to be hosted on our app “Syntropy”. Syntropy is a new and exciting way for the digital arts to not only entertain, but to also serve as an effective and widely available digital health tool.

 

Each visual and audio selection will receive £200, along with promotion, exposure to a large and growing audience and a digital arts residency within the Syntropy app and website. You can submit an unlimited amount of samples to the three categories, Breathe, Relax and Elevate.

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£200 for AV artists and digital residency
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Each visual and audio selection will receive £200, along with promotion, exposure to a large and growing audience and a digital arts residency within the Syntropy app and website. You can submit an unlimited amount of samples to the three categories, Breathe, Relax and Elevate.

Deadline: 
16/April/2022

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Altered Images

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Altered images is a spontaneous space for experimental film production, videoart, installations and live music. The festival aims to showcase silent or sound movies that are open to a sound reinterpretation.
Our showcase is open to artists all around the world whose works have an experimental and innovative character.
Its goal is to create forthcoming events of live music, projections and art installations where people can enjoy the show in a relaxed and friendly environment. We’re looking for brave and risky filmmakers, who enjoy exploring the sounds and the different touch other artists can provide to their images.
One of our key priorities is to look after the chosen videos that will be showcased as well as after the artists behind them. Not only by inviting them to attend the event, whenever possible, but also by providing them with a complete feedback.

Prizes Details: 

Get your movie or video showcased at Altered Images and benefit from the diffusion of the event in different social media.
We will promote all the works exhibited to engage with the largest possible audience and to create a network between different artists and audiences. This will be made through our platform.

Deadline: 
14/September/2022

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3 GBP Early Bird; 5 GBP Standard fee
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Open Call for a wide range of creatives across the UK

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Horatio's Garden is a fabulous charity that creates and nurtures beautiful gardens at NHS spinal injury centres. The spaces are stunning sanctuaries, created by well-known garden designers.

We are looking for a wide range of creative people to join us to bring an exciting range of activities and workshops to suit patients of all ages and backgrounds in five of ours gardens located in: The Welsh Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Centre (Cardiff), The Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre (Salisbury), The National Spinal Injuries Centre (Aylesbury), London Spinal Cord Injury Centre (London), The Midland Centre for Spinal Injuries (Oswestry). 

We are seeking visual artists, sculptors, musicians, singing group facilitators, creative writers, poets, ceramicists, crafters, carpenters, textile artists, print makers, photographers and more to form a programme of activities that will run year-round in the garden and garden room. The creative sessions are designed to bring gentle rehabilitation and enjoyment to patients and their families during a very difficult time.

The aims are:

To run workshops/hold performances that bring enjoyment and distraction to patients;

To be friendly, approachable and help patients to be creative, encouraging them to develop a new interest in arts and crafts or build on their existing talents;

To provide a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere;

To be inspired by the garden;

We are interested in hearing from creatives in close proximity to our gardens in Salisbury, Stoke Mandeville, Oswestry, London and Cardiff.

For more information, please contact Evie Redwood evie@horatiosgarden.org.uk

Registered charity numbers 1151475/SC045386 www.horatiosgarden.org.uk

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Open Call for a wide range of creatives in Horatio's Gardens

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Horatio's Garden is a fabulous charity that creates and nurtures beautiful gardens at NHS spinal injury centres. The spaces are stunning sanctuaries, created by well-known garden designers.

We are looking for a wide range of creative people to join us to bring an exciting range of activities and workshops to suit patients of all ages and backgrounds in five of ours gardens located in: The Welsh Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Centre (Cardiff), The Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre (Salisbury), The National Spinal Injuries Centre (Stoke Mandeville), London Spinal Cord Injury Centre (London), The Midland Centre for Spinal Injuries (Oswestry). 

We are seeking visual artists, sculptors, musicians, singing group facilitators, creative writers, poets, ceramicists, crafters, carpenters, textile artists, print makers, photographers and more to form a programme of activities that will run year-round in the garden and garden room. The creative sessions are designed to bring gentle rehabilitation and enjoyment to patients and their families during a very difficult time.

The aims are:

To run workshops/hold performances that bring enjoyment and distraction to patients;

To be friendly, approachable and help patients to be creative, encouraging them to develop a new interest in arts and crafts or build on their existing talents;

To provide a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere;

To be inspired by the garden;

We are interested in hearing from creatives in close proximity to our gardens in Salisbury, Stoke Mandeville, Oswestry, London and Cardiff.

For more information, please contact Evie Redwood evie@horatiosgarden.org.uk

Registered charity numbers 1151475/SC045386 www.horatiosgarden.org.uk

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Banff Musicians in Residence Winter 2022 | In-person

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This program provides space and focused time for musicians of all genres to concentrate on artistic development while working on projects that can be either individually or group/ensemble based. You may be working in your established genre(s), or exploring a new one.

Along with the freedom to structure your time around the needs of your project, you will receive artistic inspiration and career advice from well-established faculty who will connect with participants during the program, both in person and online. The visiting artists come from all musical backgrounds, therefore over 3 weeks participants will have access to a range of artistic influences.

Weekly public concerts in an intimate Banff Centre venue will allow you to try out new material, perform repertoire, and share the stage with fellow artists and faculty, to a receptive and casual local audience. These concerts are also recorded for your archival use.

What does the program offer?
A different visiting artist is brought in each week to assist and mentor program participants. Visiting artists are available four to five hours per day for group and one-on-one consultations. The opportunities for interaction and collaboration have the potential to produce outstanding, creative results.  Performance and recording opportunities are also available.

A personal studio space to work from is provided and available 24 hours a day. Production spaces are shared among all participants in the residency.

Those interested in additional professional development can apply for the role of Artistic Associate and act as the liaison between faculty and musicians for the program's duration. An individual of exceptional musical ability and maturity will be offered this unique opportunity to be involved in the delivery and event curation of the Banff Musicians in Residence program. The Artistic Associate will liaise between visiting artists and resident musicians as well as Music programming and production staff.

Who should apply?
The program is ideal for individual musicians, ensembles, bands, composers, and music researchers resident in Canada, to spend focused time working on a specific project; creating new works; preparing for concerts, auditions or competitions; or exploring and researching innovative ideas. Participants should be comfortable working autonomously in an unstructured environment to benefit the most from the program. Musicians at all levels are encouraged to apply.

The Artistic Associate may come from any musical background, but will have a wide-ranging knowledge and interest in a variety of musical genres. You must apply with a specific project and will be asked to submit a letter of intent specifically for the Artistic Associate role at the end of the application process.  A phone interview will be scheduled for the shortlisted candidates.

Please note: International participants are welcome to apply to on-campus programs that start after January 1, 2022. We will continue to monitor the situation closely, and ask that all those applying to programs investigate and monitor current regulations of the country from which you will be travelling. Note that if a quarantine period is required, this will be at the expense of the participant. (Please click here for up to date travel restriction measures).  

*Financial Aid of 100% is available to cover tuition, and Financial Aid of 50% is available to offset food and accommodation costs.

Program Dates: January 10 - 28, 2022
Application Deadline: October 13, 2021
Learn more and apply online: https://bit.ly/3kzxxBD

Deadline: 
13/October/2021
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