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Into The Art Exhibition

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Into the Art is a exhibition dedicated to creating cohesive environments for all forms of art that people can fully immersive themselves into in all aspects, from sound, sight, smell, and emotionally. We welcome artist of all disciplines to apart of this grand exhibition held at The Greenpoint Gallery, 390 McGuinness Blvd, Brooklyn, NY from November 15 -22, 2019 with a opening and closing reception. We are looking for artist in the following categories whose work fits within the themed rooms shown in the application. It is open to artist 18 years or older in the US. Please find the category you would like to submit your work to and read the details. 

2D Art:
We are looking for 50 or more 2D artist for the full length of the exhibition. All artwork must be age appropriate since all days excluding opening and closing reception will have people 17 & under attending. We do not take a commission of the artist artwork. If someone is interested in you work we will provide them with your contact information for them to reach you directly. 2D art fee is $15 per piece submitted. All artwork must be no larger than 36x36. Maximum of 5 submission for review and a maximum of (3) will be selected for the exhibition. After reviewing your submission we will send a confirmation email with your chosen method of payment and the chosen pieces for the exhibition. In the comments section of the application please state the number of pieces you want in the show.

3D Art:
We are looking for 8 or more 3D artist for the full length of the exhibition. All artwork must be age appropriate since all days excluding opening and closing reception will have people 17 & under attending. We do not take a commission of the artist artwork. If someone is interested in you work we will provide them with your contact information them to reach you directly. 3D art fee is $20 for (1) submission per artist. Maximum size of artwork to fit on a podium must be equal to or less than 20" in width and 36" high. You can submit up to (5) pieces for review. After reviewing your submission we will send a confirmation email with your chosen method of payment and the chosen piece for the exhibition.

Musicians/Performers/ Poets:
We have (20) spots available for musicians, performers, and poets for 30 minute slots. The first (8) to apply will either have a time reserved for opening or closing night. All others will have a designated day to perform throughout the span of the exhibition. All that we ask from performers is for you to sell two tickets to the exhibition to assist with rental of the space and equipment. Ticket sales can be made before or the day of your performance. All performers will have an opportunity to collect donation from the audience during and after their performance. Submission requires a sample video that best describe your performances and a image for the exhibition website. Maximum number of (5) members per group. If your performance is less than 30 minutes or more that 30 minutes please note it in the comments section along with any equipment required for your performance. After reviewing your submission we will send a confirmation email with the available days and times.

Art Vendors:
We are looking for 34 vendors for the exhibition. The first (4) to apply have the option of displaying on opening or closing night. Following that all other vendors will have a designated date during the duration of the exhibition to showcase their items. Your selected day will be based on that day's collection of items being displayed. All items on display must be no taller than 24" high from the the table and age appropriate since all days excluding opening and closing reception will have people 17 & under attending. A flat fee of $45 is required once approved. Please provide 2 to 5 images that best represents your merchandise. After reviewing your submission we will send a confirmation email with your chosen method of payment. Once payment is received your spot will be held and you will receive a notification for the day and location of your table 2 weeks prior to opening night.

* All 2D and 3D artist coming out of town are not required to attend opening or closing night. However, they must provide proper packaging for their artwork and a return label if they are unable to pick up their work after the show. Any artwork shipped to us will be handled with the utmost care once in our possession but we still recommend you get insurance on your packages.

CALENDER DATE:
Online submission deadline: Sunday October 27th
Artt drop-off Day: Thursday November 14th 10am to noon & 6pm to 8pm
Opening Reception: Friday November 15th 6pm to 10pm
Closing Reception: Friday, November 22nd 6pm to 10pm
Art pick-up: Friday November 22nd 10:30 pm or Saturday November 23rd 11am to 6pm

*Please do not contact The Greenpoint Gallery. We are renting the space for the duration of the exhibition and are not affiliated.

Deadline: 
10/27/2019

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Fee Detail: 
$0 to apply
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Call for submissions | Indigenous Performing Arts Residency

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Dates: September 30 - October 05, 2019

Overview

Banff Centre is committed to the development, and production of new works in all major performance disciplines and encourages bold collaborations. Indigenous Performing Arts residencies are designed for Indigenous artists to work on the initial creation phase of a new work in one or more of our studio spaces.

What does the program offer?

This residency offers a range of work spaces and facilities depending on participants' needs and availability. Banff Centre provides limited production support for these residencies. Additional technical support may be negotiated when possible. Partial residencies may be available. 

Who should apply?

We invite project proposals from individual Indigenous artists, Indigenous artistic collectives, and Indigenous companies of all sizes. Artists with projects at various stages of development are encouraged to apply - whether at the conceptual, creation, development, refinement, or redevelopment stage of a new work.

Application fee: $35 for individuals or groups. Individual group members must pay an additional registration fee of $35 on acceptance.

*Participants accepted to the program will be eligible for up to 100% scholarship to cover the program fee.

The program fee includes a single room and the Full Flex Meal Plan at Banff Centre. Travel to and from Banff Centre is the responsibility of participants.

 

Deadline: 
08/07/2019
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Call For Applications

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Call for Applications

6thAnnual Mbongui Square Festival 2019

Date of Festival: December 20, 21, & 22 
Locations: Shawl Anderson Dance Center (Berkeley) 
& Idora Park Project Space (Oakland)

Mbongui Square Festival promotes the intersectionality of art forms and encourages ethnic diversity. This event creates a bridge between local, national and international artists to enrich the local experience and reinforce the vision of a society that coalesces through the art of dance, music, spoken word poetry, and visual arts.

In the Kongo language of Central Africa, Mbonguiis a place where the community gathers. Mbonguimeans togetherness and it upholds values of hospitality, free speech, justice, equity, and moral societal codes. To learn more about the festival, visit: www.mbonguifest.org/

Kiandanda Dance Theater invites dance, music, spoken word and visual art artists to submit their existing work to be considered for the Mbongui Square Festival in December 2019. 

Participating in this festival provides artists with performance opportunity, publicity, generous tech support, a videographer and photographer to document your performances, as well as hospitality in the spirit of the Mbongui (community).Please, direct any questions to mbonguisf@gmail.com.

Deadline: 
06/15/2019

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$75 Application fee
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Musical Theatre Creation

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Theatre Alberta, Alberta Playwrights’ Network, and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity are proud to welcome Bob Martin and Lisa Lambert, creators of the award-winning musical The Drowsy Chaperone, for a master class in Musical Theatre Creation. 

We are in a new golden age of musical theatre. Writers and composers are exploring daring topics, forms, and styles. This three-day workshop will provide playwrights and theatre creators with tools and insights that can be applied to their own writing practice, and an opportunity to learn about Martin and Lambert’s’ unique and collaborative style of musical theatre creation.

Long-time collaborators Martin and Lambert created The Drowsy Chaperone with writer Don McKellar and composer Greg Morrison. The play opened on Broadway in 2006 and went on to receive multiple Tony and Drama Desk awards, including awards for both book and score. 

What does the program offer?

Participants in Musical Theatre Creation will learn methods and practice skills necessary for creating original work. Topics will include the relationship between book writer and lyricist, the importance of identifying and embracing a personal writing process, and original works versus adaptations (and the challenges that each pose). Participants are asked to bring work-in-progress material to discuss and to receive feedback from the instructors.

Who should apply?

This program is intended for experienced playwrights and theatre creators with a strong interest in musical theatre creation. Individual artists, as well as those working as part of writing teams, are welcome to apply. Songwriting experience is an asset but not a requirement. Please note that this class will not cover musical composition.

Artists residing outside Alberta will be required to pay an out-of-province fee of $100.

This master class is presented by Theatre Alberta, Alberta Paywrights' Network and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity as part of Theatre Alberta’s Workshops by Request: Rocky Mountain Series.

Date: March 01 - March 03, 2019

Deadline: 
01/23/2019
Fee Detail: 
65
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Projection Technologist Practicum

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Throughout the summer, practicum participants will implement video equipment in support of Banff Centre’s Performing Arts residency programs. Participants will facilitate the video needs of the Performing Arts department under the supervision of a faculty mentor. 

The program also offers exposure to other multimedia disciplines at Banff Centre including 2D and 3D animation, VR, augmented reality, and interactivity for live performance. 

What does the program offer?

This practicum program provides hands-on experience with large scale video equipment in a fast paced, professional environment. Participants will have to manage time and resources to best support the performances and workshops occurring on campus. Participants will gain experience in both technical system design and resource management.

Who should apply?

Applicants should have a working knowledge of video systems including projectors and displays, as well as experience in the technical side of live performance either as a technician or manager.

Accepted applicants will need to bring the following items to the program:

Logo-free show blacks

CSA apporved Steel-toed shoes or boots

Flashlight or headlamp

Adjustable wrench

Intel or AMD based laptop with a minimum of 8GB of ram and 128GB internal storage

Access to the Adobe Creative Suite and Autocad/Vectorworks would be considered an asset

Dates: May 07 - August 06, 2019

Deadline: 
01/30/2019
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Props Builder Practicum

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Practicum participants will examine their core skills and develop those needed by a props builder in today’s theatre world. Through collaborative and individual instruction, assignments, and presentations, this program covers a wide variety of techniques.

Specific course content is determined by Banff Centre performance programming, for which participants will take an active part in the creation of props, from design through rehearsals to opening.

What does the program offer?

The core skills of a props artisan are developed based on the needs of each participant. Woodwork, wood turning, the use of various plastics, sewing, painting, sculpting, drawing, and hand and power tool use are covered,  along with materials and techniques used in contemporary practice. 

Additional workshops are often offered in upholstery techniques, materials relevant to theatrical use, sculpting with various materials, and moulding and casting using silicone and urethane rubbers/resins. 

Props practicums are encouraged to engage in workshops hosted by other departments. In the past, millinery, prosthetic makeup, scenic paint, welding, ladder and lift training, life drawing practice, and rope work have been offered as skills of value to props artisans.

Who should apply?

Ideal applicants will have some training and apprenticeship experience as well as an interest in pursuing a career as a props builder.

Applicants should be captivated by creating, not as a solo artist but as part of a collegial group of talented coworkers, and fashioning the supporting elements to a performed piece. Applicants must be able to facilitate a designer’s vision and accommodate the changes inherent in the rehearsal process.

Dates: May 07 - August 06, 2019

Deadline: 
01/30/2019
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