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RMWB: Games Legacy Grant

As a result of hosting the 1985 Alberta Summer Games, 1992 Alberta Winter Games, 2003 Alberta Senior Games and 2004 Arctic Winter Games, a Games Legacy grant was created with surplus monies from these events.

To support athletes, performers, artists, teams, coaches or instructors in Wood Buffalo to:

  • develop their skills through training, programs or activities in amateur sport, arts and/or culture
  • participate in provincial, national or international level competitions, including the North American Indigenous Games
  • to promote and develop future local talent within the community
  • support residents to achieve their maximum potential

During the Call for Applications, Community Investment Program (CIP) staff are available to answer any questions.

A pre-application meeting is encouraged for new applicants or any applicant looking for more information. During a pre-application meeting, CIP staff will review eligibility, how the grant process works, accessing and completing applications in the Online Grant Portal, and other key information.

To schedule a pre-application meeting, you may send a request to Pulse. In your request, please provide:

  • applicant name
  • grant stream(s) you are interested in applying to
  • a brief description of what you plan to apply for
  • your availability for a virtual meeting

Funding Amounts

  • Athletes, performers, artists, coaches or instructors may be granted a maximum of $1,500
  • Teams, nonprofit organizations, or groups may be granted a maximum of $3,000

September 7, 2022: Call for Applications Closes – deadline to submit your application is 4:30 p.m. MST.

Deadline: 07-09-2022

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Dance Artists in Residence 2022

Overview

The Dance Artists in Residence program is designed specifically for dance artists to have focused time for the creation and development of new works in Banff Centre studios, with support as desired from a faculty team of professional dance dramaturgs.

This program brings a number of dance artists to the Banff campus at the same time to work on their respective projects, while enjoying opportunities for artistic connection and exchange with peers. The residency is intended for artists working in the initial creation phase of a new work, which they will develop over the course of one or two weeks in residence.

What does the program offer?

This residency offers a range of dance spaces depending on participants’ needs and studio availability, and artists will be provided with a basic sound system. As this program focusses on creating and developing ideas and forms of practice, participants will not have access to production spaces. Banff Centre is unable to provide support around production or technical elements.

Artists are expected to be creating work during this residency, however are not expected to give a final performance or showing. Participants will be offered the opportunity to have an open studio showing at the end of their stay, if desired. 

Applicants are encouraged to bring their own dramaturgs, however for those unable to bring a collaborating dramaturg, there will be two dance dramaturgs on faculty who will be available to engage as required.

Who should apply?

We invite project proposals from experienced, professional individual artists, artistic collectives, and companies worldwide. Artists at various stages of development are encouraged to apply. 

Please note:

  • Applying companies are limited to eight members. 
  • Large requests for technical support may affect the outcome of the adjudication as this residency has minimal resources for technical and production. 

For full details on vaccination requirements, masking, safety protocols, and COVID related policies please visit: www.banffcentre.ca/covid-19-measures

Deadline: 07-09-2022

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Writer in Residence

The Airdrie Public Library is accepting submissions of interest for this year’s APL Writer in Residence. The position entails a four-week engagement in the fall of 2022, working with the public and supporting emerging and established writers in any genre or form of writing. A 40-hour commitment is expected of the successful applicant.

The writer in residence will receive a $3,000 honorarium.

The writer in residence will provide one-on-one consultations and will offer manuscript readings, blue pencil critiques and publishing process advice. In addition, they will deliver four public speaking events including one reading of their work.

We are anticipating this program will be offered in person at the library, but the successful candidate may be required to work remotely, with some or all activities being offered online.

Application deadline: 5:00pm., September 9, 2022.

Applicants must:

  • Have a solid publication history and an established reputation as a professional writer.
  • Be experienced in teaching and leading writing workshops.
  • Be able to critique a variety of writing styles and genres.
  • Be able to handle public speaking, work with groups, and work one-on-one.
  • Be available to undertake the engagement in November 2022.

Please provide the following information when applying:

  • Cover letter
  • Current resume or CV
  • Author’s bio
  • Four ideas for potential workshop topics

Please email completed applications to [email protected]airdriepubliclibrary.ca.

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Deadline: 09-09-2022

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Art Bank Launches 50th Anniversary Call for Purchase

As part of its 50th anniversary year, the Canada Council Art Bank has launched a new purchase program with a budget of $600,000 for new acquisitions. Given that this constitutes the first major Art Bank open call for purchases since 2011, it is an important moment in the evolution of the Art Bank collection and an opportunity to represent the changing face of contemporary art in Canada.

Announced by Director and CEO Simon Brault at the Canada Council Art Bank’s 50th anniversary exhibition vernissage on June 16—and now open for submissions—the new purchase program is one of several Council initiatives that aims to foster equity throughout the arts sector.

“I’m happy to announce today an open call for Art Bank purchases in 2022-23 that will address historical inequities in the collection,” said Brault.  

In keeping with the Canada Council’s current strategic direction, priority will be given to the acquisition of artworks by artists who self-identify as Indigenous, Black, racialized, Deaf or having a disability, from official language minority communities, youth, 2SLGBTQ, gender-diverse and women, including artists at the intersections of these identities. In addition, the Art Bank will prioritize acquisitions of artworks by artists who are not currently in the Art Bank collection.

The previous call for purchase held in 2011 resulted in 1,875 submissions and the acquisition of 52 new works by Canadian artists. Among the 2011 acquisitions were paintings, photographs, sculptures and drawings valued at $303,025.

Submissions to the 2022 Call for Purchase are now open. All interested artists—emerging or established, individuals, groups or collaborations—as well as artists’ representatives, such as art dealers, gallery owners and artist cooperatives, will be considered. The information required to complete a submission can be found in the Art Bank Purchase Program Guidelines. Among the eligibility details of note:

  • The artist must be a Canadian citizen or have permanent resident status.
  • It is not necessary to be living in Canada to apply.
  • Artwork must be from a living artist and have been produced in the last five years.
  • Eligible artwork for purchase includes paintings, sculptures, limited-edition prints and photographs, drawings, fine craft, mixed media and other related mediums. (The Art Bank no longer acquires films, videos, installation work or large outdoor sculpture.)

All submissions will be assessed on elements of artistic merit, relevance and feasibility by a committee of artistic peers made up of professional artists and experts in their fields. Committee members will be selected with consideration to fair representation of artistic specializations, Canada’s official languages, First Nations, Inuit and Métis people, Deaf and disability communities, gender, age and the cultural and regional diversity of Canada.

The deadline for artwork submissions is September 14, 2022.

The 2022 Call for Purchase is an exciting program that will have far reaching impacts in all corners of Canada’s art world.

Deadline: 14-09-2022

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Exposure 2023 Emerging Photographers Showcase

Exhibition Opportunity at Contemporary Calgary

Exposure welcomes diverse and innovative submissions from Alberta-based emerging photographers and visual artists who incorporate, celebrate or challenge the photographic medium within their practice.

We are delighted to announce the Exposure 2023 Emerging Photographers Showcase Juror is Tiffany Jones, Publisher of Overlapse (UK/Canada). Overlapse has published internationally recognized and engaging books in collaboration with photographers, artists and storytellers based around the world.

Those who have been selected by the juror will: 

  • Exhibit their work in the Exposure 2023 Emerging Photographers Showcase exhibition.
  • Be invited to become involved with the exhibition’s related programming.
  • Be invited to show selected work in a public exhibition presented on Pattison Outdoor digital billboards located in the City of Calgary.
  • Have their name and website link featured on the Exposure website as an artist profile, reaching audiences worldwide.
  • Have the opportunity to win one of the awards presented by Exposure, GRAIN Projects, Shutter Hub, The Magenta Foundation and TREX Southwest.
  • Receive $161 Artist Fee (in line with CARFAC recommended Fee Schedule)
  • Receive $150 Production Expense Allocation with Exposure 2023 Print Partner, ABL Imaging Group, to cover/support costs of printing work for the exhibition.
  • Have their work promoted in the Exposure 2023 official press release pack.

All those who submit their work will:

Have the opportunity to be featured on the Exposure Photography Festival curated Instagram account reaching audiences worldwide! Exposure will be sharing examples of strong submissions throughout the duration of the open call. To enhance your chance of being featured on our platform, please make sure you submit your work early.

Gain visibility with the juror and Exposure team.

Submission Fee: $35 CAD for 10 images
Deadline: September 1, 2022 at 6pm MST

We encourage submissions from members of underrepresented groups, and we welcome submissions from gender and sexually diverse individuals, racialized persons/persons of colour, women, Indigenous/Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities.

Exposure is committed to supporting individuals who face barriers in applying for its opportunities. If you require assistance, please email Exposure Coordinator Beth Kane – [email protected].

Deadline: 01-09-2022

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Auditions: They Say it Takes Five Years

They Say It Takes Five Years directed by Jenny Price is a new work in development by Wood Buffalo writer and humorist Carla White about community, well being, and the journey of healing through all of life’s drama, trauma, and shitastrophies. This production will culminate in a staged play reading at the Heritage Shipyard on Thursday, September 8 at 7 PM, as part of Alberta Culture Days 2022.

Auditions will take place in person at Suncor Energy Centre for the Performing Arts (230 Powder Drive) on Friday, August 19 at 6 PM – 8 PM and Saturday, August 20 at 11 AM – 1 PM & 4 PM – 6 PM.

This opportunity is casting ages 14 and up.

When auditioning, you will be asked to read sides from the script in a group with other folx auditioning. The sides will be provided at the audition. The Director will be there to guide you through the process and might ask you to read for several different parts during the audition.

Sides (also called audition sides, script sides, or acting sides) are pages from a script that directors give to actors to to them as part of the audition process. Sides are a portion of the script, typically just a couple of pages selected from one or more scenes.

You do not need to prepare anything for this audition.

This is a paid opportunity.

Swamp Rat Experience promotes equity, diversity, and inclusion in our productions and creative process. We encourage performers of all skills and abilities (physical and/or mental), ages, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, and ethnicity to apply.

If you need accommodations to be made for you to be able to audition, please contact [email protected] We want to make sure our audition process is accessible to anyone and everyone without barriers or limitations presented by a typical audition process.

Carla White is a humorist, writer and playwright who explores ways of using comedy and laughter to help with trauma healing.

Swamp Rat Experience is a non-profit theatre society in nistawâyâw / ᓂᐢᑕᐋᐧᔮᐤ / Fort McMurray Wood Buffalo. They believe that theatre is an opportunity for self-expression, exploration, and connection, and aim to create theatre that invests in artistic development, increased accessibility, and conversation.

Deadline: 20-08-2022

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Culture in Your Community – Postcard Competition

In 2021, Calgary’s Loft 112 spearheaded an amazing project called Cards for Community.

Using this as inspiration, Parkland Poets’ Society is launching a province-wide Postcard Project showcasing culture in our very own Alberta communities.

What we are looking for:

A physical OR digital 4×6 postcard sharing some combination of words and images and showcasing culture in your community.

What the completed project will look like:

An art installation/gallery-exhibit-type display that will be a visual representation of what “Culture in Your Community” means to Albertans. The display will be unveiled in a public event being hosted in the Stony Plain Public Library on Saturday, Sept 24, 2022.

Why?

To link Albertans together in a tapestry of words and images.

How do I enter?

Submissions accepted June 1st to August 31st, 2022.

  1. Download/Print a submission form to be sent TOGETHER with your submission. CLICK HERE FOR FORM.
  2. Submit form and postcard by email to: [email protected] or by regular mail to: Parkland Poets’ Society, 227 Brookview Way, Stony Plain, AB T7Z 2X7.

Rules and Guidelines

  1. Original entries only – all ages
  2. Must include some combination of words and images
  3. Size 4 inches x 6 inches
  4. One side of postcard only
  5. Digital Submissions must be submitted as hi-res PDF or JPG files

Ideas to get you started:

  • Art
  • Drawing
  • Collage
  • Mixed media
  • Original photo
  • Micro-stories
  • Poetry
  • Original song lyrics
  • Handicrafts that fit on the postcard (reproduced in 2D)

What can you win?

  • Prizes for 18 and over:
    • First Place: $100
    • Second Place: $75
    • Third Place: $50
    • PLUS: one year membership in Parkland Poets’ Society – Value $25
    • Plus: your postcard framed!
  • Prizes for under 18:
    • First Place: $100
    • Second Place: $75
    • Third Place: $50
    • PLUS: one year membership in Parkland Poets’ Society – Value $25
    • Plus: your postcard framed!
  • Inclusion on the feature wall display

After completion of the project, the winning postcards may be made available for purchase as a fundraiser for Parkland Poets’ Society.

Deadline: 31-08-2022

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Playfest 2022: Call for Performers

Theatre; Just Because is thrilled to announce PlayFest, a one-day performing arts festival happening in Fort McMurray!

Taking place on August 27, 2022, PlayFest celebrates local artists and performers with two events: Play in the Park and Play After Dark.

Play in the Park is an outdoor, family-friendly event in a local park (Location TBA). This daytime event will include interactive activities, theatre and arts-based performances, and more! Play in the Park is entirely free to attend. 

Play After Dark is an evening cabaret geared towards ages 16 and over. Play After Dark will take place in the amphitheatre at Centerfire Place and is pay-what-you-can admission, with proceeds going towards future programming at Theatre; Just Because. 

PlayFest encapsulates our mission at Theatre; Just Because by creating opportunities for local performance artists to do just that – perform!” says Artistic Director Bailey Yarkie. “We hope to bring together a day of diverse performances and celebrate the arts in our region.” 

PlayFest is made possible by the generous support of local arts champions Flett Manning Moore.

CALL FOR PERFORMERS

Come play with us! We are seeking performances of all varieties for PlayFest 2022 on August 27th.

PlayFest is a fundraiser for Theatre; Just Because consisting of 2 events:

  • Play in the Park is a daytime outdoor event perfect for dancers, one-act plays, and other family-friendly entertainment.
  • Play After Dark is a cabaret event geared towards an age 16+ audience.

Deadline: 27-08-2022

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Alberta Culture Days – WBRL Art and LitFest:Call for Teaching Artists

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The Wood Buffalo Regional Library is hosting its first Art and Literary Fest for Alberta Culture Days. The library is looking for teaching artists who will lead a workshop for tweens and teens to create a work of art – whether that be painting, beading, macrame, weaving, whatever your artistic passion may be! The WBRL is looking for three artist-teachers, including at least one Indigenous and one multicultural workshop.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA  

  • Artist must reside in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo and be able to attend the workshop at WBRL on Sunday, September 25, 1:00pm to 3:00pm.
  • Artist must be able to turn their artform into a teachable workshop geared towards tweens and teens.
  • Artist must be comfortable working with tweens and teens in a one-on-one/small group setting.
  • Artist must be experienced in their artform and be able to provide samples of previous experience along with their resume.
  • Artists with a diverse cultural background will be given priority.
  • The workshop must be suitable for an indoor library space.

ABOUT THE COMMISSION

  • WBRL is particularly interested in providing a teachable and engaging workshop to tweens and teens.
  • WBRL is hosting 3 teacher-artists workshops, plus additional library-run workshops, that will happen simultaneously throughout the library.
  • Artist will provide the WBRL with a detailed plan and prepare the 2-hour workshop with the end goal for the attendees to have had fun and made something to take home.
  • WBRL will provide materials for the workshop as required.
  • WBRL will be hosting all workshops on Sunday, September 25, 2022, from 1:00pm – 3:00pm.
  • WBRL will provide light snacks and refreshments.

WORK MEDIA

The work media must be teachable and engaging to tweens and teens. Artforms may include, but are not limited to: 

  • Heritage crafts and artforms
  • Indigenous crafts and artforms
  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Beading
  • Crafting
  • Textile crafts
  • Macrame
  • Weaving

SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL

All submissions must be submitted through email.Please send an email to [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] using the subject line “WBRL Art and LitFest: Call for Teaching Artists” as your category. Please provide examples of previous work along with a resume. Some artists may be invited to a brief interview.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE

Submissions must be submitted by noon on August 29, 2022. Late submissions will not be considered for hire.

FEES

WBRL will compensate the artists a fee of $200.00 for the 2-hour workshop, plus all workshop materials. 

SELECTION PROCESS

The artists will be selected on the appropriateness of the program to teach to tweens, teens, and adults, the uniqueness of the program, and the cost and quality of the workshop. Priority will be given to artists who have a strong workshop plan, showing detailed concepts and a focus on working with tweens, teens, and adults. Artists who demonstrate a strong Indigenous or cultural theme for their workshop will be given priority.

Please note that only artists(s) who are successful will be notified.

Selections will be made by Wood Buffalo Regional Library staff. All selections made will be final. All successful artists will be notified by September 2, 2022.

QUESTIONS AND MORE INFORMATION

For questions or more information on this opportunity please contact Programs Coordinator, Byron Gard at [email protected] or (587) 674-1625 x.101 or Programs Managers, Luay Eljamal at [email protected] or (587) 674-1625 x.102, or Community Engagement Coordinator at WBRL Sally Samuel at [email protected] or (780) 743-7058.  

Deadline: 29-08-2022

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Alberta Culture Days – WBRL Art and LitFest: Call for Writers

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The Wood Buffalo Regional Library is hosting its very first Art and Literary Fest for Alberta Culture Days. The library is looking for writers, poets, authors, and novelists to lead a discussion panel about the craft of writing and the writing scene in Fort McMurray and surrounding area to both teens and adults.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA  

  • Writers must reside in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo and be able to attend the event Sunday, September 25th from 10:30am – 12:00pm.
  • Writers must submit some of their writing excerpts along with their resume.
  • Writers must be willing to share their work and discuss in a public forum.
  • Writers must be willing to collaborate with other writers for discussion purposes.
  • Writers from diverse cultural backgrounds will be given priority.
  • WBRL is particularly interested in discussions that will engage teens as well as adults (13+ years).

ABOUT THE COMMISSION

  • The discussion panel will have 4 guest writers selected.
  • Each writer will be prepared to discuss writing for a 1.5 hour period, including 10-15 minutes of individual speaking (about your work, your process, and any other writing-related content you wish to share) followed by a question and answer period and discussion.
  • WBRL will be hosting the writers panel event Sunday, September 25, 2022 from 10:30am – 12:00pm.
  • A brunch type meal will be provided by WBRL.

WORK MEDIA

The work media must be engaging and discussable with teens and adults.

SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL

All submissions must be submitted through email. Please send an email to [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected] using the Subject Line “WBRL Art and LitFest: Call for Writers.” Please submit examples of your work and a plan of what you will doing the day of the event. Some artists may be invited to a brief interview.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE

Submissions must be submitted by noon on August 29, 2022. Late submissions will not be considered for hire.

FEES


WBRL will compensate the writers a fee of $200.00 for the 1.5-hour discussion of their work and their process.

SELECTION PROCESS

The writers will be selected on their ability to discuss and share their works with teens and adults. Priority will be given to writers who have a strong cultural background, especially those who share and express stories from their culture or identity in their writing. Please note that only writers who are successful will be notified.

Selections will be made by Wood Buffalo Regional Library staff. All selections made will be final. All successful writers will be notified by September 2, 2022.

QUESTIONS AND MORE INFORMATION

For questions or more information on this opportunity please contact Programs Coordinator, Byron Gard at [email protected] or (587) 674-1625 x.101 or Programs Managers, Luay Eljamal at [email protected] or (587) 674-1625 x.102, or Community Engagement Coordinator at WBRL Sally Samuel at [email protected] or (780) 743-7058.

Deadline: 29-08-2022

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Indigenous Arts Individual Project Funding


This funding provides up to $15,000 to support the development of an individual Indigenous artist, arts administrators, or an ensemble of artists in Alberta by providing funding for a specific cultural or artistic project.

APPLICATION DEADLINE(S) September 1, 2022

Individual eligibility criteria

To be eligible for individual project funding, you must be a resident of Alberta. This means you:

  • are legally entitled to be or remain in Canada
  • are legally entitled to work in Canada
  • have had your primary residence in Alberta for at least one full year before applying
  • ordinarily live in Alberta for a least six months of each year with the exception of attending a formal program of study

You must be in good standing with the AFA with no open or outstanding projects or reporting to apply. Previous grant recipients must ensure all final reporting has been approved by the AFA before new applications are accepted.

Applicants, including ensembles or collectives, must not be incorporated under either provincial or federal legislation.

Ensembles, collectives, and collaborations

Ensembles, collectives, and collaborations are eligible to apply to this program and must list all principal artists involved in the project activities as part of their application. All members of an ensemble, collective, or collaboration must meet the individual eligibility criteria.

Principal artists cannot apply and/or receive funding for multiple projects at the same time, whether as an individual or a member of various ensembles, collectives, or collaborations.

Please note, AFA funding is not assured for any project.

Types of projects

Through this opportunity, you may apply for project funding to support artistic and cultural activities:

  • artistic and cultural production
  • marketing
  • research
  • training and career development

Artistic and cultural production includes the development, creation, and production of a work.

  • projects should be confined to a distinct phase of a work
  • Alberta individual artists that have been contracted by commissioners to create a specific work are eligible to apply for project support through this funding opportunity

Marketing includes a program of activity for a specific period that promotes, advertises or disseminates work created by Alberta’s Indigenous artists, and/or develops audiences for the artist’s work.

Research includes a program of activity for a specific period of time that supports or results in the development of an artistic or cultural project. This may include the gathering of natural materials.

Training and career development in Indigenous arts can include:

  • workshops
  • master classes
  • retreats
  • mentorship programs
  • professional development
  • courses of study in art forms, including working with mentors or Elders

Grant recommendations are made to the AFA board of directors. Successful recipients will be notified upon board approval, generally between four to six months from the application deadline.

We gather general comments about the applications and share them on the Adjudication page. The expert panel does not record specific comments about individual applications.

Deadline: 01-09-2022

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Alberta Culture Days – WBRL Art and LitFest: Call for Interactive Storytellers/Actors

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The Wood Buffalo Regional Library is hosting it’s very first Art and Literary Fest for Alberta Culture Days. The library is looking for interactive storytellers to act out lively cultural events, stories and/or books to children. This could include singing, acting, dancing, immersive storytelling, and/or other engaging forms of performance.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA  

  • Performers must reside in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo area and be able to attend the event Saturday, September 24th from 11:00am -11:30pm, 1:30pm – 2:00pm, and 3:30pm – 4:00pm
  • Performers must submit a video of their interactive storytelling along with their resume
  •  Performers must be willing to perform publicly for the event
  •  Performers from diverse cultural backgrounds will be given priority
  •  WBRL is particularly interested in stories that will engage children (5+ years)

ABOUT THE COMMISSION

  • WBRL will host the event 3 separate times on one day: Saturday, September 24th from 11:00am -11:30pm, 1:30pm – 2:00pm, and 3:30pm – 4:00pm.
  • WBRL would like to hire 3 performers/groups, one for each story time
    • Could be one performer/group with three separate stories OR repeating the same story during each session, based on preference
    • The stories should be an interactive story with a focus on sharing a cultural, historical, or mythical story from the storyteller’s background
    • The performers must perform these stories for 25-30 minutes
  • WBRL will provide light snacks and refreshments will be provided.

WORK MEDIA

The work media must be engaging and appropriate for young children ages 5 through 12.

SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL

All submissions must be submitted through email.Please send an email to [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected] using the subject line “WBRL Art and LitFest: Call for Interactive Storytellers/Actors.” Please submit a video of yourself doing interactive storytelling along with a resume. Some performers may be invited to a brief interview.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE

Submissions must be submitted by noon on August 29, 2022. Late submissions will not be considered for hire.

FEES


WBRL will compensate the performer(s) a fee of $100.00 for each half hour (30 min) interactive story. 

SELECTION PROCESS

The performers will be selected on their ability to bring their stories alive through acting, dancing, or any other art form while keeping it appropriate for children 5 years and older. Priority will be given to performers who have a strong cultural background, especially those who share and express stories from their culture or identity in their storytelling. Please note that only performer(s) who are successful will be notified.

Selections will be made by Wood Buffalo Regional Library staff. All selections made will be final. All successful performers will be notified by September 2, 2022.

QUESTIONS AND MORE INFORMATION

For questions or more information on this opportunity please contact Programs Coordinator, Byron Gard at [email protected] or (587) 674-1625 x.101 or Programs Managers, Luay Eljamal at [email protected] or (587) 674-1625 x.102, or Community Engagement Coordinator at WBRL Sally Samuel at [email protected] or (780) 743-7058.  

Deadline: 29-08-2022

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