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VIBE Arts & Toronto Youth Equity Strategy Presents: ResilienTOgether

“VIBE Arts to Co-Present ResilienTOgether: a Panel Discussion, Concert Series and Photography Exhibitions as part of Youth Week 2019

VIBE Arts is pleased to announce an upcoming collaboration with the City of Toronto’s Youth Equity Strategy (TYES) with support from Solid Waste Management. On Saturday, May 4th, 2019, VIBE will be co-presenting a series of free arts programming and performances as part of Youth Week 2019.”

For more information, please visit vibearts.ca/media/resilientogether/

-from VIBE Arts website
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Call for Artists: 2019 Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival

 “Call for Outsider Artists!

Open through April 15

Are you an Outsider Artist 19 years and older residing in Vancouver?
Want to share, learn, and connect?
Ready to perform/show/sell your work?

2019 Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival

Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre
August 9 – 11, 2019

VOAF is dedicated to supporting self-identified outsider artists who face social exclusion and other visible/invisible barriers to sharing their work.

How Will We Choose?
Our primary value is inclusion of self-identified outsider artists. We look at whether you have a committed creative practice and can benefit from participating in the Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival. We exist to provide opportunities for exhibition, performance, sales, learning, and connection to the outsider artist community in Vancouver, therefore eligible artists applying to the festival for the first time are given priority. We do encourage past VOAF participants to apply. ”

For more information about the festival and application details, please visit cacv.ca/vancouver-outsider-arts-festival-2019

-from CACV website
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Call for submissions, local and Canada-wide: The 17th Annual Regent Park Film Festival

“We are now accepting submissions for the 2019 Festival! At the Regent ParkFilm Festival we’re committed keeping everything that we do free and accessible, including our submission process. Follow the link below to learn more about how to submit your film today!

Every year, we welcome films of all lengths and genres that reflect the multitude of experiences that make up our cities and communities. The Regent Park Film Festival is especially dedicated to showcasing works by Indigenous filmmakers, Black filmmakers, and filmmakers of colour, as well as works by trans, queer, female identified filmmakers and filmmakers with disabilities. We encourage local, national and international participation.

Deadline: Tuesday, April 30th at 11:59pm”

For more information, please visit Regent Park Film Festival’s website

-from Regent Park Film Festival

Call for Performance Proposals: Rendezvous With Madness 2019 (Workman Arts)

Workman Arts is accepting applications for performance work as a part of the Rendezvous with Madness Festival from October 10 – 20, 2019. The deadline for applications is Wednesday, December 19, 2018.

Workman Arts is an arts and mental health organization known internationally for its artistic collaborations, presentations, knowledge exchange, best practices and research on the impact of the arts on the quality of life of people living with mental health and/or addiction issues.

What is Rendezvous with Madness?

For the past 26 years, RWM has been the first and largest mental health film festival in the world. The 2018 Rendezvous with Madness Festival marked an expansion from its film festival roots to a multidisciplinary festival including visual art, performance, music, theatre and dance in addition to its core emphasis on media arts.”

For more information and to apply, please visit: Workman Arts website

-from Workman Arts
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The 16th Annual Regent Park Film Festival (Nov 14-17, Toronto)

The Regent Park Film Festival is dedicated to showcasing local and international independent works relevant to people from all walks of life, with a focus on inviting those of us from low income and public housing communities. The films we present break stereotypes and show that no one place or person has just one story. In addition to our annual Festival, now in its 16th year, we offer year-round programming at no cost.

The 16th Annual Regent Park Film Festival runs November 14-17, 2018

For more information on the festival programming and ticketing, please visit Regent Park Film Festival’s website.”

-from Regent Park Film Festival
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Downtown Eastside Heart of the City Festival (Oct 24-Nov 4, Vancouver)

Downtown Eastside Heart of the City Festival
Wednesday October 24 to Sunday November 4, 2018

Over 100 events at over 40 venues throughout the Downtown Eastside!

With a focus on the rich and diverse communities of the Downtown Eastside, the 15thAnnual Downtown Eastside Heart of the City Festival celebrates the creative and committed artists and activists who thrive in the heart of Vancouver. The 2018 Festival features twelve days of music, stories, songs, poetry, cultural celebrations, films, theatre, dance, spoken word, forums, workshops, discussions, gallery exhibits, mixed media, art talks, history talks and history walks.

To acknowledge, honour and support our home community’s longstanding commitment to social justice, the theme of the 2018 Festival is “Seeds of Justice, Seeds of Hope.” The Downtown Eastside community has an inspiring history of advocacy for human rights and social justice. DTES-involved artists, residents and citizens of Greater Vancouver have much to learn from our community’s history and accomplishments as we move forward to create artistic activity that speaks to today’s vital concerns and burning issues.

The mandate of the Festival is to promote, present and facilitate the development of artists, art forms, cultural traditions, history, activism, people and great stories about Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. A flagship event, the festival involves a wide range of professional, community, emerging and student artists and lovers of the arts: over 1,000 artists participated in last year’s Festival.”

For more information, please visit: www.heartofthecityfestival.com

-from Heart of the City Festival website

Call for Proposals: FemFest 2019 (Sarasvàti Productions, Winnipeg)

“CALL FOR SCRIPTS AND PROPOSALS: FEMFEST 2019: All the World’s a Stage

Celebrating Winnipeg’s 17th Festival of Life-Changing Theatre for Everyone

Sarasvàti Productions is accepting submissions for its 17th annual FemFest, which will take place in September 2019.

We are currently seeking submissions of scripts for production, short performance pieces for various showcases and applications from storytellers interested in participating. Our focus this year is work that explores global connections. All submissions must be from Canadian women. We use an inclusive definition of “woman” and “female” and we welcome pieces created by all who fit under either of these categories/identifiers. Technical and set requirements must be minimal due to the festival setting. A reading committee will assess submissions in order to program a balanced festival.”

For more information please visit: Sarasvàti Productions’ website.

-from Sarasvàti Productions
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Sarasvàti Productions presents FemFest 2018: Staging Resistance! (Winnipeg)

Sarasvàti Productions presents FemFest 2018: Staging Resistance! The 16th annual festival features life-changing theatre for everyone and will feature performers from Toronto to Morocco plus a new art walking tour.

Experience the powerful blend of Indian dance and theatre, hear from DIY theatre-maker Norah Paton, and take in an award-winning performer Donna-Michelle St. Bernard speaking truth to power using spoken word, storytelling and hip-hop. At FemFest 2018: Staging Resistance, the stories of brave and diverse performers take centre stage. Whether you see one production or the entire festival, you are sure to leave with a new understanding of what it means to embrace individuality.

Our amazing line-up includes:
The Game with Manohar PerformingArts, written by Shymala Dakshinamurti and Sowmya Dakshinamurti
Burnt by Norah Paton
Sound of the Beast by Donna-Michelle St Bernard
White Man’s Indian by Darla Contois
La Civilisation, ma mère based on the novel by Driss Chraïbi, adapted by Emilie Malosse with L’aparte Theatre and Compagnie du jour.

We’re also offering workshops and readings through the festival. For tickets and information, please visit: www.femfest.ca

About Sarasvàti Productions: Founded in Winnipeg in 2000, we seek to inspire artists and audiences through the use of theatre and to provide a place where artists can develop, showcase their skills and celebrate their creativity. FemFest has been up and kicking since 2003 and to date has showcased hundreds of artists!”

-submitted by Sarasvàti Productions
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Yukon Riverside Arts Festival (Aug 16-19, Dawson City)

“The Yukon Riverside Arts Festival takes place in many venues around Dawson City on Discovery Days weekend, particularly the open-air Riverside Park & Gazebo. The festival aims to provide an accessible environment for community members and visitors to interact directly with the arts and explore their creativity. We welcome artists practicing traditional and non-traditional contemporary art from the Yukon and abroad presenting a wide range of events, including exhibitions, workshops, lectures, public art, live music, an art market and more. Most festival events are free of charge.

The Yukon Riverside Arts Festival
August 16th – 19th, 2018
Want to Volunteer? Email kiac[at]kiac.ca”

For more information, please visit kiac.ca

-from Klondike Institute of Art and Culture website
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