9th Biennial One-Act Contest is Open! Theatre In the Raw Society would like to remind all the playwrights out there young and old that the deadline for our 9th Biennial One-Act Contest is fast approaching! Cash prizes and the first place play will be featured in a TITR production at an upcoming TITR one-act mini-festival/tour and/or a radio reading. Winners will be announced June 30, 2016. Deadline for submission is December 31, 2015.For Full Guidelines/Rules Visit: www.theatreintheraw.ca/contest
CALL FOR ARTISTS: ARCHITEXTURAL IDENTITIES. VAM at Riverwood is currently accepting entries for its next exhibit at Mississauga’s Central Library titled, ArchiTEXTural Identities – a juried show opening December 7, 2015. Deadline for entry is November 2, 2015. Details and registration information can be found here. Open to all Peel Region artists.
CALL FOR ARTISTS: VAM’s Member Themed Shows. Calling all artists! VAM is now accepting submission for its Member Themed Shows. Exhibits will run throughout the year. You must be a VAM Member to enter Themed Shows. Entry fee is $15.00. VAM does not charge commission on sales. Please download the VAM Member Exhibit Guidelines in the link for full details.
There are just 6 booths left at the Fall Craftadian Show. Don’t miss your chance to showcase and sell your handmade creations.
4’ table, Emerging Artists $125 SOLD OUT, 8’ Table Display $181 SOLD OUT, 10×10 Booth $258 Just 6 BOOTHS LEFT!! includes a 10xx10 drapes booth, 8′ table, two chairs and two tickets to the show.
Jewellery & Body spaces are sold out.
In particular we are looking for art, pottery, stationary, décor, baby items, ceramics, food (jams, cakes/cupcakes, preserves …)
Exhibitors wanted for the Not Your Average Career Fair! This event is taking place on Saturday October 17 from 9-4 at the Four Points Sheraton in Mississauga. We will be highlighting options outside of traditional college and university for high school students. Only 5 spaces left! Contact Sandra Dawes at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Norma Nicholson is looking to publish her second book in Feb. 2016, she published her first book “Young Lives on the Line: You can make a difference” in Feb. 2014.
Norma is seeking your help toward obtaining contents for her new book.
This book has no name at this time. Looking for young persons that would consider adding their voices to help shape the future for others?
Norma has designed a confidential questionnaire and a consent, both of which have been reviewed and approved by a lawyer. The questionnaire has been designed for use in conducting face-face interviews with representative sample of young persons 18 – 25 years of age, who rejoined their parents in Ontario, after being initially left behind in their countries of birth when their parents migrated. Each young person will be asked to talk about their individual personal experience. These responses will be the major component of the book which will examine and discuss the realities of family separation and re-unification in a different cultural environment. Hoping the fact findings and recommendations will prove useful for planning the implementation of future programs to sensitize and educate parents, teachers and communities about the complexities of family separation and re-unification. Face to face interviews will begin in early October, which could take place in libraries across cities and towns in Ontario. If you are interested in participating please contact Norma by email.
Studio.89 is always looking to host different workshops/events and are looking for a variety of local talent/volunteers to either host workshops or headline events. For more information please email Studio.89.
Be a part of a youth or professional Tap Company. Faculty of the Tap Dance Centre includes Professionals: David Cox, Ryan Foley, Kim Chalovich, Johnny Morin, Mackenzie Greenwell, Dianne Montgomery, Jessica Westermann, and Samantha Baldwin and more! For more information on joining contact: Director: Kim Chalovich
Immigrant Women’s Small Business Expo-VENDORS WANTED!!!! Join the Canadian Small Business Women for their 3rd edition of this Expo in Toronto. They have exhibitor spaces remaining. Please view our event website at www.immigrantsmallbizexpo.ca. Admission is FREE for this event!
The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation, the Professional Photographers of Canada, and the McMichael Canadian Art Collection are holding a photography contest to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Ontario’s Greenbelt! Take your camera-either traditional or your mobile phone’s- and snap photos of the diverse people, scenic places and irreplaceable wildlife of the nearly two million acres of the world’s largest permanently protected Greenbelt. Submit your phots online at greenbelt.ca for a chance to have your entry exhibited at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, home to artwork of some of Canada’s most well-known artist, and to be taken on tour across the Greenbelt in early 2016. Submission deadline is Oct. 15th. For full contest rules and regulations please visit www.greenbelt.ca/photo_contest
Urjo Kareda Residency Grant for an emerging Theatre Artist: Deadline, Monday, October 5th, 2015. The Urjo Kareda Residency Grant supports the training and artistic residency of an exceptional emerging theatre artist each season at Tarragon Theatre. The successful applicant will spend twenty weeks at Tarragon Theatre pursuing their own training and artistic goals by working in collaboration with professional artists in their chosen field(s) of interest. The grant is valued at $15,000 and made possible by an annual donation from the Youssef-Warren Foundation. See full eligibility and application process here.
Call for Student and Emerging Artists. Are you looking for a Gallery to showcase your art work or to sell your art work? If you are a student or emerging artists, Paparartzy Gallery is the place for you. PaparARTzy Gallery is unique contemporary online gallery designed specifically for student and emerging artists to showcase and sell their artwork. Artists who are interested in showcasing and selling their artwork can register a profile at www.Paparartzy.com. Upon registering and creating a profile, artists may upload pictures of their artwork so that it can be viewed. Artists get to price their own artwork. For additional information, please contact Ethel Achampong at 416-433-3377 or at email@example.com.
Studio 89 is hosting live music every Saturday night, and they’re looking for artists.
Email Sheryl at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a time slot for one of these exciting new opportunities!