Be part of the movement – Join the Fringe 100. A free immersive summer program for 100 emerging artists at The Toronto Fringe.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
If you join The 100 you will be given a free, all-access VIP pass to the Toronto Fringe Festival, as well as professional development, mentorship, arts immersion and networking opportunities. During our 12 day festival, you will be empowered to actively engage and interact with Fringe patrons, take workshops with leading industry professionals, learn tips & tricks from intimate artist-mentors and develop entrepreneurial skills under the guidance of Fringe staff and associates.
Applications and additional information are available on the ISPA website. The application deadline is quickly approaching on Monday, April 29th, 2013.
ISPA is now accepting applications for the Canada Council Legacy Program
The International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA) is delighted to announce the launch of the Canada Council Legacy Program!
The Next Stage Theatre Festival is open for applications from any artist who has participated in at least one Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals (CAFF). In January of 2014, Next Stage (NSTF) will return for its 7th season, brightening Toronto’s winter months with 12 days of fresh, exciting theatre! Held at the Factory Theatre, this festival presents the work of ten innovative “Fringe” artists who are ready to make the leap into the big time. The Toronto Fringe has seen a tremendous success with the Next Stage Theatre Festival — audiences have grown by more than 130% and more than a third of our productions have gone on to other stages.
City of Toronto Cultural Services is now accepting applications for shovel-ready infrastructure repair projects for small and medium-sized cultural facilities. The 2013 Culture Build Investment Program provides matching funds for major repairs, renovations or improvements to buildings that will bring the facilities into a state of good repair.
In 2013, Toronto City Council has earmarked $200,000 to enhance the cultural experience of Toronto residents and visitors. Priority will be given to applications from not-for-profit organizations that lease or own small to medium-sized performing arts facilities (i.e. 500 seats or less) and are faced with emergency repairs or health and safety repair projects.
Applications are now open for the 2014 Neil Munro Intern Directors Project at the Shaw Festival. Each season, the Shaw Festival hires two Intern Directors. They look for promising professional directors at a point in their career where an extended residency with a company like the Shaw Festival will be of benefit to their professional development. Applicants should have a good amount of professional experience but will not have had an opportunity to work on the scale of production that is characteristic of the Shaw Festival.
Theatre Gargantua creates groundbreaking original multidisciplinary performances in our distinct two-year cycle. Our work melds physical performance, original a cappella scores, text and multi-media technology and design into award winning productions. We have recently set up a comprehensive workspace for the generation of multimedia and are inviting expressions of interest from artists wishing to be considered for a media-artist-in-residence opportunity.
Next Stage Applications Open TODAY
Today, Monday April 15th, applications open for the 2014 Next Stage Theatre Festival, which runs from January 8th – 19th, 2014 at the Factory Theatre.
(SummerWorks Leadership Intensive Program)
Deadline for submission: Friday April 26th, 2013 by 5:00 p.m (EST).
Now in its fifth year, the SummerWorks Leadership Intensive Program (S.L.I.P) is a unique professional training intensive for emerging artists, placing a specific focus on the business of arts professionalism. This two week program coinciding with the SummerWorks Performance Festival, will take place August 8-18th, 2013.
Canadian Stage is pleased to invite submissions from current GYM Members for a one year GYM Team Residency beginning in May 2013.
The GYM Team initiative was created out of a desire to further support the work of GYM Members who are developing and producing theatre as new companies. Past GYM Teams include Single Thread Theatre Company, Theatre Caravel, Nobody’s Business Theatre, lemonTree theatre creations, Suburban Beast, Theatre Kairos, I’d Rather Dance, and The Original Norwegian.
Nightwood Theatre is now accepting submissions for the 2013/2014 Write from the Hip Program.
Write From The Hip is a year-long script development program designed to support new writers through mentorship, one-on-one dramaturgy, developmental workshops and readings, all working towards the completion of a full length play. We are looking for women playwrights who are emerging in their careers. There is no age limit, though you are only eligible if you have never received a professional production. You may apply with a script at any stage in development.