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FADO E-LIST (August 2017)

INDEX
1. EVENT: GHOST DAYS / Terrance Houle with Simla Civelek
Date: August 13, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: SummerWorks
2EVENT: Home Turf by Tomas Jonsson
Dates: July 29–August 26, 2017; City: Calgary, Canada; Source: Tomas Jonsson

3. EVENT: Public Reading by Golboo Amani

Date: August 5–12, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: Summerworks

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EVENT: UNsettling August 12, 2017
Date: August 12, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: claude wittmann
5. WORKSHOP: MayDay – PERFORMANCE SUMMER CLASS by VestAndPage
Deadline date: August 15, 2017; City: Düsseldorf, Germany; Source: VestAndPage
6. CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Body Mapping Lab
Deadline date: August 15, 2017; City; Berlin, Germany; Source: Nathalie Fari
7CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: ALIVE 2017
Deadline date: August 21, 2017; City: Vancouver, Canada; Source: LIVE
8CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: I.AM ENOUGH
New deadline date: 
September 7, 2017; City: Vaughan, Canada; Source: I.AM
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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Screen:Moves
Deadline date: September 8, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: RT Collective

10. CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Performance Art Workshop with TouVa
Deadline date: September 8, 2017; City: Calgary, Canada; Source: TouVa
11. CALL FOR SUBMISSION: The Theatre Centre RESIDENCY
Deadline date: September 15, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: The Theatre Centre

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1. EVENT: GHOST DAYS / Terrance Houle with Simla Civelek
Date: August 13, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: SummerWorks

GHOST DAYS
Created and Performed by Terrance Houle
In collaboration with Simla Civelek

Sunday August 13 @ 12:00pm
Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen Street West, Toronto 

Presented in partnership with FADO Performance Art Centre
Part of The SummerWorks Performance Festival

August 3–13, 2017

www.summerworks.ca

Evoking our colonial and non-colonial histories that exist in the light of night as in the darkness of the day, GHOST DAYS awakens a collaboration with artists, audience, and spirit. Internationally celebrated performance artist Terrance Houle will work in residence overnight at the Theatre Centre throughout the festival, culminating in a final performance that combines video, performance, photography, and music to conjure spirits and ghosts as audience and collaborators.

Terrance Houle is in residence at SummerWorks as part of the SummerWorks Lab - a place for exploration, experimentation, and process, allowing us to support work in early stages and create connections between audiences and artists.

ABOUT TERRANCE HOULE
Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and raised on the Great Plains of North America, Terrance Houle is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary media artist and a proud member of the Kainai Nation (Blood Tribe). Involved with Aboriginal communities all his life, he has traveled to reservations throughout North America participating in Powwow dancing and native ceremonies. Houle makes use of performance, photography, video & film, music and painting in his work. Likewise, Houle's practice includes various tools of mass dissemination such as billboards and vinyl bus signage. Houle's work has been exhibited across Canada, the United States, Australia, the UK and Europe. www.terrancehoule.com

 

ABOUT SIMLA CIVELEK
Simla Civelek (b. 1974, Istanbul, Turkey) is a performance artist based in Toronto, Canada. Her work has been presented at the FADO Performance Art Centre, 7A*11D International Festival of Performance Art, SAVAC, Nuit Blanche in Toronto, Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops-BC, Circa in Montréal-QC, Art Nomade in Chicoutimi-QC, Regart in Lévis-QC, OPEN Performance Art Festival in Beijing-China, and Glasshouse ArtLifeLab in Brooklyn-NYC, among other venues. www.simlacivelek.com 

ABOUT SUMMERWORKS
SummerWorks is Canada’s largest curated performance festival of theatre, dance, music, live art and interdisciplinary forms. This year’s 11-day Festival features 52 unique projects, as well our SLIP series of artist workshops, a collection of new performance experiments in the SummerWorks Lab, and nightly parties.

NEW THIS YEAR – PAY WHAT YOU DECIDE
In addition to our usual $15 ticket, $25 and $35 tickets are also available - you pick whichever suits your budget. All tickets are general admission, and there are no limits on any price level. Single tickets can be purchased online anytime, or by phone or in person at our Festival Box Office starting August 1. For most shows, 25% of the house capacity will be reserved for sale at the door. Festival Passes (3-Show, 7-Show, and 10-Show) go on sale July 6.

For more information on tickets, passes, and how to access of box office, visit:
www.summerworks.ca/tickets

ACCESS: All SummerWorks venues are physically accessible, and many events offer accessible options such as ASL Interpretation, Relaxed Performances, and free or discounted tickets. For more info on accessibility at SummerWorks, visit: www.summerworks.ca/access

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2. EVENT: Home Turf by Tomas Jonsson
Dates: July 29–August 26, 2017; City: Calgary, Canada; Source: Tomas Jonsson

Home Turf by Tomas Jonsson
July 29–August 26, 2017
Calgary Central Library, Local History Room, 616 MacLeod Trail SE, Calgary

Performative engagement by appointment. Please contact:
nuna_ca@yahoo.com

In this performative installation Calgary-based artist Tomas Jonsson invites consideration of the intertwining relationships between family, land, narrative, and memory formation. Through one on one engagements with archival materials from his family's personal collection, Jonsson reflects on personal relationships to land, and development in Calgary.

ABOUT TOMAS JONSSON
Tomas Jonsson is an artist, curator, and writer interested in issues of social agency in processes of urban growth and transformation. He has curated, presented, and performed work in Canada and internationally, including Artscape Gibraltar Point (Toronto), Suvilahti (Helsinki), and MoKS (Mooste, Estonia). Tomas received his BFA in 2000 from the University of Calgary. In 2009, he participated in the Border Cities Kolleg at the Bauhaus Institute in Dessau, Germany. He is currently an MFA Candidate at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan.

Facebook event: www.facebook.com/events/108012536536435

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3. EVENT: Public Reading by Golboo Amani

Date: August 5–12, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: Summerworks

 

On the front steps of The Theatre Centre – and former entrance to the Carnegie Library – artist Golboo Amani invites you to engage in a street level public experience. Choose from a small library of books and the artist will read to you out loud as you travel around the neighbourhood.

 

Saturday August 5th 2:00pm–6:00pm
Wednesday August 9th 5:00pm–8:00pm
Saturday August 12th 2:00pm–6:00pm
Ticket Price: Free

 

Audiences are invited to arrive at any time during the performance. Note that the August 9 performance will be mobile, travelling between the three main SummerWorks venues on the TTC.

 

ABOUT SUMMERWORKS

SummerWorks is Canada’s largest curated performance festival of theatre, dance, music, live art and interdisciplinary forms. This year’s 11-day Festival features 52 unique projects, as well our SLIP series of artist workshops, a collection of new performance experiments in the SummerWorks Lab, and nightly parties. www.summerworks.ca

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4. EVENT: UNsettling August 12, 2017

Date: August 12, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: claude wittmann

 

claude wittmann and Julian Higuerey Nunez invite you to join them


1) at Gardiner Museum, 1–2:30pm

for a talk by Christine Migwans which will explore Indigenous conceptualizations of land, place and decolonization. Title: "Why Indigenous Knowledge Matters: Creating New Moral Fabrics in Settler Colonial Societies"

 

FREE registration (seems to be) required at

www.gardinermuseum.on.ca/event/indigenous-knowledge-matters-creating-new-moral-fabrics-settler-colonial-societies/


2) at 401 Richmond Street West, 4th floor, Suite 440, near FADO office, 3–6pm

for process and discussion. There will be a process room with a few objects to work with, and we will also have the Common's with a huge dinner table and a small couch area to reflect, write and/or talk. About stolen land, about our paradoxes about land and privilege, about UNsettling our minds and practices, about shared agency, solidarity…


Please come as you are and where you are at: we all need each other's present embodiment of their story to start and restart.


UNsettling August 12 is a follow-up on UNsettling July 1st:

http://claudewittmann.ca/stream/JULY2017_ACTIONS/National_Day_Action.html


(thank you FADO and Shannon Cochrane for the space)

 

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5. WORKSHOP: MayDay – PERFORMANCE SUMMER CLASS by VestAndPage

Deadline date: August 15, 2017; City: Düsseldorf, Germany; Source: VestAndPage

 

Four days of full immersion into Performance Art at Atelier Performative Künste, Düsseldorf - “MayDay" is the occasion to work practically together with the artists duo VestAndPage in their collaborative practice. With the use of the bodies (physical, mental and spiritual) as primary artistic tools, “MayDay" focuses on the body as a poetic and imaginary landscape. Changing contexts are used as a way to develop authentic modes of artistic action. It offers insight into VestAndPage's process-led and conceptual collaborative performance art practice in the name of the creation of illuminating universal meanings. VestAndPage work on a range of techniques and approaches, which reflect their practices and backgrounds along the interface of visual arts, performing arts and writing. More practical subjects will be the art of sustaining a life as an artist. Independence. Self reliance. Building temporary communities. Innovative approaches for new modes of existence. 

 

It is for those who trust in change. 

It is for the overstretched global bodies searching a home or on pilgrimage. 

For those to whom the surreal is familiar, those who dance on the limits hand in hand. 

For those who go to spaces of hidden beauty and scan into the flesh of dream matter— visionary poets, artists and performers pushed by an urgency.

For those who reconcile with the mystery to let things coexist, for anything that remains alone is just a nothing per se. 

For those who seek to express, not to impress.

For those who take risks in the name of seeking new images. 

For those on a journey through visible places and invisible places, actual places and imaginary places. 

A nomadism aiming to empower one’s own art and openness, 

leaving subtle traces, structuring temporary autonomous zones.

Taking action, because each one of us has important stories to tell.

And again, “Remember all, forget all.”

 

Atelier Performative Künste, Düsseldorf, Germany

Thursday, 14 to Sunday, 17 September 2017

For a total of 32 hours

Application are being accepted on a rolling base until August 15, 2017. 

 

For more information please visit:

www.vest-and-page.de/mayday-atelier-performative-kuenste

 

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6. CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Body Mapping Lab

Deadline date: August 15, 2017; City; Berlin, Germany; Source: Nathalie Fari

 

Body Mapping Lab – Embodiment and Performance Practices

 

Nathalie Fari in collaboration with Anja Schwanhäußer, Minja Mertanen, Oliver Euchner, Petterson Costa & Sacha Skott

 

We invite artists and researchers, coming from various backgrounds and disciplines, who are interested in the emerging field of embodied research. The call is also directed to anyone who would like to experience the body in a special environment and context. You don’t need to be a professional practitioner of the respective embodied techniques associated with the program, but rather be open and curious to enhance the understanding of the body and the environment in which you are embedded.

 

The Body Mapping Lab questions whether the body is losing its means and perception for being in contact with the environment and with other beings, beyond the omnipresence of digital life. At first, this assumption may sound nostalgic, or rather as an attempt to return back to the time when humankind was not so affected by the use of all sorts of technological devices. Yet, it has become undeniable that our ways of relating to either an environment or to one another have changed considerably. Specifically, the ability of the body to sense, observe and adapt to a certain locality, social field or condition has become an unpredictable and uncertain territory, where the borders between what is real and what isn’t are blurred.

 

To investigate this phenomenon, we will focus on the notion of «Embodiment» by exploring its various approaches and principles at Teufelsberg. While the participants will have the opportunity to fathom the urban charisma of the Teufelsberg with ethnographic methods of the urban researcher Anja Schwanhäußer, they will also have the chance to embody living and non-living entities with the performer Minja Mertanen. Furthermore, with the dancer and choreographer Petterson Costa they will be able to ascertain how the movement within the body and space becomes a gesture, and with the performer and researcher Nathalie Fari, how the body can be used as a translator. The participants will also be able to join a 5 Rhythms workshop with Oliver Euchner and a yoga class with Sacha Skott. 

 

Please visit the website to see the full program and to send your application:

https://bodymappinglab.wordpress.com/ 

 

Dates: 

August 15, 2017: Application Deadline

September 1–10, 2017 // 2pm–8pm: The Lab 

 

Participation Fee:

420,00 € / 15,00 % Discount for payment until the 01.08.2016 

220,00 € / 2 selected grants for students or researchers 

(LIMITED PLACES / OPEN FOR ALL) 

 

Supported by Initiative Kultur-DENKMAL Berliner Teufelsberg e.V.

 

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7. CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: ALIVE 2017 

Deadline date: August 21, 2017; City: Vancouver, Canada; Source: LIVE

 

ALIVE 2017

EMERGent VANCOUVER PERFORMANCE ARTIST WORKSHOPS


LIVE is Vancouver’s contemporary performance art showcase. ALIVE 2017, invites expressions of interest from local emergent artists on the intersections of art, identity, race and rebellion, inspired by social movements that reflect concerns and strategies in contemporary live art practises and/or identities.


This opportunity to be mentored and challenged over three days by visiting LIVE 2017 artists is free. Per diems, lunch, and hospitalities will be provided. 


LIVE 2017 exhibition dates: October 4–8, 2017

Workshops: October 3–5, from 10:00 AM–4:00 PM

PROPOSAL DEADLINE: Monday, August 21, 2017

E-mail us and tell us about yourself and why you are interested in participating in these workshops. Include artist statement, links, images, contact info, etc.


Direct inquires to: 

info@livebiennale.ca

www.facebook.com/livebiennale

www.livebiennale.ca

 

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8. CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: I.AM ENOUGH

New deadline date: September 7, 2017; City: Vaughan, Canada; Source: I.AM


I.AM (Intergenerational Arts Movement) is seeking exhibition and performance art submissions for our third annual community arts festival “I.AM Enough”, taking place Thursday September 28–Sunday October 1, 2017, located at the JEH Macdonald house on 121 Centre Street, Thornhill.


We are excited to open our reach to individual artists and collectives working in a variety of performance related disciplines for our performance art evening occurring on Saturday September 30.


​“I.AM ENOUGH” is a festival surrounding the notions of self worth and reaching your full potential. In a place bombarded by selfishness and wanting more we must remind one another to look within and fully accept our current state of being. We are enough.


​This community arts festival is in partnership with the City of Vaughan and Ontario Culture Days. The festival is situated on a scenic 4-acre parcel of land, the MacDonald House, home of famed Canadian painter, J.E.H. MacDonald, a founding member of the Group of Seven and his son, illustrator Thoreau MacDonald. 


​Applicants must read the I.AM submission guidelines and submit a completed submission package. The full guidelines, and application form can be found through the following link-www.intergenerationalarts.com/open-call


Deadline: Thursday, September 7, 2017 (11:59 pm)


​If you have any further questions about the submissions process, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@intergenerationalarts.com

 

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9. CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Screen:Moves

Deadline date: September 8, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: RT Collective

 

The RT Collective are pleased to announce Screen:Moves—a program of short dance videos. Presented in collaboration with Dancemakers with the support of the Ontario Arts Council, Screen:Moves invites artists to conceive and create original works for this unique program. 

 

The program operates on a "micro-commissioning" model. We do not program existing works. Instead, we invite artists to submit proposals for new works they would like to create and then support that process of creation. Selected projects will receive a screening fee of $200 and be screened as part of the program in December 2017 at Dancemakers Centre for Creation.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

–We accept proposals for new works that are conceived and created specifically for this program. Please do not submit works you have already created for consideration.

Collaborative teams must have at least one artist based in Canada.

The program is geared specifically to works created with all forms of video (rather than works shot on film).

Submissions using accessible video technologies like smart phones, iPads, or webcams, are encouraged.

Completed works should be 4 minutes or less. 

Projects should address or feature the medium of dance in some way.

Formats can include: experimental, narrative, comedic, documentary and animated works.


SUBMISSION DETAILS:

Proposals must be submitted via email using the attached form.

Proposals submitted without the form or with incomplete information are ineligible.

Proposals must include a link to one previously created video work. The jury will watch a maximum of 4 minutes.

First time video makers are welcome. In the event you have never made a video, include a link to some other artistic project you have previously created.  

Proposals received after the deadline will not be accepted.


Deadline for proposals: September 8, 2017.

Selected artists will be notified by September 15, 2017.

Completed works must be received by November 6, 2017.


SUBMISSIONS AND QUESTIONS CAN BE SENT TO:

info@rtcollective.ca


More information and submission form: 

www.rtcollective.ca/2017/07/call-for-submissions-screenmoves.html

 

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10. CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Performance Art Workshop with TouVa

Deadline date: September 8, 2017; City: Calgary, Canada; Source: TouVa

 

Montreal-based performance art collective TouVA (Sylvie Tourangeau, Victoria Stanton, Anne Berube) will deliver the workshop Infiltrating and Relational Practice in Public Space II in collaboration with The City of Calgary Public Art Program and M:ST Festival. The workshop is offered over a course of three days in October 2017. A final public presentation will be held at the end of the session with those participants who are interested in taking part.

 

The workshop will take place at the Historic Holy Angels School (2105 Cliff Street SW) on the following dates:

 

Wednesday, October 11, 5:00–9:00 PM


Thursday, October 12, 5:00–9:00 PM


Friday, October 13, 2:00–7:00 PM


Saturday, October 14, 10:00 AM–1:00 PM


Public performance event (location TBD): Saturday, October 14, 3:00–5:00 PM

 

If you are interested in participating in the workshop please submit the following by Friday, September 8, 2017 to publicart@calgary.ca

 

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

–Letter of interest (max 500 words) providing information on the following:

relevant experience in visual art including performance; your expectations for this workshop; how participating in this workshop will contribute to your artistic practice; and

–a CV

–Up to 5 images of your artwork with a complete image list (title, date, medium, dimensions/duration, location, and budget). Please note that all images and written material must be submitted in PDF format. Video documentation should be uploaded to a site such as YouTube or Vimeo and linked in the application. Due to time constraints, the selection panel may only view up to 5 minutes of each video. Please note the clip you would prefer the panel to view by including time marks in the documentation list.

 

The fee for the program is $200. Fee assistance is available:

www.calgary.ca/CSPS/Recreation/Pages/Fee-assistance/Home.aspx

 

Workshop Description

How do we listen to each other? How do we interact? How do we respond to the landscape around us? How do we engage with time and space? Cultivating attentive awareness, empathetic presence and peripheral vision, this two-day intensive will specifically locate our process in public settings, surrounded by elements of the everyday. An opportunity to deepen our explorations about how we consider, construct, and witness performance in public (non-art) contexts, participants will be invited to experiment with in-situ and in-socius performative practices – infiltrating, interventionist and relational modes of performance – while exploring the multiple and very personalized ways in which we experience and foster intimacy and connection: in ourselves, towards others, and in relation to place.

 

Workshop Objectives

Through a gradual yet intensive learning process, this workshop will introduce participants to what is involved in the creation of a live action piece, as related to infiltrating or intervention practices that take place in public spaces. Exploring how time and space are intimately connected and linked to how we develop a relationship to the space and people around us, participants will work on presence, precision of intention and direct channeling practices, eventually working with more personalized, unpredictable and precise performative actions and structures.

 

The workshop will focus on various exercises such as centering, observing and energy channeling in order to experiment with a diversity of performance methods, individual activities and short solo and group presentations. The intention of this workshop is to enable the participants to develop a distinctive practice thus learning to:

–understand some basic principles of performance;


–manifest/communicate an authentic presence; and


–personalize their approach by combining movements, words, images, objects, sound research, etc.

 

This workshop aims to inspire the creative process of each participant, regardless of their discipline and their artistic creation interests.

 

General Methodology

Because of a gradual learning process, hands-on exercises, concrete directives, dynamic feedback, constructive commentaries, individual coaching demonstrations, and analysis of basic principles, the participants will discover how to be conscious of the present moment, and experience various states of body/mind in the context of structuring performative actions – in particular within interventionist practices in public spaces.

 

Pedagogical Approach

The TouVA Collective takes its inspiration from the workshops of Sylvie Tourangeau – founding member of the Collective, and a highly regarded pioneer of performance art in Quebec. Together, we have developed an active pedagogical approach intricately linked with our artistic research by giving form to notions such as dynamic motivation- connection-expansion-action, inter-action (the performative in-between), potentiality of everyday or invisible practices, and th i po tanc oflang ag tolocat p oc andh lpon conn ctwithon ’ pa tic la and niq align ent.

 

About TouVA Collective

Founded in the spring of 2007, the TouVA Collective (Sylvie Tourangeau, Victoria Stanton and Anne Bérubé) is a Montreal-based performance art trio that has been researching the practice of performance through multiple frameworks and approaches. In addition to presenting performances, conducting workshops, creating dynamic artist talks and offering coaching to artists in a variety of contexts – including international festivals – TouVA is a group of artist-researchers interested in a profound exploration of the performative. Working consistently from a model of exchange and dialogue, their first book, The 7th Sense will be released through Centre SAGAMIE and M:ST in the Fall of 2017.

 

About M:ST

M:ST’s main activity is the organization and presentation of a biennial performative art festival. This Festival is a collaborative endeavour between several Southern Alberta arts organizations. This collaborative structure allows the Festival to represent each organization’s mandate and audience, while providing opportunities for cross-disciplinary and inter-organizational exchange. The result is a unique participatory context, where artists and audience experience contemporary performative work outside of more traditional festival or gallery models.

 

M:ST is committed to presenting performative works from a variety of disciplines that reflect current issues and practices in contemporary art. Through exhibitions, performances, and events, M:ST fosters the development of performative art practice among local, national and international artistic communities. M:ST’s role in presenting professional, high quality cultural experiences continues to grow, increasing opportunities for education and critical discourse surrounding contemporary performative practices.

 

SUBMISSION DEADLINE:

The deadline to apply is Friday, September 8, 2017 4:00 pm MST. Applications received after this time will not be considered. Only electronic submissions will be accepted. Applications must be emailed to publicart@calgary.ca.

Wondering if you are eligible? Questions regarding the requirements?

Please contact us and we will do our best to support you in the application process. All questions must be received 72 hours prior to the deadline in order to ensure a response prior to the submission deadline. For more information, email publicart@calgary.ca.

 

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11. CALL FOR SUBMISSION: The Theatre Centre RESIDENCY

Deadline date: September 15, 2017; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: The Theatre Centre

 

Work With Us – Call for Residency Artists

 

Residency is a two-year program designed to support artists in developing new work. The program is tailored to the specific needs of each participating artist or collective, and the artistic impulse or idea they wish to explore.

 

Residency has its roots in R&D (Research & Development) program, established by The Theatre Centre in 1983.

 

Residency facilitates a highly collaborative artistic process that supports new work led by directors, designers, composers, choreographers, architects, visual artists, or even neurologists. We are looking for good ideas. It encourages artists to create a new work from scratch, or to re-imagine an old idea – an idea that will form the basis of a potentially important work of art.

 

Depending on the needs of the project, a minimum 2-year commitment is made in order to support long-term development and artistic growth. We emphasize the investigation of the artistic process and encourage artists to take creative risks, enabling them to create not only new works of art, but also new modes of creation for themselves.

 

Residency provides artists with access to a fully equipped theatre space with a technician, funding, and artistic & producing support.

 

Time Commitment:

Focused Residency work periods occur in June, August and December. Residency artists are required to work during these times and publicly share the results of – and questions arising from – their process. There is also an opportunity to access one another as resources to further the growth and development of each other’s work.

 

Proposals should be no more than 3 pages in length and should include:

–Brief history of you or your company

–What is your idea?

–Why does your idea/process require the support of The Theatre Centre Residency?

–How does this idea sit within your overall body of work?

–Support material, ie. video, sound files, photos, etc.

–Support letters optional.

 

Deadline: September 15, 2017 by 5pm EST.

 

Only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview in November. We have room for two new Residency projects in 2017/18.

 

The Theatre Centre is committed to equity practices. We encourage applications from queer, transgender and two-spirited people, First Nations, Inuit & Métis, people of colour, and people with disabilities.

 

Email submission only: residency@theatrecentre.org

www.theatrecentre.org

 

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ABOUT FADO PERFORMANCE ART CENTRE
Established in 1993, FADO Performance Art Centre is a not-for-profit artist-run centre based in Toronto, Canada. FADO provides a stage and on-going forum in support of the research and development of contemporary performance art practices in Canada and internationally. As a year-round presentation platform, FADO exists nomadically, working with partner organizations and presenters, and utilizing venues and sites that are appropriate to individual projects. FADO presents the work of local, national and international artists who have chosen performance art as a primary medium to create and communicate provocative new images and perspectives. FADO is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council and the Department of Canadian Heritage.

 

445-401 Richmond Street West, Toronto, Canada M5V 3A8

info@performanceart.ca 
www.performanceart.ca

 

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