Opportunities for Artists
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Societies Act Transition - Deadline Nov 2018
With November 28 being the deadline for transitioning your society, Law For Non-Profits have decide to LIVE STREAM their last New Societies Act Transition Workshop before the deadline on November 7,2018. They have added an extra hour to the workshop for Q&A. Please follow the link below to register. Priority for the live stream will be given to groups outside Vancouver.CLICK this link to register
Societies Act Transition - Live Facebook Q&A
Law For Non-Profits are also going to be hosting a facebook live Q&A on November 14th for anyone with any last transition questions. Details for this will be posted on their website lawfornonprofits.ca.
Privacy And Recordkeeping Workshop
On November 21 Law For Non-Profits are co-presenting a Privacy and Recordkeeping workshop with Vantage point.CLICK this link to register
If you have any further questions about these or other workshops you would like to see, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
COLUMBIA KOOTENAY CULTURAL ALLIANCE ANNOUNCES 2018–2019 FUNDED PROJECTS
(Columbia Basin) – Over 150 arts and culture projects—including the Columbia Basin Culture Tour—have received a total of $751,000 in funding support for the 2018-19 season through the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance (CKCA), in partnership with Columbia Basin Trust.2018-2019 Funded Projects
"It's exciting to see the range of projects that were successful in their applications for the Trust funding through the CKCA. It's also impressive to see the scope of the projects; there are artists taking their first steps towards becoming professionals, to individuals receiving funding for major projects, and everything in between. The members of the CKCA Steering Committee are very pleased to continue our relationship with Columbia Basin Trust, fostering excellence in the arts and culture community across the region," said Laura White, Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance Chair.
Funding applications were adjudicated in May by the CKCA Steering Committee, with input from community arts councils. Support will go toward a wide range of projects, including individual and group projects, master classes, touring and major exhibition projects.
"Residents have told us that a strong arts and culture sector is an important part of life in the Basin," said Michelle d'Entremont, Manager, Grants and Programs, Columbia Basin Trust. “Supporting these projects means artists and organizations get the help they need to further their work and residents benefit from a culturally vibrant region."
CKCA funding helps individuals and organizations realize arts and cultural projects across all arts disciplines, including visual art, theatre, music, dance, media, literature and inter-arts. For a list of funded projects, visit the CKCA website at www.basinculture.com or call 1-877-505-7355.
Columbia Basin Trust supports efforts to deliver social, economic and environmental benefits to the residents of the Columbia Basin. To learn more about the Trust's programs and initiatives, visit www.ourtrust.org or call 1-800-505-8998.
For further information contact:
Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance
Photo cutline: Starbelly Jam Performance from 2018 summer event.
CANADA'S 31st ANNUAL DANCING ON THE EDGE FESTIVAL
Applications for the 2019 Festival are now being accepted.
The Dancing on the Edge Festival Society strives to stimulate the development of high quality contemporary Canadian dance artists and choreography through the presentation of work from emerging and established local, regional, national and international dance artists and companies. Each year the Festival provides a catalyst for discussion about dance, either through forums, roundtable discussions, or talkbacks. The Festival also acts as a facilitator for new dance creations, through commissions, residencies, and co-productions.
The Festival defines Contemporary dance, not simply as defined within the canon of dance practice, but as performance dance that is happening NOW. In any festival, one might experience contemporary/modern dance, contemporary/cultural fusion, hip-hop, physical theatre, performance art, butoh, contemporary ballet, tap/clog dancing, etc. and we encourage applicants from all contemporary genres to join us at the Festival.Find Our More Download The Application
Whose Land Is It Anyway? A Manual for Decolonization
This is a very powerful and imporant work which may help inform your work in the arts, culture and heritage sector. It was forwarded to me by Duff Sutherland, SCFA.
Reconciliation Canada is also a great resource for further information, programs, workshops and speakers: ReconciliationCanada.caRead The Manual
As part of a commitment to implement the TRC recommendations FPSE has produced, Whose Land is it Anyway? A Manual for Decolonization. The manual was also inspired by the work and activism of the indigenous leader, Arthur Manuel. You may remember that Arthur Manuel spoke at the college a couple of years ago as part of FPSE/SCFA Human Rights and International Solidarity Committee's speaker series.
The manual consists of short articles by mostly indigenous writers about the profoundly destructive impact of colonialism on their own lives and the lives of their families and communities. There are articles about the effect of being dispossessed from traditional lands, the regime of the Indian Act, schooling of children, the treaty process, the suppression of indigenous law, culture and world view, and missing and murdered indigenous women. There are also articles about resurgence and resistance, and the pathway to reconciliation through decolonization.
The manual concludes with Justice Murray Sinclair's 2017 convocation speech at TRU's Law School in which he tells graduates that, "you have to believe that doing something about this history is the right thing to do and you have to be fearless in doing what you can."
The cover includes a quotation from Arthur Manuel, "wishing you a wonderful experience decolonizing yourself." There was laughter about that at the official launch of the manual at Emily Carr University in March.
The manual is 78 pages long; I read it in an evening. To me it provides good context for discussions about indigenization, decolonization, and reconciliation.
The Artist's Journal - complimentary issue and a request for your support.
The Artist's Journal has been in publication since 1997. Over the years, it has become known to many Arts Councils, art groups, and organizations. The Artist's Journal is on their "media mailing list" and receives their news regularly. This makes The Artist's Journal the most concentrated source of Calls for Entry in BC and a valuable source for artists who paint or draw. They can spend less time seeking places to exhibit their work and more time at their easels.
If you paint or draw and want to sell your work, subscribe here!Click Here To View Past Issues
Sunshine Coast Arts Council News
The Sunshine Coast Arts Council is a volunteer-based society founded February 22, 1966 to raise the profile of local artists and artisans. Our mandate: to broaden the opportunities for the citizens, artists and artisans of the Sunshine Coast to enjoy and participate in local cultural activities. Over the years the Sunshine Coast Arts Council has been a vital resource for the artistic and cultural life of the Sunshine Coast community.Click Here For Sunshine Coast Arts Council's Upcoming Events and Opportunities.
Nelson Chamber of Commerce/ Visitor Centre
We are currently looking for artists to showcase their work in our Nelson Chamber of Commerce/ Visitor Centre building. We do ask to view the work previous to our approval with a completed attached application form. For any work sold we do take a 30% commission. We have a 3 month rotation of art work and our next rotation start is March 1st. Interested artists can contact us via email or by phone at 250 352 3433.
Denise Mc Innes
Visitor Centre Counsellor
Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce/Visitor Centre
91 Baker St.
250 352 3433
Indigenous artists in BC working in all disciplines
Indigenous artists in BC working in all disciplines—visual arts, music, dance, theatre, storytelling and more—are invited to apply to take part in the Arts Integration Learning Lab: Indigenous Artists Edition, a learning series designed to identify the complex relationship between education and decolonization through the perspectives of Indigenous artists.
This event is presented by ArtStarts in Schools, a charitable organization that seeks to expand the role of arts in education for the benefit of BC's young people. For this learning series, ArtStarts has partnered with IndigenEYEZ, a creative facilitation organization with a focus on strengthening four essential relationships—with self, with others, with nature and with culture—through an Indigenous lens.
The cost for artists selected to participate is fully subsidized, covering tuition, program materials and lunch. A limited number of travel and accommodation grants are also available. This opportunity is made possible through funding support from BC Arts Council and the Government of British Columbia's Creative Futures program.
You can learn more at http://artstarts.com/aill-indigenous or get in touch with Elfred Matining, Program Manager, at 604-336-0626 ext 106 or email@example.com
Donate to the Creston Valley Arts Council
Help the Creston Valley Arts Council provide services in the arts and culture sectors of our community. Your donations will be very much appreciated.