Antigonight: Art After Dark Festival Call for Submissions 🌓

Call for Submissions: 13th Annual Antigonight: Art After Dark Festival

Call for Submissions, Deadline June 27, Antigonight 2022. Rurality. Sept 16-17

Festival dates: September 16 & 17, 2022

Deadline to apply: June 27

Selection notification: July 10

Application Form: Follow this LINK

About the Festival:

Antigonight: Art After Dark Festival is a free arts festival that aims to be inclusive and accessible to all persons. This year, the festival runs from September 16th -17th in Antigonish, L’nuewa’ki (Mi’kma’ki)/Nova Scotia.

Since its inception in 2010, Antigonight: Art After Dark has been Antigonish Culture Alive’s most recognizable and popular outdoor, public art event. The festival provides an opportunity for artists to display their work and become known within the community and give the community the chance to interact with contemporary art spanning multiple mediums, such as dance, theatre, music, sound art, and installation art.

Festival Application:

We are inviting artists from anywhere in the world who have roots in Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada to create experimental new works for the festival, including but not limited to: video, performance, dance, sound, sculpture, and installation, which can be presented in-person in the town of Antigonish. The heart of Antigonight is that all projects are interactive and/or participatory in nature, the selection committee will prioritize projects that have a participatory component, as stated in our mission statement.

Participating Antigonight artists will receive CARFAC-mandated artist fees in payment for their work. We strongly encourage members of LGBTQIA2+ communities, BIPOC and non-White communities, newcomers, and persons with disabilities to apply.

2022 Theme:

The theme for this year’s festival is RURALITY,  a back to the roots approach to Antigonight celebrating the community-minded aspect of rural Nova Scotia and the artists who make this region home. This festival is a celebration of all things small, simple, familiar, and rural.

Key thematic elements:

  • Familiarity
  • Rejection of urbanism
  • Environmentalism/sustainability
  • Community
  • Closeness
  • Shared histories
  • Regional newcomers
  • Homecoming
  • Rural resourcefulness

The Artistic Director, Becca Semple, is available to chat via email or telephone regarding your projects. If you’re unsure how your idea could fit within the festival, reach out and we can brainstorm together! They can be reached at antigonishculturealive@gmail.com

If you have any questions regarding the festival or your application, please email antigonightartfest@gmail.com

Plain Site Theatre Festival: Call for Submissions 🐓

The Plain Site Theatre Festival, founded and curated by Alex Rioux in partnership with Black Box Productions and Solo Chicken, is proud to return once again to the St. Thomas University campus in November 2022.  The Plain Site Theatre Festival is New Brunswick’s premier 2SLGBTQIA+ theatre festival dedicated to promoting queer focused storytelling and visibility by providing emerging artists and students a safer space to develop their craft under the guidance of established 2SLGBTQIA+ artists.
4th Annual Plain Site Theatre Festival
Although we just wrapped up our 3rd Annual Fest in March 2022, delayed from 2021 because of Covid 19,  we have decided to move back to our usual Fall slot for the 4th Annual, which we’ll call ‘2022 Part 2 Electric Boogaloo’.  Double the Plain Site, double the fun!  And so we are thrilled to announce the 4th Annual Plain Site Theatre Festival, CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS.
As the festival grows it is always so heartwarming to see new connections being formed between students and community members. With this in mind, the theme for this year’s playwriting contest will be the question ‘How do we make connections?’ A community cannot thrive without strong connections and so we encourage playwrights to reflect on how we build strong connections with others as the catalyst for this year’s submissions.
  • Submission Deadline:  July 15, 2022 (Midnight)
  • Submissions will only be accepted from artists attending a secondary or post-secondary institution in New Brunswick and who identify as 2SLGBTQIA+.
  • Submissions should respond to the prompt. ‘How do we build connections?’, and are encouraged to explore what this question means to them.
  • Scripts must have a running time of between 10-20 minutes.
  • Scripts must contain no more than 2 actors. (Monologues are welcome)
  • Playwrights must be available to work on their script with a dramaturg between August and September 2022.
  • A maximum of 4 plays will be selected for the festival.
*The Plain Site Festival reserves the right to award fewer than the maximum number of plays allotted should jury members feel that the quality of submissions does not meet a minimum standard or that the festival would not be able to stage certain submitted scripts for logistical, financial, or legal reasons.
**The Plain Site Theatre Festival acknowledges that for 2SLGBTQIA+ students, public presentation of their identities may put them in a position of risk. Writers and performers are featured on social media posts and may be featured in related promotion of the festival (ie, press releases, featured in articles in news publications, etc) If you are not comfortable having a public presence with the festival please reach out with your situation so that we can best accommodate you while keeping your safety in mind. We are dedicated to creating safer spaces for participating artists and we want to be as flexible as possible with our participants]
  • Professional dramaturgy of their play
  • A workshop reading at the November 2022 4th Annual Plain Site Festival
  • A full production at the 2023 Festival
Please submit the following information through email by the July 15, 2022 deadline:
  • Cover sheet indicating the following: Playwrights Name, Pronouns, Full Contact Information, Title of Play
  • Copy of the Script
  • Documents should be in .doc, .docx or.pdf format
  • Please email scripts to Festival Director, Alex Rioux at pstfdirector@gmail.com
Plain Site Festival Media Contacts
– Festival Director – Alex Rioux – pstfdirector@gmail.com

Saint John Contemporary Dance Festival: Call for Applications 🩰

Festival Date: July 22, 2022

Applications due: May 31, 2022

Connection Dance Works logo

Connection Dance Works is now accepting submissions for the 2022 SJCDF for both an In-Person Live Performance or a video submission to the Festival Films.

Festival Overview:

The Saint John Contemporary Dance Festival is an annual festival that features professional and emerging choreographers from New Brunswick. All events take place in Saint John, New Brunswick. The festival’s programming seeks to offer a variety of artistic performances highlighting contemporary dance in Canada and is open to performers of all cultural backgrounds.

Now accepting applications for:

  • Site-specific or site-adaptive works to be performed in an art gallery (non-traditional theatre venue with minimal to no technical requirements) Venue: Saint John Arts Centre. 1-3 dancers max.
  • Performance duration: 10-15 minutes (15 Mins Max)


Additional Information:

  • Selected artists will be paid an honorarium (pay date in agreement with the artist)
  • Performance date: Friday, July 22, 2022.
  • Contracts will be sent out with letter of acceptance to successful applicants electronically.
  • Accepting applications from both professional and emerging professional artists.
  • Artists are responsible for their own travel and accommodations.
  • Connection Dance Works respects and follows all New Brunswick public health guidelines for COVID-19.

To apply:

  1. Complete the application through google forms
  2. Include photos, artist bio and (if available) a link to a video of the proposed work
  3. Submission Deadline is May 31, 2022

PLEASE NOTE: If Google Forms is not an accessible format or if you require any information or application assistance please email connectiondanceworks@gmail.com

BIPOC Animator Film Commission and Mentoring at the Animation Festival of Halifax 🎞

The Animation Festival of Halifax (AFX) takes place in Mi’kma’ki, the unceded and ancestral
territory of the Mi’kmaq. We are all Treaty People who are responsible for enacting peace and
friendship in this magnificent land.

Animation Festival of Halifax

Are you an aspiring, new, or emerging Black, Indigenous, and/or Person of Colour (BIPOC)
animator based in Mi’kma’ki? AFX will mentor a BIPOC animator through the creation of a very
short animated film (under two minutes) between June 2022 and April 2023, and we will
feature the film and artist at the festival in May of 2023. The deadline for applications is 30 May

This program aims to nurture the talent and career of a BIPOC animator and spark conversation
about race and ethnicity in the field of animation. The successful applicant will be selected
partly for “fit” with AFX’s key values of inclusiveness, positivity, and sincerity, but you will have
creative freedom (choice of topic, technique, etc.) within the film itself. Although your film
doesn’t need to address issues of race, ethnicity, inequity, and diversity (although it certainly
can), you do need to be willing to talk at the festival about both your artistic vision and your
experiences as a BIPOC artist.

The successful applicant will:

  • Receive a $3000 artist’s fee ($1500 at the beginning of the project and $1500 upon
    completion of the film for the festival)
  • Have a budget of $2000 for filmmaking costs (e.g., equipment rental, software purchase,
    fees for sound designer)
  • Have monthly meetings with mentors to support your project development and career.
    The mentors will include educators and prominent members of the field of animation,
    and we will do our best to match you up with mentors who can address your specific
    questions or goals.
  • Give an informal presentation of your work in progress in the winter of 2023 (speaker’s
    fee of $350) and introduce your film and talk about it during a Q&A during the festival
    (speaker’s fee of $350). The festival event will be recorded and posted to our website.
  • Receive screening fees for screenings during the festival, and also on the festival’s
    website starting two years after the AFX presentation. You will retain copyright, and we
    will pay rates set by the Canadian Artists’ Representation/Le Front des artistes
    canadiens (CARFAC) for moving images on the internet for 5 years. Between the festival
    and posting the film to our website, you’ll be welcome to submit it to other festivals.

This project is made possible through funding from the Government of Canada.
Applications should be emailed to animationhalifax@gmail.com, and should answer these
questions in whatever format you prefer:

  1. Where are you based/where do you live most of the time? You need to be based in
    Mi’kma’ki/the Atlantic Provinces to be eligible for this program.
  2. What is your experience/background in animation and/or related fields such as
    illustration, live-action filmmaking, etc.? This can include projects you have done
    professionally, or for a high school class or community course, or on your own. Please
    send us links or files for your past projects.
  3. What are your ambitions in animation? For example, do you want to work in a
    commercial studio? Do you want to go to art school and become an independent
    animator (or have you already done so)? Do you want to make animated music videos?
    Become a YouTube influencer as an animator? Something else? Our festival team
    includes people working in both commercial and independent animation, and we
    welcome applicants with a range of interests and ambitions.
  4. In about one paragraph, describe the film you’d like to make through the program.
    Please tell us what the story/subject matter would be and describe how it would
    look/feel. If you already know, please tell us how you would accomplish it (animation
    technique, software/equipment, etc.). Feel free to include images by you or examples
    by other people that are similar to what you’d like to do, but this is not required.
  5. Are you willing to speak in public about your experiences as an artist who is Black,
    Indigenous, and/or a Person of Colour? You can approach this question any way you
    like, such as discussing barriers you and/or your community have faced or inspirations
    that have informed your work. You are welcome but not required to share thoughts
    about this in this application.

If you are a more experienced animator, because of the program’s emphasis on mentorship, we
encourage you to apply to develop a new skill that you have not had a chance to explore

For more information about the Animation Festival of Halifax, please visit our website, Facebook page, or the Twitter
account of Carbon Arc Cinema, which presents the festival.

And if you have any questions, just drop us a line at animationhalifax@gmail.com.

Artist Soliciting Images for Community Portrait 📸

Prince Edward Island based multi-disciplinary artist, Damien Worth is currently developing an interactive portrait of Fredericton for his upcoming exhibit at the UNB Art Centre in September.

Using video-game technology (Unity3d), Worth builds surreal landscapes that are textured with images solicited from the public. “This will be the fourth iteration of the project; I’ve already completed projects for Charlottetown (PEI), St. John’s (NL), and Sydney (NS). I’m interested in how we navigate spaces, how sites transform over time, and memory as it relates to personal identities” Worth notes.

Worth is looking for all types of imagery related to personal experience and locations surrounding the various identities of Fredericton. “I’m hoping to get a good range of subject matter, everything from locations of prominence to dingy late-night party scenes or back alleys. I’m also hoping to get some sound clips or 3d models.”

Worth is looking for interested participants to submit one or two images, sound clips, or 3d models to him no later than July 20th. The materials can be sent via email (damworth@hotmail.com) or via social media @damworth78. No advertising or offensive subject matter will be accepted.

The UNB Art Centre is located at Memorial Hall, 9 Bailey Drive, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton.  The galleries are open 9 am – 4 pm on weekdays and during special events. Admission is free to members of the public.

Call for Submissions for Art Exhibition Programming

Again this year, the three Francophone school-community centres of NB are joining together to make a joint call for tenders in order to solicit visual artists from the province to come and exhibit in the art galleries of their respective centres.
All three centres operate a non-commercial community gallery and are willing to pay a fee to artists according to the 2022/2023 CARFAC rate. The attached document will give you all the details to submit your application (deadline – June 2, 2022).

This call for tenders is for the next year of programming which will begin in September 2022.

Please share this notice with anyone you know who might be interested in exhibiting in Miramichi, Fredericton, or Saint John.
Submission guidelines are here:

Honeybee Folk School: Call for Instructors 🐝

The Honeybee Folk School is seeking instructors for our Night Course Series and Fall Gathering at the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. At the Honeybee Folk School, we are passionate about lifelong learning, keeping traditional skills alive, inspiring creativity, and fostering a regenerative living mindset. Apply now and become a part of this teaching community!

Image of a basket being woven. Text reads: "Call for instructors. Applications du May 15, 2022"

We are looking for instructors who teach workshops in the following areas and more:

  • basketry
  • beekeeping
  • ceramics
  • in the kitchen
  • jewellery/metal arts
  • northern ecology
  • natural wellness and wellbeing
  • permaculture/gardening
  • painting/drawing
  • photography
  • digital and graphic design
  • sewing
  • sustainable living
  • textiles
  • traditional skills
  • Wabanaki arts
  • wild crafting and woodworking
  • and more!


Instructors are paid $34/hour + $25 to $50 for materials. Instructors can charge an additional material fee to attendees, payable to the instructor the day of the course.

To learn more and to apply: Instructor Application Form

Arts Atlantic Symposium 2022: Call for Projects 📣

Call for Projects! Arts Atlantic Symposium | 21-23 October, Saint John, NB.

Arts Atlantic Symposium

We invite artists, arts collectives, curators, scholars, or arts professionals to submit proposals for presentations, performances, temporary installations, interventions, or workshops on the theme of FUTURE POSSIBLE for ArtsLink NB’s inaugural Arts Atlantic Symposium.


APPLICATION & INFO: https://www.artsatlantic.org/

INFO SESSIONS: May 13 and May 18 (online, registration required).

TNB Foundation Awards 🏆

Click this link for more information about the TNB Foundation awards.

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Stephen Graham Bird Award
(Acting, Directing or Playwriting)
DEADLINE June 10, 2022

The Stephen Graham Bird Award is designed to recognize and encourage New Brunswick students who have demonstrated exceptional talent and potential, and who are pursuing a career in the theatre. The Stephen Graham Bird Award is for full-time study.


To assist New Brunswick students who intend to pursue, or are presently pursuing, a career in theatre as a professional.
To increase the number of professional theatre artists in New Brunswick.
To encourage the development of New Brunswick talent in theatre arts.


To be eligible for consideration an applicant must intend to pursue, or be currently pursuing, full-time studies at a recognized institution, at an undergraduate level or professional training program, for the purpose of pursuing a career as a professional theatre artist. This career may be in acting, in directing, or in playwriting. Only New Brunswick residents are eligible to receive funding. A resident is defined as a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who has resided in New Brunswick for at least one year immediately preceding the application deadline.

Level of Funding

One award in the amount of $3,000 will be awarded per annum. An individual may receive up to a maximum of 4 awards, which must be applied for annually.

Apply here.

J. Patrick Clark Award
(Design, stage management or technical production)
DEADLINE June 10, 2022

The J. Patrick Clark Award is designed to recognize and encourage New Brunswick students who have demonstrated exceptional talent and potential, and who are pursuing a career in the theatre. The J. Patrick Clark Award is for full-time study.


To assist New Brunswick students who intend to pursue, or are presently pursuing, a career in theatre as a professional.
To increase the number of professional theatre artists in New Brunswick.
To encourage the development of New Brunswick talent in theatre arts.


To be eligible for consideration, an applicant must intend to pursue, or currently be pursuing, full-time studies at a recognized institution, at an undergraduate level or professional training program, for the purpose of pursuing a career as a professional theatre artist. This career may be in design, stage management or technical production. Only New Brunswick residents are eligible to receive funding. A resident is defined as a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who has resided in New Brunswick for at least one year immediately preceding the application deadline.

Level of Funding

One award in the amount of $3,000 will be awarded per annum. An individual may receive up to a maximum of 4 awards, which must be applied for annually.

Apply here.

Music Festival Reopening Fund 𝄞

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government of Canada has put in place many initiatives to provide financial support to the culture, heritage, and sport sectors, including, among others, investments through the Reopening Fund which is intended to complement the Budget 2021 Emergency Funds.

FACTOR The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings

The intent of the Music Festival Reopening Fund is to provide assistance to professional music festivals to stimulate their economic recovery by supporting the presentation of their events and encouraging the return of in-person audiences. $7 million has been allocated to the Canada Music Fund (CMF) for this program, consistent with the objective of fostering an environment where a diversity of Canadian music artists connects with audiences everywhere.

Applications are assessed taking into account the quality of the project and its potential to re-engage live audiences, as well as the impact it may have on the artist’s career, the employment of technicians and other cultural workers, and service providers.

Funding is subject to availability of funds and submitting an application does not guarantee funding.

The deadline to apply is May 6, 2022, at 5:00pm ET.

Applications can be submitted at any time from program launch to deadline. Late applications will not be considered.

Fredericton Playhouse Seeking Nominations for Playhouse Honours

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2022 Playhouse Honours. The public are encouraged to nominate an individual or individuals from our community who have made a significant contribution to the community through their work in music, theatre, dance, spoken word, or multidisciplinary performing arts.

The Fredericton Playhouse, experience it live

Established in 2008, the Playhouse Honours annually recognizes and celebrates the important work by members in the performing arts community in Fredericton. We believe in the value people can bring to the community through their work in the performing arts, and the Playhouse strives to foster a deeper appreciation of such contributions. A permanent display in the west gallery of the Playhouse recognizes each honouree.

Nominations can be made by any person or organization. Underscoring the personal contribution that they have made in the community, recipients must be individuals, not companies or organizations. Recipients may be a professional or amateur artist, administrator, volunteer, educator, philanthropist, advocate, organizer, etc.

The deadline for nominations is Monday, May 30, 2022. To nominate a candidate, please submit a written submission of no more than two (2) pages describing the reasons this nominee should be considered.

For full details about nominations for the Playhouse Honours program, please visit our website or contact Lesandra Dodson.

Nominations may be sent to:

Playhouse Honours Selection Committee

Fredericton Playhouse Inc.

686 Queen Street

Fredericton, NB E3B 1C2


Email: lesandra@theplayhouse.ca

B-PART of Our Art: Call for Submissions

B-PART is a public art project that aims to embrace the talent of our younger artists in the Greater Saint John area. Saint John is hosting the Memorial Cup in June. During this national event we want to empower our youth to show our culture, diversity, and love for our city.

Call for young artists. Public art.
We are asking organizations, school, individuals, and teams to submit their artwork to B-PART of Our Art event happening on June 18th.

Things to consider and questions:

Designs can be submitted via digital file. Make sure the image has a good resolution It is important that the jury clearly see your design. You can use the attached template to get a better understanding of space and context (you can make it as big as you need it).

In your 100-word description we want to know about you and your age. This is an opportunity to explain your design and how will empower our youth, culture, diversity, or the heritage of Saint John the first incorporated city of Canada. (We’ll be on the National Stage during the Memorial Cup, and YOUR ART could be too).

Selected works will be giving the wood approx.. 2 x 4ft to paint. Artists are encouraged to use their own art supplies. Please note that acrylic paint is recommended for outdoor installation.

Selected works will be giving time to develop their design at home however the completion of the artwork must be done on June 18th from 11-3PM on Prince William Street. Saint John NB.

Application checklist:

  • Design on digital file
  • 100 words description (name, age, tittle of the work and description)
  • Send material to B-PART@outlook.com
  • Deadline May 9th.

Guidelines: Artists from 12-17 years old will be qualified to apply.

Ten artworks will be selected by an independent professional jury. The selection of the finalists will be based on aesthetics and originality.

Project Budget: The artists selected will be paid $200 for each painting, which will be composed on a piece of wood that will later be installed in the window of an Uptown building. We will provide the wood board. The artwork will remain in place for the duration of the summer.

If you have any questions, please contact art coordinator Fabiola Martinez, fahr@hotmail.ca

Atlantic Dance Festival 2022 Call for Submissions 🩰

The Atlantic Dance Festival (adFda) is calling for submissions from the dance community!

A call for submissions has been issued for dance artists and companies for the 17th edition of the Atlantic Dance Festival from August 11 to 21, 2022.

We are looking for solo, duet of 5 to 8 minutes, or choreography of 10 to 20 minutes that has already been presented publicly.

We ask that you send a dossier with the following information:

  • Address, phone number and email address;
  • A brief resume;
  • A short video that clearly demonstrates your technical and artistic abilities OR for longer choreography proposals that have already been presented publicly, provide a video of the work (DVD, USB key or web link).
  •  Be available for performances between August 11 and 21, 2022.

Please email submissions to adfestivalda@gmail.com no later than April 30th. Contact us by phone at (506) 855-0998 for more information.

Dieppe Arts and Culture Centre, Original Works

The Dieppe Arts and Culture Centre (DACC) invites artists to submit a proposal of original works for the open spaces of the DACC by April 22, 2022. Please note that the works must be wall-mounted – ready to hang.

Those interested in submitting a proposal must include the following documents:

  • Resume
  • Biography
  • 10 images of the works
  • Detailed list of the 10 works (including size, medium and year)

Your application must be sent by email to the attention of Sophie Doucette at directionartistique@centredesartsdieppe.ca

If your application is accepted, in addition to the transport and hanging of your works for which you are responsible, you will also have to ensure the preparation and installation of labels allowing the identification of information specific to each work.

The DACC will take care of registering the sales on site and will retain 15% + HST on the total sales as a commission. The DACC cannot insure the works on display during their exhibition. The exhibition period will be for two months.

The DACC will cover the costs associated with the exhibition, its promotion and the coordination of the opening.

All applications will be evaluated by a jury of peers and the results will be communicated in the spring of 2022. The DACC wishes to thank all the candidates.
For more information, see their website.

Contact East 2022, Artist Submissions

Calling all performers: artist submissions for Contact East 2022 are NOW OPEN!

Logo Contact East Artist Submissions Now Open

Contact East is the Atlantic Presenters Association’s (APA’s) hallmark showcase summit and Atlantic Canada’s premiere performing arts booking conference. The event brings together performing arts presenters, managers, and agents to see top-quality performances from a diverse range of artistic genres, including but not limited to: music, cabaret, dance, Deaf, Disability and Mad arts, circus arts, theatre, comedy, youth-oriented programming, and cultural performances.

APA acknowledges that past selection processes were not fair or equitable to all and acknowledges the value that lived- and community-based experiences and practices have in creating fair artist selection processes. APA is committed to implementing and upholding equitable practices in choosing artists to perform at Contact East 2022 and beyond. We will provide any needed support to ensure fair, adequate, and accessible representation. We will be selecting artists that represent the wide diversity of artists that we are committed to bringing to Contact East. The artists chosen by the selection committee shall have equitable representation across communities, including Indigenous, Black, racialized, 2SLGBTQIA+, disability, and MAD arts communities.

Contact East 2022 will take place in Kjipuktuk/Halifax, Nova Scotia from Thursday, September 22 to Sunday, September 25.

The application deadline is Thursday, May 12, 11:59pm Atlantic Time.

Artists can apply for a Contact East showcase HERE.

Read the full press release HERE.

Artist Residencies: Imago Artist-Run Print Studio

Call for submissions 2022

Deadline: May 1,  2022

Results : July 1st 2022

Available spaces : 3 to 4

The Imago Artist-Run Print Studio invites artists who work in printmaking to apply to come and work in our studio for a period of 2 to 3 weeks. Imago offers a research space, a functional studio and programming that reflects current trends in visual arts.


  • The artist must be recognized as a professional artist as is defined by the Canada Arts Council.
  • The artist must have expertise in the field of printmaking they propose in their project.
  • The residency must take place between August 15th 2022 and April 15th 2023.


  • Chosen artists will received a 600$ artist fee per week of residency.
  • Travel expenses reimbursed (full airfare within Canada or up to a maximum of $600 for other means of transportation, with proof of receipts).
  • Accommodations provided during residency.
  • 24h access to the studio.
  • 175$ artist fee for presentation of work to the public (optional, approx. 20 mins).

Artists who wish to submit a project must submit a single PDF file (no WeTransfer) including:

  • Artist bio and CV (max. 2 pages);
  • Artist statement (max. one page);
  • A detailed project proposal that includes the print medium(s) you intend to work with and your preferred dates for the residency (max. 2 pages);
  • 8 to 10 support images or recent printmaking works;
  • Image list that includes title, medium, size and year created for each image.

Incomplete applications will not be considered by the jury.

Please submit your application by email to residences@atelierimago.com before May 1st 2022.

Follow this link to see the equipment available in our studio: equipment. For all questions about our residency program, please contact our director at direction@atelierimago.com.

Temporary Public Art Call – Phoenix Square, Fredericton

The City of Fredericton invites proposals from professional artists to install a temporary public art piece at Phoenix Square, the public space in front of Fredericton City Hall.

The installation, on display from July to mid-fall 2022, is meant to contribute to a welcoming and vibrant space for the community and visitors to enjoy throughout the summer and fall.

All of Phoenix Square can be considered for the public art display. However, the art must not impede pedestrian access or use of the space, nor pose any safety hazard. During the summer, people use the Square to enjoy a break, enjoy the weather and access office buildings.

Applicants should note that there is a prominent water fountain, bistro tables with chairs, large umbrellas, garden beds, large flowerpots, and other immovable objects that will need to be considered in the design process.

Although the public art will be ephemeral, designs should be well constructed, vandal-resistant, and able to withstand summer and fall weather.

A juried selection will take place the week following the submission deadline, and the art installed by the first week of July. Artists are to submit the following:

  • A resume and biography indicating education and body of work;
  • A proposed design concept including text and drawings or diagrams;
  • An itemized budget to a maximum of $5,000 for all costs related to production, transport, installation, removal, and artist fees; and,
  • A timeline and process for creation and installation.

For more information, including a detailed drawing of the site plan, visit www.fredericton.ca/publicart.

Eligibility: Open to professional artists in the greater Fredericton region.

Submission deadline: May 6, 2022.

Jane LeBlane Legacy Fund Awards and Deadlines

Arnold LeBlanc Songwriter Award – Amount: $2,000 – Deadline: May 20, 2022. Eligible Music Categories: roots, folk, and country music

The Arnold LeBlanc Songwriter Award seeks to spotlight talented New Brunswick songwriters at all levels in honour of Miramichi-born Arnold LeBlanc. Arnold was gifted with a golden singing voice. As a young child, he sang in the church choir and continued to sing well into his golden years. Arnold could whistle entire songs with perfect pitch and sang every day of his life.

We have confirmed Lennie Gallant, Joel Plaskett, Jenn Grant, Rose Cousins, and Catherine MacLellan for the music jury, and we are excited! The Arnold LeBlanc Songwriter award value has now increased to $2,000!

For submission guidelines, visit: https://www.janeleblanclegacyfund.com/awards/arnold-leblanc-songwriting-award

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    Jane LeBlanc Film Post Award – Amount: $1,000 – Deadline: June 1, 2022

    This cash post-production award enables New Brunswick emerging filmmakers to hire resident indie post

    specialists to take their film to completion. Eligible Post Work the cash award can be used for includes:

    •   Sound Design
    •   Music Score
    •   Colour Correction
    •   Dialogue Replacement
    •   Picture Edit

      This cash award can be used to top up other grants/awards the filmmaker has received. It is important to disclose in your submission that you have received funding for your project already. This cash award must hire New Brunswick resident creatives to do the post-work on a project. This cash award can be used to cover your festival submission fees.

      For submission guidelines, visit https://www.janeleblanclegacyfund.com/awards/film-post-award.

  • Jane LeBlanc Acting Support Award – Amount: $700 – Deadline: June 1, 2022

    This Acting Support Award is for any New Brunswick resident actor at any level who needs support moving their education and craft forward. Eligible activities the cash award can be used for:

    •   Mentorships (paying for any costs associated with the mentorship, including a fee for your mentor)
    •   Workshop & Lab Intensives (costs related to the workshop whether in person or online)
    •   Artist-in-Residence (costs related to the residency)
    •   Memberships (costs associated with joining an acting organization)
    •   Educational Material (costs related to the purchase of any educational acting material).

      For submission guidelines, visit https://www.janeleblanclegacyfund.com/awards/acting-support-award.


      Jane LeBlanc Music Award  – Amount: $3000 (In-kind Support) – Deadline: June 25, 2022

      The Jane LeBlanc Legacy Fund has created an award for emerging New Brunswick resident singer/songwriters to assist them in the recording and mastering of one of their original songs.If the music jury selects you, you will receive:
      • • Full assistance with recording and mastering (Eastern Hive Studio).
        • 1 to 2 session musicians (we pick), if needed, for the professional studio recording.
        •One-year membership with Music•Musique NB, and the Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick.
        • One-on-one professional development session with Kate Butler of She Said Feck! Records and Colin Fowlie of Colin Fowlie Music.
        • One-on-one consultation with award-winning singer/songwriters Laurie LeBlanc, Rose Cousins, Catherine and Lennie Gallant.
        • One-on-one consultation with artist manager & record label owner Nigel Jenkins.
        • Mentorship with Canada’s Music Incubator (CMI).
        • Complimentary pass to the ECMA’s and potential showcase opportunity.
      • One award will be given out annually through the fund.
      • https://www.janeleblanclegacyfund.com/awards/music-award.

Regart Amplitude: Open Call for Artists and Independent Curators

Deadline : Midnight, May 22. 2022
Artistic orientation 2023-2024

Amplitude. To expand ? Overflow ? Contain more ?

Amplitude is to encourage the overflow, the generous, the abundant. To feel the vibrant presence of a work, whether material or immaterial. Amplitude can consist of a diversity of strategies, sensibilities, subjects, choices, research, a complexity of assemblies, an overdose of gestures, actions, up-cycling, volumes, textures, shapes, mediums, and compositions.

A new era for Regart, with new programming in new spaces.  We are looking for proposals developed specifically to inhabit the space of the gallery. It is also possible to present works and projects already in circulation but adapted to the specificities of our space.

Regart, centre d’artistes en art actuel, was established in Lévis in 1986, Regart, a contemporary artist’ center, ensures the dynamic presence of the visual arts for the public of Chaudière-Appalaches and Québec City.

In the gallery and in public space, the Regart program highlights works that reflect the hybridization and experiment in which artistic quality and the importance of theory are shown off. The Centre favours innovative projects, research and exchanges aiming at being an open venue, a field of possibilities in which discussion with artists and mediation with the public are fundamental.

Gallery applications must be submitted before midnight on May 22, 2022. Email and paper applications won’t be accepted, only via the form at this link.