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Vendor Opportunity at Taste of the Atlantic 2023 🍽️

Join us at the Taste of the Atlantic Festival in Fredericton, NB, where we are celebrating the vibrant Indigenous cuisine and rich cultural heritage of the region.

Vendor Sign Up

We are excited to extend an open invitation to Indigenous vendors who are passionate about showcasing their unique crafts, traditional foods, and handmade products at our market. This is an incredible opportunity to connect with a diverse community of food enthusiasts, cultural enthusiasts, and individuals interested in supporting Indigenous businesses.

Whether you specialize in mouthwatering traditional dishes, beautifully crafted artwork, or artisanal goods, we would love to have you as part of our festival!

Details:

Dates: August 19th, 20th, and 26th
Location: Fredericton NB
Vendor Fee: $25/day

To apply, please email  info@tasteoftheatlantic.com or jennasnutfreedessertery@gmail.com with the following information:

  1. Fill out the form at the link below.
  2. Include links to your website or social media pages (if available).

Vendor Sheet for Taste of the Atlantic

Let’s come together to celebrate Indigenous culture, support local businesses, and indulge in the incredible flavors of the Atlantic!

Art on the Bridge 2023 🌉

Art on the Bridge. Artists wanted.

Saturday, June 3. Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge.

Art on the Bridge. Artists wanted

 

Artists from NB are invited to display art and/or live paint for no fee. Event is open to the public on Fredericton official Parks and Trails Day.

For more information, contact Connie Wheaton from House of Art by Connie.

Facebook: @houseofartbyconnie

Instagram: @artbyconnie

Hold Fast Festival Call for Featured Artists ⚓️

HOLD FAST Festival is a celebration of contemporary performance, interdisciplinary art, and community engagement in St. John’s, NL.

Hold Fast Festival Logo

Our core values are:

  • Facilitating community engagement and meaningful exchange
  • Increasing public arts literacy
  • Creating opportunities for artists
  • Critiquing and subverting structural oppressions & systems of power, with emphasis on:
    • queer, feminist, and anti-racist perspectives
    • Newfoundland & Labrador regional identity
    • and Indigenous resistance to colonialism

HOLD FAST culminates in a Saturday afternoon Art Crawl, a series of performances, installations, and interactive pop-ups staged outdoors and in non-gallery venues across downtown St. John’s. Past programming has included performances, interactive installations, artist talks, workshops, dance, drag, burlesque, film screenings, and free community events for people of all ages.

Apply here.

Invisible Artists Carnival 🎟️

The Invisible Artists Carnival is an immersive, travelling performance and film experience that fuses science-fantasy, circus, and disability culture. With robust accessibility built into process and performance, the show presents a threadbare Caravan as the deceptive cover for a world of mobile cinema, aerial wizardry and shared ritual.

 

Invisible Artists Carnival Calls for Submission

 

When the Carnival rolls into a neighbourhood as darkness falls, mysterious magic will be unleashed in a live spectacle (suitable for all ages) as the group attempts to make contact with The Artist, a legendary many faced figure who vanished several years ago. EYELEVEL Gallery is bringing this incredible project and its core team of creators (The Other Hearts Collective and Erin Ball) from Toronto to Halifax to work with local artists also from Mad, Deaf, Chronically Ill and Disability communities. The Other Hearts team will collaborate and train with local artists to perform alongside them in an interactive experience that is rooted in accessibility. In addition, a new short video work will be created based on the city that the carnival travels to, giving context to “The Artists” in relation to the Carnival.

FEE:  $20/hr, 5hrs/day, 4 days a week for 6 weeks per artist

DATES:

  • Application Deadline: June 19th, 2023
  • 2nd stage interviews: Between June 20th 2023 and July 20th,2023
  • Local performers chosen: July 26, 2023
  • Rehearsal Start Date: September 12, 2023 until October 11th, 2023
  • Performance Dates: Nocturne October 12,13, x, y, z – still solidifying
  • There will be three additional performance dates following the closing of Nocturne, time & location TBD.

Full application details are here.

Inaugural Atlantic Community Theatre Festival 🎭

Please join us at our inaugural Atlantic Community Theatre Festival, a gathering of community theatre groups from the Atlantic provinces coming together in Sackville NB to perform one act plays to their community theatre peers and an appreciative local audience.

 

Atlantic Community Theatre Festival

We will combine the camaraderie of amateur community theatre casts and crew with professional adjudicators who will provide encouragement and constructive feedback to each group. Our adjudicators will share their areas of expertise with us in a series of workshops sprinkled throughout the weekend. This will be a collaborative and fun environment that will invigorate our community theatre groups by providing opportunities to expose your company’s work to a wider audience. Throughout the weekend, there will also be opportunities to socialize with fellow thespians and enjoy the hospitality and entertainment of our vibrant little town.

We have a beautiful venue arranged, Convocation Hall at Mount Allison University, on the weekend of Nov 3 – 5, 2023. The cost will be very reasonable at $100 per performance entered in the Festival plus $10/person, cast and crew. We are hoping to have 10 Community Theatre companies attend to have a busy and fun weekend.

Please share this email freely and reply to this email with your expression of interest, or any comments or questions – we would love to hear from you! For more information about the festival, please visit our website.

Sappyfest 18: Call for Submissions 💥

ATTENTION MUSICIANS, WRITERS, DANCERS, FILMMAKERS, THINKERS, QUESTION MAKERS, COLLABORATORS & CREATIVES OF ALL MANNER: Submissions are now open for Sappyfest 18, taking place August 4th-6th, 2023.

Sappyfest 18: August 4-6, 2023. Call for Submissions. Deadline February 28th, 2023

Sappyfest is an annual three-day festival of music, art, poetry and performance that takes place in the heart of downtown Sackville, NB. We are a small but big-hearted gathering and a volunteer-driven organization dedicated to producing a non-hierarchical event with a broad program of regional, national, and international artists. We focus on emerging artists, unheralded career artists, and celebrated artists working in all styles of music and sound, as well as poetry, dance, film, and the visual and performing arts.

Apply to participate in Sappyfest 18 by filling out this brief form.

Applications close on Tuesday, February 28th, 2023.

Go here for full details.

Toronto’s Outdoor Art Fair 🏙

Applications are now open!

Join Canada’s leading contemporary outdoor/online art fair, launching artists’ careers since 1961. Our iconic white tents have hosted many renowned Canadian artists, such as Edward Burtynsky, Barbara Astman, Joanne Tod and many more at the early stages of their careers. Our community is passionate about supporting artists and exceptional talents through awards, special programs and opportunities.

Early Bird Deadline: February 28, 2023 (11:59 PM)

Final Application Deadline: March 7, 2023 (11:59 PM)