Alliance of Artists Communities. List of Residencies. Res Artis to the best of its ability makes sure that the content provided in our residency listings is accurate.
However, ultimately the information on these pages is provided by our member organisations. Emerging Voices. [ Application period is now closed.
The 2017 Fellows have been announced. ] The Emerging Voices Fellowship is a literary mentorship that aims to provide new writers who are isolated from the literary establishment with the tools, skills, and knowledge they need to launch a professional writing career. By the end of the Emerging Voices Fellowship, a writer will leave with: Seven months of guidance from a professional mentor and written notes on their current writing project. An author photo and bio. The seven-month fellowship includes: PROFESSIONAL MENTORSHIP: Emerging Voices Mentors are carefully chosen from PEN Center USA’s membership and from professional writers based in Los Angeles.
Submission Guidelines. We are a weekly journal of left/liberal opinion, covering national and international affairs as well as the arts.
The magazine goes to press on Wednesdays. We run two types of news items: comments (approximately 750 words), which are brief analyses of news developments, e.g., a Supreme Court decision or a change of government in Mexico; and articles (typically 1500-2500 words), which combine reporting and analysis to provide in-depth looks at issues. On the domestic front, we are particularly interested in civil liberties, civil rights, labor, economics, environmental and feminist issues and politics. Because we have readers all over the country, it's important that stories have national significance. In our foreign affairs coverage, we are interested in pieces on international political, economic and social developments. Late Night Writers Workshop.
The window for submissions will be open January 1, 2016 at 12:00 AM through January 15, 2016 at 11:59 PM PT.
You may submit your packet via this link: The NBCUniversal Late Night Writers Workshop is a multi-day program focused on exposing talented sketch and comedy writers to NBCUniversal’s late night & alternative line-up and readying them for a staff writer position. We are looking for writers who are “almost there,” but need that final bit of preparation and exposure to key industry players. We particularly encourage female writers and those of diverse backgrounds to apply. The selected writers will create new sketch material and gain insight into the dynamics of a late night writers’ room. Application Requirements. PUB: Afrocentric Approaches to Teaching Acting/Directing Theatre.
Myprohelvetia. Community literature initiative. Code School Learning Opportunity. Calling All Playwrights! A Home for New Voices to Shine. Calling All Playwrights!
Skylight Theatre Offers a Home for New Voices to Shine M.R. Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal. Lifornia Arts Council. Published: 05-01-2014 The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) and the California Arts Council are seeking arts organizations to work for a rehabilitative arts program opening at prisons statewide.
Arts-in-Corrections Links The Arts in Corrections programs will offer an array of performing, literary and visual arts disciplines, such as theater, music, creative writing, poetry, painting, drawing and sculpture. The Caribbean Writer - Submission Guidelines. We Are Now Accepting Submissions for Volume 28, to be published in 2014.
Deadline: Extended to March 31, 2014 The Caribbean Writer is seeking works that explore the defining moments of the Caribbean experience, the symbolism in the places that dot the Caribbean landscape, the journeys that inform our experiences, the memories that will not let us go. We hope to highlight and document Caribbean life in its broadest sense.
We also invite works that provide a critical and historical overview, of times, places, and memories that reflect the wit, resilience and resourcefulness of Caribbean people as well as the implications of certain periods that have helped to define the notion of the contemporary Caribbean. Major events in the history of the Caribbean and the experiences of people wherever they live the Caribbean experience is relevant in very profound ways. The Caribbean Writer is an international literary refereed journal with a Caribbean focus. Selebrasyon! « Haiti Cultural Exchange. Selebrasyon!
Will be the first of its kind in New York. This festival will bring Haitian, Caribbean, and wider New York communities together to experience Haitian film, dance, music, literary and visual art in venues across the city! Beginning on Haitian Flag Day on May 18th during Haitian Heritage Month, and running until the end of June which is Caribbean-American Heritage Month, this festival will present events hosted in collaboration with different organizations, institutions and artists. Artist Opportunities. The Studio Series and the New Original Works (NOW) Festival allow local artists to develop high-risk pieces in a low-risk, supportive setting--one that comes with a well-equipped space, a professional technical team and audiences primed for daring work.
Studio was created to give new artists an opportunity to hone their skills and offer established artists a chance to test new material and works-in-progress before an audience. A revolving panel of working artists curates each edition, selecting artist through a live showing process. Questions? Email studio.REDCAT@calarts.edu. Lifornia Arts Council. Opportunities artist calls.
The Caribbean Writer - Submission Guidelines. Callaloo.tamu.edu.
Spoken Word Immersion Grant - The Loft Literary Center. 2014 Award The Loft Spoken Word Immersion Fellowship for artists of color and Indigenous artists provides writers financial support and professional assistance to develop and implement self-selecting community learning and enrichment plans. Winners will be selected to receive grants of up to $7,000 to underwrite projects of their own design.