Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick

Lundi 18 septembre 2017

APPEL: BROADCAST LAB - Short film, animation and video

Canadian Artists: Short film, animation and video.
Deadline: Submissions must be sent before 11:59PM on Monday, October 2nd, 2017.

BROADCAST LAB is an exciting micro-cinema programming at Arts Commons in Calgary, Alberta. Through a peer assessment selection process, Broadcast Lab programs up to 24 national media artists annually running three months in duration. The media art appears on three television monitors located throughout Arts Commons. This project reaches a diverse audience of all ages; content must be suitable for public spaces. BROADCAST LAB supports experimental films, video art, animations, and short documentaries and the selected artists will be compensated with a $475CAD artist fee.

To view examples of current BROADCAST LAB programming go to the Arts Commons website at:
Please note that faxed or emailed submissions will not be reviewed.

Arts Commons: As the third largest performing arts centre in Canada (after the National Arts Centre in Ottawa and Place Des Artes in Montreal) , Arts Commons is an ever evolving space featuring music, theatre, dance and visual and media arts of all kinds. As a civic partner to the City of Calgary, Arts Commons’ main function is to care for our facility which is over 13 acres of public space. In the 2014-2015 Season alone, over 1000 artists worked and performed here through us and our resident companies. Arts Commons along with our six resident companies employs an additional 240 full-time arts professionals.

Arts Commons Presents invests significantly in emerging and mid-career artists. We value innovative, thought-provoking work that is also community minded. What this means to you as an artist is our relationship will often not start or end with a single exhibition, interaction or performance. The intent is to grow those diverse arts experiences with you; we value your work and believe it contributes the diversity of Calgary’s cultural fabric and fosters a compassionate society of culturally engaged citizens.

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