Tickets are now available for PlaySmelter 2017, Sudbury’s new work theatre festival. To celebrate its fifth year, the festival will be presenting the world premiere production of Blind Nickel Pig by Lara Bradley and the Sudbury premiere of Receiver of Wreck by Matthew Heiti. Accompanying these full productions will be exciting first readings of three new scripts by Northern Ontario writers: Pakistani Sugar by Brigitte Gall (Minden, ON), Debwewin (Truth) by Sarah Gartshore (Sudbury, ON) and The Sandcastle by Eli Chilton (Moose Factory, ON). All events will take place May 9-13 at the Ukrainian National Federation, 130 Frood Road. “This.
On Wednesday, May 17, the 2017 Mayor’s Celebration of the Arts will be presented at a gala reception at the Sudbury Theatre Centre. The finalists were announced at a news conference this morning. The awards event, now in its fourth year, is a project of the Sudbury Arts Council in collaboration with Regroupement des organismes culturels de Sudbury (ROCS). In addition to the honour of being recognized by their peers, the artists will be awarded cash bursaries to help them continue to pursue their creative projects. The Award for Outstanding Emerging Artist, a cash prize of $2,500, will be presented.
The third annual Paint the Downtown Yellow campaign in support of the Canadian Cancer Society’s daffodil month campaign, will be taking place Wednesday April 19th or Thursday 20th (weather dependent) and we are seeking volunteers to assist with the painting of yellow logos and daffodils in downtown Sudbury. Every April, volunteers hit the downtown streets with pails of yellow paint, stencils and paint brushes in hand. Their mission, to paint over 56 logos and daffodils across the streets of downtown. After a long day of hard work downtown yellow will be abundant, down every street. You will find yellow ribbons,.
The Evelyn Crandell Memorial Bursary for the Arts, now in its fifteenth year of existence, makes available a $2000.00 bursary to students in the fine arts programs. So far, the caliber of talent demonstrated by our recipients has been impressive. This bursary is intended to provide assistance to a student of the fine arts who demonstrates an advanced level of achievement, not necessarily academic, with the intent of continued higher pursuit. This year, for the first time, the information regarding eligibility and application is online at www.evelyncrandellbursary.com..
Waterlution, in partnership with Greatness – The Great Lakes Project, is looking for a Manitoulin-Sudbury district artist to help local residents connect and engage with the Great Lakes. Project Lead Christopher McLeod says “Great Art for Great Lakes wants to celebrate the grandeur and importance of the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth. We will fund a local artist to collaboratively create works of art with local residents that honour the Great Lakes, share their stories and mark Canada’s 150th birthday. It is crucial we connect with the Great Lakes so we can understand and safeguard them for our current.
WorkInCulture is pleased to present a FREE five-part webinar series for artists, markers, and creative entrepreneurs looking to learn more in the areas of business planning, marketing and financial management. Join us at the Regional Business Centre to participate in this live webinar and network with like-minded artists. Beginning a Creative Entrepreneurship March 2nd, 2017 from 12pm to 2pm at the Regional Business Centre, Room C-10 Are you an artist or creative professional interested in turning your art into a business? This workshop will give you a reflective understanding of the creative entrepreneur mindset and tangible tools in beginning your business journey..
Ce stage sera accordé à la condition que le candidat ou la candidate soit accepté(e) et le financement accordé par le programme de stage du gouvernement de l’Ontario. Description du poste : Le stage consiste à assister la direction dans la gestion de l’organisme et des événements. Une emphase particulière sera mise sur la gestion et la production des événements culturels. Tâches : Assister à la gestion journalière de l’organisme. Prendre connaissance et exécuter les décisions de la direction. Faire la recherche et assister au dépouillement des options et des choix de l’organisme. Évaluer les coûts de production artistiques, logistiques.
The Summer Experience Program (SEP) provides funding to not-for-profit organizations, municipalities, Indigenous organizations and First Nation communities in order to create meaningful summer employment opportunities for students. SEP positions must focus on activities supporting key sectors within the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration and the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, including citizenship, voluntarism, seniors, women, tourism, culture, sport and recreation and offer training for future careers or work experience in skills transferable to the general workforce. SEP guidelines are available on the Grants Ontario website: http://www.grants.gov.on.ca/GrantsPortal/en/OntarioGrants/GrantOpportunities/OSAPQA005131 Please review the Guidelines and Terms and Conditions in order to assess your.
The deadline for Theatre Ontario’s Professional Theatre Training Program (PTTP) is approaching. The program offers financial support for unique and flexible training with a chosen mentor in any theatrical discipline except performance. The next deadline is March 1, 2017. For more information on the new expanded eligibility, program guidelines and how to submit an application, visit our website at http://www.theatreontario.org/programs/grants-scholarships/professional-theatre-training-program.aspx..
NLFB is very excited to partner with Sudbury.com in order to premiere their brand new live-session series, aptly named “NLFB Office Sessions”. The videos can be viewed online at sudbury.com. The aim of the series is to showcase a number of local and out-of-town musicians who either have or will be soon performing at the festival. Murder Murder, Mandala, and Ben Sures are only a few of the names you can expect to see taking part in the series. All of the videos are being filmed at the NLFB Office on 19 Grey Street, so maybe drop by sometime and.