CULTURALDC ANNOUNCES OPEN CALL!
APPLY TO PARTICIPATE IN FLASHPOINT GALLERY, SOURCE FESTIVAL OR MEAD THEATRE LAB PROGRAM
Calling all emerging performing artists, visual artists, directors, playwrights, curators, theatre companies and those that work creatively. Bring us your big ideas and brand new projects! We are seeking artists for Flashpoint Gallery and Mead Theatre Lab Program for our 2014-15 season and for Source Festival 2014.
deadline: Friday, 10.18.13, 5PM | application fee: $30
Open to contemporary artists, independent curators and arts organizations. Flashpoint Gallery showcases bold, new work and cultivates emerging and mid-career artists working in a variety of media including site-specific installations, performance pieces, new media and other experimental forms. Proposals must be submitted online. Visit our website for more information about Flashpoint Gallery and our Request for Proposals.
deadline: Tuesday, 11.05.13, 5PM
Open to playwrights, directors and artists working in a range of disciplines. Source Festival is an annual performing arts festival for new work running from June 6 – 29, 2014. The Festival features 18 10-Minute Plays, three Full-Length Plays and three Artistic Blind Dates (open to performing and visual artists, playwrights, devisers, musicians, dancers, choreographers and filmmakers). Proposals must be submitted online. Visit our website for more information about Source Festival and our Request for Proposals.
MEAD THEATRE LAB AT FLASHPOINT
deadline: Monday, 12.02.13, 5PM | application fee: $30
Open to artists, producers and arts organizations presenting performing arts in any genre. The Mead Theatre Lab Program seeks emerging playwrights and performing artists to present work that explores provocative, new ideas. Proposals must be submitted online. Visit our website for more information about the Mead Theatre Lab Program and our Request for Proposals.
Photos pictured above:
Anna Tsouhlarakis, In Other Words: A Native Primer, Flashpoint Gallery 2013. Photo by Brandon Webster Photography Hueman Prophets’, Read: White and Blue, Mead Theatre Lab Program 2012. Photo by C. Stanley Photography
Kita Grayson, Scott McCormick and Kyle Encinas in A Frontier, As Told By The Frontier, Source Festival 2013. Photo by C. Stanley Photography.
CulturalDC is generously supported by The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, The Kresge Foundation, the MARPAT Foundation, the Eugene & Agnes E. Meyer Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, Prince Charitable Trusts, The Share Fund of the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, The Washington Post Company and many other generous partners. Marvin is CulturalDC’s 2012-13 Wine Partner.
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