Call for Submissions!
Found Festival 2015
June 25 – 28
Found Festival is a multidisciplinary found space arts festival exhibiting explosive and dynamic new works in a variety of unconventional spaces in Edmonton, Alberta
Any artistic discipline: music dance, visual art, film, theatre, writing, etc.
Projects can be previously produced work or new work.
We accept one-minute performance, daylong endurance art pieces and everything in between.
You must define yourself or your project as contributing to the emerging Edmonton arts scene.
1. Project Submissions (individuals or ensembles)
Project Descriptions (your team, dream venues/location)
Outline of proposed process (creation, development, and performance)
Support Material (past performance history, scripts, resumes, photos, videos, etc)
2. Individual Submissions
Want to be part of the festival but you don’t have a project in mind? Solo artists interested in performing apply here. (musicians, visual artists, poets, authors, actors, dancer etc.)
Include Support Material (past performance history, scripts, resumes, photos, videos, etc.)
Deadline December 20, 2014
ABOUT THE FOUND FESTIVAL
Now in its fourth year, Found is a living, breathing showcase of dance, theatre, visual art, music, film, creative writing and more all in unexpected places. Our aim is to produce an event that is affordable, accessible, interactive, and empowering, encouraging artists to contribute to the cultural landscape of the city.
Our past venues have included a funeral home, residential garage, and a Dodge grand caravan. We’ve had live music played off rooftops, movies projected onto buildings, and a play performed— in the middle of June— on a giant pile of snow. Some pieces are designed for as few as 5 people at a time, with others accommodating as many as 200. We are committed to presenting innovative, entertaining, and provocative new works which push the boundaries of audience interaction, allowing both spectators and performers to engage in a more stimulating brand of risk-taking and play.
ABOUT COMMON GROUND
The Common Ground Arts Society is a not-for-profit organization established in 2009 dedicated to the promotion, advocacy, and development of Edmonton’s emerging arts scene. We hope to successfully showcase and develop the work of artists in Edmonton through our flagship festival, workshops, performances and community events.
Send Submissions to Festival Director Andrew Ritchie firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information or to apply visit www.commongroundarts.ca