Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre
May 27, 2018
Call for Artists Description:
Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre (MACC) is looking for proposals from artists and groups interested in using our studio space during evening and weekend hours throughout the summer months. In exchange for free space to research, create and rehearse, MACC requires that artists offer a community engagement component to their proposal. This could take the form of open rehearsals, a dialogue series, free workshops, free performances or any other opportunity for the neighbourhood to be involved in your artistic process.
This call is open to both emerging and established artists and groups working in any performing art discipline including traditional, cultural and contemporary practices. Please note there is no artist fee or tech provided for this residency and class activities are not eligible. Due to limited space, we are not able to accommodate all proposals.
Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre (MACC) is a community arts centre that provides a space for intercultural connections, a gathering place for the community and an opportunity for everyone to experience and participate in the arts. At MACC we believe that the arts enrich and strengthen community life. We work through partnerships and collaborations to support innovative projects where artists and community members can come together to create meaningful and rewarding experiences.
Located in South Vancouver at 7646 Prince Albert Street in Moberly Park, MACC is an intimate and accessible black box theatre space with a sprung dance floor, a meeting room, kitchen facilities and a medicinal herb garden.
For questions contact the Community Arts Programmer at 604-718-6521 or firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Apply:
If you have a creative project that could benefit from the use of our space and that can engage the South Vancouver community please send a brief proposal (1 page max) to Oliver McTavish-Wisden at email@example.com, including:
• Your name/group
• Daytime phone number
• Email address
• Your artistic discipline
• A statement about your project and what you need the space for
• A statement about what you’d like to offer the community
Deadline: Sunday May 27, 2018