Opportunities: Auditions, Casting Calls and More

Tangled Art + Disability presents Cripping the Arts Symposium, April 28-30, 2016

July 31, 2015
Cripping the Arts Symposium

Tangled Art + Disability presents Cripping the Arts, a three-day symposium from April 28-30th 2016, which seeks to advance Deaf and Disability arts in Canada by addressing the question: How do Deaf, disabled, and Mad people access the arts both as audience members and creators? Cripping the Arts will bring together artists, academics, curators, arts…

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Audition Call

July 24, 2015
LCA_casting_call

Lights, Camera, Access (LCA!) is looking for a MALE wheelchair user in ages of 20-30 years who has an interest in the entertainment industry. LCA! Is having auditions on August 1st and 2nd /2015 For a short non – union film. Please contact us immediately if you have any interest. [email protected]  

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Audition Call

July 7, 2015
LCA_casting_call

Bobby Del Rio is directing a short play as part of the Social Capitol theatre’s short play festival and would like to meet a wide variety of performers (actors, improvisers, stand ups and singers who want to act in scripted and improvised work), all ages, looks, and skill sets, for this and future projects. Please…

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Call for Submissions/Audition Call

July 7, 2015
Pandemic Theatre

  Call for Submissions/Audition Call Audition Dates: July 14th 2015 & July 16th 2015 Deadline to Submit: July 12, 2015 Project: THEY SAY HE FELL Pandemic Theatre in association with Cahoots Theatre Written by Nir Bareket and Donna Michelle St. Bernard Directed by Jivesh Parasram Project type: Production Projected Dates of Engagement: September 12 –…

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An Accessible Voice in Broadcasting: A Connect 4 Life Training Program

June 25, 2015
Connect 4 Life

This 24 week radio broadcast training program is unique in that it is the first in Canada designed for people with disabilities. It introduces students to basic radio production, the use of digital audio editing software and how to operate studio equipment, as well as the theory behind it. Students will also be introduced to…

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NFB and CFC Launch Creative Doc Lab

June 8, 2015

The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and the Canadian Film Centre (CFC) have joined forces to present an innovative high-level documentary program, the NFB/CFC Creative Doc Lab. The Lab is open to filmmakers from across Canada with compelling feature documentary proposals who have a minimum of 90 minutes of produced work in short and/or…

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Acting opportunity for The Beast Within

April 12, 2015
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Three Eagles Productions is looking for a strong Black Male actor for a lead role in a mini feature. Shooting begins in early June. This in non-union and non-paid. The role requires a two-day shoot with three rehearsals. The project is: “THE BEAST WITHIN” Synopsis: Is the story of a biracial woman dealing with exclusion…

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Human Rights and Employment for People with Disabilities – Information Session

April 3, 2015

Date: April 8th, 2015 – 4-6 pm Location: ARCH Disability Law Centre, 425 Bloor Street East, Suite 110 Price: Free! For More Information and to RSVP contact: Candice Botha email [email protected] or phone or text 647-862-7326 The Ethno-racial People with Disabilities Coalition of Ontario (ERDCO) in partnership with the Arch Disability Law Centre and the…

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Canada Ontario Job Grant Announcement

March 12, 2015

The Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister of Employment and Social Development, and the Honourable Reza Moridi, Ontario Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, announced that Ontario is now accepting employer applications for the Canada Job Grant and are encouraging employers to apply. The Canada Job Grant is an innovative, employer-driven approach to help Canadians gain the…

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Grant applications are due March 13 for the StArt (street art) Partnership Program

February 20, 2015

Grant applications are due March 13 for the StArt (street art) Partnership Program. Applicants must be incorporated non-profit or charitable organizations. StreetARToronto or StART is a new, pro-active program that aims to develop, support, promote and increase awareness of street art and its indispensable role in adding beauty and character to neighbourhoods across Toronto, while…

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