Attention Performers and Artists,
Yellowhouse Art Centre Society is thrilled to announce an open call for submissions, inviting performers to showcase their artistry on our stages, both outdoors and indoors during the period of May - Dec 2024.
We are committed to celebrating diversity, embracing various genres, and fostering a platform that values both established and emerging artists.
Caliber of Work: We are seeking performances that exemplify unique artistry and innovation. Whether it's music, dance, theatre, spoken word, or interdisciplinary art, we encourage submissions that push creative boundaries.
Representation of Diversity: YHACS celebrates inclusivity and welcomes submissions that reflect diverse geographies, perspectives, cultures, and experiences. We encourage artists from all backgrounds to share their unique voices and stories.
Genre Variety: Our platform embraces a broad spectrum of genres. Whether it's contemporary, experimental, traditional, or fusion, we encourage submissions that showcase the richness of artistic expression across various genres.
Balanced Mix of Established and Emerging Artists: We value the contributions of both established artists with a remarkable body of work and emerging talents poised to make their mark. We encourage submissions from artists at all stages of their careers.
How to Submit: Please send a detailed proposal outlining your performance, including a description, sample materials (videos, audio recordings, or portfolios), artist bio, any technical requirements and preferred dates during the season.Submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight, March 31 2024.
We have limited budget and availability to host performances. Please email us for any questions and inquiries.
All of our events are being held on the shared and unceded traditional territories of Penelakut, Lamalcha, Hwitslum, Coast Salish Peoples of Galiano - Lelum Sar Augh Ta Naogh First Nation and other Hul’qumi’num and SENCOTEN speaking peoples as well as the ceded territories of Tsawwassen First Nation, on what is now known as Galiano Island.