The Region of Waterloo Arts Fund is awarding 28 grants, totaling $195,118, in response to dynamic proposals submitted by a wide range of artists and arts organizations. Applications totaled 68 requests in all, for a sum of $534,373.
The New Quarterly is pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 Peter Hinchcliffe Short Fiction Award.
With six inspirational “playlets” created by a diverse group of actors and playwrights, Green Light Arts’ premiere of “We Could Be” in an outdoor, COVID-friendly setting — free of charge — may be the perfect message for this close-to-post-pandemic moment. Joel Rubinoff. Record Reporter.
The largely unknown story of young women from Newfoundland who made their way to the industrial heartland of Ontario almost eight decades ago. By Heather Barrett. CBC Newfoundland and Labrador.
Girly Muckle and the Queer Hands may now be ordered in print and in e-book format.
Announcing the 2021 PARC Retreat Playwrights.
ARTICLE: Central Newfoundland performing arts mentorship program wants to spark ideas - Toronto Star
No one knows for sure what the theatres arts are going to look like at the other end of the COVID-19 pandemic. Will it go back to what it was or will it find a new way to evolve? There is a performing arts mentorship program starting in central Newfoundland that just might be able to find out. Nicolas Mercer. Local Journalism Initiative Reporter.
How does a writer create fiction from history? With Helen Humphreys and Nicole Smith.
For #PlaySmelter 2017, we’re interviewing some of the great actors, writers, designers, producers, and key creatives involved in building our annual festival of new work.
Metcalf’s Internship Program seeks to strengthen the performing arts by investing in the sector’s most valuable resource — its people.