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Sunday, February 5, 2023

Artist and Writers Opportunities

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Revista Latina NC “EL lugar donde descubrimos muchas culturas, pero el orgullo de pertenecer a cada una nos une”. Revista Latina NC tiene el propósito de promover los Negocios, Grupos Musicales, Artistas Latinos así como los Servicios y Eventos a través de las Sociedades, Instituciones, Academias, Asociaciones y Grupos que involucran a nuestra comunidad Latina. Consideramos parte importante de nuestra comunidad la difusión de estas actividades con el fin de recordar nuestras tradiciones como países latinos y compartir con el mundo lo enriquecedor de cada una de nuestras culturas. Una de las principales caracteristícas que distingue a Revista Latina es que todos sus espacios están diseñados para que sus seguidores puedan ser parte de ella, tenemos espacios para todos aquellos que gustan de realizar artes, que escriben o componen, los que realizan eventos sin fines de lucro, para todos aquellos que tengan un buen propósito hay un lugar.

New opportunities

  • The North Carolina Literary Review is accepting submissions of poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction on the theme “Disability (in) NC Literature” for the 2024 issue.
  • American Music Abroad is accepting applications from musicians of all genres to be a part of the 2024 tour season.
  • The McColl Center invites artists who are parents or educators and who cannot participate in a McColl Center residency during the school year to apply for a place in its summer 2023 Artist-in-Residence Program.
  • Trillium Arts invites applications for the “Miss Sarah” Fellowship for Black Women Writers, which offers Black women writers a restful environment conducive to reflection and writing.
  • Western Arts Alliance is accepting applications for the 2022–2023 cycle of Performing Arts Discovery—an exciting international virtual showcase opportunity for U.S.-based performing artists who are ready to tour internationally.

Professional development

  • Join SouthArts and Arts InCommunity on December 8 for the online workshop and discussion “Accessibility in the Arts” to learn how improving accessibility can expand the reach of the arts in your community.
  • The Southeastern Theatre Conference’s 2023 Annual Convention—a one-stop-shop to connect with companies, recruiters, and other like-minded theater practitioners—will be in Lexington, KY, on March 1–5, 2023.

Last call

  • Tracks Music Library seeks submissions from Triangle-area musicians who have produced at least a five-track collection of music in any genre.
  • VAE Raleigh is looking for submissions by Southern queer, trans, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (QTBIPOC) artists whose work goes beyond the traditional view of fine art to be featured in a collective exhibition centered on the themes of liberation, resistance, and solidarity among QTBIPOC Southerners.
  • Da Soul Gallery, which will be a place that features the creative stylings of BIPOC disabled artists, invites all deaf and disabled BIPOC artists to submit their work.

For details and additional listings, please visit the North Carolina Arts Council’s Artist Opportunities page.


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