[OregonArts] Important Opportunities for Performing Artists/Companies + Presenters
D'Arcy, Christine T
christine.t.darcy at biz.state.or.us
Wed Feb 10 11:40:10 PST 2010
TourWest Fee Support Available to Oregon Presenters
Deadline: April 1, 2010
Apply online at http://westaf.cgweb.org/
TourWest is a competitive program that provides fee support to performing arts presenters for the presentation of out-of-state touring performers and literary artists. Funds are available to organizations that sponsor performances within the 13-state WESTAF region.
More information and guidelines: http://westaf.cgweb.org/page.php?id=35.
TourWest Q + A Information Teleconference
Join Oregon Arts Commission and WESTAF staff via conference call to learn more about TourWest and how to submit a competitive application for support.
Tuesday, March 2, 2010, 1 - 2:30 pm Pacific Time
Free, no charge to participate
Call 1-877-213-9444, enter participant passcode 58430
Information: Oregon.artscomm at state.or.us<mailto:Oregon.artscomm at state.or.us>
Arts Northwest Showcase Applications for 2010 NW Booking Conference
Deadline: March 22, 2010
The 2010 Northwest Booking Conference will be held in Bellevue (Seattle), Washington from October 14-17, 2010. Over 300 presenters, companies and agents attended the 2009 conference in Boise. Applications for showcase performances are available to Oregon artists and companies at www.artsnw.org<http://www.artsnw.org>
Ethnic Arts Connection: A Northwest gathering of presenters and artists
A FREE one-day gathering, Ethnic Arts Connection will bring together traditional and ethnic Northwest artists and presenters to learn about each other and diversify the cultural experiences available for audiences. The biennial event introduces regional artists working in culturally specific traditions to presenters from around the region. Sponsored by the Washington State Arts Commission, 4Culture, City of Seattle and others.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010, 10 am - 6 pm
Fisher Pavilion, Seattle Center, Seattle, WA
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