CALL FOR PROPOSALS 2022-23
WHAT ARE YOU GOING THROUGH ?March 1, 2022 - April 15, 2022
Programming: July 1 - March 31, 2023*This call for proposals is accompanied by audio recordings. To listen to them, scroll to the bottom of the page.
This year, we have decided to take a break from a theme to guide our 2022-2023 programming. We want to hear from you in these serious times. What are your concerns, what are your needs? We want to give you the space to express what are you going through and propose to us a project that would be related to your interests and concerns.
DARE-DARE offers :
- Support for the coordination, presentation and promotion of the project
- Exhibition fees or professional fees (CARFAC rates)
- Reimbursement of production materials
- Assistance in obtaining necessary permits and authorizations
- Photographic documentation
Your file can include :
Send us your proposal in a form that works for you, (text, visual or audio), paying attention to these four points:
- Explain your artistic practice
- Explain your need for support
- Explain your project and its feasibility
- Present your approach by elaborating on the articulation/dialogue maintained with the TERRITORY - ART and their issues.
► Only files sent in digital form will be considered - total file of 15 Mg maximum.
Accepted formats: PDF documents, mp3 sound, mp4 video (max 5 minutes), max 15 JPG images, website
Send all before April 15, 2022 (11:59pm) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
▵ ABOUT THIS CALL FOR PROPOSALS- to be listened to (coming March 15) ▵
To answer your questions
The programming committee has planned to hold a webinar on Saturday, March 26th, 2022 at 13h00 (Montreal time). We will all be there to answer any questions, doubts or concerns you may have about this call.
To participate, please join us through this Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87830083884
The webinar will last 60 minutes. We advise you to have already thought about your questions.
In an effort to be more representative, DARE-DARE strongly encourages submissions from individuals and practices that are under-represented in the arts community.
Since 2004, DARE-DARE has been a nomadic artist-run center, currently located in the neighbourhood of Little Burgundy, in the southwest of Montreal.
Little Burgundy is bounded by the Ville-Marie Expressway to the north, the Lachine Canal to the south, Atwater Street to the west and Guy Street to the east. It is certainly one of the most multicultural neighbourhoods on the island of Montreal with over 83 diverse ethnic communities. In addition, the socio-economic profile of its population is contrasted since the northeast sector of the neighbourhood is one of the most disadvantaged in Montreal while the southwest sector is rather well off. Finally, the neighbourhood is also distinguished by its many parks and its proximity to downtown.
Given the current pandemic, in anticipation of new sanitary measures that could eventually be deployed, the programming committee will select artistic proposals that cleverly and creatively deal with the situation.
Attached FilesQUESTIONS&ANSWERS_WEBINAIRE 26 MARCH
WHAT ARE YOU GOING THROUGH ? - Sylvie Laplante
WHAT ARE YOU GOING THROUGH ? - Helena Martin Franco
WHAT ARE YOU GOING THROUGH ? - Raquel Cruz Crespo