DEADLINE: Friday, May 4th 2018 The StART Festival is seeking submissions by emerging artists working in all artistic disciplines. This includes but is not limited to visual art, music, dance, film, theatre, fiction, sketch comedy, animation, spoken word poetry, and installation art. The work will be displayed, distributed, performed, or screened at the Bus Stop […]Read More Call For Submissions! NOW OPEN!
The StART Festival gives emerging artists an chance to present their work. We provide artists with the structure and resources to successful showcase their creations to a new public. The Festival is a great opportunity for artists who consider themselves to be in school or in the process of learning their art form.Read More Apply to StART Today! Deadline Feb 17th
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“Snowdays are the perfect day to hide in your room and ignore the world. Unless there’s a fresh, exciting festival coming up this weekend — then you hide in your room and conduct a business-Skype with rising festival founder Karen Gross.” Check out more from Meghan and Karen’s chat here!Read More Meghan Hubley features the StART Festival on the Present Presence
1. Our name is a pun… Start… Art… StART…. get it? So let’s get STARTed! Our roster is chock full of emerging artists making work in a diverse array of arts disciplines. 2. We’re featuring an awesome rap artist for the first time. Check out Vadell Gabriel’s reverb nation page. 3. […]Read More 13 reasons to go to the StART Festival featuring cute animals… you’ll never believe #3, seriously #11 made me cry, and only emerging artists will relate to #13
What would life be like without art? KG & AG: We would spend less time reflecting on our circumstances, listening to others, letting ourselves think, feel, and love, and there would be few occasions for the joy and awe that come when we create and witness creation. In short, it would be pretty dismal. Check […]Read More Arts East Interview
The two coordinators are attempting to help students emerging as professionals in Halifax take this initiative, and bridge the gap between university and work. They hope to “foster an infrastructure of transition” in the artistic community in Halifax. After all, the two fourth-years recognize that “this is our start, too.” Click here to read the […]Read More StART Festival featured in the Dalhousie Gazette