December 15, 2020
Opportunity: Paid Consultation
Hosted by Studio 303
Studio 303 is seeking disabled or Deaf artists to participate in a paid consultation.
Studio 303 is beginning to reflect on the accessibility of its activities, starting with our workshop program. These offer the opportunity to explore performance practice from a variety of approaches. You live in Montreal and are interested in workshops for professional artists but feel that you don’t always fit in? You want to participate but face different barriers? This consultation is for you! Guided by the disabled artist Maxime D.-Pomerleau, Studio 303 begins its reflection and seeks to know your needs and priorities.
The consultation will be tailor-made and its form is to be determined according to the needs and specificities of the participants who will make up the group. Several formats are envisaged: telephone interview, virtual individual or group meeting by Zoom, forms for gathering information, etc. We invite you to let us know if a format is preferable for you.
About Studio 303
Studio 303 has been working for over 30 years to support artists engaged in experimental and critical practices in dance and interdisciplinary performance. Our activities are grouped in three areas: paid studio residencies, support services including professional workshops, mentorship and networking, and intimate studio performances. We are located in the BELGO building, in downtown Montreal.
How to Apply
Send us: your name + artistic discipline + why you want to get involved + the best way to reach you. You can contact us through one of these channels :
You will receive an acknowledgement of receipt and our consultant will contact you.
Consultations will take place in January 2021.