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ELANews reports to the community on our own activities. Here you will find information on ELAN's upcoming events, programs for artists, partnerships with other organizations, as well as information on arts-funding advocacy work and important policy developments.



Books are no more threatened by Kindle than stairs by elevators

Thu 05 Sep, 2013 - ELAN Classifieds

Let's prove that this quote by Stephen Fry is true. I'm currently building a bookshelfie (picture one takes of oneself in front of a bookhelf) gallery and am looking for people to submit their pictures to show the world that books are still alive and lovec (see the gallery here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/100792925@N03/.)

In exchange for your picture, I will glady link back to or showcase your work on my social media (my facebook page has an average reach of 500/people/week).

If you'd like to join in on the fun, send your bookshelfie to scbecauseican@gmail.com. Include your first name and location as well.

Thank you very much!

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General Manager

Thu 18 Aug, 2016 - Job Opportunities

The General Manager will join our dynamic team of arts professionals and contribute to the vitality of the Canadian arts and culture sector. The General Manager is a collaborative member of the PWM team, working very closely with the Artistic and Executive Director and the Board of Directors.

Primary Responsibilities

Coordinate all administrative, financial and operational activities of the organization, to include:

Financial/Accounting
- Forecast and oversee PWM’s budget
- Maintain records of all general operating and payroll contracts and records in QuickBooks
- Establish, maintain and monitor operating procedures and systems of control for all financial transactions and government compliance matters


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Development Coordinator

Thu 18 Aug, 2016 - Job Opportunities

Playwrights’ Workshop Montréal seeks a bilingual Development Coordinator to start the week of October 4, 2016 for a 6-month contract. This is an entry-level, full-time position reporting to the General Manager.


Requirements

This position requires: attention to detail, organizational skills, excellent oral and written communication skills in English; good working knowledge of French; interpersonal skills, computer skills (Word for Windows, Excel), basic accounting skills, and an interest in working as part of a team. Experience in fundraising, working with databases or in an arts environment would be an asset.


The Development Coordinator provides administrative support to the Company's development activities, including:

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100 Thousand Poets 4 Change

Start Date: Sat 24 Sep, 2016
End Date: Sat 24 Sep, 2016

Artistic Events

Join us for the 6th edition of 100 THOUSAND POETS 4 CHANGE taking place this year Saturday, September 24th at 6:00PM at MARIPOSA CAFE at
5434 Cote St-Luc rd.
Montreal, Quebec H3X 2C5

Open-mic style poetry theme for this year is "THE BLUES!" Inspired by the film produced by Daniel Cross: "I AM THE BLUES."

6:00pm to 8:00pm
Poetry/Slam/Spoken Word

8:00pm to 11:00pm
Mariposa's Blues Band

Facebook event page

OPEN MIC CALLOUT:
If you are a poet, spoken-word artist or slammer, send us your link, bio and photo to be featured on our blog that is seen by over 100,000 subscribers in 700 cities worldwide.

EMAIL: 100tpcmontreal@gmail.com
CELL: (514) 591-8256

THE POETRY EVENT IS FREE of CHARGE, DISCRIMINIATION & CENSORSHIP.

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[Free eBook] 23 Ways Musicians Can Make Money

Tue 16 Aug, 2016 - News

[Free eBook] 23 Ways Musicians Can Make Money

One of the biggest challenges facing musicians is generating income. Although sales of
recorded music have dropped significantly, there are many new sources of income available to
musicians.


Our friends at Bandzoogle have put together a free eBook called 23 Ways Musicians Can
Make Money to help musicians and bands find ways to generate more money for their careers.


Here’s what you’ll find in the eBook:


● 23 ideas for generating revenue for your career
● Resources and expert tips for each revenue stream
● Musician tools and services to help you make more money
● Details on a new form of currency for musicians
● Eyeopening  statistics on the most important marketing tools for musicians


It’s a quick read, has a ton of great tips and resources, and will no doubt help spark some ideas
for how to make more money for your career! Download the eBook FREE

 

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540 sq ft St Henri artist studio available Aug 1 for $500/m

Mon 18 Jul, 2016 - ELAN Classifieds

N.B.: This studio is not suitable for loud band practices. 

Bright private unfurnished artist studio to rent for August 1st. 
It is one floor above street level and has four windows facing north. 
The rent is $500 / month + remainder of annual municipal taxes 2016 ($114) 
This studio has a long history with Montreal artists including Tom Hopkins and Guido Molinari. 
The studio is 540 sq ft studio with 11' high ceiling and wooden floors. 
It is a five-minute walk from the orange line Place Saint Henri metro. 
 
There is access to washroom, sink and freight elevator on the same floor in this 4-storey, former factory complex. 

 (Pics are with current tenant's things in them, these will be gone by Aug 1)

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540 sq ft St Henri artist studio available Aug 1 for $500/m

Tue 14 Jun, 2016 - ELAN Classifieds

N.B.: This studio is not suitable for loud band practices. 

Bright private unfurnished artist studio to rent for August 1st. 
It is 
one floor above street level and has four windows facing north. 
The rent is $500 / month + remainder of annual municipal taxes 2016 ($114) 
This studio has a long history with Montreal artists including Tom Hopkins and Guido Molinari. 
The studio is 540 sq ft studio with 11' high ceiling and wooden floors. 
It is a five-minute walk from the orange line Place Saint Henri metro. 
 
There is access to washroom, sink and freight elevator on the same floor in this 4-storey, former factory complex. 

 (Pics are with current tenant's things in them, these will be gone by Aug 1)

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Canadian Writing, Wine and Other Potent Potables: Call for Submissions

Mon 27 Jun, 2016 - Calls for Submissions

Call for Submissions: Canadian Writing, Wine and Other Potent Potables


Food makes regular appearances in Canadian writing. It’s how characters get fed, else they’d starve. But what do they drink? What of those potent potables that precede, accompany and follow the meal, or in some cases serve as meals?


Co-editors Alexia Moyer, Giulia De Gasperi and Licia Canton are accepting submissions for a volume that speaks to the function of drink, be it physical or figurative, in a Canadian setting or from a Canadian-centered perspective.

 

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AELAQ Hiring Executive Director

Wed 22 Jun, 2016 - Job Opportunities

The Association of English-language Publishers seeks a well-organized Executive Director with strong people skills. The Executive Director is responsible for establishing and executing major goals and objectives for the organization as created and approved by The Board. Responsibilities include member services, website updates, relations with government funding bodies, bookkeeping (Simply Accounting), corporate governance, office administration, and co-ordination of a major publication.

http://aelaq.org/hiring-new-executive-director/

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VALLUM AWARD FOR POETRY 2016 - SUBMIT!

Tue 21 Jun, 2016 - Calls for Submissions

Vallum is accepting original and previously unpublished poetry submissions for the Vallum Award for Poetry 2016. This year's contest judge is award-winning poet, Jeramy Dodds!


ENTRY FEE:

$25 CDN for Canadian residents, $25 USD for US and international entrants, which includes a free one-year subscription* to Vallum. Payment can be made by cheque (payable to "Vallum") or through our online store hosted by PayPal.


*Please note that international entrants will receive a one-year digital subscription only.

*All entrants will be signed up to receive Vallum E-News! You may unsubscribe at any time.

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Arts Alive! Québec: Multi-region Arts Festival Returns for 2nd Summer

Wed 15 Jun, 2016 - News

ELAN presents Arts Alive! Québec

 

MUSIC | THEATRE | VISUAL ART | DANCE | STORYTELLING | FILM | ARTISANAL PRODUCTS | FAMILY FUN

  

Where Quebec arts and culture comes alive from June to September!

For Arts Alive! Québec, six Quebec regions band together to create an exciting summer festival series. Take advantage of the season – enjoy day trips to pretty Quebec towns or local area artists

 

MONTREAL, June 2016 –The English Language Arts Network (ELANcelebrates the return ofArts Alive! Québec. Between June and September, HudsonQuebec CityHuntingdonKnowltonWakefieldand Montreal's West Island, will host weekend celebrations of Quebec arts and culture. Some communities focus around a main venue and its environs; others transform the entire town. Programming is highly individual, reflecting local tastes, arts and cultures. There’s something different to experience and taste at each region's event, from local artists and visiting headliners to puppet shows, literary activities, contemporary dance, theatre performances, visual arts, chamber music, film, and even a Celtic party! On offer are indoor and outdoor events for all ages, including hands-on creative activities led by musicians, theatre professionals, dancers, filmmakers, and craftspeople. Through the universal language of art, Arts Alive! Québec’s inclusive, family-friendly atmosphere builds bridges between English-speaking and French-speaking communities. Many free events.

 

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The Violet Hour

Start Date: Thu 09 Jun, 2016
End Date: Thu 09 Jun, 2016

Community Events

THE VIOLET HOUR
June 9, 2016  - BAR STOCK IN THE GAY VILLAGE -  7 pm

As night descends upon Montreal’s gay village, queer Canadian writers and performers will gather for the latest in a series of public readings and performances of original work at Stock Bar – a strip club on Ste. Catherine Street East.

On the roster: readings by Will Aitken, Shelagh Plunkett, Karen Molson, Melanie Mitzner, Bill Zaget and Carolyn Boll, with a special performance by Woodpigeon, a.k.a. Mark Andrew Hamilton. The event is hosted by Christopher DiRaddo.

Free (18+)

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Montreal Creator Exchange

Start Date: Mon 06 Jun, 2016
End Date: Mon 06 Jun, 2016

Community Events

 

The Playwrights Guild of Canada is offering a "Montreal Creator Exchange".

The Creator Exchange is a free artist networking event that brings 10 playwrights and 10 directors together to find new working relationships and shared opportunities.

In partnership with the Festival TransAmériques.

June 6, 1-3pm

To register: https://www.playwrightsguild.ca/events

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Write-On Q! Script Writing Competition

Fri 03 Jun, 2016 - Calls for Submissions

SHARPEN YOUR QUILLS FOR THE NINTH EDITION OF WRITE-ON-Q!

Every year Infinithéâtre looks for innovative, challenging and exciting new works by Québec playwrights. A jury of professionals chooses the winner of the Pam Dunn Prize ($3,000) from plays submitted before the September 6th deadline. 

The winning script, as well as two or three additional plays, comprise the line-up of the annual reading series, The Pipeline, an animated weekend of free public play readings. Infinithéâtre takes its cue from the audience at talkbacks following each event, an open forum with the playwrights and actors that provides valuable feedback for future programming and script rewrites.

2016 GUIDELINES - DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 6TH 2016

 

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Vallum Award for Poetry 2016

Tue 10 May, 2016 - Calls for Submissions

Vallum Poetry Contest 2016 - SUBMIT!

Vallum is accepting original and previously unpublished poetry submissions for the Vallum Award for Poetry 2016. This year's contest judge is award-winning poet, Jeramy Dodds!

ENTRY FEE:
$25 CDN for Canadian residents, $25 USD for US and international entrants, which includes a free one-year subscription* to Vallum. Payment can be made by cheque (payable to "Vallum") or through our online store hosted by PayPal.

*Please note that international entrants will receive a one-year digital subscription only.
*All entrants will be signed up to receive Vallum E-News! You may unsubscribe at any time.

CONTEST RULES:

1. Submit up to 1-3 poems of maximum 60 lines each. Do not label your poems with your name or address; instead include a cover letter with all pertinent information. Please also specify how you heard about the contest.
2. Poems may be on any theme or subject, but must be original and not previously published.
3. 1st prize is $750, 2nd $250. Both 1st and 2nd prize-winning poems will be published in Vallum Magazine and on Vallum's website. Honourable Mentions may be selected and published but are not eligible for cash prizes.

http://www.vallummag.com/contestrules.html

Please write your name, contact information, each poem's title, and how you heard about the contest in the body of the email. Include your poems in an attachment, without any identification. The contest is judged blind. Also write "VALLUM AWARD" in subject line of your email. Your contact information and poem titles must be clearly delineated.

If mailing your entry, please send it to:

Vallum Contest
5038 Sherbrooke West
PO BOX 23077 CP Vendome
Montreal, QC H4A 1T0
CANADA

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New Book on Montreal Businessman and China

Tue 19 Apr, 2016 - Member News

Gina Roitman is launching a new book: "Midway to China and Beyond, the life of Montreal businessman" by Gary Bromberg as told to Gina Roitman.

His recollections of childhood, his first foray into his father’s business, coming of age as the owner of Midway Industries, and his pioneering adventures in building business with China, a memoir of a man who learned how to adapt.

Books will be for sale pre-launch at the 2016 Authors for Indies event at Paragraphe Bookstore on April 30th, where Gina will be present from 12-4pm.

For more information on the Authors for Indies event, check the facebook event.

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alpha bones candy BOOK LAUNCH

Start Date: Tue 19 Apr, 2016
End Date: Tue 19 Apr, 2016

Artistic Events

Lp Camozzi here announcing the official April 19 launch of my 3rd children's picture book entitled alpha bones candy. A humorous tanka poetry version of an ABC picture book illustrated by my son. 64 page B&W book with illustrations that can be coloured and has objects to find for each letter. Printed in Montreal.

Would love to see you at our launch at Georges Laoun Opticien beside Montreal Museum of Fine Art at 1380 rue Sherbrooke W. 5-630 pm. Tuesday April 19.

You can preview the book at my website www.lpcamozzi.com and rsvp me there or here via email please. lpcamozzi@gmail.com

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Call for Titles - Issue #50, Summer 2016

Thu 31 Mar, 2016 - Calls for Submissions

Our spring 2016 issue came out March 18, and the time has come to turn our attention to preparing the summer issue. We're currently looking for new publications to consider for issue #50 of the Montreal Review of Books. Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, graphic novels, criticism, children’s & YA, etc are all welcome – we invite you to submit any style of literature.

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In-School Creative Residencies for Professional Artists

Wed 13 Apr, 2016 - Calls for Submissions

Apply for the In-School Creative Residencies for Professional Artists, part of the Cree School Board’s Arts Concentration Program Mikw Chiyâm, taking place in the 2016-2017 School Year.

 

Mikw Chiyâm is an interdisciplinary enrichment program that aims to increase student retention by reinforcing Cree identity through artistic expression. Our aspiration for the program is to inspire youth by creating contexts for students to collaborate with professional Canadian Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists. Four intensive five-week creative residencies will be offered in schools during the academic year. This program is projected to take place in three CSB high schools in Northern Quebec for the 2016/17 school year.

 

Program and application details can be found on our website at http://mikwchiyam.com.

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Group Coaching for Artists

Wed 16 Mar, 2016 - Workshops

Group Coaching for Artists

Thursday mornings: April 7 (Repeats April 21)
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Hosted and moderated by the YES Artists’ Coach, this informal, open coaching block is available on a first-come, first-served basis and encourages the exchange of ideas, information, resources and strategies between peers working towards careers in the arts and/or in arts-entrepreneurship. Group maximum is 8 participants. Participants are required to have opened a client file at YES for these coaching.

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