ARTSCAST is now accepting submissions for our 2021 arts and culture Live Broadcast Series. The public wants to see your show, and ARTSCAST wants to host it! We are specifically working with community events and independent artists in the New Year! We are branching out to do events at new venues and will continue to reach across disciplines. Look out for our upcoming events from Société des arts technologiques (S.A.T) and the BBAM Gallery.


Artists — Fill out the submission form to submit your show!

We are adding new features to benefit the community and to make it easy for artists to launch their own monetized events. We are looking specifically for theatre, dance and visual arts and of course music events to be showcased in our Live Broadcast Series to show audiences what is possible given the constraints of producing during a pandemic.

For more information contact us at info@artscast.ca


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