Be a Part of the 2022 Festival!
Mayworks Kjipuktuk/Halifax seeks proposals that will speak of the working class experience. This can be extremely varied and can be contemporary or historical. Both amateur and professional performers may apply.
Submissions need not be directly focused on work, labour or unions. Mayworks Kjipuktuk/Halifax programs works of art that address broad themes of social and environmental justice. Any submissions that address issues of inequality and injustice, or give voice to marginalized communities will be considered.
Under-represented groups and those disadvantaged at work and in society are particularly encouraged to apply. Material is particularly sought from youth, women, people with disabilities, African Nova Scotians, First Nation Communities, Indigenous artists, people of colour, newcomer (immigrant) populations, 2SLGBTQ+ folks, Acadian or other under-represented cultures in Nova Scotia.
Proposals must be submitted in English or French for consideration.
DEADLINE: November 15th, 2021
Download Application Guidelines and Forms: Mayworks-2022-Call-for-Submissions.pdf