turning a new leaf.

Some of you may know this but, as of last Tuesday, June 18th, I can officially announce that I am part of the new leadership team that will be transitioning live performance arts incubator hub14 from its second cohort to its third!

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Along with new artistic directors Marie-France Forcier, Kate Nankervis and Coman Poon, Aria Evans and myself will be joining the team as associate directors (or artistic-directors-in-training)I’m excited to be part of this transition and to work alongside the current/exiting artistic director team of Cathy Gordon, Jeremy Mimnagh, Meagan O’Shea, and heidi strauss. Things have really picked up since being voted-in at the board meeting on the 18th and a lot of great things are underway. In fact, one of them was just released today!

hub14 is looking for applicants for the various residencies we offer. If this is your first time hearing about hub14, I’m posting our mission statement and descriptions for each residency offered below, taken directly from our site and from the call. If you’re a physical/movement-based performer this will definitely be of interest to you. Check it out!

hub14 is an artist-run live arts incubator and presenter. Our focus is interdisciplinary work as seen through the lens of independent contemporary performance. We contribute to the arts ecology through giving support to artists wanting to experiment and collaborate creatively with each other. We offer an evolving roster of programs including artistic residencies, dramaturgical services, workshops and presenting opportunities as well a variety of community-engaged initiatives.

hub14 encourages inventiveness and excellence by granting free and discounted rehearsal space so that artists may afford more time for process-based research and development.
Professional artists at all stages of their career who want to explore within or outside of their core discipline(s) and live art practitioners from a diversity of backgrounds and abilities are encouraged to apply.

launchpad residency
Intended to support previously unworkshopped new ideas or the development of commissioned or currently programmed work. launchpad residency offers a flexible plan that includes either free studio space (up to a maximum of 50 hours) and/or heavily subsidized studio time (up to 60 hours). A public/invited showing is required for commissioned and previously workshopped/produced pieces. New works have the option of a public/invited showing.

live in residency (outside of Toronto / Canadian / International)
Intended for artists living outside of Toronto. Artists are invited to live and create inside hub14 for up to a maximum two-week stay. A showing is required at the end of the Residency.
Simple live/work arrangements consist of studio, bed, 3-piece private bathroom, mini fridge, hotplate, basic flat wear and utensils.

community chest
Open proposal for special initiatives proposed by and/or supporting the community.
Proposals can range from performance-lectures, a curated series, artistic think tanks and professional development opportunities. We are open to other initiatives that fit strongly withhub14’s mandate.

Deadline: 5PM July 19th, 2013
Response: July 24th, 2013
Eligibility: all applicants must be a member of hub14 (membership is a yearly fee of $40 that allows you to rent the space and can be paid through our PayPal account)

If you are interested in applying, follow the link to the site and apply online!

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A. Gaboury

An emerging playwright, devisor, actor and director, Andrew spends most of his time dreaming beneath those beautiful willows.

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