Music, Theater, Dance, and Literary Artists wanted for Seattle Festival / Calls & Submissions
March 31, 2022
Organization Name: E.P.I.C. at North Seattle College
Organization Location: Seattle, WA
Type: Calls & Submissions
E.P.I.C.Fest is a new two-day outdoor performing arts festival on the North Seattle College campus. With the opening of the John Lewis Memorial Bridge and Northgate Light Rail Station, the North campus is more accessible than ever, and this spring, we hope to turn it into a showcase of community art.
The festival takes place Friday June 3 and Saturday June 4, 2022 with a tentative schedule of noon-5pm each day and will feature artists recruited from both the North Seattle College and greater Seattle communities. E.P.I.C.Fest will cover four small satellite stages and a central mainstage in the NSC Courtyard.
E.P.I.C.Fest is open to dance, music, theatrical, and literary performances. Each of the four satellite stages will feature 15-20 minute performances and are perfect for solo artists and duos. Performances at the central mainstage can accommodate larger groups and performances up to 45 minutes in length.
To apply for a performance slot, email EPIC@seattlecolleges.edu with the following information:
– Name(s) of performer(s) or group
– Number of performers
– Type and title of performance
– Estimated length of performance
– Preferred times and day (performers on satellite stages may request multiple time slots)
– Contact person and contact information
Submissions will be considered on a first come, first served basis, but 50% of performance spots will be reserved for submissions from the North Seattle College community (students, staff, and faculty).
The Experiential & Performative Instructional Center (E.P.I.C.) is a project of the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences (AHSS) division at North Seattle College. For more information about E.P.I.C., visit https://northseattle.edu/campus-life/experiential-performative-instruction-center
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