Centrifuge Arts offers internship positions for high school and college students that provide nurturing opportunities to those interested in producing, marketing, and arts administration. To apply, send your resume along with a brief cover letter explaining what interests you about collaborative theater to email@example.com.
Centrifuge Arts proudly hosts the inaugural Story Incubator: a state-of-the-art Writer's Laboratory.
Story Incubator laboratory runs from November 1, 2015 through January 1, 2016. As Artists-in-Residence, participants will conduct site visits relevant to their work, meet weekly with the Story Incubator peer writers' group, and have one-on-one reviews with Artistic Director Simone Tetrault to workshop and craft pieces in progress throughout the 8 week period. Story Incubator will culminate in a night of staged readings with Centrifuge Arts.
Applications for the workshop 2015 are now closed. Subscribe to our mailing list for updates on artist opportunities!
About "story incubator" a new space for theater in the making
Twice a month, selected participants meet to work on, discuss, and refine their artistic processes through a practice-based research model, whereby fundamental questions are investigated and examined through discussion and creation of new work.
Through Salon, artists are also called to examine fundamental philosophies and pragmatic living as elements of the artist’s practice.
Be an artist.
Be an intellectual.
Be both with an open heart.
We believe art thrives best when the artists who make it are well supported. In an age of massive digital content, online social networking, and express production, we value a return to face-to-face community as a means of fostering art creation. That's why we've structred Salon, our two-part artists' series, as an artists' potluck. Each month, participants meet for two three-hour sessions; the first is an in-home focused discussion over a potluck meal and the second is an in-studio 'potluck' where artists bring ideas and process into an experimental space for practical artist research.
HOW it works
Week one: idea exchange
Salon members meet to discuss selected research topics, and explore philosophies in areas such as ethics, performance, artistic process, existentialism, social justice, science, etc. as applicable to artistic practice. This process is led by a designated “salonierre" who guides discussion and document group investigation.
Week two: practice-based research
From the discussions and questions that arise during week one, artists generate practice-based research exercises to explore these ideas through practical application such as studies or experiments in music, text, movement, sound, visual art, dance, creation, imaging, etc. A salonierre will guide the flow of practice and document the artistic process for future research.
Every few session cycles, Centrifuge Arts welcomes the public to an Open Salon. We invite you to bring your ideas, your process, and your friends!