ArtsEverywhere in partnership with coculture invites artists and writers from the Middle East to submit pitches for long-form, investigative journalism or multimedia projects focused on the Levant Region (Syria, Lebanon,
The Decolonial Futures collective is organizing an international solidarity journey in support of the Indigenous peoples in Brazil who are affected by the upcoming landmark case against the Xokleng people.
Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, North America has quickly emerged as the global epicenter of the crisis, with more than one million reported infections and over 60,000 coronavirus
ArtsEverywhere invites writers and artists to submit proposals for visual art (photography, drawing, illustration, video) or narrative storytelling projects (articles, editorials, reflections, dispatches) that explore the concept of quarantine. The
ArtsEverywhere is thrilled to announce Laeila Adjovi as the inaugural Fay Chiang Fellow in Artistic Journalism. Laeila was selected out of pool of 133 extraordinary submissions from 40 countries. Based
The ArtsEverywhere Editorial Team invites submissions from artists, journalists, and activists whose work explores the fault lines of modern society—urgent social, political, and/or economic issues affecting communities around the world—through the focused lens of the arts and culture.
The 2020 ArtsEverywhere Festival program is online now! From January 22 to 26 over twenty international and Canadian artists, performers, and activists will come to Guelph to present a range of art, music, dance, ideas, and workshops. To see the full program and learn more about the presenters please visit http://festival.artseverywhere.ca/program/