|Wild Project is proudly accepting independent artist submissions for its Wild Culture Performance Program!|
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|Wild Project is currently accepting artist submissions for its WILD CULTUREcuration program. WILD CULTURE will produce the work of 15-20 artists, prioritizing projects by female, BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ artists, across theatre, performance art, music, visual art, and dance later this spring and summer. This program embraces the work of independent performance artists and productions to give these performers free access to valuable resources like wild project’s 89-seat theater and more. Curated artists will also have the option to live stream and/or film their work with our film production equipment and digital distribution platform. Wild Culture is primarily suited for work that is already more developed or previously workshopped. We ask artists who wish to submit their work to do so by clicking the Submit links and filling out the Google form. It is free to submit and we strongly encourage all artists to send their work for consideration.|
Wild Culture, launched in 2018, gives artists much-needed production support at an important time in their development. It strongly encourages artists whose projects address important issues like social justice, gender identity, equality, mental health, and climate change to submit their work. Curated work will receive 2 or 3 options on how to best produce and present their work to audiences.
Past Wild Culture productions include SHEnanigans by Helena D. Lewis, THAT BLACKNESS VOL. 1 by Cyrus Aaron, OBLIVION by Katherine Blackburne, ROYALby Annalisa Plumb, DAD IN A BOX by Kim Katzberg, and SNATCH ADAMS AND TAINTY MCCRACKEN PRESENTS: IT’S THAT TIME OF THE MONTH by Becca Blackwell.
As state and local guidelines continue to ease, we expect the opportunity to responsibly host in the theater partial capacity live audiences over the summer.
Wild Project is a nonprofit producing company and venue that has supported diverse, independent artists in theater, dance, film, music at its 89-seat theater in the East Village since 2007.