Arts Opportunities: February 18, 2022

An incubator program for Black filmmakers, a remote ani-jam in Halifax, and a series of creative economy strategic workshops round out this week's Calgary (and remote) arts opportunities

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• The Animation Festival of Halifax is recruiting filmmakers for an anijam to air at their festival this coming May
• Canada’s largest incubator dedicated to Black filmmakers, The Fabienne Colas Foundation’s Being Black in Canadaprogram, has an open call for their 2022 intake until March 6. Look at some past recipients and find out more details over on their call announcement
• Want to do your part to bring Calgary's core back to life? Downtown Calgary is hiring a Communications Specialist for a six-month term
• The Lougheed House is hiring an Indigenous Curator for its Lougheed House Re-Imagined permanent exhibit exploring Calgary's lesser-known histories
• The deadline is coming up for AMAAS' One 2 One mentoring series. If you want to be a mentor or a mentee, drop them a line
• Arts and culture advocacy group CreativeCITY is hosting a series of workshops to help "hone a city-wide strategy for Calgary's creative economy." Tonight (Feb. 17) there will be a conversation on "Calgary's Creative Arts Economy with Arts Commons CEO Alex Sarian, and on Feb. 24, Calgary Economic Development's Luke Azevedo leads a session on "Calgary's Creative Film and Broadcast Economy"