Call for Indigenous Artists: Electric Circuits Video Jockey Mentorship

Indigenous Artists: Are you interested in becoming a VJ? Video Jockeys travel the world, projecting their digital art at festivals and events. A single performance of 2 hours can pay anywhere from $500 to $5000, and the atmosphere you work in is celebratory and supportive.

The Kingston-based Electric Circuits Collective has been awarded an Ontario Arts Council grant to assist an Ontario-based Indigenous artist to become a VJ. If you have worked with video or electronic music, even just minimally, please email us your interest before the deadline of June 15, 2022.

Photo of @mattthibideau by @sandboxphotovideo

The participating artist will be (remotely) mentored this summer by a professional VJ (Hri Neil, aka DJ Construct), they will receive software and hardware needed to work on a VJ set, and will show their work in October at the annual EC festival, which will pay $2,000.

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