All will undergo a curation process where our organizing team will review each submission to assess artistic quality and alignment with our two community guidelines (1) Express, not impress and (2) Free speech, not hate speech, and assess for artistic quality.
We will accept submissions open all year round, but artists will only be curated for shows that occur during our season which runs from March to November.
The open mic is every first Sunday of the month, 5-7pm in Pilipino Workers Center at 153 Glendale Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026.
Performing Artists (Writers, Poets, Spoken Word Artists, Musicians, Emcees, Singers, Comedians, Dancers, etc.)
1. 1-2 video clip(s) of 2-5 minute performance(s) (in front of a live audience is highly preferred)
Visual Artists (Illustrators, Graphic Designers, Painters, etc.):
1. 3-5 current works
2. Description of work
3. Artist statement
Community Spotlights (Organizations, Collectives, Food Vendors, Businesses, etc.)
1. Website and/or Social Media Page
2. In a short paragraph (200 words or less): How do you align and support to provide a safe space for marginalized voices to share stories and make genuine connections through the arts?
1. Title of workshop
2. Description of workshop
3. Recommended materials
4. In a short paragraph (200 words or less): How does your experience justify leading this workshop?
*** All must include ***
1. Bio (200 words or less)
2. Photo (JPG File)