08 Mar StArt Festival!
Running from March 20th -23rd, the StART Festival will highlight brief original pieces by artists of a variety of disciplines who are currently enrolled at post secondary institutions in the Halifax.
The festival was founded by Alanna Griffin and Karen Gross, two fourth year theatre students at Dalhousie and King’s, with support from the Bus Stop Theatre’s own Clare Waque.
On March 20th there’s a pop-up career fair for emerging artists with representatives from Atlantic Fringe Festival, Artists’ Legal Information Society, Department of Communities Culture and Heritage, Atlantic Filmmaker’s COOP, Visual Arts Nova Scotia, and Dance Nova Scotia.
On Friday, the 21st, things get underway featuring performances by Tamsin Andrews (theatre), Daniel Crawford (film), Devin Casario (film), James Duff (music), Henri Gielis and Liam Fair (theatre), and Claire Ahern (music).
Saturday the 22nd will feature performances from Daniel Crawford (film), Devin Casario (film), Thomas Hoy (music), Cambria Huff (dance),
Amy Hurley (theatre), Brandon MacDougall (spoken word), Maya Pathak (poetry), Malia Rogers (music).
The festival aims to encourage students to present their work to the broader community. Tickets will be on sale at boombox.
If you’d like to submit use this form.