Application deadline extended: October 19, 2016
Concert in the 21st Century
Examining the classical concert experience – what is essential and what is a convention? Explore how musicians can position themselves better in society and attract more audience members.
Registration deadline extended: October 26, 2016
Getting Creative with Isadora
Isadora is an award-winning interactive media presentation tool created for artists, by artists and is used by, designers, performers, visual artists, and VJs throughout the industry. This workshop provides an intensive laboratory for artists who wish to explore the creation of media intensive performances for the stage
Application deadline: November 16, 2016
Singer Songwriter Residency
Explore the craft of songwriting with Grammy Award-winning faculty and hall of fame artists in this 12-day residency. This inaugural Banff Centre songwriting-focused intensive provides participants the opportunity to work one-on-one with expert faculty and in group workshops with their peers to advance their creative practice and further their career.
Application deadline: November 2, 2016
Beakerhead Big Bang: Public Art Proposal and Residency
Artists, designers, architects, scientists, engineers, and other creative professionals are invited to submit proposals to create an interactive public art work to be premiered at Beakerhead 2017.
Registration deadline: November 23, 2016
Paddy Crean Stage Combat Workshop 2016
Spend six days with the International Order of the Sword and Pen as they host the 2016 Paddy Crean Stage Combat workshop. This workshop focuses on theories and practices as applied to combat for stage, screen, and the martial arts.
Deadlines: January 20, March 2, April 20, August 31 2016
The Extended Banff Artist in Residence (BAiR) program provides time and space for artists, curators, and researchers to create, experiment with and develop production techniques, and cultivate new directions in their work during a longer stay.
The application deadline has passed
Banff Fellowship Residency for Scottish Artists
The Banff Fellowship Residency for Scottish Artists allows four Scottish artists in any discipline (including but not limited to visual and performing arts, music, photography, film, new media and writing) to explore any aspect of Banff’s unique environment, its environmental history and culture; and who wish to use the opportunity to advance their practice and career.
Leading in the Middle
This experience-based program explores the leadership strengths, behaviours, and integrative thinking necessary for you to “master the middle space” in your organization. Improve your communication, relationship building, and management skills.