Cross-posted because art is cool.
Please forward to Trans* and Intersex Artists and their Allies
Are you interested in potentially submitting work (e.g. short films, visual art or pieces of writing), or performing in trans*, queer and LGBTI+ multimedia arts events in Scotland?
Scottish Transgender Alliance (http://www.scottishtrans.org) and Zorras (http://www.blissfultimes.ca/cachin.htm) are working together to create a new online resource to help event organisers link up with trans* and intersex artists and their allies.
You can be resident anywhere, as long as you are interested in receiving enquiries and invites from people and organisations who are creating trans*, queer and LGBTI+ events in Scotland (and potentially also other countries across Europe).
If you wish your information to be considered for inclusion this resource, please provide the following information in the body of an email to zorras [at] blissfultimes.ca with the subject line TRANS ONLINE RESOURCE:
1. Please tell us what kind of artist you are (list as many titles as you like). Examples: visual artist, musician, performer, dancer, writer, composer, choreographer, filmmaker, painter, photographer, punk band, other. You can also be more specific if you like (e.g. drummer/singer).
2. Where are you based?
3. Please submit a maximum 200-word artist’s bio.
4. Please submit up to 200 words highlighting any ways in which your work explores or relates to trans*, intersex, feminist, queer or intersectional equality and diversity themes.
5. Please submit a recording, photo sample, published article, or video link that best represents your work. Do not send files for this; only send links.
6. Please submit up to two additional website links (e.g. website, Facebook page).
7. Please submit a 300dpi photo that’s no larger than 8cm wide or tall. Please tell us the photographer’s name.
8. Please list the contact info you would like to make available to the public. (e.g. your phone number, email address).
NB Not all submissions are guaranteed inclusion in the online resource, depending on the relevance of your work to trans and intersex issues.
* Here we are using the term trans* in its widest and most diverse sense. We intend it to also include all those who identify as any of the following: transsexual, transgender, transvestite, cross-dresser, bi-gender, third-gender, gender variant, non-binary, genderqueer, gender nonconforming, two-spirit, androgyne and/or non-gendered.