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Call For Video & Imagery Depicting Recent Arts Programming

ArtsFund seeks video clips and imagery for a new graphic narrative celebrating our region’s cultural sector, detailing the long-term impacts of the pandemic, highlighting the needs and opportunities ahead, and inspiring audiences to participate in new ways.

Help us re-engage arts participants and supporters with the cultural sector and introduce new followers to your organizations.

This piece will be shared across various ArtsFund and partner communications, beginning with a dedicated viewing party in May 2022. You will also be invited to share this inspirational tool with your constituents!

Please consider submitting video clips and/or imagery of your work throughout the pandemic. Our deadline for submissions is January 31.  2022.

What We’re Looking For: 1-2 minutes of video footage and/or stills demonstrating your organization’s work (both in-person and online!) during the pandemic. We welcome any type of footage: clips from Zoom recordings, cellphone video, or professional grade video is all good! If your video clip is long, it is helpful to submit a shorter excerpt.

This could include:

-Programming content – edits and raw clips are both great
-Rehearsals/behind the scenes content
-Creators at work
-A first-person perspective of how your organization has been navigating the pandemic or an explanation/example of creative ways you’ve been serving the community
-B-roll footage
-Still photos (could include programming, venues, signage, and more)
-Audience/participant engagement

How to Submit: Share media directly via ArtsFund’s Dropbox account by dragging and dropping it here.

Click here for an example of a prior compilation video.

THANK YOU in advance for helping us share your story! We know how busy you are and greatly appreciate any footage or still photographs you can share.

License to Submissions

By uploading your video or image file(s), you give ArtsFund consent to use your submission(s) in edited or original format as part of ArtsFund’s “Reunite with the Arts” video project, which may be used for the advertising and promotion of ArtsFund and its programs. You assign the right but not the obligation to incorporate your submission.