Call for Submissions: The Depanneur (Toronto, ON)
Call for Grants: 4Cs Foundation (Halifax, NS)
Call for Gallery Proposals: Ross Creek Centre for the Arts (Canning, NS)
Call for Submissions: Living Arts Centre (Mississauga, ON)
Call for Submissions: Conte Journal
The Depanneur will now play host to College’s teeny-tiniest exhibition and installation space. Small works, 2D and 3D work, site-specific installation, and new media are being considered for exhibitions ranging 1-3 months in length.
THE SPACE: A glass rectangular prism – approx 6’x3’x3′ in size, transparent on all sides and raised to waist-height.
THE VENUE: The Depanneur is a culinary event space. We are a different space depending on the day, sometimes hosting drop-in dinners, sometimes 3-course prix-fixes, sometimes farmshares, sometimes film screenings. We are a diverse and ever-changing cast of characters.
THE REQUIREMENTS: Art on College West is “en panne”. The Depanneur will accept any type of proposal, provided it can be installed for a minimum of one month, and you can work with us to throw a raucous opening party for your art. We’ll do our best to promote your work. You’ll take home half the proceeds from the opening and 75% of the sale of your work.
CONTACT: [email protected] with all proposals.
DEADLINE: October 31st.
The 4Cs Foundation would like to remind interested groups, organizations, and schools of the approaching October 15, 2012 deadline for grant applications to the foundation.
The 4Cs Foundation funds community arts projects that foster the development of relationships and connections between young people and others in their community. 4Cs Community Arts projects are specifically about bringing young people together with others in their community under the guidance of a professional artist(s) to collaboratively create artistic activities and artwork(s).The artworks can give voice to a population, tell stories that have meaning to a community, illustrate through dance, music, movement or visual art the concerns, issues, pride, or history of a group of people or of a geographical location, such as a neighbourhood.
Please visit our website www.4csfoundation.com for more information. In particular, read the page “Applying for a Grant”.
The Ross Creek Centre for the Arts invites visual, sound, performance,installation etc. artists to submit proposals for the Ross Creek Professional Gallery’s 2013-2014 season. We encourage submissions from individual artists and from collaborative artists interested in exhibiting together.
The Centre is a registered not-for-profit organization dedicated to encouraging and promoting the arts through education and arts development.
Selection for the Professional Gallery is a juried process; please submit your work in a digital format on either a CD or DVD. Include 10 to 20 images, CV, artist statement, and proposal for the exhibit. Gallery specifications can be found at www.artscentre.ca
Email Lindsay Ann Cory, Artist Programs Director at [email protected] if you have any additional questions.
Darn it! Juried Exhibition
November 16, 2012- January 20, 2013
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Monday, October 22, 2012
The Living Arts Centre invites artists to submit works for Darn it!, an exhibition about repurposing and redefining materials and their functional associations.
Like darning an old pair of socks, this exhibition asks artists to re-evaluate found and traditional materials in order to open up new dialogues that are relevant to current practices. With a focus on a range of contemporary media, Darn it! asks artists to reclaim materials in order to breathe new life into objects past their prime. This exhibition will feature works that discuss topics of sustainability, contemporary craft, and interdisciplinary practice.
Artists working in all media are encouraged to submit up to two works for consideration. Traditional and non-traditional media will be considered. Cash prizes will be awarded. For submission details, click here.
Please send submissions to:
Darn it! Juried Exhibition
c/o Exhibition Curator, Megan Press
Living Arts Centre
4141 Living Arts Drive
The editors of Conte, an online journal of narrative writing founded in 2005, announce an open submissions call for poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction for our eighteenth issue, slated for publication in Winter 2012-2013. Recent
contributors include Norman Dubie, Erika Meitner, Bruce Weigl, Robert Wrigley, Sandy Longhorn, Jim Daniels, Nin Andrews, Thorpe Moeckel, and E. Ethelbert Miller, among others. Visit our website for specific guidelines and
past issues. We accept simultaneous submissions through Submittable and strive to respond in three months or less. We look forward to reading your work!